It’s only been almost two decades, but it feels like we’ve watched too many versions of Spider-Man. I don’t know about you, but I’m getting bored. The solution provided by Hollywood? Another Spider-Man movie with more Spider-Man. Okesiyap.
Usually I will get inflamed, but Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse turned out to make me excited while watching. This film was successful in presenting something new in the era of cinema that had become crowded with superhero films. It’s nice to watch a movie that is bold and fun playing with formulas, instead of presenting something so-so. He utilizes the medium to the fullest, thus providing a viewing experience that we don’t get from Spider-Man’s previous films.
This film is an animated film, which makes many creative choices wide open. Anything can happen. And indeed that is the end; Spider-Verse pushed himself out of bounds. The action sequence comes with interesting choreography, hyperactive camera motion, and unique shooting angles that might only be possible through animated films.
I inevitably have to use the term “comic book movie”. Not only because the film is an adaptation of comic books, but also because the sensation feels like watching a comic book. So if you are a big fans of Spiderman Comic, you should watch this movie.