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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

March Break Matinees! All seats $5

“★★★★★ Kudos to Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse for boldly doubling
down and telling not one Spider-Man origin story, but five.
“While earlier adaptations sometimes attempted to soften the wackiness
of the comics, here, the many-tendrilled Marvel multiverse is lustily
embraced. It’s quite simple, really: your bog-standard girl-meets-boy,
boy-stumbles-across-a-supervillain-accidentally-opening-a-portal-to-multiple-dimensions story.
“The animation is like nothing we've ever seen before. With infinite
Spider-people, there are infinite possibilities, but wisely, most of
the attention is on Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), the first non-white
incarnation of the character. This is not a cheap Saturday-morning
kids’ cartoon: it’s a gorgeously realised alternative world, dripping
with invention and energetic action that explodes from the screen.
Frankly, it’s like nothing we’ve ever seen before.
“It’s cheek-hurtingly funny too, stuffed to the gills with witty
visual gags, and poking a postmodern finger at superhero
clichés. There’s so much gleeful fun to be had with the various
Spider-people, from a podgy, over-the-hill Peter Parker (Jake
Johnson), to the bizarre cartoon pig known, hilariously, as Peter
Porker (John Mulaney). But the three co-directors somehow keep each
plate spinning.
Into The Spider-Verse is one of the best Spider-Man movies ever made
because it’s about Spider-Man: the mythology, the multiple iterations,
and what it means to take on that optimistic, down-to-earth mantle.
Fresh, funny and frequently bonkers, Into The Spider-Verse is an
astonishing shot of cinematic superhero adrenaline. For such an
over-familiar character, somehow, this feels original and entirely
new.” - Empire

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