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Discussion in 'Spidey-World' started by Marvel Spider, Apr 22, 2015.
I know it's way late, but I finally watched this film. It came free with my new 4K player, so I couldn't say no to that........haha.
and yeah, it's probably the best "pure" Spidey film out there. It's not afraid to embrace all aspects of Spidey lore while at the same time not taking itself too seriously ( which fits Spidey ).
Plus, I really liked the art/animation style and visuals. It's literally like a comic book come to life.
I'm assuming they are planning sequels, yes? I hope so, cuz I want to see more adventures with the gang, especially more of Spider-Gwen.
Last I heard, there is a Spider-Women sequel planned, a Spider-Verse 2, and a Spider-Ham animated cartoon series! I hope all these happen, and, most importantly, that they maintain that fresh creative edge that the first film has.
nice. as long as we get more Spider-Gwen!!
I'm hoping we also get some video games based on Spider-Verse, cuz I think a video game series where you get to play as all these different Spidey characters, in this art and animation style, could be really cool.
It's now on Netflix.
What's Up, Danger? Oh, Just an Into the Spider-Verse Tribute Art Show
I feel I will be watching this on Netflix a lot.
Watching this again, just noticed an Oh Hello! On Broadway billboard in Timesquare which is great. Also, I thought this while watching in theaters but their take on Kingpin reminds me of Tony Soprano. It's the voice and posture.
Not in any malicious way whatsoever, its pretty awesome going through Twitter and seeing how many people are saying they "regret" not seeing Spiderverse in theaters. Really speaks to how well this is connecting to audiences. I can't imagine any other Spiderverse installment topping this but I hope they are worthy that will please the growing audience.
I regret watching it only once and not following the hype around it too much during its release. Been watching it almost every night on Netflix though. Still love all the characters. It’s just so good.
Anyway, are there any GIFs of the Times Squares of the different universes? I’m looking through Tumblr and couldn’t find one.
It's pretty much an instant classic. I'm certain Lord and Miller understand the bar they've set and the high expectations that follow. They have the ambition to clear it too, not just on future films, but I'm sure the other series projects they will help create. That's all we can ask for..
I'm one of the people that regret not seeing it in theaters. I was never sold on the idea of this movie to begin with, and I just couldn't be bothered to get to a theater for it. But after watching it at home, I wish I'd given it my box office money and support.
So many good lines in this movie.
My favorite at the moment
"No! I'm not gonna sit there and watch Spider-Man die again without doing anything about it. I'm not doing that again!"
Truth. My fave is still where Peter B. Parker is on the roof and Miles is trying to make him feel guilty.
*screaming into his fold of his arm*
"NO! Do NOT LET HIM WIN!"
"It's a leap of faith". So was this movie, and it paid off.
I finally gave it a first rewatch, and it got more enjoyable than it was on first view.
This has my favorite depiction of Peter Parker on film.
Imo, both of the Peter Parkers in this movie are better than any of the other film versions.
With the sequel, I just hope that Sony lets the creators create and command control. If Sony gets their goo all over it, that would spell disaster... as we've seen with other productions.
There are three of Peter Parker. Never forget Nicolas Cage.
Ah, yes. Thanks for reminding me bud.
News may be coming.