Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse muddles a glorious new Spider-Man with a lame old Spider-Man: EW review


by EW.com

EW.com— Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is the seventh Spider-Man feature film this century, not counting the character’s seventeenth-banana appearances in the recent big disastrous Marvel smash-ups. Spider-Verse begins with a retelling of Peter Parker’s tragic origin story, because if Uncle Ben doesn’t die in a movie is it even really a movie? But then the old zig takes a zag. We meet Miles Morales (voiced by The Get Down‘s Shameik Moore), an unspiderly pre-man surviving teen life in modern-day...

GQ—'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Makes Spider-Man New Again. The bold, beautifully animated film introduces us to a new Spider-Man that will make a believer out of you.

Collider—‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Review: Spidey Is Brand New Again. For those who don’t closely follow superhero movies and aren’t big Spider-Man fans, I imagine the reaction to seeing the title Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse can be a bit confusing or uninteresting. After all, since 2002 we’ve had three Spider-Man movies starring Tobey Maguire, two Spider-Man movies starring Andrew Garfield, and one Spider-Man movie starring Tom Holland (not to mention his supporting roles in other Marvel movies). That’s three Spider-Men in the span of 16 years, and it’s easy...

EW.com—'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' reviews praise one of the best Spider-Man films. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse grabbed the attention of critics and fans right from that first trailer flaunting a graphic, comic book-inspired style of animation. Based on the first round of reviews for the full-length film, the final product lives up to the hype. Critics largely praised Into the Spider-Verse for its visuals, yes, but also its ability to juggle all these characters (many from different dimensions), its humor, and its refocus on a core Spider-Man principle — anyone can be...