By Dennis Amborski III
One of the best films that came out last year was an animated film called “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse.” This film excelled in everything it tried to do. Spider-Verse is the best film by Sony Pictures and was directed by Peter Ramsey, Robert Persichetti Jr, Rodney Rothman and, Bob Persichetti. The quality of the movie was superb and I feel like it’s the best superhero film.
Spider-Verse’s main character is Miles Morales, a half African-American half Hispanic teen from Brooklyn. He gets spider powers and seeks guidance from Peter Parker to help him understand his power and help him become his own Spider-Man. On their way, they meet and team up with many Spider-People from other universes. The best part of this film is how these characters interact with each other. You’re able to connect with these characters and you feel empathetic when bad things happen to them.
Another great thing about this film is its animation and art style. It seems a little bit off-putting at first, but you’ll get used to it after a bit. The animation is so good you can’t really describe it, you just need to see it. It’s a film that anyone can see and love. You don’t need to like comics to like this movie, and that is the film’s best achievement.