Animated Spider-Man from Sony (12/21/18)
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1 hour ago, Chillax23 said:

Thinking about taking my 5 year old so. (well a few months shy of 5) - wondering whether it is too scary? So for those that have seen it - is it too scary for a 5 year old and if yes is it just certain parts? ie. I am ok taking him for an hour or so if that would work. 

For reference he has seen Big Hero 6 and was ok with it. 

Took my 4yr old girl. There were a couple parts she jumped due to being startled, there was a scene where someone was shot with a gun and died (no specifics so not spoiling), and I saw her shielding her eyes in some “scary” parts. That all sounds awful, but she paid attention the whole time and was excited about it afterwards. Overall I’m glad I took her because the borderline age appropriate parts were fleeting, and the rest of the movie was upbeat and positive.

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Fantastic movie!  Super clever.  Maybe a smidge too long, but that would be my only (minor) complaint.   The animation was incredible.  

 

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On 12/29/2018 at 12:29 AM, Hawkman said:

Do you have any more wrong takes on this movie you'd like to share? This was excellent. Arguably the best Spiderman movie ever.

Not arguably... it was the best Spidey Movie ever.

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The Sony Spider-Man franchise is now coming up on $6B combined. Though I had hoped #IntoTheSpiderVerse would go up much faster it was that solid a movie. Animated or live.

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On ‎12‎/‎26‎/‎2018 at 3:10 PM, jsilverjanet said:

Perhaps the best Spider-Man movie that captured the spirit of the character. It did everything you’d want if your a Spider-Man fan. The final battle was little too drawn out for me but still solid overall. Loved it. 

 

 This is a perfect review! I took my 9 year old, my 7 year old , and their friend (also 9) to see it. We all laughed, and had a great time. the punchlines were well received by the kids, the villains were hated and overall it was a FUN movie! I would watch it again for sure! What a pleasant surprise for a non spiderman fan!

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18 hours ago, piper said:

Sure did!

 It was perfect too!

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Sony's Spider-Man Franchise is now $73M away from being a $6B wealth web. If not Into the Spider-Verse, then Morbius will put it over the top.

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On 1/3/2019 at 10:04 AM, Old Fashion PB and J said:

 This is a perfect review! I took my 9 year old, my 7 year old , and their friend (also 9) to see it. We all laughed, and had a great time. the punchlines were well received by the kids, the villains were hated and overall it was a FUN movie! I would watch it again for sure! What a pleasant surprise for a non spiderman fan!

Ditto! Took my two grandsons last night ages 10 and 7. The 7 yr old already saw it once before and was happy to go again. We all enjoyed it very much and the characters and animation were awesome!!!

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Sony’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse earned $13 million (-30%) in its fourth weekend for a robust $133.8m 24-day total with $275m worldwide.

Great news and an inspiration for more animated Spider-Man Franchise films.

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16 minutes ago, Bosco685 said:

Great news and an inspiration for more animated Spider-Man Franchise films.

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Unreal.  Sony has managed to make over 1.1BB on Spider-Man related properties in three months, basically without Spider-Man. 

-J.

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This won the Golden Globe last night for "Best Animated Film," which solidifies its position as the favorite to win the Oscar for the same.

Wouldn't be noteworthy, except this was a strong year, with competition including both Incredibles 2 and Isle of Dogs.

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5 hours ago, Gatsby77 said:

This won the Golden Globe last night for "Best Animated Film," which solidifies its position as the favorite to win the Oscar for the same.

Wouldn't be noteworthy, except this was a strong year, with competition including both Incredibles 2 and Isle of Dogs.

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Does this mean they'll extend the theatrical run to make more money?  Isn't that how it usually works?

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On ‎1‎/‎5‎/‎2019 at 1:22 PM, Jayman said:

Ditto! Took my two grandsons last night ages 10 and 7. The 7 yr old already saw it once before and was happy to go again. We all enjoyed it very much and the characters and animation were awesome!!!

 The amazing part is that DC has ruled the animated market for so long it makes the future of Marvel animated movies look so much brighter. I am glad you guys had a good time as well, I will probably buy this one.

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Saw the movie again last night with the girlfriend.  She absolutely loved it.  Several kids there and they were laughing their butts off.  4:40 showing and the theater was about half packed (pretty good size for a movie out this long).

 

The Stan Lee cameo, the Prowler scene, the conversation between the door...:cry::cry::cry:.  Emotional rollercoaster.  Go see this movie while it's still in theaters.

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Saw it again last night in 3D. Even though I usually avoid 3D like the plague I recommend seeing it in this format. Comparing the two I would have to say the 2D was blurry in spots. 

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Guys and Gals, I appreciate the reviews.  It is been a bit crazy and I haven’t gotten the chance to see it. I needed a push. 

What a fantastic, feel-good movie. My favorite part was seeing him flip through the ol’ Spidey books. If you love Spidey, go see this movie! 

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Time to put some complaints out there:

- After the initial sadness, Aunt May was a bit too happy/snarky/etc.  I wish they added a few more moments of her and Peter bonding/remembering

- The Manga, Noir, and Ham Spidermen didn't really have a story (which I completely understand because the movie would have been 3 hours)

- She should have kissed him before returning to her dimension (friends kiss...I think that would have been more appropriate than what they went with)

- Needed to do more with Miles' relationship with his roommate (obviously those two have to be very close friends)

 

***Will definitely buy the DVD(thumbsu

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CORRECTION: #IntoTheSpiderVerse now takes Sony's Spidey Franchise to $6B combined value. :whatthe:

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