‘Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse’ Review: A well-thought-out sequel

Directed by Joaquim dos Santos, Kemp Powers

Well-realized issues of a young boy dealing with the longing of friends or someone who he can share important things with, the gap between a child and his or her parents because they both feel everything is too much they don’t need to be another burden, Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse knows how mature its themes are but at the same time doesn’t forget who their market is.

It’s amazing how the film is dedicated on its storytelling. From building its characters, using the animation to show more and having a story that resonates to the audience even if its characters are fiction.

There are scenes when the animation is a bit different but it makes the feel of the film better. The colors matches the emotions of the scene it want to project and that adds to the emotional journey the audience can experience while watching the film.

More than the stunning visuals, the film takes us to a more personal and thought-provoking adventure in style. It’s actually impressive how they get to incorporate a lot of elements into getting to know Miles Morales and the other Spider-people on a deeper level.


‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ is now showing in cinemas nationwide. Rated PG by the MTRCB.

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