Spider-Man Across The Spider-Verse Movie Review: I’d Still Stare At This Hallucinogenic Psychotomimetic Trip Of A Film In A Room Full Of Art!

Paint-on-glass, Realistic Cartoon-style, and Japanese Manga are just a few of the animation techniques explored by the creators!

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Phil Lord and his other filmmaker, half Christopher Miller, are the only ones who have jumped ship from the prequel. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings writer David Callaham round out the writing team for this one, which is directed by Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers, and Justin K. Thompson.

For those who are unfamiliar, Joaquim Dos Santos frequently credits himself as a storyboard artist before a director, which translates to when every scene in the film appears like a painting you’d want to stare at for a long time. Kemp Powers worked on Disney-Pixar’s ‘Soul,’ asking how you could make the picture look so wonderful while also taking care of some of the billion characters’ intense emotional arcs.

The sheer pressure of duplicating the prequel’s cinematic genius could cause filmmakers to overstep, making some weird decisions (ahem… Matrix… ahem), but ‘Across The Spider-Verse’ is a notch above ‘Into The Spider-Verse’. From Chuckimation to Paint-on-glass to Realistic Cartoon-style to Japanese Manga, the creators experiment with a plethora of animation methods to create a psychedelic psychotomimetic journey that will shatter your mind in ways you never imagined a film could.

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In a manner, Shameik Moore’s Miles receives a Star-Lord-like treatment in which he masterfully balances his character growth without overstepping the larger scheme of things. Gwen, played by Hailee Steinfeld, finally gets to tell her side of the story, and it meshes perfectly with her star-crossed’ love with Miles.

Jake Johnson, as Peter B. Parker, adds a lovely element to his otherwise confused, mismatched character sketch by bringing in a daughter. Spot, played by Jason Schwartzman, goes on a rollercoaster journey from being a worthless ‘Villain Of The Week’ to aggravating the sh*t out of Spider-Men, just to be worthless again because he might return mightier in the following round? That remains to be seen!

As a pregnant African-American Spider-Woman who not only enjoys riding motorcycles but also uses them to murder bad men, Issa Rae’s characters aren’t as fleshed out as the others. Pavitr Prabhakar, played by Karan Soni, receives far more attention than imagined. Good for Indian cinema, although the fictional ‘Mumbattan’ (a strange mash-up of Mumbai and Manhattan) focuses on the usual cliches of road traffic and messed-up cable cables covering a large chunk of the sky, avoiding the visually pleasing parts of the metropolis. I’m not denying not getting traf*cked or seeing the chaotic mass of cables, but let’s also display (even if only a glimpse) what’s beyond the mayhem.

Because of the limited hysteria he produces with his screen time, Daniel Kaluuya as Spider-Punk is one character who many would immediately want a spin-off tale for. Oscar Isaac’s performance as Miguel, or ‘the Spider-Man who doesn’t get any jokes,’ is decent, or perhaps he’s just waiting for his chance to explode in the next installment.

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Kemp Powers, Joaquim Dos Santos, & Justin K. Thompson, along with the trio of authors, have not only matched the prequel’s charm but also set the standard too high for ‘Spider-Man: Beyond The Universe’. The team would have to travel ‘beyond the universe’ to recreate this event for the third time.

Music is the only department that lags behind because there isn’t a single tune that can match the ‘Sunflower’ and ‘What’s Up Danger’ levels of melodies. Metro Boomin and defending champion Daniel Pemberton are new additions, but the soundtrack remains basically decent.

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