Jennifer’s review published on Letterboxd:
I thought I didn't need another Spider-Man movie. I was wrong. This was so much fun!
Here are some of the reasons I loved it:
- I tend to enjoy anything that plays with the ideas of the multiverse/parallel worlds.
- It was very funny at times.
- The animation was stunning! They made it feel like you were watching an actual comic book come to life!
- really fun soundtrack
- Looney Tunes inspired Peter Porker/Spider-Ham! ("That's all folks!" / "Can he say that? You know, legally?")
- Stan Lee cameo
- Spider-Man Noir, the Peter Parker from a black and white universe in 1933. He is a private detective, of course. And he is voiced by Nicholas Cage.
- During the first origin story recap by Peter Parker, we see all of these flashback type clips referring to scenes we've seen in previous Spider-man movies, including the iconic upside-down kiss in the rain from the first one with Tobey Maguire and the train rescue.
- The post-credits scene