Took my daughters (11 & 7) to see this. I was not expecting much from this at all. Previous Spiderman films have always left a lot to be desired as far as I was concerned.

This animated version was both entertaining and brilliantly produced. However I did find the constant return to each of the Spiderman’s origin story a little long winded.

However the characters themselves were great and I liked the different relationship dynamics of each Spiderman with Mary Jane.

The dialog was fun for all ages and made this a very enjoyable film to watch for both adults and kids alike.

I would highly recommend going to see this film.

This animation evokes the look and feel of comics even down to the Ben-Day dots, we meet not Parker, but Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore). We know the drill, and the movie knows that we know the drill: teenager, high school, magic spider, bite, powers. Elsewhere, the rectangle-shaped Kingpin (voice of Liev Schreiber) and his sinister lead scientist (voice of Kathryn Hahn) dabble with volatile technology that tears open a rift in the multi-verse through which timelines start to interweave.

I loved a paunchy, washed-up Peter Parker (voice of Jake Johnson) who first crosses Morales’ path, then a too-cool-for-school Spider-Gwen (voice of Hailee Steinfeld). For impeccably cast comic support, they’re then joined by the hard-boiled Spider-Man Noir (voice of Nicolas Cage, in irrefutable proof that God exists and wants us to be happy), Looney Tunes castoff Spider-Ham (voice of John Mulaney), and anime arachno-droid SP//dr along with its operator Peni Parker (voice of Kimiko Glenn). Only by uniting their powers can they stand a chance against Kingpin and a smartly selected, well-deployed, second-string villains from Spidey’s rogues’ gallery.