What I learned from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

I’m a huge fan of superhero films, especially Spiderman. Spiderman has always been my favorite superhero, even though I don’t watch many animated movies, but Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, is by far the best-animated film in 2018.

There are a lot of people around me said that this is not a good film at all, and they also don’t understand, think that the film makes people confused with the multiple universes.

When the film was first released, almost all the young people in the office went to see it, and the next day at work, most people said they were asleep in the cinema and found that the film too boring.


Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse tells the story of a bizarre change in the body of a teenager, Miles, who was attending high school, was accidentally bitten by a spider that had been contaminated with radioactivity. By chance, he witnessed the battle between Spider-Man Peter Parker and the crime lord, Kingpin.

In order to stop Kingpin from using the space-time collider to disrupt the universe, Spider-Man eventually died.

It didn’t take long for the older version of Peter Parker from the parallel universe to appear in front of Miles. In order to stop Kingpin’s plot and help this Parker return to his universe, they broke into Kingpin’s lair. In the process, they were attacked by Doc Ock.

At the same time, Spider-Gwen, Spider-Man Noir, Spider-Ham, and Peni Parker from other universes appeared successively.

They fought with crimelord Kingpin together, and in the end, Spider-Man defeated the bad guys and saved the world.

The special effects in this film were done very well, the clip is also smooth, the overall character design is also perfect, the story will make you laugh but also will make you cry.

But for the multiple universes mentioned in the film, in fact, is not novel, this “parallel” concept has existed many years ago, in fact, I am also very curious about those who say cannot understand the film.


To be honest, I don’t know how to analyze the good and bad of a film, just as “Different people have a different view”, everyone has different views on the film, but in my opinion, the most touching part about this film is the belief that Spider-Man never gives up.

When Miles asked Peter, “When will I know I’m ready?”

“You won’t. It’s a leap of faith. That’s all it is, Miles. A leap of faith.” Peter looked at the confused Miles, replied thoughtfully.

Seeing this, I suddenly couldn’t help crying (in my heart of course), I don’t know whether it was because of Peter Parker’s answer, or I just feel like want to cry.

To be honest, when Peter said this sentence, it made me feel deeply.

People live in this world, will meet all kinds of difficulties, when we face difficulties that are more powerful than us, what let us have the courage to go on, and what makes us no longer fear the world, is faith.

Faith, like the Light in the Dark World, illuminates our way forward; Faith, like the breeze of spring, blows away the haze and fear of the heart; Faith, like the obsession of moth, brings us light and hope.

When a man has no faith to live, it is like a withered rose, no matter how enchanting and beautiful, the color will gradually dim; When a man has no faith in success, it’s like ants, and even if he can break thousands of miles, he will slowly die in the loss.

This film helps me see the hope of success, at that moment, I suddenly understand that the good and bad of a film is not about how high its box office is, but what it brings you, whether it gives you a new understanding of the world, so that you are full of hope for life.