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How do you handle pressure, expectations, and finding your sense of self?

Licensed therapist Jonathan Decker, filmmaker Alan Seawright, and Cinema Therapy producer Sophie Téllez are reacting to Miles Morales and his journey in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. They discuss how Miles struggles to grow into himself and his power. Jono notes how much “shoulding” Miles endures, and Alan and Sophie nerd out about the groundbreaking animation. And Alan wants to go to Lord and Miller film school.

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Written by: Megan Seawright, Jonathan Decker, and Alan Seawright
Produced by: Jonathan Decker, Megan Seawright, Alan Seawright, Sophie Téllez, and Corinne Demyanovich
Edited by: Trevor Horton
Director of Photography: Bradley Olsen
English Transcription by: Anna Preis



26 Ara 2022




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Jenny Kong
Jenny Kong 2 aylar önce
I was one of the animators for Spiderverse, and it was simultaneously the proudest thing I've worked on and the hardest and most stressed out project. I'm so glad you guys enjoyed it, and even during internal viewings I've teared up a few times. Happy to answer questions if there are any.
Jenny Kong
Jenny Kong 4 saatler önce
@SonicMegaKing Awww, thank you so much!!!
SonicMegaKing 6 saatler önce
I don't really have a question, just wanted to say it's really cool of you to answer questions like this on YT. Into the Spider-verse was the Peak of Spider-Man presentation, and gave Miles Morales the mainstream introduction he really deserved. For your contribution to that, I sincerely thank you, and the many people you worked with to bring this movie to life. Hope you're also working on the sequel, I'm hopping in my seat waiting for it.
Jenny Kong
Jenny Kong Gün önce
@SomeJellyKid Hi! Thank you very much for your kind words! We did our best, and I’m so glad it showed, and made such an impact on people. You pose a few VERY good questions 🥲. I’ll answer the easy one first. I loved drawing as a kid. My cousins introduced me to anime when I was 5? 7? Before I knew it I was copying an Inuyasha or Card Captors screenshot from tv with pencil to paper, and that kept on for a while. Then I came across Final Fantasy 9 and subsequently 10 and 10-2, and watching Final Fantasy Advent Children was what sealed the deal of ‘’man I really wanna be able to create these super cool cinematics’’. There was a period of time in high school where that desire was tempered by practical majors to take like coding or engineering, and then I rediscovered that I just want to do arts for a living. It had gone from ‘cool cinematic’ to ‘concept art’ for some time after my new resolve (jr. year in high school I think), and then back to ‘cool cinematic’ i.e. animation, when I was looking at art schools for practical reasons. There are more animation jobs than there are concept art jobs, and in animation school I learned the hard way that I really wasn’t cut out for concept art. So animation it is. So…in a very longwinded response, tl;dr: passion, want, a sprinkle of ‘’I must do what I have to do”, and a dash of pragmatism goes a long way in wanting to stay in the industry. Also, the people you work with on a day to day basis, in general, are wonderful. It’s not a formal industry, and you get to have fun, and goof off, and be a kid in an adult’s body in between deadlines. They’re all there doing OT with you, and being burnt out, and hitting rock bottom with you. That hasn’t changed since animation school through to now in all the studios that I’ve worked at. The crew definitely helps keep things sane. I have to preface that I’ve been very fortunate in my decade long career that I haven’t experienced sexual harassment as a female in this industry, but it is a prevalent issue, and something to beware of if you are female. As for burnout…well…it was an inevitable thing for me. I’m sure there are people in the industry who manage to avoid it, and major kudos to them. Long hours and unpaid overtime is difficult to avoid with looming deadlines paired with, at times, poorly planned project timelines, or yourself. If you’re poor at managing your time to hit deadlines, then that’s a one way ticket to overtime. Depending on which studio you work at, it’s going to happen. Games, TV, VFX especially. If you’re lucky, the studio pays overtime and feeds you dinner. I don’t have a rosy answer for you in how I deal with it. I don’t think it’s pretty for anyone. Since there is no way for you to control the work situation, and assuming you’d want to follow through with the project or contract, the best you can do is to prepare for the inevitable as much as possible. Have very supportive friends and family, work friends you can vent to, and if you can afford it, therapy. But I think, it comes down to what you want out of this career. The grind is real if you want to work at studios like Sony, Disney, Pixar, Blue Sky, Blizzard, Playstation, etc, etc. If that’s what you really want, I think your drive and support network will sustain you for a while. If you’re in this for being super creative, and you aren’t really focussed on big name studios, there are lots of places that treat you well, and keep your work-life balance in mind, and still make cool stuff. It was a lot of hard self-reflecting after Sony Imageworks, if I wanted to continue being there or not. That was the most burnt out I’ve ever been. My husband, friends, therapy, and the current studio I work at really helped in recovery. The work-life balance is great, I’m valued as a team member, and I’m still working on awesome titles (Hogwarts Legacy, Gears of War, Mario Strikers, etc). Everyone’s path is different though! I’m sure if you’re able to talk to another animator, they’ll have a different story so take all this with a grain of salt. There are plenty of animator jobs floating around! Just be prepared to move to one of the animation hubs (CA, TX, Vancouver, Montreal, etc) since it looks like a lot of studios are now reverting their work from home policy. Also, keep up the work you’re doing! The upside to the industry is the barrier to entry is low, just gotta persevere. Thank you for coming to my TED talk.
SomeJellyKid Gün önce
Hi! (idk if you're still able to respond to this thread since ik animators be hella busy, but I'll give it a shot) You and the rest of the Spiderverse team really knocked it out of the park with this one. Seriously shot up to one of the biggest inspirations for how I'd like to be able to animate in the future. Thank y'all for pouring your hearts and souls into such an amazing movie. 💙 ANYWAY, I was wondering how you'd deal with burnout? What's your motivation for getting into the industry and staying even when things got tough? (Some background if you have time) I'm in college rn (not for art or animation) and would love to be able to become an animator or storyboard artist. It's a huge risk given the nature of the industry, but it's one I'm willing to take. It'll definitely be harder since I'm trying to build my skills and portfolio/reel largely on my own. All this is to say that even though animation has been my passion, I'm afraid of being unequipped to handle the pressure of stepping into such a terrifying industry, so I'm wondering how you've dealt with it given your experience.
Caytutugrenadele 3 gün önce
You're a blessing
The Kirby T
The Kirby T 2 aylar önce
The scene where Miles' dad is telling him he supports and loves him through the door makes me cry every time. The first time I saw this movie I had a really strained relationship with my dad and I knew that it was something that he would say and had been saying but I just hadn't heard it. I broke down crying in the theater during that interraction.
Yearam Kook
Yearam Kook 2 aylar önce
Same man
Josbird 2 aylar önce
I had pretty much the same thing happen to me!
Patrick Marchiodi
Patrick Marchiodi 2 aylar önce
Hugs man. That scene makes me tear up too. I love how they use the fact that miles can't speak to make his father believe he's holding a grudge. And his father doesn't get angry or leash out, but he humbly explains himself and basically let's Miles go. It's such a good storytelling trick
Ghost Penguin
Ghost Penguin 2 aylar önce
if any of you think this is a sad comment "the first time". past tense it got better lesgooo probably
DragonMonarchKaida 2 aylar önce
Something I like to point out is that when Miles leaps off the building, he pulls some of the glass off, and we know that he sticks to things when he's scared/nervous. So it's not like he's not scared when he jumps, he's just stepping through the fear.
Beatriz 2 aylar önce
After all, courage is not the lack of fear but the persistence through the fear. It’s the fact that you keep doing something when you are afraid that proves how courageous you are!
Joshua Eadie
Joshua Eadie 2 aylar önce
My favorite thing about the greatest shot in cinema history is the glass shattering when he leaps from the building. He wasn't relaxed. He wasn't ready. But he still jumped.
Elise Erickson
Elise Erickson 22 gün önce
I never thought about this!!!
Fae and Tired
Fae and Tired 24 gün önce
"It's a leap of faith."
C M Aylar önce
Aaron Elijah
Aaron Elijah 2 aylar önce
holy shit i never realized that
FeepingCreature 2 aylar önce
@Spenser Archbold That is literally what it says in the script, too.
TheOutsider Jess
TheOutsider Jess 2 aylar önce
Miles going on the roof then going back down the steps is my favorite joke in the movie because of how realistic it is anyone could relate to that it's amazing
Jessica Zimmer
Jessica Zimmer 2 aylar önce
"It's good to have role models. It's good to have people you look up to. But you can't just ape someone's style or the way do things because at best you'll always be a cheap imitation or passable imitation...what you have to contribute to the world is what YOU bring to it." What a great message for everyone, young and old! We usually give this kind of message to teens as they're still figuring out who they are, but even as adults we continue to try to become those we look up to instead of learning from them. Thanks, Cinema Therapy!
lJ_K 2 aylar önce
that's why I like the movie miles so much better honestly. comic book miles always felt like a cheap copy in some ways. this became especially apparent, when they decided to put both peter and miles spiderman into the same universe, both alive and both being spider-man. made very little sense to me honestly. if they want them to share a world, then miles needs to rebrand. peter will always be prime spider-man. they need to give miles his own spider-title, if they want them to co-exist in the same universe.
AtomicBlonde 2 aylar önce
Exactly! Is it smart to look at what the greats have done before you? Of course. Draw inspiration and don’t reinvent the wheel. But making a craft or skill your own in the end is key.
Narra Beckett
Narra Beckett 2 aylar önce
The Tennis Dude
The Tennis Dude 2 aylar önce
The fact that it’s NOT Peter’s important lesson that unlocks Miles’ power, but his imperfect father admitting his imperfection and offering a simple, beautiful encouragement, WHOO. There’s some real power in humble parenting
Kaiyote 2 aylar önce
absolutely. even when the turn tables when miles goes to throw peter back to his universe. even peers and mentors need to be reminded of their good advice because in the midst of a chaotic event sometimes we forget. because were human. also i love that there is an unspoken "grounding" of all people spiderperson or otherwise. no matter how accomplished you may feel you are, sometimes you need that outside look or advice from someone outside the storm to navigate it with clarity
John Snyder
John Snyder 2 aylar önce
@Blaine Donahue predicting EtS 2 will show this loss.
Marie Roberts
Marie Roberts 2 aylar önce
@kingkinte did not know that, thank you.
kingkinte 2 aylar önce
@Marie Roberts His dad doesn’t die in the comic. But his mom and uncle do and it kind of ruins their relationship.
kingkinte 2 aylar önce
@Blaine Donahue Miles doesn’t lose his father in the comics. His uncle dies in their first fight and his mom passes away later. Miles’s dad blamed Spider-Man for both deaths and didn’t react well when miles revealed his identity. Although this all got retconned after the incursions where they made miles apart of the main 616 universe and revived his family.
Ninjaman9323 2 aylar önce
Honestly my favorite part of the scene that builds into the best shot in cinema history. Aunt May was sitting there, Aunt May knew the whole time he was going to make it that he was going to be there. She had absolute faith in Miles, a kid she had known for a few hours at most a kid who was in way worse shape than Peter was when he got his powers ((Peter is typically tail end of Highschool when he gets his powers, Miles get it just starting Highschool so he's actually one of the most powerful as it also affected his development and skyrockets the power he gets but that's not important here)) May just knew he'd make it, that look the tea in her hand. She had one of the things you need when you have those role models, absolute knowledge that you'd make it, that no matter what happened, how you fell or how you bent and broke, that you would make it.
Andrew Meyer
Andrew Meyer 7 gün önce
​@K S She is by far the best Aunt May ever. Loved every scene she was in
K S 26 gün önce
She literally says "Took you long enough." lol she was just waiting, she knew he was coming. What I like about that moment is that Aunt May doesn't know Miles personally. She doesn't know what he's going to do.... but she knows Spiderman... and Spiderman was gonna show up.
Deddrz 2 aylar önce
The chromatic aborrition they used also replicates how sometimes old comics were printed a bit off, so small mistakes would make the different colors print at an offset from the lineart.
Ryan Engala
Ryan Engala 2 aylar önce
Fun fact: The trick Miles does in climax isn't from Peter B or Gwen. He learned that from Peter A. I always took that as the movie showing that Miles is now the Spiderman of that universe.
Tessa Schmessa
Tessa Schmessa Aylar önce
What move was it again? I remember there being a move but not what it was
cinnarenaroll 2 aylar önce
Okay so this is a known fact huh, I just noticed it now while watching this after Gwen and peter B had that "did we teach him that" talk. I was like wait that move looked familiar
8unnylover 2 aylar önce
@AJ thats awesome :D its also only now occurred to me that he's Peter A to contrast Peter B thats hilarious lol
AJ 2 aylar önce
@8unnylover I think it was a scene that just stuck out to me when Peter A first did it, so I was able to recognize it within my first viewing that Miles copied.
8unnylover 2 aylar önce
@AJ oh wow, you caught that first watch? I didn't notice until it was pointed out to me haha, and now on subsequent viewings I love seeing it
Myotis Music
Myotis Music 2 aylar önce
I’m 29 and I still struggle with comparing myself to other people. When I saw this movie originally, I’m not gonna lie, I completely ignored the messaging. I was so enthralled with the story that the deeper message flew over my head completely. Watching this cinematherapy recap is something I had no idea I needed. This is probably my new favorite video you guys have done because of how much it speaks to me personally.
Tinker E
Tinker E Aylar önce
Eee, 29 is a hard age. It's a mile marker which feels so heavy. You just have to beat your last score. ❤
Black Cat Paints and Twists
Can we also appreciate how this movie stressed the importance of becoming a mentor? Even when you are not perfect? Or going through something rough? Do it. Find something your passionate in and do it. You won't regret it. It will be one of the best leaps of faith you ever make.
reikun86 2 aylar önce
I really appreciate mentors who are suffering and going through their own pain, but out of some sort of goodness, put that aside for the sake of someone else who could use help or guidance.
Sir Meow
Sir Meow 2 aylar önce
If it hasent been mentioned yet i love the detail of Miles still not being 100% confident so he still sticks and breaks the glass before the leap of faith.
Rhyana Shah
Rhyana Shah 2 aylar önce
@OliveB big up Sideways!!!!! Stunning breakdowns
レオ 2 aylar önce
I see it as him being ready to be spider-man doesn’t magically make him being good at spidermaning. he’s still physically not used to it with all the muscle memory stuff, so his hands still latch on the glass very tightly. And you can also see that when he reached the reactor, taking off his mask and panting. doing stuff that you’re not used to will make you tense up and the adrenaline speeds up your blood circulation, leading to a higher ventilation rate
Jeff Nussbaum
Jeff Nussbaum 2 aylar önce
@Anonymous n Lonely Yep. Best superhero movie ever made, in my book.
Anonymous n Lonely
Anonymous n Lonely 2 aylar önce
It’s one of the (infinite) reasons why this is one of my favourite movies of all time!
Forest Armstrong
Forest Armstrong 2 aylar önce
There is also the detail of how Miles gets to the ceiling in the climax, where Peter B and Gwen say they didn't teach him that, it's the exact method Miles' Peter got up there in the first act. Where Miles is learning, not just from the people who taught him, but the people he idolized too; that even though he is more confident and more of his own individual, he is still filling Spiderman's shoes and trying to fit his hero's shadow. It's a great acknowledgement of personal growth while admitting he is still a kid with some growing left to do. It's also a great moment of Miles picking his mentors and his lessons, learning what he needs to know and making it part of him.
StandingWind 2 aylar önce
What really gets me is the shot were we see the glass tear away as Miles makes the leap. Miles sticks to things when he’s terrified, and he can’t unstick until he relaxes. He is completely and totally terrified when he leaps, but he finds the mental and physical strength to tear himself away from the glass. This time, he chooses to leap despite the fear, he doesn’t fall by accident like the first time.
ImmoZer0 2 aylar önce
The “Ben day dots” you guys were referring to are also known as half-tone! They’re very popular for shading and lighting in black & white works! Good video btw guys! I love your stuff!
Jason Rickerd
Jason Rickerd 2 aylar önce
​@BetterLateThanNever BUT BUT! The early comics didn't always use the proper ink saturation or lines per inch due to how cheap they were running everything. Hence, Lichtenstein making his pop derivative works that didn't properly credit the source artists. (Hell, even more current ones. Dark Horse was running the interiors of their Usagi Yojimbo books at... 120 lines per inch if I'm remembering correctly, and the cover was maybe 150? Been over a decade since we switched to direct to plate, so I don't remember all the stuff from imaging the films. Other than maintaining the film imager sucked, cleaning everything when the density dipped was awful, and I'm glad I don't have to deal with gallons of developer chemicals anymore. I could probably check if I can find the line-screen measuring tool we used to have and if any of the film hasn't been recycled yet. Manga halftones that are not camera shot or created in a vector program are the Devil's dandruff and I hate them.)
ImmoZer0 2 aylar önce
@BetterLateThanNever Your username is incredibly fitting for any sort of “late” replies to comments Thank you for the informative reply! ^^
BetterLateThanNever 2 aylar önce
Ben Day dots are clearly what the animation team are trying to reference, since most comic books of that era used flat blacks for their line art rather than halftones (although of course, it's a big industry, there are always exceptions, but screen printing was a far too lengthy and expensive process for most comics). They wound up using different sizes of dots to make the effect read more efficiently, so it's not TRUE Ben Day, but like... c'mon, we know that's what they are trying to evoke, and it's not screen printing. I mean, if you're using proper ink saturation while screen printing, you don't even see the dots in a final screen print piece, you only see the dots on the screen! ;) And don't get me started on manga halftones, they don't even all use circular dots!
C Tate
C Tate 2 aylar önce
I think it got said in one of the interviews for the movie that they chose to flip the shot of him falling to make it show how he was rising up and becoming his own spiderman instead of just imitating the others.
Daniel Flohr
Daniel Flohr 2 aylar önce
I believe it even says in the script: “He’s not falling, he’s rising.” CHILLS!
SuprousOxide 2 aylar önce
Ah, damn it. That scene where Miles is tied up and his Dad is talking to him through the door just brought me to tears. Wanting so hard to connect with his son, just wanting his son to know he loves him, and realizing he shouldn't push Miles to say it back
Ochako kun
Ochako kun 2 aylar önce
Back in 2018 I just saw the trailer of Spiderman in the spider verse, the 'falling up' scene literally got stuck in my head, and finally when I watched the movie this year and afterwards watched your amazing video, I can relate so much with miles, I am myself turning 15 tomorrow and your advice is what I really needed and am grateful for. Thankyou so much! Omg thankyou everyone for your wishes 🥺
marx 2 aylar önce
Happy belated bday! ♥️❗️
Mermazing 2 aylar önce
Happy belated birthday!
8unnylover 2 aylar önce
Happy belated birthday! Wishing you all the best, being 15 is quite the challenge, but rewarding. You're probably returning to school from the holiday break soon, you'll do great!
Marissa G. V's_ARMY
Marissa G. V's_ARMY 2 aylar önce
Happy Birthday!
99pingexe 2 aylar önce
Happy birthday! And new year!
James Sheeran
James Sheeran 2 aylar önce
The thing that gets me every time is miles tells Aaron that he has never let him down and when Aaron dies he tells miles he's sorry he let him down
Arcturion Blade
Arcturion Blade 2 aylar önce
Aaron's death as Prowler is definitely Miles' Uncle Ben moment. With great power comes great responsibility, and to resist the temptation to use that power for selfish ends.
pinkbunnyskye 2 aylar önce
@Ana Ng And the pinocchio there was so lovingly unhinged, I felt more things by the end of the movie than feeling like he'd stab me in a game of hide and seek he's just a twerp
Ana Ng
Ana Ng 2 aylar önce
@pinkbunnyskye i can only second this! guillermo del toro is an amazing filmmaker and pinocchio is so full of his vision
msk 2 aylar önce
@Shelby Bayer oops lol
pinkbunnyskye 2 aylar önce
You guys should also watch del toro's pinocchio
Zeph 2 aylar önce
"squeaks of nope" And Sophie is definitely the best character on this show. Need more.
iAnonymous 2 aylar önce
The way that Miles webswings is unique to him. Peter B.’s is more relaxed because he has been webswinging for so long. People are saying that he swings more like Chris Pines’ spidey, but I think he is more like his uncle. He didn’t webswing a lot, he mostly did a lot of parkour around the buildings.
Abby Wolffe
Abby Wolffe 2 aylar önce
Beyond the comic aesthetic, I also love the way this movie respects and imitates the style of graffiti, especially since graffiti is considered a "low" art form. And the texture actually isn't Ben Day dots, it's CMYK halftones! Ben Days are all uniform in size (think Andy Warhol), whereas halftones gradiate (I'm citing CinemaWins on this one).
FoNgThOnG 2 aylar önce
Miles is such a well written character that has earned his place in our hearts. I do hope we see more of this version of Dr. Octopus, I was surprised when she revealed herself.
SgtCheeze 2 aylar önce
My favorite little detail on that amazing shot is the glass breaking, it's super dramatic, and shows that he wasn't just over his fear, he was scared and couldn't unstick from the window so he just broke it off as he took his leap, so amazing
JRev X
JRev X 2 aylar önce
The fun part about that "I didn't teach him that...and you definitely didn't" part is that he learned that move from Chris Pine's Spiderman. Love this movie, so many of those great details!
@Don Korb 😂🤣😂
Don Korb
Don Korb 2 aylar önce
@AllThingsShaunda&Books they even mentioned in this very video that Chris Pine voices the "original", blonde Peter Parker. But good on you being confidently wrong.
Dawn Chesbro
Dawn Chesbro 2 aylar önce
@AllThingsShaunda&Books Jake Johnson is Pete B Parker, not Peter Parker.
Andrew 2 aylar önce
Chris Pine is the spider man that died.
AwolR 2 aylar önce
He was taught, just not the way we imagine being taught. Anyone can be a teacher without even knowing it. When someone looks up to you, there's a chance they're also learning from what you do and how, especially if you're someone like spideyboi huh
Kato Shuu
Kato Shuu 2 aylar önce
I almost cried in theaters when Aaron admit his mistakes to Miles, he didn't want to dissappoint... I had to rewatch the movie again before eatching this video. It's the 3rd or 4th rewatch
Potato God
Potato God 2 aylar önce
I really want these guys to do a Treasure Planet episode. There's so much to talk about both in the therapy side with losing a father at an early age and how it effects people to the amazing deep canvas technology that made cgi and hand drawn animation flow to perfectly together.
Return of the Romans
Return of the Romans 2 aylar önce
I have to say that the whole scene, "What's Up Danger" is so powerful. It is the best scene ever in my opinion, compared to the climax of a lot of movies nowadays. The hype song, the visuals, the adrenaline rush the viewer gets, it's all top-notch art!
RaptorCrasher Inc.
RaptorCrasher Inc. Aylar önce
I agree that it is the best scene ever put to film. The only thing that comes close is the "I need a hero" scene in Shrek 2
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Taylor Tanner
Taylor Tanner 2 aylar önce
Literally am in the middle of a certification/interview on the final step over several days. I’m with people 20+ years my senior trying for this job, and literally cried for 20 minutes feeling so much worse than everyone around me. Took a brain break and watched this video. Just what I needed. Thank you. ❤
Taylor Gayhart
Taylor Gayhart 2 aylar önce
The dad ‘s speech gets me every time!! 😭😭😭 many of us have similar issues with our parents, but very few get to hear a speech like that from them.
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Daniel Tablan
Daniel Tablan 2 aylar önce
Something to note: that move at the end that neither Peter nor Gwen taught him was actually the move he saw his original Peter doing at the beginning. Except now he’s adapted and mastered it on his own.
Kim Pearson
Kim Pearson 2 aylar önce
An excellent analysis comes from sideways music channel where the big moment where he leaps of the building. It's not just a hip hop song (which represents Miles regular identity) Its not just the spider man theme (that's been built up with each spider character) And there's also a tiny motif when Miles is doing something spidery. That moment he leaps is all 3 pieces of his musical identity tied together.
Vailing Bow
Vailing Bow 2 aylar önce
That's what I was thinking. He took bits of it and made it his own.
TheGirlonfire25 2 aylar önce
And it's not even just the same move, it's the same music cues too!
Saru Matsu
Saru Matsu 2 aylar önce
I wish they mentioned it. I remember getting hyped when I saw Miles do that move.
Wally Wallace
Wally Wallace 2 aylar önce
He put his own flare into it, while still respecting where he got it from. However that's not the only cool thing about those parallel scenes. The other cool thing is the inversion of colors. Peter was the only color in an environment that seemed rather grayscale, meanwhile miles did it as the only dark item in am environment of colors.
JustalittleTurtle 2 aylar önce
I kind of low key loved that Miles powers were based on his strengths and fears (imo). He wants to hide away from expectations and the eyes of the people around him, but he’s also got this electric personality with explosive creativity just dripping off him. He’s got so much potential, but he wants to hide from it (he doesn’t know how to use it or even that it’s there in some cases) and you see that in his super powers and how sporadic and uncontrollable they are for him. Thank you for coming to my TEDtalk, I hope you enjoyed my mini theory.
Kareyonna Davidson
Kareyonna Davidson 2 aylar önce
Peter Porker pulling out that hammer is hilarious the same way all of us react when people diss animation
Chris Smith
Chris Smith 2 aylar önce
22:08 One other thing about this entire sequence is that it not only shows Miles lingering nervousness (the glass breaks when he pushes off of it meaning he didn't fully 'unstick') but he doesn't straight up swing everywhere like the original Spider-Man or any of the others for that matter. Over the course of his entire traversal from the first building to the overlook, he only shoots five webs. He uses it to get altitude and speed, but a large portion of his motion is running, jumping, and parkour. After all, he 'runs better than he swings'.
Ekkk 2 aylar önce
And his parkours takes clear notes from Prowler's own parkour too.
Jennifer H
Jennifer H 2 aylar önce
This movie makes me sob like a baby. It really is such an inspiring film to trust yourself and your abilities, something I’ve struggled with for so long
Eddy Fizio
Eddy Fizio 2 aylar önce
YES, FINALLY YOU DID IT! WHEN I SAW THE NOTIFICATION I SMILED REALLY HARD AND STARTED JUMPING FROM EXCITEMENT. this is my favorite movie ever, i feel so related to it and cant watch it without crying. Its also the movie that got me to finally decide and go study animation, so thank you so much for reacting to it, guys, loved the video.
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OrAngeAnArchy 2 aylar önce
Theres a saying i like when it comes to comparing yourself to others: Don't compare your Behind the Scenes with someone's Highlights. I feel it says completely what people do not realize what they are doing when comparing.
Jeroz 2 aylar önce
to the quotemobile
DragonWriterArts 2 aylar önce
Yes. This is the answer I've been looking for.
Lady Hawke
Lady Hawke 2 aylar önce
“Compare yourself to who you were yesterday- not to where someone else is today.” 😃👍
Marc Montalvo
Marc Montalvo 2 aylar önce
That is going sealed in my memory bank for later, thanks stranger!
Riley Garraway
Riley Garraway 2 aylar önce
@Hugo Mendoza just don't steel it jk
TIFFANY PERSAUD 2 aylar önce
Thanks for covering this masterpiece. Saw a ten year old kid sing Sunflower at karaoke this week. Cheered like it was Argentina playing football. His little grin when he was done and walked back to his parents was everything. Films really do help form and inspire.
Luckas Silver
Luckas Silver 2 aylar önce
I cry everytime I see Miles' dad come talk to him through the door. It's raw, genuine, and humbled. It hurts.
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I can highly relate to the whole "comparing yourself to a role model and it being bad" thing. Storytime! My sister is one of my biggest role models, and has been since at least kindergarten. When I was in first grade (probably 2ish months in) I skipped into second. I barely saw anyone from my first grade class, and had a hard time getting to know my new classmates. Consequently, I was friendless. So, I decided to focus on academics. My sister had excelled at school, and I made it my goal to beat her. It was probably around 5th grade that I realized it was unhealthy. I had set all my goals relative to her achievements, and we did all the same sports, too, making it even worse. I had set all these unreasonable expectations for myself, putting her on a pedestal at the same time, and it was hurting both of us. Now I'm in 8th grade, and I still struggle with not comparing myself to her. I don't really know how to figure out what goals I should reach for, because I never learned. It really sucks. Still, I've gotten closer to her, and I feel so much more free to be myself. sorry that was so long! if you're still reading, um... hi. thx for letting me vent lol. have a cookie :) byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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Air-headed Aviator
Air-headed Aviator 2 aylar önce
I love the moments in commentaries when a scene is so gripping none of the hosts talk through it. I myself just wanted to put this on the background and sat through the whole thing. Spider-verse IS THAT FILM
Genesis Santos Fernandez
I’m coming here with my humble opinion that Miles is falling up is a symbol 24:01 that you’re going to have to do things that are terrifying for you, but even if is scary to give the step those are the only that are going to impulse you to succeed. Okay, now I’m going to cry because I relate
Tariq Thomas
Tariq Thomas 2 aylar önce
Peter Parker and Miles Morales’ relationship has become my favorite thing about Spider-Man. Peter so often carries so many burdens on his own to the point that it borders on martyrdom. But when Miles came along, he simply couldn’t do things alone because someone else needed him. On the other hand, Miles brings a new layer to the Spider-Man ethos. He’s youthful, extroverted, and comes from a completely different background and culture. He has a much stronger support system that he is more than willing to protect. And because of that, Miles is very invested in Peter’s well-being and I LOVE that. Miles Morales is just the best. He’s my favorite character.
B 2 aylar önce
@Jonathan Wolfe isn't it comforting that the hero who properly kicked off the modern superhero movie is also the one who does it so well in both it's current iterations? Isn't it odd that the studio that produces this, is also the one who misunderstands every single thing about that same superhero?
Jonathan Wolfe
Jonathan Wolfe 2 aylar önce
Take note Hollywood, THIS is how you do a passing the torch story.
B 2 aylar önce
@Tariq Thomas I fell off the comics in the early 00s. We used to call him 'lil emo spider'. But that's the benefit of adaptation: you can cherrypick from decades of trial runs
Tariq Thomas
Tariq Thomas 2 aylar önce
@B Oh yeah no totally. That’s another reason why I love the Peter/Miles dynamic because it actually feels NEW for Peter’s character. Peter Parker (or moreso his writers) keep fumbling his love life to the point that it’s gotten old. His villains aren’t new anymore and the stories have been retold and reduxed to death. But Peter Parker mentoring a kid that’s both so different yet so similar to him actually forces him to grow. That being said, the Spidey comics haven’t been great for years now (for Peter or Miles really). I’m honestly starting to prefer movie, film, and video game content far more than the comics.
B 2 aylar önce
Your comment just made me realise something... As a hero, Spidey can be hit and miss. With a lot of misses when not written very well. But as a mentor, Peter always excels! And through the exact same things that can easily make him annoying: his self doubt, sometimes reaching into self-pity, his occasional dislike of the responsibility he can not help but hoard, his "I'm so funny hahah" wit.... Not only will he feel the immediate responsibility for the wellbeing of his mentee, It all means that no matter what his pupil is telling himself, Pete has told himself much worse. Butt then talked himself out of it, so he knows what works. And that he knows that sometimes you need a soft hug, sometimes you need a thumbs up whole playing catch, other times you need your legs swept so hard your body inverts momentum and you fly up in the air.
Josaphine 2 aylar önce
I can't thank you enough for this channel. I really had a very bad day today. Nothing could make me smile nothing , only you guys reacting so beautifully explaining things up. Just feels like i wish people would talk like that in real life too. I wish people would understand and love and respect others like this. And an animated movie can never go wrong to make one smile. I truly thank u. 💕today you saved me. ❤️:(
Nico Yeetzawa
Nico Yeetzawa 2 aylar önce
Fun thing that has probably already been said in the comments: in the script for the “What’s Up Danger” scene, it says “Miles isn’t falling through the frame, he’s rising” and that single line is so powerful and it just adds to the amazing scene
Amana Book Club
Amana Book Club 2 aylar önce
I'm just excited to see Alan fangirl over the animation tbh😌
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This movie got me through Middle School. It was my very first exposure to Spider-Man and where I discovered my love of animation. When I saw "What's Up Danger", I couldn't help by smile and be proud of Miles becoming his own Spider-Man. I still rewatch this movie to this day and can never be bored of it. I'm so excited for the next movie
Sensei Dave
Sensei Dave 2 aylar önce
I love love love this movie. The lengths they went through to give the film that comic aesthetic with the halftones and shading. Beautiful.
Collin Carey
Collin Carey 2 aylar önce
Spider-Verse was such an incredible take on a Spiderman film. All the other films so far have hammered on "With Great Power comes Great Responsibility." This one touched on it, but it had a different nuance. Each of the Spider-Beings in the film were the first/original in their universe to have been bitten. They all had to come to an understanding of their powers on their own, and they came to shoulder the great responsibility naturally over time. Miles was not the first. He had a predecessor. So it makes sense that his motivation is different too - he knows he has a great responsibility. He's seen it. It's such a great responsibility, it probably felt crushing to think about. An extremely experienced and seemingly invincible Spider-Man was all he'd ever known, and he was suddenly asked to step into his shoes after he was finally defeated. It makes sense that he would feel like a child amongst adults sometimes, and feel like he is not being treated as an equal. It makes sense that overcoming his own Great Expectations is his personal battle, not growing into his Great Responsibility.
Mackie Lunkey
Mackie Lunkey 2 aylar önce
@Wesley Wallace Also loved how Peter and Miles were trapped the same way, and used their hands, too.
JuriAmari 2 aylar önce
@Mackie Lunkey OMG that’s a good catch. MCU Peter fell into that trap even with his predecessors being right there! Miles managed to dodge a moral bullet!
Schaef 2 aylar önce
It's a great reversal. His elders - parents, teachers, mentors - all impress upon him a mountain of responsibility. They see his potential but they express it as "expectations". You must do this thing or you will not be what you should. The thing they are able to accomplish with Miles as a successor is that the other spiders got the power and had to learn responsibility. In their own ways his father and teachers did too. He already gets that. But he doesn't yet know himself. Even when he has his powers he doesn't really know what he can do. That act of becoming is the reversal: acquiring the *power* to take up his *responsibilities* and achieve them in his own way. He is his father's son, but not. He is Spider Man, but not. But those differences, the things that are not, do not make you less. They make you custom suited for the story ahead of you.
Eileen_A_B 2 aylar önce
@msk the quote which originally appeared in Amazing Fantasy #15, the correct phrasing is "aware at last that in this world, with great power must also come-great responsibility!" Only the movie "No Way Home" quotes it accurately, and none of the other movies say "ought." Like you said,"ought" suggests a choice, like it's the way it should be but not necessarily the way it is. The correct quote uses "must" meaning there is no choice. It is imperative that Spider-Man use his/her powers responsibly, which Spider-Man in all iterations/universes ends up learning when they lose their loved one.
Lucyan December
Lucyan December 2 aylar önce
@msk o.o
Courtney Cook
Courtney Cook 2 aylar önce
Whoever is in charge of the subtitles is amazing. When talking about the shot that's getting all amped up and then ends with him going back down the stairs, on the stairs the subtitles read "Squeaks of nope". I was dying 😂😂
Acy Pineapple
Acy Pineapple 2 aylar önce
I have seen it too and loved the line immediately :D
Demon Ascended
Demon Ascended 2 aylar önce
The glass shattering from that turning scene was amazing. Goosebumps.
Hasenru 2 aylar önce
24:40 Notice how Miles uses almost the same moves as the OG Peter Parker in the beginning to get to the top to stop the machine… but with a certain Miles flair to it all. LOVE all the visual storytelling reinforcing Miles’ discovery and growth as his own person.
Liz McNulty
Liz McNulty Aylar önce
I love how all the male characters are so willing to show and share emotions. The perfect example of HEALTHY masculinity
Diane Insertlastnamehere
I love the distinct ways that every Spider-Man moves. Peter B moves like we'd expect of Spider-Man in a fight, but he uses his powers in super mundane ways, like when he uses his webs to ring the doorbell or saunters down the side of a building. Gwen is like a ballerina, she even has ballet shoes in her suit, and she has these really cool flourishes and grace in her movement. Noir relies mostly on hand-to-hand fisticuffs instead of his powers and Ham obviously uses cartoon slapstick liberally. And when Miles finally comes into his own, his style is entirely unique to all of them, even Blonde Peter: it's more like parkour. He wall runs and hops on buses and relies less on purely swinging and more on getting from one surface to the other. He hasn't had a lot of practice swinging with his webs, but he's had practice with finding ways to parkour over walls and fences in the city (as seen when Aaron shows him a new spot to tag), so he relies on that and uses his new powers to supplement it. I find that so incredibly cool.
Liam Twomey
Liam Twomey 2 aylar önce
Fun fact: when Gwen says, "I didn't teach him that, and you definitely didn't," Miles just did the move that Peter Parker (Pine) did in their first scene together.
Excalibur Sonic
Excalibur Sonic 2 aylar önce
I love that little detail.
Tiona K
Tiona K 2 aylar önce
And I’d never noticed that til this video. Ugh I love this movie so much!
msk 2 aylar önce
I KNOW RIGHT???! XD even when blondie peter didn't get to actually teach miles, miles still learned something from him, so he DID teach him something my heart
Zoltán Ásmány
Zoltán Ásmány 2 aylar önce
when miles shows up to the final battle, sneaks the goober away from peter and get's going to destroy the machine, he actually does the same one hand hang-elevating move on the machine's rotating part, that the other peter parker did at the beginning of the film!
Messy Match
Messy Match 2 aylar önce
This movie itself is a therapy. It never fails to put me in a good mood
Sarah2Cold 2 aylar önce
this movie has no right being as amazing as it is. I don't know who woke up one morning and simply decided to construct a masterpiece but they and everyone who helped construct it deserve far more recognition than they've already received. despite without a doubt going down as one of the greatest animated films of all time, I still feel like this movie is criminally underrated. I thought the hype would die down a few years after it's been out but really it feels like it only gets better on rewatch.
Ylyrra Aylar önce
So much this. The people making this film didn't have to make it THAT good, it still would have been amazing and made huge amounts of money, but nope, every single little detail they've tried to make as close to perfection as they could. Most great movies you can point at some aspect that was weaker than the rest, but this one just HAS no parts that are less than the others, it's just consistently excellent and boundary-pushing in everything it does. Even that reinforces the message of the film: don't strive to do what everyone else is doing, just do you, the very best you can; you'll be fine.
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Ecco3D 2 aylar önce
21:26 another thing I love about this scene is the glass breaking when he jumps. Earlier in the movie when Miles is stuck to Gwen's hair she tells him to relax to let go, but his anxiety wouldn't let him. In the same sense when Miles takes his leap of faith, he's too scared to let go of the building, but he breaks through the fear and jumps anyway by pulling the glass down with him.
Ines Sanchez
Ines Sanchez 2 aylar önce
As an animation major I am OBSESSED WITH THIS MOVIE even when it came out while I was finishing high school, I could not get enough of it!! I would download it on Netflix to watch it during classes, outings, anywhere if I wasn’t at home!! (I also learned that way that there’s a limit to how many times you can download a movie on Netflix for a YEAR and I used it up in less than half a year 😅😅) How Miles becomes Spider-Man is my favorite thing ever. The leap of faith, his new found confidence fighting alongside his spider friends- it’s so amazing to watch and experience over and over again
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Wolf Smith
Wolf Smith 2 aylar önce
Miles is the insecure everyperson here. He's in way over his head and has only the most vague idea of his purpose. But he rises to the occasion and not only decides to the do right thing, he explodes into the role. He has no idea what to do at first, but his first thought is to do GOOD. It's one reason why I love this movie. Miles knows what heroes are. Spiderman, his dad, the dedicated cop, his mom the medical professional. Miles knows what good IS, he just needs to figure out what good he can do.
Poi Lethe
Poi Lethe 2 aylar önce
And it's kinda validating that the entire time he has a support system. He has the spider support and the familial support. It's not an easy thing to do even with that. But it's validating that sometimes change comes from not just a demand for it, but because you have enough that you can choose it, that you aren't doing it out of desperation but because you want to do good, to do better. There's not enough of those stories out there.
September Renevers
September Renevers 2 aylar önce
Honestly he feels like one of the most accurate depictions of the emotions and trials of a teenager trying to come into who they are, against the opposition of who they were expected to be. Gets right into those feels.
Bombastic Catman
Bombastic Catman 2 aylar önce
@Infernez Zenith I'm always gonna be a Peter fan personally, but I still strongly believe that Miles will end up being a better Spider-Man purely for the fact that he enjoys being a hero. Like Nightwing is a better Batman, and Wally West is a better Flash than Barry, these legacy heroes has something that their role models don't have. They don't need to worry about gaining the people's trust the way the original has to, they get the benefit of having more resources before they even start out, and they get to learn from the mistakes their mentors make. If your student doesn't become better than you after you teach them, then frankly you're not a great teacher. I'm sure people will have different preferences for the type of story and character they prefer, but that's always gonna be how it is. What I'm saying is, if Marvel nurtures Miles' growth in popularity, I wouldn't be surprised if he ends up becoming more popular than Peter. Remember the JLU cartoon? Wally was the Flash for an entire generation or two, and could've stayed that way if DC didn't get nostalgic for Barry. That's the type of potential I'm talking about.
Tyrone Talam
Tyrone Talam 2 aylar önce
I cried during the leap of faith scene it was just the perfect culmination of everything he's experienced up until that point
Infernez Zenith
Infernez Zenith 2 aylar önce
​@Bombastic Catman Miles in the comic has little in resemblance to the miles depicted in this film, but that is beside the point. We have no idea of what Miles' Spiderman's origin story is. We know the Remi film's origin story and many comic version story, but not this Spiderman's story. Which is just fine, we just need to acknowledge we know nothing about this Spiderman other than he was well-liked and died. I think a key thing in this film's Spiderman is that this is a kind-of-sorta passing of the torch, but it is difficult to tell. We have another Spiderman, and whatever his origin story is, who acknowledges and mentors Miles. Miles is a good kid, but also stands on the shoulders of the previous Spiderman, using him as a role-model. A role model Peter didn't have. Peter Parker literally defines what it is to be Spiderman to Miles, as he is that world's first. If we accept that both original Spiderman has the same Uncle Ben dies story( we have couple reason to believe they share the same story), then that changes a few things, I think. Does that excuse Peter's selfishness? No, and it costs Peter as you point out - but these are two different characters with different temperaments, backstories, and family relations. I think the enjoyment of the two stories comes down to which you enjoy more: Peter: A person who isn't inherently virtuous, but learns to be better through effort and errors. Miles: A person who is inherently virtuous and has a role model in the previous incarnation of Spiderman to further help guide him. There is nothing wrong with either of these story lines, but to say that one is "Better" than the other seems a point of subjection based on the execution of each story. We also don't have a great idea of how Miles views being Spiderman in 'Into the Spiderverse" as he's been Spiderman for a couple days. It has impacted his life, but he hasn't had a chance on screen to really internalize it. We'll get to know him more in the second one, to which I look forward to.
Lampboi 1330
Lampboi 1330 2 aylar önce
I cry every time I watch this movie multiple times. What a masterpiece. Also, the moves that Miles does at the collider before the "We taught him that, right?" is a callback to Chris Pine's Spiderman and his influence on Miles as well, showing every Spiderman has left their mark on Miles. Love it.
bit& 2 aylar önce
I like how the falling-up shot captures the _feeling_ of falling, disorientation, and _scale_ in what he's doing. Outside of the thematics of the shot, it just does a beautiful job of putting the audience's mind in the moment.
Dead End Stories
Dead End Stories 2 aylar önce
Even out of context, the scenes of him listening to his dad, failing to summon his abilities and helping Peter B Parker move on still land as if I watched the movie all the way through. A beautiful movie
Talitha Suter
Talitha Suter 2 aylar önce
26:50 - Peter lets go before Miles does to demonstrate that he trusts him; he is putting Miles in control, allowing Miles to call the shots, and all to show that he now has confidence in his abilities.
Brown-Eyed Girl
Brown-Eyed Girl 2 aylar önce
THE GREATEST SHOT IN CINEMA HISTORY. The chills and goosebumps that I got during that scene I have never experienced with any other movie or TV show. It is absolutely brilliant and I will never get over it. The animation, the music, it being such an important moment... UGH. SO GOOD.
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Ribotto Studios
Ribotto Studios 2 aylar önce
"That's all it is Miles. A leap of faith." That single line has become one of the most iconic lines in Spider-Man history. And for good reason. It completely encompasses what it is to not only be Spider-Man, but to be a hero.
Ribotto Studios
Ribotto Studios 2 aylar önce
@Tyrant-Den and honestly I quite like it over with great power. It just hits harder.
Ica Rue
Ica Rue 2 aylar önce
I prefer Jona;s version because its more direct: "How do I know I'm ready? - You don't. That means there's growth to be had."
DrakeAurum 2 aylar önce
@Pristine Whens! Weird, I could swear there was this scene in the movie where Miles noped out of taking a jump off a building because it was too risky, literally backing off from a leap of faith, then stumbling when he instead attempted the smaller leap. Ah well, guess I must've imagined it.
Tyrant-Den 2 aylar önce
Considering how over played "with great power comes great responsibility" got for a while, it's nice to have new stuff in the rotation.
Elisha Wilson
Elisha Wilson 2 aylar önce
@Pristine Whens! Guess we didn't watch the same movie then because that's factually incorrect as he's been taking L's the whole film
Claire Ledingham
Claire Ledingham 2 aylar önce
These videos do SO MUCH for my mental health and they've taught me so many lessons. Whenever I need to reflect upon something I've done or am going to do the lessons from these videos ALWAYS help me do what's right for myself and for others. Thank you to cinema therapy for that and also for helping me annoy the f** out of friends and family by constantly talking about film techniques during movies. 💜💜
Therapist X
Therapist X 2 aylar önce
Wow. First-time viewer and now subscriber! Being a therapist, huge comic geek ,and a father of a 3 year old girl, I can't believe I'm only finding this channel. I seriously lost count on how many times I had to hold back the tears watching this reaction vid. It just hit me in the feels repeatedly. Bravo! 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
Danny Dezendorf
Danny Dezendorf 2 aylar önce
This movie is so great in so many ways, but hearing the tone in Miles' dad's voice when he says "something happened" (referring to uncle Aaron) just... hits so damn hard every time.
reikun86 2 aylar önce
Despite their rocky relationship, Miles' dad lost a brother that day (and not really knowing why.) I loved Miles' dad in this movie.
Lancer 2 aylar önce
When talking to Peter B. Parker before sending him into his universe, I saw Miles’ face wavering considering to repeat his advice, but I feel like that actually adds to the confidence
Eddie 2 aylar önce
The other thing about the Leap of Faith scene is that it's not even necessarily that Miles is Falling Up, but he's *rising.* It's quite possibly the most nerve-wracking, anxiety-inducing, sink or swim moment in Miles' whole life, and he's literally rising to the occasion. He's choosing to rise to the role of Spider-Man as himself instead of chasing after what Peter left behind.
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The Story Factory
The Story Factory 2 aylar önce
The scene of Miles dragging the depressed version of Peter across town while being chased as the "kid in a costume dragging a dead guy" was the hardest I've laughed at a movie in a LONG time.
Return of the Romans
Return of the Romans 2 aylar önce
When I re-watched that scene and caught that line, I had to pause the video I was laughing so hard. That one got me good. 🤣
TheOdinoki 2 aylar önce
Lol not even just “dead guy” but rather “a homeless corpse”
Zach Nash
Zach Nash 2 aylar önce
I love this movie and watch it over and over again from time to time. I recently just saw The Whale, please do an episode on it. It ripped me apart emotionally and I know a cinema therapy episode will do it again. I love you guys!
natasha8302 Aylar önce
This movie is so wonderful on multiple levels. Both the artistic twist in the animation and the storyline are just off the charts amazing.
Shame 2 aylar önce
Your intro gave me shivers guys. Goes to say this movie and it's music have such incredibly powerful tones, nearly anyone should be able to connect with it on an emotional level, and the way you just put into perspective why exactly that is is quite epic to be frank.
Logan Page
Logan Page 2 aylar önce
The scene that ends with the “I didn’t teach him that, and you definitely didn’t” is genius because Miles does things his own way, but if you notice how he gets there using something’s that he watched Peter Parker do the first time he was there. It’s uniquely him, but finally using mentorship as what it is, a tool.
Sharon T
Sharon T 2 aylar önce
What I love about this episode is that it's more about the filmmaking than it is about the therapy/human relationships. I understand the need for balance, but after some weeks of emotion-heavy content it was a nice relief. What a film, too. Hands down my favourite Spider-Man representation, regardless of medium. Thanks Team. Have an awesome New Year. 😄
Nathan Parker
Nathan Parker 2 aylar önce
This movie hit me so hard in high school. I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life and I was under immense pressure from my parents to go into a super tough field. It really helped me a lot
Nathan Parker
Nathan Parker 18 gün önce
I followed what my parents did, but in the last month I completely changed directions lol. I’m an English major now
G. F. S F55
G. F. S F55 2 aylar önce
So did you decide to go into that field or did you find something else?
Samira Miller
Samira Miller 2 aylar önce
What die you decide to do??🥰
C•rla æ
C•rla æ 2 aylar önce
As millennial this is all of what I wanted as a teenager & I'm so glad this movie could be part of *your* childhood 😭😭😭
ARandomTheatreKid Aylar önce
Watching this as a 15 year old who hasn’t seen this movie since it came out… yeah. Way, way too relatable. The pressures, mostly from yourself, and wanting to live up to your idols… there’s a lot more to it, but I won’t brain dump in a TRvid comment section. Great video as always!
Pedro Scoponi
Pedro Scoponi 2 aylar önce
25:59 Thing I love here: Sometimes we forget our own lessons, and need someone to say the thing we know back to us so we remember. I can't even count how many times I've told people it's okay to rely on others and ask for help, and then turned around and tried to solve my own problems all by myself.
Monita White
Monita White 2 aylar önce
I feel how close Alan is to crying 😭 One of the most emotional episodes for me
Meili R
Meili R 2 aylar önce
As an artist and fan of movies and superheroes, this movie is one of my all-time favorites. It's so filled with story, art, animation, EVERYTHING. I love the subtle details and the big moments. Thank you so much for covering this movie! I love this channel so much
NotNightFury 2 aylar önce
21:33 something you might've missed, when miles leaps some glass shards come off of the building which means he was scared to let go of the building but he pushed himself to leap off of it.
maccas 2 aylar önce
The subtle thing I like a lot about this movie is how Peter B. Parker is constantly trying to let himself die. I think that says a lot. He could easily take his own life, but he's trying to do it indirectly by staying behind and saving everyone else. That's often how suicidal people can act. They don't want to actively kill themselves, but will neglect their health and safety in the hopes something else will take care of them instead. They put this in a Spider-Man film. Just wow.
guerney2000 2 aylar önce
I think in one of the comics, MJ accused Peter of something like that, in that case she said that it's the reason why he never made any gauges or indicators of how much web does he have. That he's basically indirectly trying to die, pushing his luck more and more knowing that one day he'll run out at the worst moment
msk 2 aylar önce
Bonlino 2 aylar önce
It is also a reasonable idea to believe for himself. Miles isn't ready, and he doesn't want to go back to his own universe and face his demons, so staying in miles' universe is a decent option for him, his health be damned. He's justifying to himself that he's fine to stay and probably die because he's needed here and not where he came from. It's not just a suicide allegory.
boberta gert
boberta gert 2 aylar önce
I love the fact that some of the glass was stuck on his fingers (or shattered) really shows Miles' fear despite taking the leap of faith.
Havoc 2 aylar önce
When I originally saw this movie in theaters as a pre-teen, I was so captivated by the story, but never understood it by heart til I rewatched it, currently in my high school year. The ideas that Miles is going through a change in school due to the idea of expectations punched me in the gut because it is extremely hard not only for getting place to place but the weight to wanting to fulfill those and prove my worth to my parents and teachers that I worked hard to get where I have to be, and as a first born generation in America, I don’t have anyone to guide me or show me the ropes and techniques to survive. With all that stress with schoolwork and problems with friends, I was a literal time bomb wanting to leave. It wasn’t until rewatching this helped me realize that I don’t exactly have to exceed the expectations that my mentors want in their own way, but rather my own skills and strengths to help me, which is seen through Miles’ swinging techniques as he does more parkour through the process. It is true from the movie that almost anyone can wear the mask, as we’re all gonna become better people and do good for the world through the experiences that shape and mold us into who we become.
Jackie M
Jackie M 2 aylar önce
Another little detail I love in the "falling up" scene is when he's falling and whirling around to get his bearings, and when he finally turns his aim downward. The parallel panels that stomp across the screen of him "locking up," with the beats that go in time with the music. There's just something about that split-second moment that rocks my life so hard.
Cary Dominic Abejuro
One scene that really gets me every single time was when all the spider-people are in the spider-lair and they kept putting pressure on miles. When the pressure and the music swells, then everything stops and the rest of the spider-people talk about how Miles isn't ready, then Miles suddenly turned invisible and left...gosh that tears me up every time....
Olivia Kugler-Umana
Olivia Kugler-Umana 2 aylar önce
I love this film so much and that moment with his dad always make me emotional.
Clydesdale 2 aylar önce
20:00 A note about the music in this scene, at the climax they layered the movie's main theme (which may be the Spiderman theme) over "What's Up Danger", and it creates a such a triumphant and emotional score. I just. I just love that creativity.
Clydesdale 2 aylar önce
@Jeroz I feel the same! I can't listen to the original anymore, it feels too flat. I always listen to a fan edit.
JuriAmari 2 aylar önce
@JerozI agree. I wish they officially released the cinematic version. The fan edits come pretty close
Jeroz 2 aylar önce
yeah it also made What's Up Danger itself kind of hollow in some sense, because it doesn't have that strong throughline like in the movie
Christopher Broms
Christopher Broms 2 aylar önce
@Nightfall love sideways
Clydesdale 2 aylar önce
@Nightfall I think he was the one that made me notice it!
craazy. 2 aylar önce
21:40 Phil Lord and Chris Miller have stated that Miles isn’t falling in that shot. He’s rising.
Movie Hermit
Movie Hermit 2 aylar önce
Something else I love in the moment where he trips in the building and breaks the goober is how it all happened. He chose to go to the smaller building because he was scared, he played it safe which stopped it from being a leap of faith. He inherently didn’t trust in his own abilities and let his fear take over. And the thing that makes him fall is his untied shoes, something he said was a choice. The biggest mistake he made in that jump was that he was trying to be Peter’s Spider-man but was still just Miles. Those untied shoes represented who Miles was before the bite and he was still being that in the moment. From that point onward, he keeps his shoes tied because he learned. While he does make his own thing with the Spider-man mantle, he still took in what worked and what didn’t, as well as learning key points from the others that he applies in his own ways
JustAnArtist 2 aylar önce
Something you guys didn't touch on was that Miles went from being animated on 2s to being animated on 1s at the end of the movie when he finds his confidence. His movement is solid because he believes in himself now
Matthew Francisco
Matthew Francisco 2 aylar önce
The more I watch this movie the more amazing it gets, the more it means to me, and the more places where I want to cry happy tears.
JPachu16 2 aylar önce
I really liked how much y’all talked about the animation details (like miles being crunchy but better being smoother swinging) and other artistic details that I didn’t notice (like how the first time he saw the suit his face didn’t match up with the mask but later when he is able to control his powers, it does). I know usually y’all talk about things from a therapist viewpoint but I really loved how much details y’all pointed out that I never noticed. This is my favorite movie and those little things make it even better
Trina Q
Trina Q 2 aylar önce
I love the subtle symbolism behind each of Miles' leaps of faith. The first time he tries, his shoes are untied, representing that he hasn't yet matured into his Superhero role. They're tied during his next attempt, showing his newfound responsibility.
Fay Coleman
Fay Coleman 2 aylar önce
@Pristine Whens! It is though? L yes they did it for a joke but it was also a symbol of his immaturity.
Stefisgarden 2 aylar önce
@Pristine Whens! Did you miss the part where they said, in this very video, that there are no accidents in filmmaking, especially in animation? The shoelaces was 100% a deliberate choice by the animators. They were 100% going for "it's that deep."
Helen L
Helen L 2 aylar önce
@Pristine Whens! I think s because you're not joining in with the conversation in a positive way - you don't have to agree with everyone else, but you could tell us why you don't, then it would actually be contributing to the conversation, rather than just coming across like you're shitting on the OP's comment without reason. When Miles meets Peter, they have a conversation about his untied laces - a stylistic but potentially unsafe/impractical choice when being a spiderman. When he's truly ready for his leap of faith, he's prepped, got a suit that fits him and is customised so it's practical but still aesthetically him, no longer just a costume of Peter's, and he chooses to tie his laces (in the trainers which he's also spray-painted to match his suit). It's another visualisation of him learning from all the spider-peeps he's met, but choosing which of their things to use and how to make them his own. That's my view, anyway. Why do you think we're over-thinking/wrong about it? Why would they include it in the script and the animation otherwise? No accidents in animation - it's not just that someone in costume dept missed a memo and tied the laces for that scene and it was missed/left in. The animators had to purposely draw it in to the film. Don't you think they'd consider when/IF he might start tying them?
Zac S
Zac S 2 aylar önce
@Pristine Whens! I'm not sure that's the lesson here? Just try not to kill someone's fun like that. Unless we have a direct quote from the creators, realistically, we'll never know their intent. It's fun to discuss, speculate, and engage with the content though. It's exactly what Cinema Therapy does. Wishing you nothing but the best. 😊
Charlie P
Charlie P 2 aylar önce
I didn't catch that. Man, I love this movie. It's in the details.
Keika_Ashenpaw 2 aylar önce
The thing I love most about this movie is that Mile's "assension" scene is a direct reversal of his fail attemp ealier. Even right down the the direction the text moves as he falls.
Celeste Woodworth
Celeste Woodworth Aylar önce
I have loved that shot since I first saw it on the trailer posters, but I found something that just made it 10 times better to me. There was these directions about the shot, talking about how they wanted Miles to look. And the instructions read, "He isn't falling. He's rising." And it just made it so much more amazing.
Bookish Mushroom
Bookish Mushroom 2 aylar önce
The way that I cried like 5 times during this episode just goes to show me that this movie really is THAT good. Thank you for covering it!! Love the channel
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