'Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse' Quarantine Watch Party: Fans pick favorite moments from the animated film
Emotional fans watched 'Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse' and shared how the movie always leaves them in tears
Quarantine watch parties are an actual thing now. In the face of the sweeping coronavirus pandemic, filmmakers have conducted these watch parties for fans and provide little pieces of trivia at crucial scenes.
Just a while ago, Joe and Anthony Russo conducted the watch party for 'Avengers: Infinity War' and 'Avengers: Endgame', causing quite an exciting storm on Twitter. Today, it's 'Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse'.
Instead of taking the well-known route of Peter Parker, we take a look at the life of Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore), who is bitten by a spider and follows the usual emotions that we are well-aware of.
And of course, he learns that with great power comes great responsibility. The film was appreciated by critics and loved by fans as well.
Fans were seen gushing about the animated feature on Twitter. "Saw #SpiderVerse again tonight for a #QuarantineWatchParty Still one of the best-animated movies ever made No doubt about it Thank you @[email protected]@philiplord and all the talented people behind Spiderverse for this amazing film," tweeted a fan.
"I love this movie That's all I can really say, dude I love the f**k out of this movie," another emotional fan wrote. Fans shared favorite scenes and iconic shots from the film, one of them being the fight between Miles and Kingpin.
"ANYWAY, I just have to skip to the end bc I want to have dinner but Miles vs King Pin was & his awkward cute convo w/his dad then everyone just accepting him as the new Spider-Man & him being confident about it?! YES. I LOVE THAT. #SpiderVerse #QuarantineWatchParty," tweeted a fan.
"I literally cry at this moment every time I watch this film & I teared up at this tweet. Peter Parker's Spider-Man taught me to love comics. Seeing a biracial kid like me become Spider-Man, & then on top of that tell me that I could wear the mask?" a teary fan responded to another quote from the film.
"'Anyone can wear the mask. You can wear the mask. If you didn't know that before, I hope you do now.' #SpiderVerse #QuarantineWatchParty," the fan added.
"The super-collider pulling in fragments of inter-dimensional Brooklyn is such a great setpiece for the final battle, as it lets Miles use a lot of Brooklyn iconography in the fight to show intertwined how his character is with Brooklyn as a whole #SpiderVerse #QuarantineWatchParty," fan pointed out.
A fan wrote that it was the "truest" Spider-Man film out there. "Just like to take this moment to remind everyone that we have never had a truer Spider-Man movie then #SpiderVerse It is the best Spider-Man movie and best comic book film. The animation, characters, world, sound design and so much more."
"'YOU can wear the mask. If you didn't know that before I hope you do now' The line is delivered with so much heart and the right amount of camp and it encapsulates what the film is about so well," quoted a fan.
What's your favorite moment from the film? Type in the comments below!