Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

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Genre: Action, Adventure
Year:
2018
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Peter Parker / Spider-Man [narrating]: Alright, let's do this one last time. My name is Peter Parker. I was bitten by a radioactive spider, And for ten years, I've been the one and only Spider-Man. I’m pretty sure you know the rest.

Ben Parker:
With great power, comes great responsibility.

Peter Parker [narrating]: I saved a bunch of people, fell in love, saved the city, and then I saved the city again, and again and again, and again. And I did, uh... I did this. [cuts to Peter doing the dance from Spider-Man 3] We don’t really talk about this. Look, I'm a comic book, I'm a cereal, did a Christmas album. I have an excellent theme song.

TV show:
Spider-Man, Spider-Man...

Peter Parker [narrating]: And a... a so-so popsicle. I mean, I've looked worse. But after everything, I still love being Spider-Man. I mean, who wouldn't? So no matter how many hits I take, I always find a way to come back. Because the only thing standing between this city and oblivion is me. There's only one Spider-Man, and you're looking at him.

Ooh

Ooh, ooh, ooh

Needless to say...

Nevertheless

Callin' it quits

- Now, baby, I'm a wreck

- RIO:
Miles!

Miles, pap, time for school!

Miles!

Miles!

- Miles!

- Yeah! Yeah?

Are you finished

packing for school?

Yeah.

Just ironing my last shirt.

You're a sunflower...

Come on! You a grown man now.

- Let's show these teachers that.

- Miles!

Where's my laptop?

If you want me to drive you,

we gotta go now.

No, Dad, I'll walk.

- Personal chauffeur going once.

- It's okay.

- Miles! Gotta go.

- In a minute!

- Gotta go.

- In a minute!

Mom, I gotta go.

In a minute.

See you Friday.

Look who's back.

Yo, what's going on, bro?

Hey, I'm just walking

by. How you doin'?

Yo, Miles! You feel

that earthquake last night?

What you talkin' about?

I slept like a baby last night.

- How's that new school?

- So easy.

- We miss you, Miles.

- You miss me? I still live here!

Wait, you miss me?

Contra!

Oh, come on.

Seriously, Dad.

Walking would've been fine.

You can walk plenty

on Saturday

when you peel

those stickers off.

You saw that?

I don't know if that was me.

And the two from yesterday

on Clinton.

Yeah, those were me.

Look at that.

Another new coffee shop.

- You see that?

- Totally. Yeah.

- What's that one called?

- Foam Party.

"Foam Party"? Come on.

And everyone is just linin' up.

You see that?

I see it.

Is that a coffee shop

or a disco?

Dad, you're old, man.

There are multiple reports

of another mysterious

seismic event last night.

Sources close to Spider-Man say

he's looking into the problem.

Spider-Man. I mean,

this guy swings in once a day,

zip-zap-zop in his little mask

and answers to no one. Right?

Yeah, Dad. Yeah.

Meanwhile,

my guys are out there,

- lives on the line, no masks.

- Uh-huh.

- We show our faces.

- Speed up. I know these kids.

With great ability

comes great accountability.

That's not even

how the saying goes.

I do like his cereal, though.

I'll give him that.

Oh, my gosh.

Don't cops run red lights?

Oh, yeah, some do.

But not your dad.

My memories keep begging

For someone else

I know this feeling, yes

I know it very well

Why can't I go back

to Brooklyn Middle?

You've given it

two weeks.

We're not having

this conversation.

I just think that

this new school is elitist.

- "Elitist"?

- And I would prefer to be

at a normal school

among the people.

"The people"?

These are your people.

I'm only here 'cause

I won that stupid lottery.

No way. You passed the entry

test just like everybody else.

You have an opportunity here.

You wanna blow that?

You wanna end up

like your uncle?

What's wrong with Uncle Aaron?

He's a good guy.

We all make choices in life.

It doesn't feel

like I have a choice right now.

You don't!

Jefferson Morales: I love you, Miles.

Miles Morales:
Yeah, I know, Dad. See you Friday.

[as Miles turns to walk into school, Jefferson sounds his police alarm and uses his police speakers to get Miles's attention]

Jefferson:
You gotta say "I love you" back.

Miles:
Dad, are you serious?

[Everyone around stops and looks at them]

Jefferson:
I want to hear it.

Miles:
You want to hear me say...

Jefferson:
"I love you, Dad".

Miles:
You’re dropping me off at school...

Jefferson:
"I love you, Dad".

Miles:
Look at this place!

Jefferson:
"Dad, I love you".

Miles:
[sighs] Dad, I love you.

Jefferson:
That's a copy. [as he drives off] Tie your shoes, please!

"I love you, Dad."

Hey, good morning.

How you doin'?

- Weekend was short, huh?

- "That's a copy."

Oh, my gosh!

This is embarrassing.

We wore the same jacket.

Hey. Your shoe's untied.

Yeah, I'm aware.

It's a choice.

Theory is that

All matter is composed

Of at least three

Fundamental particles

Who can solve this for XY?

And that is known

as a syllogism.

Read two chapters

of Great Expectations.

A take-home quiz

on volumetric pressure.

Five-page essay

with your conclusions stressed.

...countless other possibilities.

There could be a universe

where I am wearing red.

Or wearing leather pants.

[Miles tries to sneak in the class as they are watching something on a projector]

Miss Calleros:
Mr. Morales. Moving in the dark. You’re late again.

Miles Morales:
Einstein said time was relative, right? Maybe I’m not late. Maybe you guys are early.

[Gwen chuckles]

Gwen Stacy:
Sorry. It was just so quiet.

Miss Calleros:
Would you like to keep standing there, or do you want to sit down?

Our universe is, in fact,

one of many parallel universes

happening

at the exact same time.

Thanks to everyone here at

the Fisk Family Foundation...

- I liked your joke.

- Really?

I mean, it wasn't funny.

That's why I laughed.

But it was smart,

so I liked it.

I don't think

I've seen you before.

Every choice that we make

would create countless

other possibilities.

A what-if to infinity.

A zero?

A few more of those,

you'd probably have

to kick me outta here, huh?

Maybe I'm just not right

for this school.

If a person wearing a blindfold

picked the answers

on a true-or-false quiz

at random,

do you know

what score they would get?

- 50%?

- That's right!

The only way to get

all the answers wrong

is to know

which answers are right.

You're trying to quit.

And I'm not gonna let you.

I'm

assigning you a personal essay.

Not about physics,

but about you,

and what kind of person

you want to be.

- Unh. Unh

- Unh. Unh

Come on

Ha, sicker than

Your average

Poppa twist cabbage

Off instinct

Don't think

My Detroit players, timbs for

My hooligans in Brooklyn

Dead right, if the head

Right, Biggie there e'rynight

Never lose, never choose to

Bruise crews who

- Do something to us...

- Come on

Uncle Aaron!

Hey! Were you scared?

You want that?

What's up with school?

Going great!

Got tons of friends.

You can't tell me

it's all that bad there.

Smart girls

is where it's at.

Place must be full of 'em.

No, there's no one.

Yo, I can't have

no nephew of mine

on the streets

with no game.

Hey, I got game.

There's a new girl.

Actually, you know,

she's kinda into me.

You know how it is.

What's her name?

You know, we layin'

down the groundwork right now.

You know about

the shoulder touch?

'Course I do.

But tell me anyway.

Tomorrow, find that girl.

You walk up to her and be like:

"Hey."

You serious, Uncle Aaron?

I'm tellin' you, man,

it's science.

So walk up to her

and be like:
"Hey."

No, no, no, no.

Like:
"Hey."

"Hey."

No. "Hey."

"Hey."

You sure you my nephew, man?

Is that her?

I should probably go.

Still got a paper to do tonight.

Yo, you been holdin' out on me?

You throw these up yet?

Naw, man. You know

my dad. I can't.

Come on. I got a spot

you ain't gon' believe.

Naw, I can't.

I can't. Can't.

I'm gonna get

in so much trouble.

Hey, man. Tell him

your art teacher made you.

How'd you know

about this place?

Did an engineering

job down here.

One, two, three

Four, five...

What's up?

Yeah, man,

I knew we were related.

Whoa!

Brooklyn!

There's a lot of

history on these walls.

This is so fresh.

And now

you on your own, Miles.

Whoa, slow down a little.

That's better.

Who's the black sheep?

What's the black sheep?

Don't know who I am

When I'm coming so you sleep

See what you got now?

Makin' mistakes is part of it.

And you can't beat that...

The real Miles

comin' outta hidin'.

You gotta hay?

It's for the hoes

Now you can cut that line

with another color.

You can get with this

Or you can get with that

You can get with this or

You can get with that

You can get with this

Or you can get with that

I think you'll get with this

For this is where it's at

Little help?

...who was quite contrary

Talkin' 'bout Mary...

Did you want drips?

'Cause if you do, that's cool,

but if you don't,

you gotta keep it moving.

That's intentional.

- Wow.

- Is it too crazy?

No, man.

Miles, I see exactly

what you're doing there.

Yeah. You know,

me and your dad used

to do this back in the day.

- Stop lyin'.

- It's true.

Then he took on the cop thing,

and I don't know...

He's a good guy, just...

You know

what I'm sayin'.

All right, come on, man.

I gotta roll.

(

Miles, let's go.

That's weird.

My pants shrank.

I think I hit puberty.

I gotta get new pants.

Wait. Why is the voice

in my head so loud?

What?

- Oh! Are you okay?

- What?

Why am I so sweaty?

Why are you so sweaty?

It's a puberty thing.

I don't know why I said that.

I'm not going through puberty.

I did, but I'm done.

I'm a man.

So you're, like, new

here, right? We got that in common.

Yeah. That's one thing.

Cool. Yeah. I'm Miles.

I'm Gwe... anda.

Wait, your name is Gwanda?

Yes, it's African.

I'm South African.

No accent though

'cause I was raised here.

Do the shoulder

touch now before she walks away.

Why is this so scary?

Am I doing this in slow motion

or does it just feel that way?

I'm kidding. It's Wanda.

No "G." That's crazy. Heh.

Hey.

Okay, then.

I'll see you around.

Oh. See you.

- Sorry. Um...

- Hey.

- Oh, crap.

- Can you let go, please?

- I can't let go.

- Ow! Ow! Calm down. It's fine.

- Miles, let go.

- Workin' on it.

It's just puberty.

I don't think you know

what puberty is. Just relax.

- Okay, I have a plan.

- Great.

- I'm gonna pull really hard.

- That's a terrible plan.

- One.

- Don't do this.

- Two.

- Three!

Nice to meet you?

Sure. Total pleasure.

No one saw. It's okay.

No one knows, no one knows.

Everyone knows.

Everyone knows.

They're talkin' 'bout me.

They saw everything!

He knows. She knows. They know.

Wow, she's super tall.

Why is he smiling?

Am I the weird guy now?

What am I doing?

That guy's

such a weirdo.

How do I stop?

[referring to the school kids]

Miles Morales:
Can they hear my thoughts?! Why are all my thoughts so loud?!

[bumps into the security guard]

Brooklyn Visions Security Guard: I know you snuck out last night, Morales.

[thinking to himself]

Miles Morales:
Play dumb!

[out loud]

Miles Morales:
Who’s Morales?

[thinking to himself]

Miles Morales:
Not that dumb!

Hey!

Okay, okay. You're okay.

You're okay.

He'll never find you.

No.

Ow!

What are you doing

in my office, Morales?!

Morales! Open up!

Oh, Spider-bells

Goblin smells

Why is this happening?

Spider-buggy blew a tire

He's got

a nice voice.

Spidey-bells, Spidey-bells

Open up!

Stop sticking!

Keep sticking, Miles! Oh!

Hofstadter

is suggesting...

...is that we...

...look on the...

Okay.

My room!

"Why is this happening?"

"Please stop sticking."

"Please keep st..."

Wait, wait, wait.

How could there be

two Spider-Men?

There can't be two Spider-Men.

Can there?

Come on, Uncle

Aaron, pick up. Pick up!

Yo, it's Aaron.

I'm outta town for a few days.

I'll hit you when I'm back.

Peace.

No. No-No-No-No-No.

It's not possible!

It's just puberty.

It's a normal spider

and I'm a normal kid!

All right!

I gotta tell someone.

Okay, you're being crazy, Miles.

You're being crazy.

Find the spider.

You'll see.

It's a normal spider.

It's, like, boring

how normal this spider is.

I'm right here.

Why is this happening to me?

Slow down! What am I doing?

Way over there.

You're like me.

Miles. Look out.

I don't wanna be a hero.

Miles.

Whoa!

Norman, listen to me.

Spider-Man?

I cannot let you open a portal

to another dimension.

Brooklyn is not zoned

for that.

It's not up to me.

Is that Green Goblin?!

Why won't you quit?!

I guess I like Brooklyn not

being sucked into a black hole.

I think I'm gonna go.

Staten Island, maybe.

Not Brooklyn.

No! No!

Whoa!

What now?

What is this place?

Did you know your shoes

are untied?

- Uh-huh.

- This is a onesie,

so I don't really

have to worry about it.

I thought I was the only one.

You're like me.

I don't wanna be.

I don't think

you have a choice, kiddo.

Got a lot going through

your head, I'm sure.

Yeah.

You're gonna be fine.

I can help you.

If you stick around,

I can show you the ropes.

Yeah.

I just need to destroy

this big machine real quick

before the space-time

continuum collapses.

Don't move.

See you in a bit.

How does he do that?

Is it here?

No, no, it's here.

All right, folks.

I always get this wrong.

Oh, boy.

Prowler.

Man, I was in

the middle of something.

I am so tired.

Are you mad at me?

I feel like you're mad at me.

That all you got?

Aw, so gross.

I should go

up there and help him.

Who am I kidding?

I should not do that.

Watch out.

Here comes the Spider-Man.

You like my new toy?

Cost me a fortune, but, hey,

can't take it with you, right?

You came all this way.

Watch the test.

It's a hell of a freaking

light show.

You're gonna love this.

No! No,

don't do this! Stop!

You don't know what it can do!

You'll kill us all!

I see multiple

dimensions opening!

That was three, four

and five separate dimensions.

It's unstable! We should stop.

Norm, what's your take

on head trauma?

I tried to warn you, pal.

Goblin, no!

Get him outta there!

Wilson! Where are we?

Really weird.

Wilson!

Hey! Are you okay?

I'm fine, I'm fine.

I'm just resting.

- Can't you get up?

- Yeah.

Yeah, I always get up.

The coughing's

probably not a good sign.

Find him. Now.

Listen, we gotta team up here.

We don't have that much time.

This override key is the only

way to stop the collider.

Swing up there, use this key,

push the button and blow it up.

You need to hide your face.

You don't tell anyone

who you are.

No one can know. He's got

everyone in his pocket.

If he turns

the machine on again,

everything you know

will disappear.

Your family, everyone.

Everyone.

Promise me you'll do this.

I promise.

Go. Destroy the collider.

I'll come and find you.

It's gonna be okay.

Tombstone.

We're done with tests.

Get that thing ready

to go again. And soon.

Run faster!

These guys are weak.

I'd say it's nice

to see you again, Spider-Man,

but it's not.

Hey, Kingpin.

How's business?

Boomin'. Heh.

Nice. Aw, that's a no-no.

This might open a

black hole under Brooklyn.

It can't be worth the risk.

It's not always

about the money, Spider-Man.

Don't you wanna know

what I saw in there?

Wait.

I know

what you're trying to do,

and it won't work.

They're gone.

Get rid of the body.

What was that?

Kill that guy.

Stop sticking!

Stand clear

of the closing doors, please.

[referring to the glitched streetlight]

Brooklyn Bystander: Yeah, I think it’s a Banksy.

Police! Put your hands up!

Miles? Miles?

Why aren't you

at school?

Whoa, whoa, whoa.

It's okay. It's okay.

Miles?

Qu te pasa?

Is it the earthquake?

Can I sleep here tonight?

Miles.

It's a weeknight.

You made a commitment

to that school.

He's upset.

Of course you can stay.

- Dad?

- Yeah.

Do you really hate

Spider-Man?

Yeah. I mean, with

a vigilante, there is...

Jeff, mi amor.

What? He asked me.

Baby, you know how I feel

about Spider-Man. Come on.

T sabes que

l te quiere mucho.

That's why he's tough on you.

You know that, right?

Mom, do you ever think

about moving out of Brooklyn?

Our family doesn't run

from things, Miles.

Yeah, I know.

What's that about?

He's having a hard time, Jeff.

When it gets hard,

that's when

he's gotta stick it out.

We interrupt this

broadcast for a special report.

Sad news tonight.

The hero known as Spider-Man

has died

after injuries related to

another powerful earthquake

in Brooklyn.

Multiple sources are confirming

that Peter Parker,

a 26-year-old grad student

and part-time photographer

operated as Spider-Man

for at least a decade.

I'm not runnin'

Runnin', runnin'

No, I'm not afraid

Of the fall

I'm not scared...

He is survived

by his wife, Mary Jane,

and his aunt, May Parker.

Our hero, Spider-Man, is gone.

I'm not scared...

My husband, Peter Parker,

was an ordinary person.

He always said it could've been

anyone behind the mask.

He was just the kid

who happened to get bit.

I'm going to miss him.

Yeah.

We were friends,

you know.

Can I return it

if it doesn't fit?

It always fits

eventually.

He didn't ask for his powers,

but he chose to be Spider-Man.

My favorite thing about Peter

is that he made us each

feel powerful.

We all have powers

of one kind or another.

Of the dark...

But in our own way.

We are all Spider-Man.

And we're all

counting on you.

They're counting on me.

Probably not you specifically.

I think it's a metaphor.

I'm sorry, Mr. Parker.

That thing you gave me,

that key

I think I really messed it up.

I wanna do what you asked.

I really do.

But I'm sorry.

I'm not sure I'm the guy.

I can't do this without you.

Hey, kid...

Whoa!

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