Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Synopsis: teenage spider man has to fight off the all knowing villian , walter white. Who is planning on detroying the world by brining all the walters together from diffrent universes. This causes the earth and universe itself to start to slowly implode. So teenage spiderman brings together other spidermen from diffrent univrse. Thus defeating walter and gaining peace once again
Genre: Action, Adventure
Year:
2018
8,190 Views


[♪♪♪]

PETER:
All right, let's do this one last time.

My name is Peter Parker.

I was bitten by a radioactive spider.

And for 10 years... [BRAKES SQUEAL]

I've been the one and only Spider-Man.

I'm pretty sure you know the rest.

With great power comes great responsibility.

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. [GROANING]

And I did, uh...

I did this.

♪ Get on up Get yourself together

Drive that funky soul ♪ 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.

♪ Spider-man Spider-man ♪ And a so-so popsicle.

I mean, I've looked worse.

But after everything... [GRUNTS]

I still love being Spider-Man.

I mean, who wouldn't?

So no matter how many hits I take...

[GRUNTS]

...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 lookin' at him.

[♪♪♪]

MILES:
♪ Ooh ♪

♪ Ooh, ooh, ooh ♪

[CLEARS THROAT]

Needless to say... ♪

[FLUBBING LYRICS]

Nevertheless Callin' it quits

♪ Now, baby, I'm a wreck ♪ RIO: Miles!

[CONTINUES FLUBBING LYRICS] Miles, papá, time for school!

Miles!

JEFFERSON:
Miles!

Miles! Yeah! Yeah?

JEFFERSON:
Are you finished packing for school?

Yeah.

Just ironing my last shirt.

[RIO SPEAKING SPANISH]

♪ You're a sunflower... ♪ [GRUNTS]

JEFFERSON:
Come on! You a grown man now.

Let's show these teachers that. RIO: Miles!

Where's my laptop? [RIO SPEAKS SPANISH]

If you want me to drive you, we gotta go now.

No, Dad, I'll walk.

Personal chauffeur going once. It's okay.

[SPEAKS SPANISH]

[IN ENGLISH] Miles! Gotta go. In a minute!

RIO:
Gotta go. In a minute!

[KISSES] Mom, I gotta go.

In a minute.

[KISSES] [GROANS]

[SPEAKS SPANISH]

[IN ENGLISH] See you Friday.

[SPEAKS SPANISH]

Look who's back. Yo, what's going on, bro?

Hey, I'm just walking by. How you doin'?

[SPEAKS SPANISH]

Yo, Miles! You feel that earthquake last night?

[IN ENGLISH] 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?

[MAN SINGING IN SPANISH]

Contra!

[SIREN CHIRPS]

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.

[LAUGHING] "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.

REPORTER [OVER TV]: There are multiple reports of another mysterious seismic event last night.

Sources close to Spider-Man say he's looking into the problem.

[SIGHS] 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.

JEFFERSON:
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.

[CAMERA SHUTTERS CLICKING]

♪ 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!

[♪♪♪]

[SIGHS]

I love you, Miles.

Yeah, I know, Dad. See you Friday.

[SIREN CHIRPS]

You gotta say "I love you" back. Dad, are you serious?

I wanna hear it. "I love you, Dad."

You wanna hear me say it?

You're dropping me off at a school.

"I love you, Dad." Look at this place.

"Dad, I love you."

[MILES SIGHS]

Dad, I love you.

That's a copy.

[STUDENTS LAUGHING] Tie your shoes, please.

[INDISTINCT CHATTER]

BOY 1:
"I love you, Dad."

Hey, good morning. How you doin'?

Weekend was short, huh? BOY 2: "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

[BELL RINGS] ♪ 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.

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