spiderman parallel universe

Friedrich 2022-04-21 09:01:16

The core story of "Spider-Man Parallel Universe" is a 13-year-old boy Miles who is in a difficult period. After transferring to an elite high school without preparation, he is confused about his identity transition, confused about his academic burden, and uncomfortable in interpersonal relationships. , Under all kinds of pressure, he had the intention of quitting, and he just skipped school and went to play with the gangster uncle. Miles' family and friends have given him support and encouragement during this very special time. He has gained some important things and lost some important things. This experience has made him recognize and establish his own position and brave to become an elite. students, and strode forward. The important thing is not the coolness of the picture, but the love and respect given by loved ones to Miles when he changed drastically, and the latter is more rare than the former.

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  • Ashleigh 2022-04-24 07:01:02

    Favorite superhero movie of the year, and probably the only superhero movie I've ever liked. I thought that the biggest attraction would be the super cool visual style, but I didn't expect to be caught by the core of youth films. I really can't watch youth movies, how can I be so gentle... I cried until the end and ran away.

  • Reyes 2022-03-18 09:01:02

    PP&MJ's old CP fan cried with excitement, I will always love this good neighbor

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse quotes

  • Peter Parker: Listen, we gotta team up here, we don't have that much time.

    [drops USB drive into Miles' hand]

    Peter Parker: 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.

    Miles Morales: [overwhelmed with information] What?

    Peter Parker: If he turns the machine on again, everything you know will disappear. Your family, everyone. *Everyone*. Promise me you'll do this.

    Miles Morales: I promise.

    Peter Parker: Go! Destroy the collider! I'll come and find you!

    [as Miles exits]

    Peter Parker: It's gonna be ok.

  • [when Miles was tied up in a chair and muffled with webbing after Peter and the other Spider-People left]

    Jefferson Davis: [knocks on the door, outside Miles' dorm] Miles? Miles, it's your dad. Please open the door.

    [Miles struggles to break free, but stops, listening to his father outside the door]

    Jefferson Davis: Miles, I can see your shadow moving around. Yeah. Okay, I get it. I get it. Still ignoring me. Look, can we talk for a minute? Something happened...

    [Miles was feeling sad to hear this]

    Jefferson Davis: Look, sometimes... people drift apart, Miles. And I don't want that to happen to us, okay? Look, I know I don't always do what you need me to do or say what you need me to say, but I... I see this... this spark in you, it's amazing, it's why I push you. But it's yours, and whatever you choose to do with it, you'll be great.

    [Miles comes closer to the door and listened to this]

    Jefferson Davis: Look; call me when you can, okay? I love you. You don't have to say it back, though.

    [Miles isn't able to respond due to being tied up and muffled, and his father knocked on the door as a farewell to him, walking off]