Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse blew us away! This may be the best Spider-man movie ever. It was genius how they brought together so many “new” heroes to the movie-going audience and they made it work (too bad other superhero movies can’t always do the same). The story was incredible with great voice talents and surrounding everything was amazing animation that was like a comic book come to life.
Lessons Learned from Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse
Sky: Make the best of the situation you’re in.
- Miles Morales didn’t like going to that school and didn’t want to be Spider-man. But, both happened to him and by the end he accepted each and tried to make the most out of them.
Dusty: With great power comes great responsibility.
- When you’re blessed with something other people don’t have, you’ve got a responsibility to do something good with it.
Sky: We learn best by doing.
- Miles was forced to be Spider-man in order to survive. Getting out there and doing will teach you more in life than any book can.
Dusty: With great responsibility comes great need for resolution.
- You’ve got to know what you stand for in order to exercise your power for the betterment of others.
Loved the new Spider-peeps in this movie
Sky: You are never truly ready for the most important things in life. You just learn to deal with or survive those things.
- Miles could never be ready for being Spider-man, but when it came, he worked through it and survived. A real-life example is having kids. Sure, people can tell you what to expect but that’s never going to fully prepare you for what parenthood is like. You’ve just got to learn to deal with it as it happens.
Dusty: Great need for resolution comes great need for action.
- Following through with your great power, responsibility and resolve requires taking action and doing what you know needs doing.
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You know a movie is good when the Rotten Tomatoes critics score and the audience are both over 95%: Audience at 95% and critics at 97%.
Sky has chosen Bumblebee as the next movie we’ll learn from.
If you missed it, last week we discussed Thor (2011).