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elazz said:
Mordred11 said:
It's the best Spider-Man movie and the second best superhero movie ever, behind The Dark Knight. I was really happy walking out of the theater. I wish it would be doing twice as good as it is at the box office.

Well, it's gonna do relatively well actually and has a change to become Sony Animation's highest domestic earner. Since it's the vacation period every day is a big earner. It will do 110m by the end of the weekend and if it performs similarly (including slight drop) next week as it did this week then it would reach around 135m. I think that's the point where it will start to drop a bit more through January but it would only need another 35m to surpass Hotel Transylvania.

When it comes to the global release most of them had release date last week with just a couple markets left including Japan to release so I'm not sure how it will be but unfortunately I don't think it will surpass Hotel Transylvania 3 or Smurfs. Regardless if it will do similar results at the domestic box office or slightly higher we can look at a final haul of 370m to 400m

That would be great but obviously this deserves much more. 

Yeah, I'm not saying it's doing bad at the box office, but when you see how much money a monster like Incredibles 2 pulls in, you can't help but want at least half of that cash pie for your favorite animated movie of the year.



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Even with Infinity War, Incredibles 2, Black Panther, Deadpool 2, ect. this still manages to be my favorite super hero movie of the year. Actually, one of my favorite movies in general.



I made the mistake of letting myself to get overhyped by it and so coming in my expectations were too high.  So I was kinda expecting a little bit more.

Nevertheless, I had a great time watching it and would certainly put it as my second favorite Spiderman movie.



I had extremely low expectations though. An animated superhero movie didn't sound very good to me. But, as it turns out, I liked it a lot. I wish I had seen it in 3D though. It looks to me like it would have made good use of that technology. So, to anyone here that hasn't yet seen it, spend an extra few bucks for the 3D experience



Mordred11 said:
It's the best Spider-Man movie and the second best superhero movie ever, behind The Dark Knight. I was really happy walking out of the theater. I wish it would be doing twice as good as it is at the box office.

I've heard people say it's better than Dark Knight.
That's quite the high praise. I'm very interested in seeing it now, and will check it out some time this week.



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I'm not overly interested in seeing it, but will watch it some day. TBH, I was kinda shocked at how "choppy" the animation appears to be, but from what I gleaned in a bit of research, it was an artistic choice to make it animate as it does, as opposed to the constraints of a small budget, or lack of talent. The art style itself is fine, but I find the animation unappealing.



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Clank said:
I was a bit disappointed by homecoming (I found it really boring after some time) but reading your reviews Ill give this one a chance!

As someone who thought Homecoming was mediocre, Spiderverse was up there with Infinity War as one of 2018's best. It's arguably the best Spiderman movie ever, and I really like most of them.

It's not doing too well at the box office right now and that's a shame. But seeing the massive amount of competition, I can kinda see why, even though it's better than everything else out right now.



StriderKiwi said:
Clank said:
I was a bit disappointed by homecoming (I found it really boring after some time) but reading your reviews Ill give this one a chance!

As someone who thought Homecoming was mediocre, Spiderverse was up there with Infinity War as one of 2018's best. It's arguably the best Spiderman movie ever, and I really like most of them.

It's not doing too well at the box office right now and that's a shame. But seeing the massive amount of competition, I can kinda see why, even though it's better than everything else out right now.

Hmm, I guess you cant compare its numbers with pixar or walt disney studios and all their marketing. The hype for this movie was much less but I think it will reach good numbers!



I saw it this weekend and really loved it. Really I thought all the good superhero movies already came out this year, and then this one comes in for a strong finish. Right now what I am really trying to figure out if I should call 2018 the "year of the Spider-Man" or "year of the super hero".

For "Spider-Man" we had the following this year: Infinity War, Venom, Spiderverse and the PS4 game

For "super hero" we had: Black Panther, Infinity War, Antman and the Wasp, Incredibles 2, Deadpool 2, Venom, Aquaman, Teen Titans, and Spiderverse

Pretty impressive either way.



It's amazing and sad they spent 90 million on this movie.

Amazing because we got one of the most visually impressive movies I've ever seen. Sad because it will never make that money back and be seen as a failure.

Also, it was a pretty damn good Spider-Man movie.