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twesterm said:
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.

A) Where the F have you been man?

B) So far it has made $103 Million Domestically and $109 Million at the Foreign Box Office for a Worldwide total of $213 Million so far.

https://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=animatedspider-man.htm

 

The film is just getting started at the box office. I do not know where you guys are getting the idea that it is a failure from. It's done as well as expected so far. It increased 11% from last weekend to this weekend at the box office. It is expected to play well into January which is a weak month for new releases. It should easily pass the $170 million mark of Hotel Transylvania 2 to become Sony Pictures Animation top grossing movie in the USA ever. It has a great chance of passing the $202 million that Amazing Spider-Man 2 made in the US even though that movie cost way more. From there it is not a stretch to pass Venom at $213 Million. This movie is doing great so far!



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Wow, it has made that much? That's great! Someone had told me a few weeks ago it did really badly opening weekend and I just believed them.



COKTOE said:

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.

I thought this would be a problem, but I hardly noticed it during the movie.



Signalstar said:
twesterm said:
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.

A) Where the F have you been man?

B) So far it has made $103 Million Domestically and $109 Million at the Foreign Box Office for a Worldwide total of $213 Million so far.

https://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=animatedspider-man.htm

 

The film is just getting started at the box office. I do not know where you guys are getting the idea that it is a failure from. It's done as well as expected so far. It increased 11% from last weekend to this weekend at the box office. It is expected to play well into January which is a weak month for new releases. It should easily pass the $170 million mark of Hotel Transylvania 2 to become Sony Pictures Animation top grossing movie in the USA ever. It has a great chance of passing the $202 million that Amazing Spider-Man 2 made in the US even though that movie cost way more. From there it is not a stretch to pass Venom at $213 Million. This movie is doing great so far!

Yeah it is doing great when you evaluate it on its own. But compared to many animated movies this deserves far more. 



29/08/14:

PS4 will sell 25 million units before 31st of March!

Edit: I didn't state what year! HAHA, so I'm still right in some sense

One of the best super hero movies ever! Best Spiderman movie and my favorite movie this year.



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jigokutamago said:
COKTOE said:

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.

I thought this would be a problem, but I hardly noticed it during the movie.

The biggest problem I had was the depth of field thing they did.  Every time they blur the foreground it looks like you're trying to watch a 3D movie without the glasses which just felt weird, but that was only a minor complaint.  Everything else was pretty brilliant.



It should have been released a couple of weeks earlier and it would have performed better at the box office. That being said its doing better then Bumblebee and Mary Poppins Returns and both of those had much bigger budgets.



Spider-Man Into The Spiderverse just won the Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature! Woo Hoo! We all know Incredibles 2 was unnecessary.



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Nice win hope it wins at the Academy Awards also.



One of my favorite movies released this year, and the best Spider-man movie! It was such a well made film with gorgeous visuals, great story, fun soundtrack, and clever writing. It makes me hope they do a sequel!