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Consider watching not just one web-slinger but five of them in the animated "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse".The film gleefully scrambles the notion there can be only one friendly neighborhood Spider-Man and offers the exciting idea that he can be anyone."Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" does what comics and graphic novels have long experimented with, but this time makes the leap to the big screen.If Cate Blanchett can play Bob Dylan in a movie, why not offer us a new look on Spidey?Produced by Phillip Lord and Christopher Miller, the duo behind "The Lego Movie," this Spider-Man saga pops with outstanding animation, constantly changing its styles. There's a fedora-wearing, black-and-white Spider-Man Noir (Nicolas Cage) who has been teleported from battling Nazis.Directors Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey and Rodney Rothman -- Rothman and Phil Lord wrote the story -- also ground the tale with a great soundtrack featuring Elliphant, Run-DMC, The Notorious B.I.G., James Brown and Nicki Minaj.
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