I saw Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse in a 141-person Dolby Cinema at AMC Theater on Thursday, June 1st, at 2:30 CT. I went with my two children, and we got three lovely posters for paying a premium to see the film. Unfortunately, we arrived at 2:33 and most likely missed one trailer.
- Elemental (June 16)
- Blue Beetle (August 18)
- The Flash (Final Trailer) (June 16)
- Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken (June 30)
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem (New Trailer) (August 2)
- Transformers Brief Teaser
- Gran Turismo Actor Promo
- Gran Turismo (August 11)
- Start Time: 2:30
- Last Trailer End: 2:50
- Start of Movie (after Dolby Cinema & Kidman): 2:53
- End of Movie: 5:06
Movie Start Delay (Dolby Cinema): 23m
Non-Credit Runtime: 2h16m
This is what comic book movies should be. It is impressive what Sony Pictures did with its $100 Million budget. It genuinely feels like you are reading a comic book on screen. The art styles are awe-inspiring and constantly changing. The visuals enough would give this movie a passing grade, but the humor and storytelling make the two-hour runtime fly by.
You get an origin story, a romance, and a twist ending in one film. You grow attached to the characters, and instead of being frustrated at a cliffhanger like Fast X, you are excited to see what the studio will bring next.
I would elaborate more, but I don’t want to spoil anything. So rewatch the original, see these in Dolby Cinema, and have a fantastic time at the movies.