Two years after its release, Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse has been added to Netflix.

This quirky animated super-hero film tells the story of Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), a 15-year-old gifted student, and his involvement in saving the world.

He meets Spider-Man, along with a handful of Spider-Man equivalents from alternate universes. Miles must realise his potential and work side by side with them to defeat the evil King-Pin who plans on destroying the city.

The art style of this film is unlike anything else. It has a comic-book feel which gives it a wonderful, playful charm and references Spider-Man’s comic book origins.

The colours are bright and gorgeous and it’s full of exciting, unique moments with text popping up at times. This style is what truly elevates the film above most animated movies.

Daniel Pemberton’s work on the score is superb.

He creates an intense and suspenseful soundtrack while including more technological aspects to keep in line with the bright, modern feel of the film.

Throughout, the music accompanies the story perfectly and provides plenty of excitement.

Even if you’re not a fan of animated feature films, finding the time to watch this one is definitely worth it.