The greatest thing about any Spider-Man movie is the wit and humor of our web slinging friend and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse just so happens to have six of them bouncing off of each other.

And while many superhero films can feel bloated with characters and exposition, this latest Spider-Man movie manages to not only bring to life Miles Morales but also develops a multi-dimensional universe where different iterations of your favorite characters can exist.

Into the Spider-Verse focuses on Miles as he comes to grips with the knowledge that he has to assume the mantle of Spider-Man. While this is a story we've seen on the silver screen at least three times it feels new because it's not Peter Parker.

Miles is just one of many "Spider-beings" that give audiences a chance to connect with the superhero in different ways. Gwen Stacy also appears as Spider-Woman and of course the show is stolen by John Mulaney as Spider-Ham.

But the film relies heavily on the emotional weight of Miles and his journey. He has to come to grips with his father's disdain of Spider-Man and his uncle's mysterious second life.

And the animation is all its own, remixing different styles to bring a brand new creation to life. It's part-Samurai Jack, part-anime, part-comic book, part-classic cartoons all rolled into one.

This is without a doubt a movie everyone will love. It goes beyond animation and may be in the running for movie of the year. You will love it, your kids will love it, your dog will love it, and your lamp will love it. Anything that exists in this universe will love it!