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* BrokenAesop: In Miles' own words, "anyone can wear the mask", and anyone can be a hero if they choose to be. While it is an empowering thought, there is nothing in the movie to support this message. The type of heroic activity we see expected of those wearing a spider mask can only be fulfilled by those with special powers. Miles' determinism only gets him so far. In order to save the day, he had to fully realize his spider powers which he gained through a freak accident.

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* StockScream: A variation of the Wilhelm Scream is heard when Spider-Noir punches a bad guy in his origin story.

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* BrokenAesop: In Miles' own words, "anyone can wear the mask", and anyone can be a hero if they choose to be. While it is an empowering thought, there is nothing in the movie to support this message. The type of heroic activity we see expected of those wearing a spider mask can only be fulfilled by those with special powers. Miles' determinism only gets him so far. In order to save the day, he had to fully realize his spider powers which he gained through a freak accident.


* BrokenAesop: In Miles' own words, "anyone can wear the mask", and anyone can be a hero if they choose to be. While it is an empowering thought, there is nothing in the movie to support this message. The type of heroic activity we see expected of those wearing a spider mask can only be fulfilled by those with special powers. Miles' determinism only gets him so far. In order to save the day, he had to fully realize his spider powers which he gained through a freak accident.


** All three Peter Parkers lost their respective Uncle Bens; Peter and Peter B. from a random thug that they could have stopped earlier that day, and Noir from the mob.

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** All three Peters (Blond Peter, Peter Parkers B. and Noir) lost their respective Uncle Bens; Peter and Peter B. from a random thug that they could have stopped earlier that day, and Noir from the mob.Bens.


* RunawayTrain: During Bold Peter's "one last time" recap, there's a shot of him stopping a runaway train, meant to be a reference to the iconic scene in ''Film/SpiderMan2'' where he stops a runaway train during his fight with Doc Ock.

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* RunawayTrain: During Bold Blond Peter's "one last time" recap, there's a shot of him stopping a runaway train, meant to be a reference to the iconic scene in ''Film/SpiderMan2'' where he stops a runaway train during his fight with Doc Ock.


* RunawayTrain: There are two shots that establish the hero career of Spider-Man (one for the blonde Peter Parker of Miles' universe and one for the more jaded Peter B. Parker) stopping a runaway train, both meant to be a reference to the iconic scene in ''Film/SpiderMan2'' where he stops a runaway train during his fight with Doc Ock.

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* RunawayTrain: There are two shots that establish the hero career During Bold Peter's "one last time" recap, there's a shot of Spider-Man (one for the blonde Peter Parker of Miles' universe and one for the more jaded Peter B. Parker) him stopping a runaway train, both meant to be a reference to the iconic scene in ''Film/SpiderMan2'' where he stops a runaway train during his fight with Doc Ock.


** When Miles is attempting to follow Peter B. into Alchemax to warn him about Kingpin's arrival, you probably noticed a bunch of buff dudes in the parking lot vigilantly watching out for intruders but paid them no mind because you're focused on Miles and just assumed they were security guards. A second viewing and closer attention to these guys will reveal that they're not actual security guards, they're ''scientists''.

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** When In the scene where Miles is attempting to follow Peter B. into Alchemax to warn him about Kingpin's arrival, you probably noticed watches Kingpin arrive at Alchemax, a bunch closer review of buff dudes in the parking lot shows no less than 8 hulking, thuggish looking "scientists" complete with white smocks vigilantly watching out for intruders but paid them no mind because you're focused on Miles and just assumed they were security guards. A second viewing and closer attention to these guys will reveal that they're not actual security guards, they're ''scientists''.looking completely out of place.

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** When Miles is attempting to follow Peter B. into Alchemax to warn him about Kingpin's arrival, you probably noticed a bunch of buff dudes in the parking lot vigilantly watching out for intruders but paid them no mind because you're focused on Miles and just assumed they were security guards. A second viewing and closer attention to these guys will reveal that they're not actual security guards, they're ''scientists''.


** [[spoiler:[[WesternAnimation/CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs The Flint Lockwood Diatonic Super Mutating Dynamic Food Replicator]] is shown being sucked into the collider during the film's end.]]

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** [[spoiler:[[WesternAnimation/CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs The Flint Lockwood Diatonic Super Mutating Dynamic Food Replicator]] is shown being sucked into the collider during the film's end.]]


* AdaptationalVillainy: The version of Doctor Octopus in the film is an [[ForScience utterly amoral]] MadScientist from the beginning, with detachable tentacles, whereas the mainstream comics continuity version only became evil after a lab accident which fused his tentacles to his body and damaged his brain.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: The version of Doctor Octopus in the film is an [[ForScience utterly amoral]] MadScientist from the beginning, with detachable tentacles, whereas the mainstream comics continuity version only became evil after a lab accident which fused his tentacles to his body and damaged his brain.

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