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Across The Spider-Verse's Audio Issues Left Fans Frustrated
If reviews are any indication, “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” is soaring past expectations, but there is one thing dampening people’s enjoyment of it.
Viewers have taken to social media to discuss the film’s sound issues, particularly early in the movie. As one fan explained, the dialogue “was too low compared to the music.”
During the opening sequence, fans had difficulty hearing the Gwen Stacey voiceover while rhythmic drumming played too loudly.
The drumming was so loud that some viewers stated they were looking forward to the home release to rewatch the scene with subtitles.
Writer and producer Phil Lord responded to the criticism on Twitter by explaining that movie theater projectionists should be playing the film at full volume to avoid this issue.
While some movie theater employees said they would abide by Lord’s guidelines, it may take others some time to get the memo.
The film currently has a 95% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and people can’t stop raving about it on Twitter, so it looks like the final product is being enjoyed despite the audio complaints.