poison was popular enough to get a sequel, for better or for worse. The first film clearly had its fans, and some outrageous work by Tom Hardy. But, it also spent a lot of time on the exhibition. at least Venom: Let There Be Massacre Can hit the ground while running. It’s 90 straight minutes of Hardy and Venom double acting.
Eddie Brock (Hardy) has been living with Venom for some time since they merged into the symbiote. Venom is a messy roommate but helps Eddie with his work when he’s not causing trouble. Eddie is assigned to interview Cletus Cassady (Woody Harrelson) in prison. Venom actually solves the case of Cletus’ serial killing with clues in his cell, sending Cletus to the death row.
But, things are not harmonious between Eddie and Venom. Venom is hungry and Eddie won’t let people eat him. Venom feels that Eddie doesn’t appreciate him and breaks up with him in search of a new host. But, not before Eddie interviews Cletus for the last time. Cletus bites Eddie, ingesting enough symbiosis to become a massacre.
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Those last two paragraphs may sound like a lot of detail, but Venom: Let There Be Massacre It spins through it much faster than it took to write it. Most of the film’s 90 minutes are filled with animated Hardy set pieces where Eddie struggles with Venom. That’s all Hardy and director Andy Serkis. They rely on both Hardy’s performance and visual effects artists to make what Hardy is doing real.
They embrace the spectacle of all this. This is not a furious superhero with his alter ego. It’s two puppets. Harrelson gets into that action a little bit too. Venom 2 He spends very little time with Cletus and Carnage. When this happens, Harrelson enjoys jumping on counters and kicking people.
Venom: Let There Be Massacre A giant monster movie turns out to be. Carnage fights with cars and helicopters, like all the useless vehicles that have tried to stop Godzilla and King Kong over the years. Yes, it’s all big, loud visual effects but it’s a fun demolition derby.
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Cletus is trying to reconnect with his childhood sweetheart Frances Barrison (Naomi Harris). Francis also has powers. His high-pitched screams are loud enough to kill and send shockwaves. Unfortunately, Francis gets to make less than Carnage.
meat of let the massacre happen There is still a bromance between Eddie and Venom. They are a strange couple. They get on each other’s nerves but they have to rediscover each other. Michelle Williams gets it. As Eddie’s former Ann, she has to discipline two rowdy kids. She’s still with Dan (Reed Scott). So it’s funny that she’s back purely as a voice of reason and not as a love interest.
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Of course, it eventually ends with the two CGI creatures fighting each other. They still have fun with it, complete with scaling tall buildings. Venom’s commentary throughout the film is extremely entertaining. he is Mystery Science Theater 3000 Or Beavis and Butthead Commentary on comic book movie tropes. Might not be as practical, but it’s still fun to hear a main character criticize the formula that’s the industry standard at the moment.
Venom: Let There Be Massacre Still excessive junk, but it’s fun garbage. It feels like what it is and emphasizes the funniest aspects of this franchise. You can do worse than watching Tom Hardy go wild for 90 minutes. And you could do worse with other Tom Hardy movies, so Venom 2 It’s a fun time right now.