Ohhh boy, do I have a review for you guys today. On Halloween of all days, I went to see the newest movie Venom: There Will Be Carnage, and let me tell you, my friends, this is gonna be one helluva review. There’s so much to cover in this and I’ll do my best to not include spoilers since the movie is still so new. So, without further ado…Let us begin!
Alrighty, So let’s try to get through this without spoiling anything for you guys since this is still a fairly new-ish movie. Where do I start? From the growing relationship between Venom and Eddie, to how Carnage comes around, you are really never bored with this movie and you’re on the edge of your seat at nearly every moment. Not to mention Venom himself is constantly hilarious, there was more than one time I was doubled over in my seat laughing.
The way they weave the story of how Carnage comes to be is really intriguing and fits it so well. Albeit it does have its gross parts—but really, it wouldn’t be a Venom movie without the occasional grossness. Especially if you guys remember the first movie.
The only thing I was confused at was when Venom sees Carnage for the first time, he says and I quote “Oh shit, that’s a red one.” And he absolutely refused to come out of Eddie he even wanted Eddie to just leave—even though it would be detrimental to quite a few characters. That kind of line and Venom’s actions intrigued me a lot I thought it would lead to some extra cool info about Venom. But, through the whole fight and even afterward, Venom does not explain why a “red one” is so bad. That’s probably my only complaint in the whole movie.
Pretty sure it’s going to be pretty obvious of the high marks this category will be getting. First off we have Venom. I absolutely love how they went more into his personality in this movie. We could really get to know Venom more and it was hilarious hearing each line that he delivered. Then we have Carnage. Venom’s exact opposite in every way. I still won’t disclose how Carnage comes along because of spoilers, but my god, if we thought Riot was bad in the first movie he doesn’t have anything on Carnage. Carnage has absolutely no moral compass and literally only cares about two things: Killing Venom and causing as much destruction as possible.
Lastly, we have our regular characters Eddie, Anne, Ms. Chow, and Dan. None of them really changed but they all had really good parts to play in this movie. Eddie the most, since he and Venom are connected.
It was a live-action so of course not really big on graphics, but the way Venom and Carnage looked and the way they choreographed the fight scenes were phenomenal. It was one of the many reasons I thoroughly enjoyed this movie.
Venom being Venom?
Bad-ass fight scenes?
Plenty of info to theorize and speculate things about the future for the Marvel Universe?
Final Score: 39/40
Well, that’s that for this review! How’d I do you guys? Do you agree with my final consensus, or is there something you think deserved more or fewer points? I’d love to hear your opinions!
That’s all for now…
Rebel Fae out!
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