Venom-Don’t pay too much expectation but it won’t let you down

Venom is a Marvel superhero film adapted from the character of Eddie Brock – a reporter investigating the murky cases of an organization called Life Foundation – headed by Carlton Drake. On one occasion collecting important evidence at Life Foundation’s laboratory, Eddie Brock accidentally got infected with an alien parasite called symbiote. This symbiote is called Venom, constantly controlling Eddie to do things he doesn’t want to. So he had to struggle to gain control of his body, and to run away from the pursuit of Life Foundation.

Overall, Venom is a good entertainment movie, interesting plot, leading well, easy to understand, no deep messages. A purely entertaining movie that satisfies those who want to see anti-hero Venom on the screen, cynical, but nothing new. Venom begins and ends as well as many films with similar content on alien species, shady experiments in general and superhero movies in particular. Actually, there is no need to go to the theater to watch a movie, right from the trailer you can guess how the movie is. But this does not mean that we can not temporarily forget what we already know to enjoy Venom because new developments are really interesting.

Venom has some somewhat dark scenes and this makes the film rated R, extremely unfortunate. As the previous news, the movie was cut off 30-40 minutes, especially these are favorite scenes of Tom Hardy. If there scenes are not cut, the movie will definitely be more attractive. A few transitions, cut scenes are quite rough and cause viewers to be shocked, not understanding what is happening. But in general it does not affect the film in general. Fortunately, these sence are not showed much, so if you are easy going, you can completely ignore them.

Talk a little bit about Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock character. I am not a comic fan, so it is unclear what kind of person Eddie is in the original story. But in the film, this is a rather stubborn character, delinquent and often acting thoughtlessly. If this is the intention of the filmmakers to facilitate the next scene to occur, then this is still somewhat … amateur. Eddie Brock could still maintain his character if he wanted to, but the character’s actions should have been more reasonable.