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Venom

2018  112 MN


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Ruben Fleischer
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Investigative journalist Eddie Brock attempts a comeback following a scandal, but accidentally becomes the host of Venom, a violent, super powerful alien symbiote. Soon, he must rely on his newfound powers to protect the world from a shadowy organization looking for a symbiote of their own.

 Release Date

September 28, 2018

 Runtime

1h52m (112 min)

 Budget

$ 116,000,000

 Revenue

$ 855,013,954


 Top Billed Cast

 Tom Hardy
 Eddie Brock / Venom
 Michelle Williams
 Anne Weying
 Riz Ahmed
 Carlton Drake / Riot
 Scott Haze
 Security Chief Roland Treece
 Reid Scott
 Dr. Dan Lewis
 Jenny Slate
 Dr. Dora Skirth


 Written by

Scott Rosenberg Screenplay
Scott Rosenberg Screenstory
Todd McFarlane Characters
Jeff Pinkner Screenplay
Jeff Pinkner Screenstory
Kelly Marcel Screenplay
Mike Zeck Characters

 Tagline

The world has enough Superheroes.

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 Cast

Tom Hardy
  Eddie Brock / Venom
Michelle Williams
  Anne Weying
Riz Ahmed
  Carlton Drake / Riot
Scott Haze
  Security Chief Roland Treece
Reid Scott
  Dr. Dan Lewis
Jenny Slate
  Dr. Dora Skirth
Melora Walters
  Homeless Woman Maria
Woody Harrelson
  Cletus Kasady / Carnage
Peggy Lu
  Mrs. Chen
Malcolm C. Murray
  Lewis Donate
Sope Aluko
  Dr. Collins
Wayne Pére
  Dr. Emerson
Michelle Lee
  Malaysia EMT / Riot Host
Kurt Yue
  Mission Control Translator
Chris O'Hara
  Astronaut J. J. Jameson III
Emilio Rivera
  Lobby Guard Richard
Amelia Young
  Allie
Ariadne Joseph
  Eddie's TV Producer
David Jones
  Drake Interview Guard #2
Roger Yuan
  Village Eel Shop Owner
Woon Young Park
  Malaysia Village Tough #1
Patrick Chundah Chu
  Malaysia Village Tough #2
Vickie Eng
  Elderly Village Woman / Riot Host
Mac Brandt
  Jack the Bartender
Nick Thune
  Beardo at Bar
Michael Dennis Hill
  Reporter on TV
Sam Medina
  Shakedown Thug
Scott Deckert
  Noisy Neighbor Ziggy
Lauren Richards
  Ziggy's Girlfriend
Jared Bankens
  Isaac / Blue Host
Lucas Fleischer
  Guard at Gate
Michael Burgess
  Flight Technician
Diesel Madkins
  Lab Security Guard
Rxchie
  Guard / Riot
Otis Winston
  Chasing Guard
Zeva DuVall
  Little Girl / Riot Host
Selena Anduze
  Bistro Manager
Jordan Foster
  Waiter
Jane McNeill
  Diner #1
Victor McCay
  Diner #2
Elizabeth Becka
  Diner #3
Ron Prather
  Diner #4
Marcia White
  Diner #5
Javier Vazquez Jr.
  MRI Tech
Ellen Gerstein
  Hospital Lady with Dog / Mrs. Manfredi
Martin Bats Bradford
  Jacob / Blue Host
Steven Teuchert
  Stoner Dude #1
Al-Jaleel Knox
  Stoner Dude #2
Brandon Morales
  Crowd Control Officer
Matthew Cornwell
  Ops Director
David Fleischer
  Flight Trajectory Specialist
DJames Jones
  L. F. Security Guard
Angela Davis
  Evacuating Scientist
Stan Lee
  Dapper Dog Walker
Wade Williams
  Prison Guard
Ron Cephas Jones
  Jack

 Crew


John Papsidera
  Casting
Tom Hardy
  Executive Producer
Scott Rosenberg
  Screenplay
Scott Rosenberg
  Screenstory
Matthew Libatique
  Director of Photography
Troy Sizemore
  Art Direction
Stan Lee
  Executive Producer
Avi Arad
  Producer
Oliver Scholl
  Production Design
Alan Baumgarten
  Editor
Maryann Brandon
  Editor
James F. Truesdale
  Art Direction
Matthew R. Anderson
  Stunts
Joe Bucaro III
  Stunts
David B. Householter
  Executive Producer
Todd McFarlane
  Characters
Ruben Fleischer
  Director
Erik Cord
  Stunts
Spiro Razatos
  Stunt Coordinator
Spiro Razatos
  Second Unit Director
Loyd Bateman
  Stunts
Jeff Pinkner
  Screenplay
Jeff Pinkner
  Screenstory
Phil Culotta
  Stunts
Brice R. Parker
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Ludwig Göransson
  Original Music Composer
Kelly Marcel
  Screenplay
Kelly Marcel
  Executive Producer
Matt Tolmach
  Producer
Gregory S. Hooper
  Art Direction
Jahnel Curfman
  Stunts
Kelli Jones
  Costume Design
David Conk
  Stunts
Brian Adler
  Visual Effects
Chris O'Hara
  Stunt Coordinator
Keith Adams
  Stunts
Dea Cantu
  Script Supervisor
Sheena Duggal
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Doug Fick
  Art Direction
Drew Monahan
  Art Direction
Gregory J. Barnett
  Stunts
Paul J. Franklin
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Amy Pascal
  Producer
Brandon Beckman
  Stunts
Christophe Couzon
  Art Direction
Mari Wilson
  Script Supervisor
Alice Felton
  Set Decoration
Gabe Hilfer
  Music Supervisor
Diane Durant
  Script Supervisor
Ron Licari
  Armorer
Ben Aycrigg
  Stunts
Frédéric North
  Aerial Coordinator
Cory DeMeyers
  Stunts
Mike Zeck
  Characters
Wally Crowder
  Stunts
Howard Chen
  Executive Producer
Edward Cheng
  Executive Producer
Matt Gendron
  Art Direction
Chad Bowman
  Stunts


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PG-13 is shit
By Gruic on May 7, 2020
 3

I understand Kevin Feige's reluctance to integrate SPUMC more massively into the MCU, because right now it's not good. SONY's universe is still searching for an identity but without taking any risks or distilling any ounce of genius.

The film could have created a precedent if it had been R-Rated, but now it looks like a mediocre MCU film.

That said, it's the film that doesn't work. Tom Hardy and Venom work. They even work very well. In fact, I'm not against finding them in another, less messy film.


Gimly

I honestly don't know what everyone's talking about, _Venom_ is **fine**! I mean... It's not great. There were a few moments I found myself thinking "This bit's pretty bad, why did they do this?" and a lot of moments I found myself thinking "This bit's pretty good, but they still probably should have just made a **real** _Venom_ movie with Marvel."

But it's fine. The absolute best parts are the interactions taking place within Venom himself (between Brock and the Symbiote) and the movie would have been a lot worse if Tom Hardy wasn't capable of pulling that off. Look, a _Venom_ movie probably should have been rated R, and it probably should have taken more notes from current superhero movies than superhero movies from fifteen years ago, but I still had a good time with _Venom_, maybe it's not the best possible version of the story, but I'm still glad we have this one.

_Final rating:★★★ - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._


gurteksingh

Venom is a great comic adaptation. I really like what they did with the character and the story. I thought the film was done well. The special effects are pretty good. I thought the characters were cast well, and overall I just enjoyed it. The film is pretty dark and violent despite the PG-13 rating. It didn't have a lot of blood, but there was a bit here and there. Characters are mostly tossed around and beaten, but a lot of them are not shown dead. That being said, some characters are still killed on screen. People are experimented on. A few people are slashed and stabbed. Guns are used, but not frequently. It definitely pushed the PG-13 as far as it could. There is a lot of language throughout, including an f-bomb. There is also a lot of drinking. I definitely recommend this movie. I think it is better suited for teens and up, but older kids that can handle strong violence may be okay.


javajohnny

I very much like it if you ask me (;


lancethedealer

Venom - **SPOILERS**

4/10

There seems to be quite a bit of agreement on what Im about to say about the film. Venom doesnt quite know what it is. It cant decide wether its a goofy, action or a horror movie. Therefore its all of it and none at the same time.

The goofy jokes are pretty lame, which is why they are funny, you dont laugh with the writers, you laugh at them.

The action scenes are meh at best,
car chase : check
motorcycle : check
ridiculous (bad) cgi fight: check
sure, watching Tom Hardy motorcross in San Francisco is quite fun, but its not really action.

Finally, the horror; there are glimpses, glimmers of hope scattered around this movie. Little snippets of what could have been, but as soon as they appear they disappear.

Two scenes really stood out to me due to their potential. After quite a lot of buildup of Venom getting into the building (BY RUNNING UP IT), Eddie decides to take the lift down. Instead of having Eddie walk into the SWAT team, they should have been swarming the building crawling through the floors looking for him. Then, they could have had an ALIEN like hunting scene where Venom slowly takes out the task force one by one, in true horror movie fashion.

The other obvious horror scene could have been using the creepy little girl that delivers RIOT to the Musk wannabe, they could have homaged The Shining, they could have pulled an exorcist, they could have done a million things, but the little girl just has white pupils and a deep voice.

Throughout the movie there are just continuous disappointments because you see what it is missing.

Instead of the cheap love story and all the stupid overdone things they should have been ballsy with their movie. Yes the movie DID make 800+ million, however im sure it was going to do that anyway. Venom is probably one of the most badass characters in comic history, and Tom Hardy is Tom Hardy.

I would have loved to see something along these lines:

Symbiote hunts Eddie.
Symbiote captures Eddie and they become Venom.
Venom starts unleashing hell because he can, hunts SWAT etc.
Venom goes after Musk wannabe and Kills him.

Throw some more horror elements in there, and it would have made for a much more satisfactory watch. I have always adored Venom, and this movie had so much potential, but it was all for nothing. No rewatchability. Nothing worth remembering. Just a flick.

It was funny seeing Tom Hardy being a bit of a pussball, but even he cant help a crap script and an even worse film.


Per Gunnar Jonsson

It’s school holidays here in France which means the kids are at my place which in turn means lot’s of time in front of the screen. Last night it was Venom’s turn to be plopped into my Blu-ray player.

I have to say that I was a little disappointed. Sure it is a good movie and I did indeed enjoy it but not as much as I thought I would. According to the ratings it looked like the majority of the audience liked it a lot and I do like the character Venom. Sure the culture elite and politically correct idiots that Rotten Tomates use as “critics” claimed it to be rotten but, for me, that’s usually a good sign when it comes to my entertainment value from a movie.

The good things are that I found Venom, the creature, really cool. I liked his voice, his appearance and his no-nonsense attitude. The special effects and the action was very enjoyable to watch. Luckily that was my main reason for watching the movie. Actually, it is probably the main reason I want to watch any Marvel movie, especially lately given the poor quality of writers that Marvel has employed.

I guess it is a plus as well that there was not too much politically correct, green or social preaching in it. I am sure those so inclined can find more than me if they go looking for it but most of the movie audience, at least not for this type of movie, probably could not care less.

The main reason I felt somewhat disappointed is that the main protagonist is really not someone I could feel like I would root for. He is such a despicable douche-bag. For starters he is a low life journalist with an overblown ego and disrespect of pretty much everything. The kind CNN would employ. Even when he’s been infected by Venom he continues between being a worthless egoistic coward and just an asshole. Actually the only real difference between the him and the big bad guy is that the bad guy is a hundred times more intelligent. It’s not until the very end scenes that Eddie develops a minimum of likability.

On the other hand Venom is really the star of the movie. Both as a “thing” and as a character. He is a real bad-ass, quite funny and really everything that Eddie should have been as a character. He even develops more as a character than previously mentioned douche-bag.

It’s a shame since otherwise this would have been a great movie. The story is simple but works well for this kind of movie. There are no silly twists and convoluted sub-plots. The main protagonist, as poor as he is, at least do not carry a lot of past history trying to explain God knows what and such stuff.

If the character of the main protagonist would have been more likable this would have been a great movie. Now it is “just” good.


Nelson

I thought it was pretty cool. Venom was a pretty good villain marvel film.



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