Venom: Let There Be Carnage Movie Review
Venom: Let There Be Carnage is a superhero film scripted by Tom Hardy and Kelly Marcel and directed by Andy Serkis. Avi Arad, Matt Tolmach, Amy Pascal, Kelly Marcel, Tom Hardy, and Hutch Parker produced the film. Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris, Reid Scott, Stephen Graham, and Woody Harrelson featured in the main roles. Robert Richardson cranked the camera, and Maryann Brandon and Stan Salfas edited the film.
Venom exists with Eddie Brock, and he couldn’t adjust to it. Finally, he decides to carry out his life on the go and starts reviving his career. Cletus, the serial killer, doesn’t trust anyone. Eddie decides to interview him and start his career. But, to their bad luck, a symbiote infects Cletus. What happens to Eddie and Cletus? Was the Symbiote ridden off from Cletus? What is Venom’s part in this? The rest of the story deals with all these.
Tom Hardy has done his best. Woody Harrelson is good with the character given. He fits the antagonist role well and seems to be much comfortable in it.
The runtime is perfect, and it makes the audience relieved before entering into the actual story and makes them watch the film relaxedly. The CG works are good, and they merged well with the live characters. The stars are correctly picked as usual for the Venom series, and they fit well and entertain the audience with some natural performances. However, some of the characters are not used properly. The action sequences are well-choreographed. The editing should have been better. The film is technically strong.
- The characters are well-defined
- The performances of the stars are neat
What’s Not There?
- Some characters are not used well
The film has the required elements for a Venom franchise. If you are a fan of Venom and action movies, you would love this. Venom: Let There Be Carnage – Watchable Once!