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It felt like everything was going a bit too quick. But it settled towards the end and I was emotionally inbvested in the characters. The villain was a douche bag and I really wanted him to get his come-uppance.
Tom hardy did a great job portraying the anti hero. Also, I like how we got layers to venom that goes beyond a black and white portrayal of hero and villain.
Also, venom is the best wingman anyone could ask for - straight up looool.
As I was watching the events of the movie unfold, I was imagining how well meshed the scenes between Tom Holland’s Spider-Man and Tom Hardys Venom has potential to be. I hope they continue this version of the venom, as it had a brilliant post credit scene which would be intriguing to see in the form of a sequel.
It wasn’t a movie out of this world but it was good enough!
I think it's fascinating that everybody basically agrees about what this movie is - it's insane, and ridiculous and makes no sense, but Tom Hardy and the Venom/Eddie relationship is great.
But apparently it just depends on how much you are game for the insanity and don't mind all of the many many things that don't work in favour of the one thing that does, or do you focus on the many many things.
I thought it was a glorious fucking insanity and I had a lot of fun with it, after Venom shows up. Before that, it's really boring and that's the worst thing about it. After Venom shows up, yes, it's not great as a quality movie, but it is never ever boring.
It's kind of a mess, but an entertaining mess.
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