December 10, 2021


I wasn't able to watch Venom in 2018 so I had to see it before I got out to see Venom: Let There Be Carnage in theaters which opened last December 8 here in the Philippines. So I am glad that I did it to follow the events of the latter.

In Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) interviews Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson) from confinement. And when things heated up, because we know Venom tends to get offended easily, he accidentally infects Cletus and becomes a host himself. Brock and Venom's relationship is breaking up, both wishing that they could live freely without one another but in the end tends to be they are depended to each other. The Lethal Protectors are about to fight a new symbiote, Carnage, that owns Kasady terrorizing the city.

Tom Hardy's screenplay is shorter but it gives you anticipation for the next movie. It gave lots of parallels with Spider-Man, from symbiote's weaknesses and saving their love interests, giving a nod to former Spider-Man movies from climax through the end of the movie. May I also add you really have to watch until the end. An exciting reveal will have you on the edge of your seats.

Andy Serkis' director had made it more interesting with his better understanding on the Jekyll & Hyde persona of Eddie Brock. His many credentials on puppetry on LOTR, The Hobbit, Planet of the Apes used more help in this movie masterpiece.

Catch Venom: Let There Be Carnage in theaters. From Sony Pictures and distributed by Columbia Pictures Philippines.

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