Venom Review

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The first trailer was released in March and the hype was enormous. The movie released this month kind of lived up to it.  

Characteristic of Marvel, you get all the special effects, epic fights and an overplayed plot line. Definitely watch this film in the highest possible dimension - 3D or 4Dx. This film will not engage you as much otherwise. 

 Regardless, Marvel followed their always-successful recipe and made another fine piece. The music is great as Eminem really suits the Venom identity and Tom Hardy makes his character, Eddie, really appeal to the viewer.  

The invisible dialogue between him and the symbiote adds great humour to every scene, belittling every life-threatening or impossible situation they get into.  

It's as though Superman merged with Spiderman, while Deadpool raised the baby. Unbeaten, always together, hopefullyVenom makes a sequel, but as they said themselves: THEY can do whatever THEY want. 

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