‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Is Pure Chaos and I Loved It

I watched Venom and I wasn’t a fan. There was a little bit of promise among the irking storytelling but overall it was not a film that felt fun to look at. The same cannot be said for Let There Be Carnage.

This movie is a thrill ride from start to finish with a chaotic story that is actually easy to follow and a villain who lives up to the title of this film. I was utterly shocked at how violent this movie was. Once the ball got rolling it just never let up and I was smiling/grimacing all the way.

Venom' Sequel Opens to $90 Million at Domestic Box Office - Variety

If you decide to watch this movie do not expect a masterpiece because it isn’t one. It is a legitimately funny-loss-of-brain-cells type of movie that solidifies Eddie Brock and Venom as one of the best duos in Marvel. I can’t believe I’m saying this but I honestly can’t wait to see these two at it again saving people and eating heads.

Oh…and I advise watching this movie before Spider-Man: No Way Home if you can because there’s a post-credits scene that’s going to BLOW YOUR MIND!

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a spectacular day.

One thought on “‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Is Pure Chaos and I Loved It”

  1. I think the jackhammer pace hurt the movie. The first movie slowed down enough at certain times to give us some decent dialogue and to set a mood. In this one, Cletus Kasady wasn’t given any time to have an emotional reaction to his new powers, or engage in some kind of communication with his own symbiote. And the way he was dispatched with in the end felt rushed and not satisfying. I think the director’s attitude was to cut everything out of the movie that wasn’t humor, action or symbiote money shots, but as a result the movie lacked enough connective tissue to make it feel like a well-developed entity.

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