Venom (2018)

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Venom (2018)

Science Fiction
6.5 / 10
Release Date
28 September 2018
1 : 52 minutes
Spoken Language
Investigative journalist Eddie Brock attempts a comeback following a scandal, but accidentally becomes the host of Venom, a violent, super powerful alien symbiote. Soon, he must rely on his newfound powers to protect the world from a shadowy organization looking for a symbiote of their own.

Cast Overview :

Eddie Brock / Venom
by: Tom Hardy
Anne Weying
by: Michelle Williams
Carlton Drake / Riot
by: Riz Ahmed
Security Chief Roland Treece
by: Scott Haze
Dr. Dan Lewis
by: Reid Scott
Dr. Dora Skirth
by: Jenny Slate
Homeless Woman Maria
by: Melora Walters
Carnage / Cletus Kasady
by: Woody Harrelson
Mrs. Chen
by: Peggy Lu
Lewis Donate
by: Malcolm C. Murray
Dr. Collins
by: Sope Aluko
Dr. Emerson
by: Wayne Pére
Malaysia EMT / Riot Host
by: Michelle Lee
Mission Control Translator
by: Kurt Yue
Astronaut J. J. Jameson III
by: Chris O'Hara
Lobby Guard Richard
by: Emilio Rivera
by: Amelia Young
Eddie's TV Producer
by: Ariadne Joseph
Drake Interview Guard #1
by: Deen Brooksher
Drake Interview Guard #2
by: David Jones
Village Eel Shop Owner
by: Roger Yuan
Malaysia Village Tough #1
by: Woon Young Park
Malaysia Village Tough #2
by: Patrick Chundah Chu
Elderly Village Woman / Riot Host
by: Vickie Eng
Jack the Bartender
by: Mac Brandt
Beardo at Bar
by: Nick Thune
Reporter on TV
by: Michael Dennis Hill
Shakedown Thug
by: Sam Medina
Noisy Neighbor Ziggy
by: Scott Deckert
Ziggy's Girlfriend
by: Lauren Richards
Isaac / Blue Host
by: Jared Bankens
Guard at Gate
by: Lucas Fleischer
Flight Technician
by: Michael Burgess
Lab Security Guard
by: Diesel Madkins
Chasing Guard
by: Otis Winston
Little Girl / Riot Host
by: Zeva DuVall
Bistro Manager
by: Selena Anduze
Bistro Hostess
by: Brittany L. Smith
by: Jordan Foster
Diner #1
by: Jane McNeill
Diner #2
by: Victor McCay
Diner #3
by: Elizabeth Becka
Diner #4
by: Ron Prather
Diner #5
by: Marcia White
MRI Tech
by: Javier Vazquez Jr.
Hospital Lady with Dog / Mrs. Manfredi
by: Ellen Gerstein
Jacob / Blue Host
by: Martin Bats Bradford
Stoner Dude #1
by: Steven Teuchert
Stoner Dude #2
by: Al-Jaleel Knox
Crowd Control Officer
by: Brandon Morales
Ops Director
by: Matthew Cornwell
Flight Trajectory Specialist
by: David Fleischer
L. F. Security Guard
by: DJames Jones
Evacuating Scientist
by: Angela Davis
Dapper Dog Walker
by: Stan Lee
Prison Guard
by: Wade Williams
by: Ron Cephas Jones

Member Reviews :

I honestly don't know what everyone's talking about, _Venom_ is **fine**! I mean... It's not great. There were a few moments I found myself thinking "This bit's pretty bad, why did they do this?" and a lot of moments I found myself thinking "This bit's pretty good, but they still probably should have just made a **real** _Venom_ movie with Marvel." But it's fine. The absolute best parts are the interactions taking place within Venom himself (between Brock and the Symbiote) and the movie would have been a lot worse if Tom Hardy wasn't capable of pulling that off. Look, a _Venom_ movie probably should have been rated R, and it probably should have taken more notes from current superhero movies than superhero movies from fifteen years ago, but I still had a good time with _Venom_, maybe it's not the best possible version of the story, but I'm still glad we have this one. _Final rating:★★★ - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._
Venom is a great comic adaptation. I really like what they did with the character and the story. I thought the film was done well. The special effects are pretty good. I thought the characters were cast well, and overall I just enjoyed it. The film is pretty dark and violent despite the PG-13 rating. It didn't have a lot of blood, but there was a bit here and there. Characters are mostly tossed around and beaten, but a lot of them are not shown dead. That being said, some characters are still killed on screen. People are experimented on. A few people are slashed and stabbed. Guns are used, but not frequently. It definitely pushed the PG-13 as far as it could. There is a lot of language throughout, including an f-bomb. There is also a lot of drinking. I definitely recommend this movie. I think it is better suited for teens and up, but older kids that can handle strong violence may be okay.
I very much like it if you ask me (;