Venom (2018)

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Venom (2018)

Science Fiction
6.5 / 10
Release Date
03 October 2018
1 : 52 minutes
Spoken Language
Eddie Brock is a reporter—investigating people who want to go unnoticed. But after he makes a terrible discovery at the Life Foundation, he begins to transform into ‘Venom’. The Foundation has discovered creatures called symbiotes, and believes they’re the key to the next step in human evolution. Unwittingly bonded with one, Eddie discovers he has incredible new abilities—and a voice in his head that’s telling him to embrace the darkness.

Cast Overview :

Eddie Brock / Venom
by: Tom Hardy
Anne Weying
by: Michelle Williams
Carlton Drake / Riot
by: Riz Ahmed
Roland Treece
by: Scott Haze
Dr. Dan Lewis
by: Reid Scott
Dr. Dora Skirth
by: Jenny Slate
by: Melora Walters
Mrs. Chen
by: Peggy Lu
Lewis Donate
by: Malcolm C. Murray
Dr. Rosie Collins
by: Sope Aluko
Dr. Emerson
by: Wayne Pére
Donna Diego
by: Michelle Lee
Mission Control Translator
by: Kurt Yue
John Jameson
by: Chris O'Hara
Lobby Guard Richard
by: Emilio Rivera
by: Amelia Young
Eddie's TV Producer
by: Ariadne Joseph
Drake Interview Guard
by: Deen Brooksher
Drake Interview Guard
by: David Jones
Village Eel Shop Owner
by: Roger Yuan
Malaysia Village Tough
by: Woon Young Park
Malaysia Village Tough
by: Patrick Chundah Chu
Donna Diego / old woman
by: Vickie Eng
Jack the Bartender
by: Mac Brandt
Beardo at Bar
by: Nick Thune
Reporter on TV
by: Michael Dennis Hill
by: Sam Medina
Noisy Neighbor Ziggy
by: Scott Deckert
Ziggy's Girlfriend
by: Lauren Richards
by: Jared Bankens
Guard at Gate
by: Lucas Fleischer
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
by: Jane McNeill
by: Victor McCay
by: Elizabeth Becka
by: Ron Prather
MRI Tech
by: Javier Vazquez Jr.
Mrs. Manfredi
by: Ellen Gerstein
Jacob / Blue Host
by: Martin Bats Bradford
Stoner Dude
by: Steven Teuchert
Stoner Dude
by: Al-Jaleel Knox
Crowd Control Officer
by: Brandon Morales
Flight Technician
by: Michael Burgess
Ops Director
by: Matthew Cornwell
Flight Trajectory Specialist
by: David Fleischer
LF Security Guard
by: DJames Jones
Evacuating Scientist
by: Angela Davis
Dapper Dog Walker
by: Stan Lee
Prison Guard
by: Wade Williams
Carnage / Cletus Cassady
by: Woody Harrelson
by: Ron Cephas Jones
Scientist / Lab Tech
by: Daniela Gaskie
Tater Tot Girl
by: Sailor Larocque
by: Apollo GT
Hazmat Crew
by: Paul Pillsbury
by: Jock McKissic
SFPD Officer
by: Van Marten
Restaurant Patron
by: Laura Distin
Operations Specialist
by: Donald K. Overstreet
Neighborhood Couple
by: William W. Barbour
Tech Girl
by: Michelle Fang
San Francisco Pedestrian
by: Chris Ward
Window shopper
by: Etienne Vick
Waiter #2
by: James J. Fuertes
by: Amy Le
Trolly Teen #1
by: Boston Rush Freeman
by: Carl Collanus
by: Patrick Brown
by: Emelita T. Gonzalez
Scientist / Lab Tech
by: Carter Burch
Swat Team #9
by: Khalid Ghajji
Street Pedestrian / Mercenary
by: Joseph Amey
Merc Driver
by: Denney Pierce
Mission Control Operator
by: Chris Stein
Street Pedestrian / Business Woman
by: Cassie Hendry
S.W.A.T. Leader
by: Phillip Marshall Tyler
Joey-8 Year Old Boy
by: Christian Convery
Neighborhood Couple
by: Marcella Bragio
by: Tsi Chin Li-McCall
by: James D. Weston II
Swat Team #9
by: John Gettier
Strip Club Patron
by: Jake Hanson
by: Kevin Carscallen
Scientist / Lab Tech
by: Marquis Magwood
Street Pedestrian
by: Homero Lopez
Prison Guard
by: Ronnie Yelverton
Bistro Chef
by: Ray Benitez
Johnson Prison Guard
by: John Ozuna
Cafe Patron
by: Mary Lu Marr
SFPD Officer
by: John Lobato
Restaurant Patron
by: Elgin Lee
Street Chase Pedestrian
by: David King
Tour Teacher
by: Paul Barlow Jr.
SF Pedestrian
by: Vaughn Myovich
Street Pedestrian
by: Megan Aldrich
Shop Worker
by: Yvette Miner
by: Buddy Rahming

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 (;