Friends don’t let their friends see “Venom: Let There Be Carnage”. It is terrible in many ways, which will be listed, and not remembered after next Tuesday.
But if he were He will be remembered for having reached the trifecta: it is the worst film ever directed by Tom Hardy. This is the worst movie ever made by Woody Harrelson. And it’s the worst movie ever directed by Michelle Williams.
You know it’s bad though Michelle williams can not do better.
The second “Venom” might even be the worst movie ever to be made in San Francisco, although it’s a more competitive area. But for sure, it’s one of the worst movies of 2021. In fact, in a happier year, it might even be one of the worst things to have. pass This year. So just to be clear, this is a really bad movie.
Robust wrote history, which means he should never be left alone with a sharp object that could possibly be used as a pen. He could hurt himself, in the sense that he could take his character and turn him into a virtual spectator in a story featuring two infographics clashing.
Andy Serkis says he “had fun” filming “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” in SF before pandemic hit
The first “Venom” was actually funny and different. It derails in about 15 minutes. Eddie (Hardy) goes through life with his constant companion, the monstrous creature with big teeth, Venom, who lives inside his body and constantly talks to him. Everything Eddie does, comments Venom. We hear the comments. They were funny in the first movie. In this, they are tiring.
The film winds. He spends a long time without revealing his story. He takes time with sets, involving Eddie and Venom in their domestic life. These stationary pieces are no fun. They are not smart. They are desperate. Filmmakers have virtually no history, and they need plenty of time.
Meanwhile, we reconnect with Harrelson, as a serial killer facing a lethal injection. We also meet Naomie Harris as the woman he loves, who is locked in a mental institution. She is known as Shriek and has super power. Guess what it is. (Answer: a loud cry.) She also speaks with an accent, much like the accent Harris used in “Pirates of the Caribbean 2” – tied with “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” for the worst movie ever directed by Naomie Harris.
Using San Francisco is unimaginative, although it’s still nice to see the city on screen. Someone should have let the filmmakers know, however, that the Bay Bridge has a new extension. (It’s not even that new.)
Everything in this movie is about killing time, and time is being killed slowly, painfully, and needlessly. The movie has only one destination and one goal, to pit Venom against a virtually identical creature, so we can watch them try to kill each other – with no interest whatsoever in the outcome.
Hardy, Williams, and Harrelson are onlookers, all three good actors, and all helplessly involved in the fight.
I guess they all went so far in the process of making this movie that they couldn’t stop, even when they realized it was a mistake. Just saying “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” isn’t worth seeing isn’t enough. It is not worth admitting it in your life, even as an option. You read a review of it. That’s enough. Now don’t think about it for the rest of your life.
J“Venom: let there be carnage”: Action. With Tom Hardy, Woody Harrelson and Michelle Williams. Directed by Andy Serkis. (PG-13. 90 minutes.) In theaters from Friday, October 1.