Actors:Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Riz Ahmed, Scott Haze, Reid Scott, Jenny Slate, Melora Walters, Woody Harrelson, Peggy Lu, Malcolm C. Murray, Sope Aluko, Wayne Pére, Michelle Lee, Kurt Yue, Chris O'Hara, Emilio Rivera, Amelia Young, Ariadne Joseph, Deen Brooksher, David Jones, Roger Yuan, Woon Young Park, Patrick Chundah Chu, Vickie Eng, Mac Brandt, Nick Thune, Michael Dennis Hill, Sam Medina, Scott Deckert, Lauren Richards, Jared Bankens, Lucas Fleischer, Michael Burgess, Diesel Madkins, Otis Winston, Zeva DuVall, Selena Anduze, Brittany L. Smith, Jordan Foster, Jane McNeill, Victor McCay, Elizabeth Becka, Ron Prather, Marcia White, Javier Vazquez Jr., Ellen Gerstein, Martin Bats Bradford, Steven Teuchert, Al-Jaleel Knox, Brandon Morales, Matthew Cornwell, David Fleischer, DJames Jones, Angela Davis, Stan Lee, Wade Williams, Ron Cephas Jones, Christian Convery
Plot of the film "Venom"
Sony continues to explore the Marvel universe with the help of the movie "Venom". Eddie Brock is a broken man who has lost everything, including his job and fiancee. It is when his life is at the very bottom that he becomes the carrier of an alien symbiote, which gives him extraordinary superpowers, turning him into a Venom. Will these abilities be enough for the new deadly defender to defeat the great forces of evil, especially against a much stronger and symbiont-armed rival - Riot? As expected, "Venom" is an origin story in which Eddie Brock, an unlucky journalist, assimilates with an alien symbiote and becomes the villain/antihero Venom. The plot is simplified, designed for viewers who are getting to know the character for the first time. Not that it was a bad thing, but compared to such films as "Deadpool", "Wonder Woman" and other films about the origin of superheroes in our time, the plot of the film seemed somewhat predictable and incredibly hasty. From the very beginning, we are introduced to Brock, the characters around him and, of course, the villain. The lack of character development in the film is simply stunning, without making much effort to really bind the audience to the characters. Often in superhero movies, I feel some kind of kinship with the main character or the villain, depending on the character's character. A well-made film is always able to emotionally hook me and grab my attention.