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1 hour ago, Dan said:

... sym-BUY-ote?

Right pronunciation, wrong em-PHAS-is.

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I actually think this is on the right track, but framing Eddie as a worker for "DA MAN" and this super slick reporter...IDK how much that's just advertising to seel the thing and how much will actually be in the film. I wish Venom's eyes were slightly bigger, but damn if he doesn't look creepy and on point. I think the tone is good.

But fuck Sony for their original stories BS. Venom needs Spider-Man. The whole corporation, even if it's the LIFE Foundation from the comics, reeks of the ASM movies, which no one (but I) liked. This isn't Catwoman off the mark, I like Hardy as Eddie from what I've seen. but it can only be so good.

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23 hours ago, The Master said:

I thought it was pronounced sim-BEE-oat.

SIM-bee-oat and SIM-bye-oat are both considered correct, although Marvel properties have only ever used the former.

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21 hours ago, Donomark said:

I actually think this is on the right track, but framing Eddie as a worker for "DA MAN" and this super slick reporter...IDK how much that's just advertising to seel the thing and how much will actually be in the film. I wish Venom's eyes were slightly bigger, but damn if he doesn't look creepy and on point. I think the tone is good.

But fuck Sony for their original stories BS. Venom needs Spider-Man. The whole corporation, even if it's the LIFE Foundation from the comics, reeks of the ASM movies, which no one (but I) liked. This isn't Catwoman off the mark, I like Hardy as Eddie from what I've seen. but it can only be so good.

I liked the ASM movies too. I mean, as much as was possible. They're about as good as other superhero fodder. I like them a lot more than about half the Marvel movies.

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I was 16 when ASM came out so the series was just right for me. I watched the first one 4 times in the cinema, something I haven't done before or since.

I'm bothered with the antihero label they're putting in the publicity for this, when there seems to be no real hero to contrast with.

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16 minutes ago, Davedevil said:

I was 16 when ASM came out so the series was just right for me. I watched the first one 4 times in the cinema, something I haven't done before or since.

I'm bothered with the antihero label they're putting in the publicity for this, when there seems to be no real hero to contrast with.

There doesn't have to be a hero to contrast the antihero. An antihero is a protagonist without heroic qualities (i.e.: The Punisher).

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I'm not getting the "this sucks" vibe that a lot of others are. Yeah the "turd in the wind" line is a head-scratcher, but Venom is pretty much spot-on as depicted. I'm not expecting brilliance, but this looks to be a film where the central character completely carries it and is worth the price of admission (unless you're of the 50% of comic fandom that flat-out just does not like Venom).

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20 hours ago, The Master said:

This looks so bad.

Yeah. The first trailer looked promising, but this one indicates way too much comedy.  Venom is a terrifying monster and should not be making poop jokes. Still has potential to be good. Holding out hope.

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Removing Venom from the circumstances of his creation results in a lot of generic material to fill in the gaps because there's nothing else there. 

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I wish "Life" actually had been a Venom prequel. It would have been a perfect explanation.

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