BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Although we did have to suffer through films like “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,” the iconic “Zombieland” managed to distinguish itself from the herd.
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Although we did have to suffer through films like “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,” the iconic “Zombieland” managed to distinguish itself from the herd.
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Somewhere between witnessing a sweaty Tom Hardy chomp on a live lobster and seeing the character of Venom soulfully tell Eddie Brock that he’d made him change his mind about humanity, I realized that “Venom” was not the version of the story that I’d grown up with.
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Somewhere between witnessing a sweaty Tom Hardy chomp on a live lobster and seeing the character of Venom soulfully tell Eddie Brock that he’d made him change his mind about humanity, I realized that “Venom” was not the version of the story that I’d grown up with.
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“Venom” similarly has multiple different storylines. Rather than choosing one of these versions, Fleischer’s film is an amalgam of the character’s in-comic history that fails to be a coherent on-screen narrative.
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“Venom” similarly has multiple different storylines. Rather than choosing one of these versions, Fleischer’s film is an amalgam of the character’s in-comic history that fails to be a coherent on-screen narrative.
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