Starting next week, the Marvel movie Morbius In cinemas in many countries. In the Netherlands, unfortunately, the film follows a little later. The first reactions have already appeared on the Internet and these do not bode well.
The film is under fire, among other things, due to the unpretentious story that favors a film from the 1990s or 2000s. The visual effects will also be modest. The post-credits video is said to be particularly poor and raise serious questions about Sony’s Spider-Man Universe.
Poor reception is not very noticeable. Sony Pictures continues to struggle with the genre. Despite the good financial results, the two poisonMovies are also not much appreciated in terms of story.
Morbius’ reactions are not hopeful
Of course, first reactions don’t always say anything. True, the first online reactions are often more positive than the final reception among the public and critics. Starting from April 21 Morbius In Dutch cinemas.
we will, #Morbius It’s about to be as bad as you’d expect. The plot of 2005 collides with visually confusing CGI to create a bit of a snooze fest. But don’t worry, they saved the worst for last. Featuring some of the worst post credits scenes I’ve ever seen, Sony is far from rock-solid. pic.twitter.com/TMfVpq95Tn
– Sab Astley (@sab_astley) March 24, 2022
#Morbius It proves that no matter how many famous faces or shiny visuals you click, Sony will always find a way to misunderstand the basics of impressive storytelling. pic.twitter.com/Jxf8bPzi57
– Escape Film Club (EscapeFilmClub) March 24, 2022
we will #Morbius Unfortunately not great (some shoddy plots of vfx & 00s) and certainly not as fun as Venom. Really confused about the future of the Sony Spiderverse after the post-credits scenes and editing 🤷♀️ It’s clear that Matt Smith is having a blast though! pic.twitter.com/ZCz8aLeUL0
– Nicola Austin (@nicola_aus) March 24, 2022
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