After the pain of sitting through a first Venom movie, what would compel anyone to pay good money to see a second? Is it Woody Harrelson that makes it worth it? Is it Carnage? Is it Woody Harrelson as Carnage? Is it the fact that Tom Hardy isn’t trying to do a Jim Carrey impression this time around? Could it be all of these things that make this noticeably better than the first movie? And did we just kill Ben Waterworth? Lets be honest, we’re just killing time until No Time to Die, but download it anyways to kill the time with our review of a surprisingly adequate but bizarre sequel.

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