Over the weekend I wasted a few hours of my life watching the latest Marvel movie from Sony Pictures. disease. I had heard how bad it was and I just had to experience the train wreck myself and while I read a lot of negative reactions and reviews about the film, none of it prepared me for how bad it really was.
Seriously, Sony, how the heck did this film get the green light and shoot? Who read this script and said, “Yeah! that’s great! Let’s spend hundreds of thousands of dollars and make this movie!” This movie was everywhere, and as I watched it, I felt like big parts of the story were just missing. The script was so bad it looked like it was written by one of those AI writing programs. You know, the ones where people feed it a bunch of information on a topic and then see what it spits out for fun?
Haven’t the people at Sony learned anything from their time working with them? Kevin Feige and miracles? Obviously not! This is just further proof that Sony can’t handle the Spider-Man franchise without Marvel’s involvement. I think the problem is that there are too many executives at Sony who have a say in what they think should be forced into a film. While Marvel Studios only has Kevin Feige making sure nothing stupid gets into their movies.
Not only was there a lack of coherence in the storytelling, but the action sequences and fight scenes were terribly done and unwatchable. There was this super unnecessary slow motion footage of CGI versions of the characters and it’s like all the scenes were presented in the dark and they used excessive motion blur. The effects in Sam Raimiis 2002 Spiderman The movie had better visual effects and the fight sequences were awesome! How the hell did they seriously mess up like that!?
disease was just super sloppy and lazy filmmaking. I know the creative team put a lot of work into the film, but it’s like nobody knew what they were doing and everyone involved in the film had no filmmaking experience or basic story structures. The choices they made throughout the story and the movie were so confusing.
Then it also just led to an insanely confusing ending with the two post-credits scenes. What the hell was that? Now they just do shit for the sake of shit and don’t care what they’re actually doing!
These post-credits scenes include Adrian Toomes aka Vulture (Michael Keaton) materialization in a prison cell after the Skyline breaches from the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home. He’s confused for a split second, then quickly accepts his situation and says, “I hope the food is better here.” Isn’t he worried about his family? Then he is suddenly released because the police are confused that this guy appeared in a prison cell out of nowhere.
The first problem with this is that it has been established in No way home that everyone who knew Peter Parker was Spider-Man was being sucked into the world of the MCU and the only way to stop this was for everyone to forget that Peter was Spider-Man. The end for diseasebut doesn’t fit.
Toomes somehow gets pulled out of the MCU and ends up in that other alternate universe? Technically he should have stayed in the MCU universe and forgotten about Peter Parker like everyone else.
In the next credits scene, Morbius drives out of town to meet up Adrian ToomesWHO comes flying in in his Vulture costume Spider-Man: Homecoming. How the hell did he get that suit! The Avengers don’t even exist in this universe and neither do the Chituari who attacked New York City. Toomes’ suit is built using this technology! But this technology doesn’t even exist in this universe! What the hell!?
Why would Morbius even want to meet this guy!? There is no explanation! There is no explanation for much of this film. Toomes just says, “I don’t know why I’m here. I think it has something to do with Spider-Man. But I think people like you and I should team up,’ and then Morbius agrees?
Like I said, lazy filmmaking and nobody at Sony seems to care. But they’re trying to build this team of villains and see where that goes! I hope it goes nowhere!
As for the cast of the film, Jared Leto, MattSmith, JaredHarrisand Adria Archona, just did the best they could with the crappy material they were given. As for Tyrese Gibsonby the end of the film I forgot he was even there.
disease was just a terrible movie on every level and is a perfect example of everything filmmakers shouldn’t be doing when making a movie.
https://geektyrant.com/news/good-grief-morbius-was-such-an-awful-movie-and-that-those-post-credits-scenes-what-the-hell Gosh, MORBIUS was such a horrible movie and those post credits scenes? What the hell!? — GeekTyrant