Morbius Movie Review

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Story: Michael Morbius (Jared Leto) is a world-renowned scientist, and known for his service in saving humanity with his work. But he himself battling a deathly blood disease. In search of his cure, he turns himself into a living vampire and is tortured by his life-sustaining thirst.

Review: Morbius is Marvel and Sony’s tied-up film just like Spider-Man, but the Spidy series is a huge success for both production. But it seems like Morbius is not in a favour of the productions. As Marvel and Sony wanted to establish a new superhero universe allied to the larger MCU. In that regard. Morbius’s film hasn’t started strongly with the reviews, it’s getting a large number of negative reviews from the critics. And some are calling it ‘One of the worst superhero films to date.’

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On Rotten Tomatoes the film stands with a 20 percent rating. The film was delayed mu; multiple times due to Covid. The film is directed by Filmmaker Daniel Espinosa. The story of the film is about Michael (Jared Leto) a brilliant, award-winning scientist who is battling his health condition. In the process of treatment, Michael involves the use of vampire bat DNA to cure himself, as a result, it turns him into a vampire with abilities like superhuman strength and accelerated healing abilities, and so on. The film also stars Matt Smith, Adria Arjona, Jared Harris, and Michael Keaton cameo.

Morbius is shown to some critics in early screening, so they took to social media to give their reviews of the film. One famous Critic William Bibbiani wrote, “#Morbius is the worst Marvel superhero movie in a long, long time. Mostly inert, sometimes laughable.” Another critic wrote, “this titular anti-hero is given a vehicle that takes its foot off the gas not far enough into the ride” Sony and Marvel tried their hard to save the film with cameos and post-credits scenes, However, the critics slammed those efforts as well.

Director: Daniel Espinosa

Cast: Jared Leto, Charlie Shotwell, Matt Smith, Adria Arjona, Michael Keaton, and Al Madrigal.