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Morbius Movie Review: Morbius Leads the Marvel Universe's Intriguing New Dark Phase

Morbius emotions are at an all-time high since, in some ways, love is on the line. The writers and filmmaker Daniel Espinosa
Morbius Movie Review: Morbius Leads the Marvel Universe's Intriguing New Dark Phase
Morbius movie review

For those unfamiliar with Morbius' comic book origins, Dr. Michael Morbius (Jared Leto) is a world-renowned doctor who is hailed for his efforts in preserving mankind while battling a fatal blood ailment. With his time running out, Morbius takes a risky bet with an ethically dubious treatment, resulting in his metamorphosis into The Living Vampire, a blood-hungry vampire monster with bat-like abilities. Following a slaughter that left a trail of deaths in his wake, Michael, now a well-built superhuman, vows to never let his evilness go again.

Alongside Michael is his closest buddy, the flamboyant and super-rich Milo (Matt Smith), who is battling the same uncommon sickness as Michael. However, unlike Morbius, Milo finds immoral liberation in the cursed cure and has no qualms about murdering innocent people, loving human blood in all its splendour.

Burk Sharpless, a Jared Leto starrer written by Matt Sazama from Ray Thomas' Marvel comic, is a result of the idea that we should focus on everything but the core problem. Morbius' (the film's) heart is quite fragile. Here's a character who has dedicated his entire life to finding a cure for his buddy, who is more important to him than himself, because he made a promise to him as a youngster. A guy who must practically feed on the blood of someone he loves in order to gain strength.

As you can see, Morbius emotions are at an all-time high since, in some ways, love is on the line. The writers and filmmaker Daniel Espinosa, on the other hand, do not strive to put their attention on the emotions. They want to move at a faster pace. Your protagonist has given a life-changing present to a buddy, but there is no scenario that develops or depicts their grownup love. One asks for money, the other responds with a gift that has no effect. So why would someone stay in the structure elevated above the foundation block if it fails to stir anything?

Here's a doctor with a tank of Vampire Bats in the middle of his laboratory. His life has been drained out of him by the studies. He is a villain, yet he is a friend to some, and he just wants the best for them. Instead of displaying more of that, the film jumps from sequence to scene where difficulties are created and addressed. This causes a great deal of misunderstanding.

Morbius has some strange powers after becoming the Bat Man or Man Bat, depending on your preference, and ends up murdering a whole ship full of people. But his abilities are never fully described or demonstrated so that the audience may comprehend them. When he transforms into the monster, his face becomes a skull, and nothing happens since nothing connects. The villain only seems to advance the plot until he dies.