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age 14+

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age 12+

Based on 12 reviews

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age 11+

Based on 28 reviews

age 13+

Better than what critics are saying

I’m not sure why this is getting a lot of bad reviews. It’s certainly not as bad as critics think it is. It’s not a perfect movie but it’s not the worst either. I did think that the film had weird and confusing camera work. The storyline and villain were also very predictable; however, they were still interesting. I thought the special effects were epic, but at times, overdone. Still, I liked that there were no unnecessary action scenes, and I felt that all of them were perfectly placed. The acting was excellent for the most part, and I felt connected to the characters. Overall, Morbius is enjoyable and entertaining enough to watch; it didn’t bore me and it brought a lot of tension. While I do wish that the movie explored its horror element more, it was still eye-grabbing.

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Too much violence
4 people found this helpful.
age 4+

It's Morbin' Time

Morbius is the greatest movie of our time. It's the first movie to make $1Morbillion at the box office it makes all the other Marvel movies look like fan films by comparison. #MorbiusSweep
2 people found this helpful.
age 12+
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age 15+

Great film

I quite liked the film. Some violence but its not very gratuitous, just when the vampires need to feed, not much profanity, no vulgar nudity, the acting was solid, the pace of the film was good, I found it very entertaining.
2 people found this helpful.
age 18+

BAD MOVIE

after my kid watched this movie he tried to turn into a bat and fell off of the twin towers

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1 person found this helpful.
age 18+
Morbius(fim) Release date: 1 April 2022 (USA) Director: Daniel Espinosa Box office: $163.9 morbillion Music by: Jon Ekstrand Written by:: Matt Sazama; Burk Sharpless; Distributed by: Sony Pict Morbius was a massive hit, making morbillions of dollars in just the first three hours of release and everyone wants to know how this movie was so successful. First, we must uncover the plot of this fantastic film. Dangerously ill with a rare blood disorder and determined to save others from the same fate, Dr Morbius attempts a desperate gamble. While at first, it seems to be a radical success, the darkness inside of him is soon unleashed. From this bit of text, you can clearly tell what the movie is about but we will break down the movie to really explain why this movie is unmatched. Dr Micheal Morbius was the main character of this story and contracts his disease at the age of 10, he is soon taken to hostile Greece. Soon after these events, Dr Micheal Morbius acquires superhuman strength and the ability to morb. Dr Micheal Morbuis travels back to New York to find the vampire bats are treating him like a real bat, Dr Mordius also now suffers from the thirst for blood and spends time feeding on synthetic blood to satisfy his bloodlust. The FBI soon got involved, starting investigations on some of Dr Morbius's victims that had been discovered. Milo learns that Morbius is cured, but becomes furious when Morbius refuses to cure him as well. While checking on a hospitalised Bancroft, Morbius finds a dead nurse, drained of her blood. Believing he was responsible, he attempts to escape before being cornered and arrested. In prison, he is visited by Milo, who offers to use his wealth to free him. Upon realizing Milo took his cure and killed the nurse, Morbius escapes to confront him. An unrepentant Milo confesses to his bloodlust-induced crime and urges Morbius to embrace his powers as he has. Unwilling to hurt his brother, Morbius flees. From this text, we can clearly see how well Dr Micheal Morbius’s character is developed and shown, Dr Morbius is a great character and the movie gives us a look into his life, even before he began to morb. Dr Micheal Morbius amazing developed and forms a quick emotional attachment to the viewers, the ability to mord stopped him from dying to his blood disorder but Dr Micheal Morbius still wants to be cured of his vampirism. The plot for Morbius goes beyond this but you will need to watch the film for yourself if you want to learn more about this epic storey of the greatest film in history. The other characters in the hit film Morbius are not important to the story because they can not morb, though Milo can morb, this person can not morb forever because this person is dead. Overall this movie is well discerning of a 5 morbillion star rating.

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Too much sex
1 person found this helpful.
age 13+

Sony has done it again...

Morbius is mind-bogglingly bad and uninspired by their own movies. This is Venom all over again but whereas Venom had some charm, this has none. It's bewildering in an age where de-aging CGI exists that such awful CGI can also exist. The actor is sub par at best and shows how far Jared Leto has fallen. The villain is a blatant rehash of the Morbius from the comics and it's obvious that it's because whereas Morbius is meant to be the villain, they decided to give us another anti-hero story that results in a boring story with boring characters. The humor is cringy and the care put into making this movie is nowhere to be found by what I can see. I would be ashamed of any parent that things this garbage is servicable for a child to watch and hope they burn any Morbius tickets in the vicinity. The days of Sony making somewhat decent live action movies have fallen to the way side in favor of bland stories to keep their claims to Spiderman from Disney. How sad, unfortunate, pathetic.
1 person found this helpful.
age 2+
Truly one of the movies of all time my favorite part was when morbius said its its morbin time and morbed all over the theater and I almost cried truly a beautiful scene the movie also had a box office of morbillion dollars

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age 2+

Its a great movie

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age 9+

The movie was disappointing, not worth a 15 either

I found the film awfully unstructured. Great story but could have been executed in a much better way. I was disappointed, my 9 year old boy who watched it with me was starting to lose interest half way through. There was minimal swearing and violence. One part made him jump but nothing to worry about I thought