The first reviews of 'Morbius' are very harmful and call it disjointed and confusing
The new Sony Pictures movie starring Jared Leto is not causing good sensations in its first screenings. Premiere April 1 in theaters.
As expected, the earlier reviews by Morbius are not particularly positive. It seems that Jared Leto has some kind of curse with superhero movies and he doesn't get along with any of them. Marvel's Vampire (No, No Blade) is a dirty, disconnected CGI show that only works when the pieces of the set are cut. Or at least that's what the first impressions suggest.
About Daniel Espinosa's film on the Internet, which still needs to find its way as a filmmaker.
From ComicBook , various of these opinions have been collected that show that the delay of Morbius was not only due to the COVID-19 pandemic And since the premiere of Spider-Man's Nine Way Home but details and sequences may also have been polished that didn't live up to expectations.
a lousy movie
Reviewer RenGeekness points out that Mark Smith is one of the best in the play but that it has poor plotting and messy CGI, with muddled editing and the worst sound mixing resulting in utter incoherence .
Cameron Howe , for his part, reinforces that opinion of his colleague by pointing out that Morbius is boring and disjointed,
Destroyed editing through a studio with little idea what to do with the film.
Morbius will be released in theaters next April 1, and at the moment, it doesn't look like Spider-Man's sprawling universe will function properly without Spider-Man. Poison, at least, was going to be a comedy card for him, but Jared Leto's film has nothing left to offer. We'll see what happens next to Crown the Hunter and possible feature films with Michael Keaton's Vulture (his appearance in the trailer indicates that he wants to work on the character somehow).