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Lego Marvel Spider-Man: Vexed by Venom (2019)

Thanks to Green Goblin and Venom, tech theft is now at an all-time high -- can our Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man put an end to their mysterious villainous scheme before all of New York City is destroyed?


Eugene Son




Complete credited cast:
Robbie Daymond ... Spider-Man / Security Captain / Doc Ock (voice)
Ben Pronsky ... Venom / Security Guard #2 / Delivery guy (voice)
Josh Keaton ... Green Goblin / Police Officer / Security Guard #1 (voice)
Tara Strong ... Mary Jane Watson / Scientist #2 (voice)
Jennifer Hale ... Science Teacher / Scientist #1 (voice)
Laura Bailey ... Gwen Stacy / Ghost-Spider / Child (voice)


Thanks to Green Goblin and Venom, tech theft is now at an all-time high -- can our Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man put an end to their mysterious villainous scheme before all of New York City is destroyed?

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So sorry to say that they shouldn't have done this one in Lego version. If it was in 3D animation or something like that, it'd be better.
5 September 2019 | by silvermistvioSee all my reviews

Lego Marvel Spider-Man Vexed by Venom is a short animation of the superhero Super-Man. Normally, I don't usually watch short films because it's too short and I feel like it's not enough. When I saw this one, I chose to watch because it's Spider-Man story. I love Spider-Man. But I was kind of rethinking about it at that time because it's lego version. To be honest, I haven't watched lego version of any kind of superheroes films, but whenever I see the poster of those kind of films, I feel like it's so ugly and it leads me to avoid those kinds of animations.

That being said, I chose to watch this film because as I've mentioned in above, I haven't watched any lego versions, so, I wanted to see one. Lego version is very different from other animation or live action version. I feel like they are really ugly, especially the hands. Moreover, their movements are quite stiff and not natural. Indeed, the characters in this short film is the lego version, so, everything looks like so stiff. And hence, it kind of destroys the animation.

The typing scene is the worst in the whole animation. It's totally impossible to type a word on keyboard with those Lego hands. So, it's nonsense.

The story is quite simple. We all know that Spider-Man always saves the city. So, this one is also one of those. One thing different is that one called Ghost Spider which is what I don't like this animation that much. Spider-Man is supposed to be the only one who can produce spider webs. But in this one, there is another one who could do the same. I like that she also wants to help Spider-Man and save the city. But the fact that she can also produce spider webs is so not good. If she can do the other thing, or has the other superpower, it'd be better than this one.

As for the animation quality, the animation is quite good. Even it's a lego version, I can see it's superior quality. So, if they didn't choose to make this story as lego version, I'd say it might turn out to be the best.

To conclude this review, although the story is quite simple and the animation is in lego version, because it's a Spider-Man story and it's animation quality, I kind of enjoyed it. (P.S: I know that this review is going to get a lot of disagreements, but this is what I think. So, yeah, my opinion ONLY.)

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3 August 2019 (USA) See more »

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