“Black Widow” is a decent Marvel film, with an exceptional cast and the usual destruction framed in the third act. Natasha Romanoff, the Russian super murderer played by Scarlett Johansson, was killed in “Avengers: Endgame”. The prologue is similar to “The Americans” except without gender. “Black Widow” has a real personality that accompanies the frequent shooting and bombing of her. Act 3 is slow, repetitive, repetitive, like any other incredibly explosive third act in the MCU. Principal Shortland focuses as much as possible on family concerns.
Scarlett Johansson’s Russian Super-assassin Gets Her Own Marvel Showcase. And Her Younger Sister “Black Widow” has a real personality that accompanies her frequent shots. Act 3 is slow, repetitive, and generic, like any other extremely explosive third act in the MCU. “It’s an amazing combination of stories within stories,” says the reviewer.
Black Widow Review
Black Widow’- three stars
MPAA Rating: PG-13 (for extreme action/violence footage, some languages, and thematic topics).
Watch out for: The film hits theaters Thursday, July 8, and will also be available on Disney Plus on July 9.