Black Widow

Black Widow

Byr Cate Shortland

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release: 2021-07-09
  • Rate: PG-13
  • Lenght: 2h 14min
  • Director: Cate Shortland
  • Producer: Marvel Studios
  • Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 12.99
  • iTunes Rent: USD 5.99
7.7/10
7.7
From 5,676 Certification

Description

In Marvel Studios’ action-packed spy thriller “Black Widow,” Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow confronts the darker parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past arises. Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Natasha must deal with her history as a spy and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she became an Avenger. Scarlett Johansson reprises her role as Natasha/Black Widow, Florence Pugh stars as Yelena, David Harbour portrays Alexei/The Red Guardian, and Rachel Weisz is Melina. “Black Widow”—the first film in Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe—is directed by Cate Shortland and produced by Kevin Feige.

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Reviews

  • Good all around…

    5
    By tv com
    This movie was entertaining and a good movie all around. Too many haters here bashing a movie they clearly didn’t watch. Watch for yourselves and decide and not let douche bags decide for you.
  • Utter nonsense.

    1
    By zidane2015
    This film was made for two reasons; as a disgusting, lazy cash-grab, and as a direct attack on the traditional American family unit. Fair game, I suppose, but Beetlegeuse does the same, and yet it's a classsic horror comedy. Because it's funny and entertaining. Black Widow is a two-hour trailer without plot or meaningful characters. Marvel and Disney continue to pick your pockets while leaving very little to enjoy in return.
  • Visual hypertension

    2
    By Joe Buckstrap
    A desperate idiotic script from hunger which must’ve been rewritten scores of times, congested FX action, seasoned with gratuitous Russophobic blather and an accretion of incomprehensible plot gimmicks - piled on good actors caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. If there had been better writing and front-end development it could have worked, but it was as shallow as a comic book of a comic book.
  • Worst of the marvel

    1
    By sadly I rented it
    I had high hopes for this movie, glad I only rented it.
  • Ugh!

    1
    By Rockeggroll
    Excruciating! Stopped watching. Maybe try finishing it later. Waited 2 months till rental fee dropped. The $5.99 rental charge was even too much for this dud!! $19.99 to rent as new release? Good luck with that Hollywood. smh
  • Awful

    1
    By Charley31a94l
    Awful
  • Predictable.

    3
    By OLEEP
    The helicopter scene was funny. Average at most.
  • Great movie

    5
    By Erik Mylastname
    Movie was on par with Winter Soldier, which is one of my top Marvel films. Has action, humor, and it doesn’t drag on. Certainly worth a watch or two.
  • When marketing departments…

    1
    By GHinNoVa
    … steal control of the creative process from the creatives, you have a recipe for a mayonnaise sandwhich on Wonderbread with cardboard cake for desert. Mixing metaphors, this movie is a blank. A blank in manufacturing is a single, simple form that can be easily shaped into similar but different products. Start with a blank that’s a flat piece of sheet metal cut into a disc. Send it down one conveyer belt and a die presses it into a frying pan. Send another identical blank down a different conveyer belt and a different die presses it into a pot. Yet another conveyer belt and another die results in the same blank pressed into a helmet. This movie has almost no plot. What little dialogue exists is meaningless filler. Much of it is delivered with the actors mouths hidden. They speak with a telephone covering their mouths; or the camera on the actor listening instead of the actor speaking; or framing the speaker from over the shoulder, or from behind, or at a distance, or in shadowed profile. There are only a scant few scenes with any real speaking parts shot in full closeup as the actors emote directly into the camera. Why, you ask? The answer is that it makes it easier to over dub in any language. There is no risk of a non-existent plot getting lost in translation, literally and figuratively. The same bland blank can be quickly retooled to play in China as easily as it can be retooled to play in Russia, or France, or Brazil, or French Quebec, for the relatively small price of unknown voice over actors. When you make a movie so nondescript that the target audience can be everyone after the fact, the result is a movie suited for no one, save for the dubious distinction that it will be universally boring in every language and every country on the planet. Back to the original metaphor, if your goal is to cook with a recipe intended to satisfy a global palette, you don’t HAVE to cook a bland, flavorless meal for fear of spices and textures that some might not fully relate to. If you do, you’ll end up with everyone leaving the table bored, disappointed, unsatisfied and still hungry. Marketing departments and lawyers are stripping the world of creativity and substance.
  • Ho hum

    2
    By DeutschMann
    Almost nonstop fighting.

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