Marvel On The Big Screen Again With The Ultimate Cinema Experience At Cineworld Cinema #SCREENX !!!

Marvel On The Big Screen Again With The Ultimate Cinema Experience At Cineworld Cinema #SCREENX !!!

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‘#BlackWidow’ #Review: Johansson and Pugh are amazing together in this MCU spy thriller.

Writing a review for a Marvel film is like writing a review for the “Star Wars” franchise. No matter what I write you’ll still go see it. Not that I’m about to pounce on the “Avengers” spinoff, on the contrary, I found “Black Widow” to be a refreshing spy thriller that resembles “Mission Impossible” and on that note, Ethan Hunt wouldn’t stand a chance against Natasha Romanoff.

You’ll be glad to know that Cate Shortland’s “Black Widow” gives us one more kick-ass performance by Scarlett Johansson as the film, which begins as an origins story, resurrects the superhero by moving the timeline to 2016 just after “Captain America: Civil War” which explains the many Steve Rogers references in the film as he remains on the run, an outlaw for breaking with Tony Stark over the Sokovia Accords. Romanoff is part of Team Rogers, which makes her an outlaw, giving William Hurt an opportunity for a cameo as Secretary of State Thaddeus E. Ross looking to lock up an Avenger.

This is a great cast with Harbour bringing the laughs as the past-his-prime superhero who suffers from Captain America envy, Weisz, one of today’s most compelling actors is a welcomed addition to the franchise, and Pugh as Yelena is fun to watch as she constantly ribs her older sister for being an “Avenger” while constantly making fun of Natasha’s fighting style, calling her out as a poseur. Pugh was terrific in 2016’s “Lady Macbeth” but it was her performance as Amy March in 2019’s “Little Woman” that put her on the radar of many moviegoers. If there is a baton to be passed here, then Pugh is the perfect recipient.

The hand-to-hand combat sequences coupled with the exhilarating car and motorcycle chases, shootouts, and effects-laden action sequences make “Black Widow” terrific entertainment, and we get to see Scarlet Johansson back in action one more time. The talented actress whose films have grossed over $14 billion worldwide, gave us a glimpse of her potential as the lethal super-agent in 2010’s “Iron Man 2” and now, a decade later, she has become one of the most cherished members of the MCU and my favorite Avenger so why not watch this latest instalment on the best possible screen and welcome back big budget movies and cinema in style SCREEN X CINIWORLD.
(4 ½ star)