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Black Widow

2021
Sci-fi
Action
2h 14m
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Avg Percentile 33.48% from 1955 total ratings

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Rated 11 Jul 2021
84
45th
I enjoyed myself. It's well acted (Pugh being the real stand-out) and I was legitimately invested in the family stuff and learning more about Natasha's past. It's nothing groundbreaking. It feels fairly generic as a spy movie and more like filler than a proper send-off to the character, but I'm not all that upset about it. I wanted to be throughly entertained and engaged, and I was. Weak villains and familiarity aside, it's really not that bad. Good intro and character growth too.
Rated 07 Jul 2021
45
25th
Feels a bit pointless and filler-y. In the end, the movie doesn't leave much of an impression and lacks anything memorable. Felt like a mediocre Spy/Bond film with Marvel paint added to it. The fight sequences are passable but don't have much oomph. The bad guys are kind of just there for most of it. The family stuff is okay but even then there's some odd attempts at humour that don't work. Alot of flashbacks and strange editing choices. There's just nothing exciting in how the story plays out.
Rated 08 Jul 2021
60
55th
This poor send-off to Black Widow calls into question whether she ever even had enough depth, and the actress enough charisma, to expect that she could hold us for two long hours. After a powerfully emotional opening, I struggled to engage with anything that followed. The producers were VERY bold to think they had a worthwhile super-spy adventure on their hands when Bond, Bourne, and Mission Impossible set the standard. "Because it's in the MCU," is the only real answer to "Why even watch this?"
Rated 21 Oct 2021
56
32nd
A surprisingly lazy and unexciting story about Black Widow('s replacement). And that's all. Yep. We're done here. I'm not going to, I mean... Ahem, sorry. I shouldn't... Damnit. I promised myself I wasn't going to mention how they totally butchered my boy Taskmaster. I've.. I've made my peace with it. It's fine, really. Sorry about all this no i havent been crying its just allergies sorry gotta go now
Rated 10 Jul 2021
60
62nd
What I wanted: Cold War espionage and infiltration, a better Red Sparrow, sleeper agents. What I got: superhero by-the-numbers, frontal assaults, fisticuffs, bad accents, stuff blowing up. The family stuff and Harbour/Weisz was the most interesting. Pugh outshined Johansson but was underutilized. Film came out too late. Still too many butt shots but for the 1st time in awhile this didn't need 20 mins trimmed. Fav scene: Harbour reuniting with the girls on the plane.
Rated 03 Sep 2021
70
53rd
Its pleasingly simple story is complicated by the stick-up-ass that is the MCU, but this is Pugh’s movie anyway, and she and Harbour have fun with their little accents—and I’d take Red Guardian over Captain America any day ☭. Aside from some wonky physics, the action is enjoyable if unmemorable, and my other nitpicks are small, like continuity errors, noticed because Disney-Marvel deserves more criticism. So, a decent film altogether.
Rated 09 Jul 2021
76
38th
I’m finally ready to go kick down Kevin Feige’s office door and shout FIND OTHER WAYS TO TELL JOKES in his face
Rated 10 Jul 2021
78
51st
Not bad but not worth the long wait. The writers make sure there's depth to the characterization, a new story to tell (the Avengers haven't been BW's only family), & the stakes are deeply personal. They only drop the ball w/ the comedy which didn't work for me. There is a visually stunning action climax (w/ some contrivances) but come on: we've seen more impressive John Wick & CA: Winter Solider fight scenes & Mission Impossible & Avengers action scenes. With this budget that's unacceptable.
Rated 11 Jul 2021
85
85th
I have to count myself among those who feel a little bad for this movie: it would almost certainly have been widely considered a smashing success if it had come out years ago (when it should have). I really enjoyed it personally, but it struggles to meaningfully move the MCU narrative forward, which I think is what people are looking for right now. All the same, ScarJo sends her Widow out with justice and flare. This is a victim of timing that deserves better than the reception it's getting.
Rated 13 Jul 2021
50
35th
I really enjoyed the intro and it is generally well made. The plot wasn't great especially a plot point involving the villain. A lot of the jokes didn't land but it was enjoyable.
Rated 21 Jul 2021
70
29th
The cinematic equivalent of when a game you really liked releases a new single-character DLC months later, but that DLC is set during the events of the main story and even though you like the character you're struggling to get back into it after you've already seen how it all plays out.
Rated 27 Nov 2021
73
44th
While "Black Widow" is not the worst MCU movie yet, it's pretty darn close, let's not forget the Hulk adaptation with Ed Norton that nobody wants to talk about. The tried and true formula Marvel uses is here, and it's still effective, but the issue I take is that the character isn't all that super of a superhero, she's a glorified assassin in skin tight pleather, and while I'm certainly partial to skin tight pleather, Black Widow is just about the most boring Avenger, including Hawkeye.
Rated 10 Jul 2021
47
16th
Pugh does really well here and the action scenes are often great but Johansson can't carry an entire film with such a bland uninteresting plot, Weisz is wooden, Winstone miscast and Harbour as always is terrible. Knowing this story influences nothing in the greater MCU timeline makes it feel like a made for D+ movie rather than a full blown MCU entry. Rabid BW fans may lap it up having waited for so long but the rest of us will be left feeling indifferent or worse after this lack luster effort.
Rated 11 Jul 2021
30
22nd
B-Lack Luster. There, I fixed the title.
Rated 11 Jul 2021
3
16th
Aside from being pointless and bland, Black Widow is filled with horrible/cringy dialogue, generic (and predictable villains) with some up and down family reunion elements. Too far and between does this film deviate from the limitations of the character of Black Widow as well, making action sequences hard to suspend some disbelief. Not to mention, the sequences themselves feeling out of place due to what feels like a very different and smaller scale. This would've been better as a show.
Rated 12 Jul 2021
70
23rd
It's fine. The humor is good. As others are saying the film feels pointless and boring.
Rated 12 Jul 2021
55
9th
The only scene that worked for me in this was Harbour and Pugh singing together. Those two, especially Pugh, give some energy to this lifeless corporate product. Johansson isn't capable of giving a bad performance, but it isn't anything new. What makes this one of the worst Marvel movies to date is some atrocious CGI and badly staged set-pieces. The story is standard bad side of Marvel with an interesting premise handled in the most boring way possible and a bad guy that nobody cares about.
Rated 12 Jul 2021
65
62nd
Black Widow is... okay. Despite a decent start, too many mediocre creative choices (& possibly its many delays) result in a film that is underwhelming, forgettable & relatively unimpactful in the MCU. Included among the films many flaws: action scenes that are beyond the believability for the character with an overuse of CGI for combat; tiresome callbacks; questionable social commentary; a dull villain; & a lack of stakes. Weisz, Johansson & Pugh are great, while Harbour is just comic relief.
Rated 14 Jul 2021
60
44th
It's a decent spy thriller, but nothing close to the best in the genre, or the best in the MCU for that matter. It's acceptable, with Harbour, Pugh and the soundtrack as particular standouts.
Rated 15 Jul 2021
48
18th
Black Widow was unfortunately disappointing. It really shouldn't be like this. Because they did not attach any importance to an already overdue story in the MCU. They just said let's make this movie, let's get the Red Room out of the way, let it go, and made an ordinary action film. I'm not even getting into the Taskmaster disaster. Florence Pugh plays the only character in the movie that matters.
Rated 28 Jul 2021
61
42nd
In another world, there's no MCU, and this is a stand-alone movie where you just have to cut out about 10 minutes of "Oh, right, gotta insert this into continuity somehow" fodder. That movie is a decent straight-up spy thriller with some pretty good fight scenes (which would have looked better if we hadn't seen them in other MCU movies), some great chemistry between Pugh and Johansson, and a crossover with The Americans that really needed a dad character with more than one joke.
Rated 21 Aug 2021
70
70th
Lots of action and extra points for Scarlett Johansson. Florence Pugh was also awesome. Other great cast members included Rachel Weisz, David Harbour and Olga Kurylenko made to look like a monster. The story had some bat-shit crazy elements, but I really enjoyed the strange family dynamics. Some scary good scenes and a few questionable ones. Lots of good fights. Good high quality production. Well worth watching.
Rated 10 Oct 2021
50
30th
Stuck unsure between being funny or depressing. Perhaps the film aimed for both, thinking that the emotional back and forth would equal poignancy and impact. Actually, it should have gone for one or the other because in the end the jokes fell flat and the drama doesn't hit. Very ordinary.
Rated 09 Jul 2021
38
27th
Quite possibly the most cookie cutter, rote Marvel film they have done yet. There are fun moments and setpieces, but other than Florence Pugh being great and David Harbour being funny, it's just cardboard and styrofoam. And what they did to Taskmaster was lame, but eh, whatever. It's just a flat, by the numbers experience. Now imagine the reaction if the pandemic hadn't hit....
Rated 09 Jul 2021
87
79th
Better than expected, and it helps flesh out a character that's been needing depth for a long time, but MCU-continuation-wise, I still kind of feel like it's useless, especially after the last Avengers film. But hey, it's still a lot of fun, and I enjoyed some of these characters, especially one of the villains.
Rated 09 Jul 2021
75
55th
Loses it a bit in the final 20 with the CGI and over-sentimentality but the rest is a solid blend of Marvel humour and Mission-Impossible-esque action sequences with some great characters. It's good to have Blockbusters properly back after the pandemic. Perfect appetizer for upcoming MCU films this year.
Rated 10 Jul 2021
85
80th
It's a great movie released at the wrong time. I understand those who might say that it loses something because it should have been released years ago, but as a film it does everything that the MCU movies do. Kind of underuses Taskmaster which sucks, but it was still a thrilling movie. Those opening credits, with the Smells like Teen Spirit cover, were haunting and emotional. The rest is just kind of a fun spy/action movie that doesn't break the mold but I don't care, I was into it.
Rated 10 Jul 2021
55
49th
Florence Pugh stood out in this mediocre film.
Rated 10 Jul 2021
70
22nd
Good first half. Then lost its way and ended in mindless forgettable over the top action. It also doesn't feel like the character actually went through all this between films and is the same character we see in infinity war. Probably would have benefited from being a smaller story. I didn't buy in to the family reunion side to the story.
Rated 10 Jul 2021
5
40th
Maybe the MCU break has been too long, but my expectations were above what was delivered. I'm rarely underwhelmed by the MCU, so it's a bit sad when it actually happens, maybe I'll remember to tone my expectations down next time. I hate it when russians speak english together with fake russian accents, it's just weird. The whole final sequence was very weird, at least the post credits scene is an interesting setup.
Rated 10 Jul 2021
70
67th
The narrative is a little slapdash and it’s several years late, but the family stuff worked and Pugh is an inspired piece of casting. Gender-bending and changing Taskmasters origin will no doubt get the fanboys frothing at the mouth, and for once they may have something of a point since the changes add nothing of note. That aside I liked this. A bit messy, but solid popcorn fun, well cast and lots of silly accents.
Rated 11 Jul 2021
6
56th
I could've done with a few more scenes of Scarlett hanging out in her trailer watching "Moonraker." also for the love of God somebody tell that pig it's okay to breathe.
Rated 12 Jul 2021
55
13th
One of Marvel's more uninspired movies.Everything about this feels like filler,like going through the motions without anything truly spectacular going on.It's like Marvel saying:there you go here's your Black Widow movie, without actually making it interesting.All of this is encapsulated in a very boring,laughably evil villain who you don't actually care about disliking not for a second.Even Marvel's misses though deliver entertainment with some incredibly fun new characters and interactions.
Rated 21 Jul 2021
80
36th
Florence Pugh is the best in this and in many ways, this film served more as an introduction to Yelena (dat post-credits scene was uuugh tho). I loved the fake soviet spy family drama and kinda got a bit emotional with Harbour and Weisz, while the action was sort of generic: various cities devastated, etc, etc. So a typical movie that suffers from Marvelitis: a few great elements, but mostly the same old recipe.
Rated 26 Jul 2021
56
42nd
This is perhaps the best acting to feel wasted in the MCU. Black Widow is more filler than it should have been, and there's a large part of me that feels this character might have been better served without this particular film or even any backstory at all. I love Florence Pugh in everything she does, but I wonder...could this story have been told better in a miniseries?
Rated 27 Jul 2021
40
9th
Flirts with being a spy thriller for about half-an-hour before dumping that and just going straight for MCU formula (though this is mercifully lighter on quips and callbacks). Completely flat, forgettable, and over-edited, but above all, numbingly dull. Cinema is back!
Rated 30 Jul 2021
73
54th
Hampered by its temporal displacement and the inevitable CGI destruction at the end, but it (mostly) works fine as light popcorn entertainment. Pugh deserves all the praise she's gotten, she's the star of the dinner scene despite barely talking for most of it.
Rated 11 Aug 2021
74
57th
The tone skews wildly from the first frame to the last, but it's a progression I appreciate. The second half is pretty close to the bombastic modern Bond movie I've been craving for years.
Rated 30 Aug 2021
2
8th
Of course I enjoyed wasting my 2 hours for this crap. Why wouldn't I? I mean who doesn't love to see a two hours long movie that surprisingly worse than Captain Marvel? Who would refuse to see a movie that doesn't explain any plot twist? Who the hell deny the beauty of a movie that filled with hundreds of inconvenient scenes? We all love a movie that doesn't respect our intelligence. Show anything without a logic, we will love it as long as there are explosions and figthing.
Rated 10 Oct 2021
67
53rd
It's kind of interesting how the MCU now does different sub-genres and I like the spy thriller angle here. Pugh is fantastic and all of the family drama here is done well, especially the comedic aspects. I was completely bored by the big set piece finale, as is pretty consistent with MCU (and most CGI-based action films).
Rated 09 Jul 2021
50
18th
I like the new style MCU is going for, more personal narratives with the right amount of action. Black Widow is a fun watch with impressive action pieces and emotional moments that feel earned. Needless to say, Florence Pugh was amazing. Looking forward to see her more in the MCU.
Rated 09 Jul 2021
64
27th
Better than expected but still not so good
Rated 09 Jul 2021
40
38th
meh. Florence Pugh is amazing though.
Rated 10 Jul 2021
65
38th
All my friends know I'm not a Marvel guy, Marvel is a bullshit, that's for sure. But i believe Black Widow is MCU's most touching movie so far. Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh's chemistry incredible, how can Pugh be so good? Totally unbelievable. Already, future superstar. For Johansson and Pugh, I can even put up with the MCU bullshit and I don't regret it. the plot and logic of the movie? No need for that, what Marvel movie has logic? For 10 years old only. Pugh and Johansson ???
Rated 11 Jul 2021
60
61st
Taskmistress??? Well, okay 2021.
Rated 11 Jul 2021
88
72nd
There are a lot of cool elements to this film such as providing context to what happened between the massive Avengers team ups. It's the best Natasha has ever been as a character and with the intro of Yelena it really added a human element to her story that had been lacking. There are a few things that could have been better overall such as the execution of the villain and some of the wonky CGI near the end. Florence Pugh will return and this was her origin story as well as Natasha's send off.
Rated 11 Jul 2021
76
44th
For me, at least, the good outweighs the bad. The comedy may be very cringy at times, especially around the infuriatingly annoying Red Guardian, there may be a few too many contrivances and formulaic plotlines, but despite that, the opening is amazing, this story has so much heart and seeing Widow center stage at long last really does live up to the hype. This movie should have been made right after Civil War. Also, screw the haters, I loved Taskmaster!
Rated 12 Jul 2021
87
55th
I didn't expect a movie that's all about women in this day and age to actually to have great female leads.
Rated 04 Nov 2021
3
28th
If they want to find the Red Room so bad why not just ask Christian Gray? Florence Pugh and David Harbour are pretty cool. Ray Winstone on other hand supplants the Dark Elf King or whatever from Thor 2 as the MCU’s weakest and least interesting villain EVER. Whole climax in fact just feels like frantic and overedited goofiness, though the middle stretches aren’t terrible.
Rated 12 Jul 2021
82
61st
I wasn't expecting much but I really enjoyed it. I have only seen a few of the older marvel films but I enjoyed this story and family dynamics. There were some good twists too. This features excellent acting for a super hero movie, best superhero acting I have seen since dark night. I have a feeling this will be one of the underrated Marvel films such as "Blade".
Rated 12 Jul 2021
60
78th
I enjoyed "Black Widow" because of the family/no-family plotline. It gave the movie humor and sentiment to go with its hard characters.
Rated 13 Jul 2021
68
30th
Pugh stands out and the rest was just meh. How many car crashes can you watch Natasha walk away from?
Rated 14 Jul 2021
75
58th
By far the most balanced Marvel movie of the last years. Refreshing to see Pugh in such a role, she absolutely nails it and is truly the heart of this film.
Rated 15 Jul 2021
88
60th
I liked this a lot even if parts felt like a 1990s action movie.
Rated 16 Jul 2021
60
20th
The script's actually not that bad, for Marvel. A well-motivated MacGuffin, who would have thought it. And the two leads have some chemistry. The action is visual garbage though. Good lord. Obviously influenced by recent Mission Impossibles, and the comparison is not flattering.
Rated 16 Jul 2021
68
17th
Overall, a whimpering end to the Johansson saga for the MCU. She deserved a better film A generally well-written script that is undercut by pacing issues. The movie seemed desperate to get to the next action sequence where it should have sat in the emotional moments a bit more. Black Widow has a rich backstory that could've been utilized much better.
Rated 17 Jul 2021
65
44th
It's fine, but disappointing. I'd actually say it's good up to the helicopter "landing" and then devolves in to what MCU critics usually complain about. I actually like all the actors (well,Maybe not Winston's choices) and Pugh is great
Rated 17 Jul 2021
77
64th
This movie is another entertaining addition to the Marvel cinematic universe. There are some fun action scenes and some funny moments. Florence Pugh steals this movie with her fun performance. Overall I would recommend this film.
Rated 17 Jul 2021
80
85th
I liked this a lot more than the previous films. Excellent supporting cast. Sad to see how it ended.
Rated 18 Jul 2021
81
65th
While I wouldn't have expected Widow to form the basis of a pumped-up tribute to the Roger Moore Bond films, it fits her like a glove as the unflappable centre that the daffy absurdism revolves around. Handled with aplomb by Shortland, drawing fine performances from her cast. Winstone would never pass muster as a threatening villain (even in Moore's world), otherwise the grand scale and design of sets and action sequences make this one of the most enjoyable of the recent MCU movies.
Rated 19 Jul 2021
82
46th
Black Widow is a fun dumb spy movie closer to a Mission Impossible meets Jason Bourne movie than a traditional superhero film. Until the 3rd act where it's filled with people falling through a CGI sky with bad CGI explosions on top of bad CGI green screen. In fact, every moment this movie reminds you it's part of the Marvel cog feels poor. The marvel connections drag down the pacing and chance for the movie's actual independent story to thrive.
Rated 20 Jul 2021
60
89th
A typical Avengers outing with a ton of good action and spy family drama. Was what we expected.
Rated 20 Jul 2021
60
40th
* Low to Mid tier MCU, but after a long quarantine and a lack of MCU at the cinema, it was enjoyable. And whenever you have a full film just staring at Pugh, ah, magical.. I could watch her for days. As noticed, there's not much else to talk about since it is mostly silly and not to realistic, especially how quickly forgiveness happened and all the bonding.
Rated 22 Jul 2021
80
68th
I enjoyed this, partly because I went into it largely expecting these flaws and was pleasantly surprised by how engaging the film was anyway.
Rated 26 Jul 2021
47
42nd
Good acting from most of the cast, but the story moved very slowly and ultimately wasn't very compelling. Lots of filler scenes. And action sequences were far too few and far between.
Rated 30 Jul 2021
65
51st
Florence Pugh elevates this enough to make it watchable.
Rated 31 Jul 2021
65
24th
Total meh. Starts alright and first act is decent. Best scene is when the family reunites, but it's all downhill from there. Some of the car crashes have awful CGI for some reason. Not quite there emotionally. A bit funny in the first half. Last act is just a mess of action. Unsatisfying.
Rated 31 Jul 2021
71
53rd
I'm a little conflicted with this movie. I think the idea is pretty cool, but I also think it feels like the sequel to the actual Black Widow prequel we never got, that was originally planned when they were making Avengers 1, with Hawkeye, that I would have loved to see. I also think David Harbour's character was underutilized, and Scarlett didn't quite feel as engaged with the role as she has been in the past. That said, I loved Florence Pugh in this and can't wait to see more from her.
Rated 04 Aug 2021
72
56th
Nothing new but I liked all the characters
Rated 08 Aug 2021
60
51st
It's kind of weird that Black Widow is a side character in her own movie. Anyway, it was an okay forgettable action movie.
Rated 09 Aug 2021
73
59th
Good fun. The accents are wobbly but with Johansson, Pugh, Harbour, Weisz and even Winstone, I didn't mind. Should have been a sequel to a Black Widow film. If the plan going forward is more Florence Pugh, I approve.
Rated 16 Dec 2021
55
42nd
Starts out quite well, with a genuinely intriguing sleeper agent prologue, before slowly but surely mutating into the usual OTT generic nonsense you could expect from Marvel.
Rated 19 Aug 2021
75
42nd
The 2 leads are great, the bady is boring. Run of the mill Marvel
Rated 11 Mar 2022
35
13th
It saddens me to say this, but this is the worst MCU movie (yup, Captain Marvel was way better, to my surprise) It's pointless and dull and arrived 10 years too late. The entire thing is very underwhelming to say the least, and the only reason this exists is because of a promise made years ago to Scarlett Johansson that she'd get her own stand alone film (also to usher in a new Black Widow) Natasha is invincible now? Don't even get me started on the absolute butchery of the Taskmaster character.
Rated 31 Aug 2021
75
34th
David Harbour really sells this movie for me. I just don't really enjoy "grounded MCU" movies like this one. Much prefer the weird SciFi fantasy we get in things like Thor.
Rated 04 Nov 2021
61
29th
A terrible time to make a solo Black Widow film. The interesting characters were underdeveloped, the villain sucked, and the terrible action sequences didn't make any sense in a movie that should have been a lot more Bourne and a lot less Fast and Furious. Harbour and Weisz acted circles around the rest of the cast, though I was intrigued by Florence Pugh's character at first until she ended up completely disappointing me by the end of the film.
Rated 15 Sep 2021
50
33rd
Expect spy film that could at least try to work outside franchise's scheme, receive another generic MCU entry filled with laughable plans of world domination -- pheronome stuff is just hilarious -- and family issues. Not that bad if we enjoy how good Pugh and Harbour are, adding such a fun, chaotic energy to the whole thing -- the fake family trying to take down the post-soviet program that enslaves little girls from all parts of the globe and turns them into relentless shady political assassins
Rated 23 Sep 2021
53
54th
Nary a dead husband nor egg sac in sight...
Rated 26 Sep 2021
80
45th
After years of speculation, this movie finally reveals the origin of Black Widow's jacket.
Rated 09 Oct 2021
65
55th
Yeah, the criticisms from fans are fair. This would’ve been better if released between Civil War and Infinity War, and the handling of Taskmaster is a bit odd. That being said, my main issue is the pacing. The second act is pretty much just a slow drama that’s a drag to get through, which kills the rewatchability of this. Otherwise, action is decent, first act is great, and I’m interested in seeing more of Pugh going forward. It’s in my bottom 5 MCU films, but it’s still pretty good.
Rated 14 Oct 2021
86
62nd
I'm a whore for Yelena Belova and that's the whole review.
Rated 02 Nov 2021
45
32nd
Would have been better with a solo storyline.
Rated 10 Jul 2021
65
42nd
+handful decent stunts -over the top -unrealistic -boring
Rated 01 Nov 2021
50
44th
Painfully average in every way.
Rated 11 Jul 2021
81
75th
Herşeyden önce film çok etkileyici bir şekilde başlıyor sonrasında da tempo hiç düşmüyor. Aksiyon filminde aranan her şey birinci sınıf bir şekilde mevcut, görüntü efektleri, dövüş sahneleri vb... Black Widow orijin hikayesi olması yüzünden genel evrenin ilerlemesi için aynı zamanda başta Elena olmak üzere yeni karakterlerin tanıtılması açısından gerekli ve son derece başarılı olmuş.
Rated 26 Nov 2021
0
4th
By far the worst movie in the MCU. Not only it fails on all fronts, but also (maybe because of COVID) there were so many prolonged and dull dialogues and pointless one on one scenes. The whole car ride/vest conversation for example, was absolutely dreadful.
Rated 04 Nov 2021
60
48th
Story is a bit bleak and hollow, but the action was somewhat captivating.
Rated 14 Jul 2021
63
39th
2021'de #IzlediğimFilmler : 206. Black Widow (2021) Beklentimi düşük tuttum ve bu işe yaradı. Marvel candır. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Rated 15 Jul 2021
57
15th
Florence Pugh Marvel filmine bile duygu katmayı başarıyor. Büyük oyuncu.
Rated 16 Jul 2021
40
8th
It's too bad that despite a concentrated effort to uplift its female characters, BLACK WIDOW doesn't also bear sufficient moral weight re: the horrific background details of its story.
Rated 17 Jul 2021
40
38th
Falls into the category of the overly-serious "Captain America" or Daniel Craig "Bond" movies. Not really any fun to be had here. Our first post-pandemic time at the cinema.
Rated 19 Jul 2021
60
47th
Avengers ailesinin kadın kahramanı Black Widow'un macera filmi. Bu sefer 2 kız kardeş, yaratıldığı dünyaya karşı intikamını alacaklar. Aile bağları ile tanıştığımız film, aksiyon sahneleriyle seyirciyi aldatıyor. Yeni karakter güzellikler sağlasa da, öykü yarım yamalak anlatımı filmi düşürüyor. Filmin sonunda, sanki Star Trek. Ablam daha iyi bacak ayırıyor.
Rated 24 Mar 2023
30
36th
good ol' American family values triumph over (post-) Soviet brainwashing. still, at least it's a relatively self-contained movie for the MCU
Rated 27 Jul 2021
20
7th
terrbile plot very skater shot and cheap the worst marvel i have seen even antman is better then this crap
Rated 22 Aug 2021
3
13th
lots of ass shots for a family movie
Rated 23 Aug 2021
70
77th
Entertainment: 4. Spirit: 1. Sustainability: 0.5. Family: 1.5
Rated 16 Sep 2021
44
43rd
watchable
Rated 16 Oct 2021
70
57th
It was entertaining however, I didn't like the action scenes at the end.
Rated 16 Oct 2021
85
36th
Loved Florence Pugh in this one. It was too late to change the over-sexualized portrayal of Nat, but they did a great job setting up Yelena and giving her depth.
Rated 18 Oct 2021
52
31st
A perfectly passable but otherwise generic entry in the Marvel Universe. I'm not really sure what the Red Room is supposed to be, but it's evidently hiding in the sky in some random place where it is always cloudy. Big drawback: What was the point of the fight between the two female leads?

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