Madame Web Review

Sony and Marvel, what are you doing with Madame Web? I find myself questioning this decision. When I first heard about this film, I thought it was a bad idea. That feeling intensified when I saw the pictures; it looked worse than anticipated. What disappointed me the most was Anya, one of my favorite characters in the Spider-Verse. Seeing how she was portrayed was disheartening.

Initially skeptical, I decided to give it a chance and watched it in theaters. Unfortunately, it lived up to the negative reviews. The first half of the movie started off interestingly, establishing a plot around a woman disconnected from her past and struggling with loneliness. However, the narrative took a nosedive when it introduced clichéd teenage characters with cringe-worthy dialogue. The pacing was erratic, alternating between slow and fast, making it hard to follow.

Moreover, the film failed to explain crucial elements, such as the spider society, leaving the audience bewildered. The villain’s backstory and motivations were inadequately addressed, contributing to the overall confusion. The lack of substantial action and the unclear character development made it a disappointing experience.

In conclusion, I do not recommend this film. It falls short of expectations, as many have previously stated.

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