It’s too late for Black Widow

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It’s hard to be a fan of the black widow of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He grabs like a sore thumb. On a team of overwhelming guys (and Hawkeye), he meets less cinematic “administrator manipulators” and “weird sexy martial arts translations.” His story to Black Widow has been about as nuanced and impressive as the Smurfetten. When he has been given more to do than pose in front of explosions or take people down his thighs, the stories have been criticized so strongly that they have turned themselves on.

In Ultron’s age he was harassed into a Hamfisted romance with the Hulk, who was immediately ridiculed Thor: Ragnarok. His big swan dives into oblivion The final game Because of the “sons,” the Avengers, he is repeatedly ridiculed in the title book, Black Widow. Natasha Romanoff, the first heroine of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, often feels a big joke. And this attempt to rehabilitate him posthumously feels far too little too late.

In Black Widow, Director Cate Shortland and screenwriters Jac Schaeffer and Ned Benson try to clearly portray Natasha Romanoff and find a genuinely interesting character buried in less than a decade of overexualized rubbish. The problem is that it is really hard to do. This character carries a lot of luggage – more than Wanda Maximoff – which Schaeffer conveniently rehabilitated WandaVision.

Wanda may have a bad rap in the movies, but he’s also alive at the end of each chapter of his story. He can be transformed into a dynamic character with desires and desires that go beyond what a handful of male directors passed on to him in a few films. Natasha Romanoff doesn’t have the same luxury. He can’t be dynamic because his story has already been told. We have already seen his final game. He tells Hawkeye that he’s not a great person, and the least he can do is kill himself, so some men, his “sons” can live. Black Widow Flick this future under weight. The filmmakers build a rich and nuanced life for him that doesn’t revolve around the Avengers. It is meant to be a retracted curtain; an account of what made him tick and what led to his decision to swan dive into oblivion. Instead, it feels like a desperate and sweaty argument widely distorted movement.

The costume subtly suggests that perhaps the skintight cat is Natasha Romanoff’s choice and not the Black Widow.
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It’s not the filmmakers ’fault that Natasha Romanoff has been“ sexy revenge ”all this time. There is no reason for them that Spider-Man got the film before Natasha or that the character was missing so much merchandise it inspires several hashtags. The black widow has been short-lived for years. One movie with a handful of very good jokes always tried to fight for it.

But the filmmakers are trying to fix the broken one before they came along. In one of the distinctive moments of the film, Natasha dodges the global hunt without doing anything about her appearance. As she drops cash for snacks at the gas station, her adoptive sister Jelena Belova, who appears in Florence Pugh, clearly begins to mock Natasha’s tendency to pose and turn her hair while doing something sporty. It’s a very funny and gorgeous character – a sister tearing up one of MCU’s most humorous heroes. It’s the filmmakers who speak through Jelena and proclaim a decade of fetishization from Jon Favreau, Joss Whedon and the Russo brothers while they neatly testify that Jelena is different.

“Look,” Marvel seems to say. “We got to tell the women to wait their turn for a decade. We confess our sins and want you to ignore them because Pugh and Johansson are excellent in chemistry.”

I spent much of the film torn from the irritation in the cookie that Marvel met and really loves the taste of it. The film then covers the humor of humor that can be expected to be a bunch of lifelong assassins and spies as Natasha and Yelena treat the graphic details of forced sterilization as jokes. The film later descends into the rhythm of the more military price of the MCU, but this moment that wildly deals with the key and the controversial plot Ultron’s age, makes everything almost feel like it’s worth it.

Natasha and Jelena are kind of sisters who mock their own extreme trauma.
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In Ultron’s age Natasha breaks into tears from Bruce Banner, whom he has apparently linked between films. When he explains why they can’t be together, and assumes he sometimes turns into an uncontrollable green monster, Natasha says no. That’s because he is a monster. He was forcibly sterilized in a red room and can never have children. criticism of the Black Widow arc was serious, especially his infantilizing relationship with the Hulk. Ultron’s age manager Joss Whedon reportedly even left Twitter avoid it.

In Black Widow Jelena and then Natasha go to the black comedy reef for their barren uterus because of the discomfort of a red guard who served as her father in spy doctrine 20 years earlier before turning them into the Red Room to become black widows. If once Natasha said it made her a monster, here’s something to joke with her younger, similarly influenced sister. It feels more authentic and certainly less maudlinic than a monster from a monster before she finds a maternity fax by cheating lullabies to a giant green man. This was the black widow of the comics and the promise of the character, as seen in the picture Winter soldier (and to a lesser extent Civil war): an assassin with a corky sense of humor, using it to make a spy father uncomfortable about his involvement in his child soldier.

It’s a shame Natasha is still dead, and Scarlet Johansson is ready for franchising because for a few minutes we got what we were promised 12 years ago when Emily Blunt was rumored first join the emerging MCU Black Widow. Like Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth, he spent more than a decade of his career in this franchise program. They each received a trilogy of films asking about the character’s purpose at MCU. He got the foreplay trying to soften his sudden departure. The film was funny, and it has moments that are even great, but everything feels way too little, too late.

Thanks for the post-credit sequence, we know Pugh is next at the Disney Plus show Hawkeye. Let’s hope the MCU treats his black widow a little more kindly. But since he’s already been pulled by Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld’s Hawkeyes, I don’t get too optimistic.

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