One Line Review: A bidding farewell for Natasha Romanoff.
Black Widow was an installment from Marvel Cinematic Universe that had kept the fans waiting for so long. After Natasha’s death people were excited to see her get a solo movie and apart from that the guesses regarding the plot (Well, it’s Marvel!).
“While it took far too long for “Black Widow” to get her own solo film, she puts her moment to good use, blowing up the patriarchy in epic style.”~Common Sense Media
Our review for Black Widow is 8.5/10.
The movie starts with Natasha’s and Yelena’s childhood, both of them brought up in Ohio by Alexei and Melina. Both the kids realize that they were in Ohio as a part of a mission and their parents were working for a man called Antonia Dreykov aka Taskmaster. Dreykov sends both Natasha and Yelena to the Red Room to get them trained as his army of widows.
The movie then dates back to the post-Civil Wartime and Natasha is on the run from the government. She meets her sister and finds out that Red Room is still active and Dreykov is alive, whom she thought was killed by herself years back. The rest of the story is about how Natasha along with her sister teams up with their so-called parents and fights off the Taskmaster to destroy his red room.
A much-needed movie for Black Widow, I’d say and Scarlett has done some pretty insane stunts throughout the movie. Though it’s supposed to be an action movie with all superhero moments, it is kind of sweet too with a lot of moments of the sisters together.
A must-watch for Marvel Fans.