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Black Widow, reviews: Action and emotions found in Scarlett Johansson’s goodbye

Early viewers have praised her perfect balance between action and espionage behind Natasha Romanoff. Florence Pugh stole the story.


Marvel Studios is back in theaters, this time with Black Widow, a film starring Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh. Within days of its arrival in theaters and at Disney Plus, specialized media in the United States have already been able to see the film, which has allowed them to share their first reactions.

The embargo to share your impressions on social networks was lifted last Thursday, June 17, so fans can already know what to expect from Black Widow’s latest adventure in Marvel’s MCU.

Black Widow’s first reactions
CinemaBlend’s Sean O’Connell: “I loved Black Widow for very unexpected reasons. Yes, it’s wall-to-wall action, but the heart of the movie and the exhibition of a broken family hit me hard. I really appreciate this deeper dive into Natasha. ”

ScreenRant’s Alisha Grauso: “Black Widow shows exactly why Natasha Romanoff was the one who brought the Avengers together. Shades of John Wick (in the) fight scenes, witty action sequences wrapped in a heartfelt and poignant story about the family are present. Excited to see Yelena carry the beloved spy’s torch. “”

BuzzFeed’s Nora Dominick: “It could be one of my favorite origin movies in the MCU. We finally understand Natasha’s story and everything she had to go through. Furthermore, Florence Pugh was born to this universe; his dynamic with Scarlett is a triumph to see. “”

Comicbook’s Brandon Davis: “Black Widow is one of Marvel’s best solo movies. From start to finish, it’s great. Great surprises, emotional character moments, tremendous action, and Scarlett Johansson finally gets it all on paper. Director Cate Shortland got it right. “”

Something that critics highlight is the film’s impressive action sequences. Since Natasha Romanoff is a deadly spy, Black Widow has a chance to feature more first-person matches and fights.

Black Widow Premiere
Black Widow , which will mean Scarlett Johansson’s last participation in the UCM, will premiere in theaters and Disney + with Premium Access on July 9.

What do you think?

Written by Leena Wadia

Linguist-translator by education. I have been working in the field of advertising journalism for over 9 years.


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