Marvel’s Black Widow: The Fighting Melancholy of the Black Widow

CRITICAL – Scarlett Johansson asserts all the finesse of her game in this character that she has played for ten years for Marvel. An atypical feminine blockbuster signed Cate Shortland.

It would have been logical to believe that Black widow , the first Marvel film released in theaters since the start of the pandemic, sets off the great organs of the blockbuster calibrated for the summer. Thundering with its special effects, action sequences, not to mention the deployment of extraordinary superpowers and other galactic fantasies. However, beyond this seductive envelope, Black widow is none of that.

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If that had been the case, the film would have totally denied the very nature of its main heroine: the Black Widow. Created by Stan Lee and Don Heck in 1964, Natasha Romanoff is one of the most complex and tormented Marvel characters. First of all, this attractive heroine of Russian origin has no superpowers. In the film, one of the protagonists is amused by this characteristic, specifying that he “Doubt that a God from outer space should take a

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