Film Synopsis: Black Widow. Following the events of Captain America: Civil War (2016 film), Natasha Romanoff (played by Scarlett Johansson) finds herself alone and forced to confront a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past. Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Romanoff must deal and confront with her history as a spy and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she ever became an Avenger….
This black widow was one SERIOUS beast! I loved seeing her fight! She was fierce! I loved the introduction of her childhood – it gave a clear understanding of her she became to be Thee Natasha Romahoff. The film was good, but for some reason I felt that it could have been better. Did you feel that way too – or was it just me?
I just had to get that little rant out real quick. The man who portrayed the role of their father was funny. He was just a stupid fool like both of his daughters called him and that he truly was, indeed! There is a post-credit scene way @ the end of the movie….and it is a real doozy for you people, too! I was feeling the movie, but not the way that I was expecting too. I don’t know. The Black Widow was worth waiting for I say!!!
It was good, enjoyable, & very entertaining – maybe I am not a big Marvel fanatic like some people are. Who knows? I can understand The Black Widow running from her past and trying to reinvent herself & where this film picked up from from where she, the Black Widow assisted Captain Steve Rogers escape. Her sister really showed her the truth and the meaning of family and truth.
Sometimes it takes a village to show someone that you truly love them or at times it can take one person and it can be someone younger or even older than you but in this case, it was someone younger and that was Natasha’s younger sister, Yelena. You know, it never seems to phase me that in life sometimes people who are younger seem to be so much more wiser than older people.
Do you ever seem to stop and think about that – in that way? In that perspective even? FAMILY. It’s a word that is often used, but never expressed; at least not fully and you can see after 21 years once both girls were all grown up how much they yearned for that word, dreamt to have that word back, and at the same time feared that word would be stripped and ripped from them because of what their parents had to do at the same time.
Both girls exhibited those raw feelings after 21 long years of being isolated, apart, and having to kill, fight, wonder, and survive without the only family that they have ever known. Moving on to something else – do you think that Natasha will make a come back? You know that there is talk of this being her LAST and FINAL film in the Marvel Universe?
Marvel does have a way just like any other film or series of bring the dead back to life. In the post-credit scene we see that. What are your thoughts on that? Will her sister become an Avenger to avenger her death? What do you want to see happen? Is the Black Widow returning?
What do you think will happen? It was a good thing that the two sisters made up and called a truce in the film and Natasha called a truce with everything and everyone in this film so really, is it closed? For good? There are a lot of questions about the Black Widow and “what ifs” that can be raised…
“I loved the movie & I feel it told a wonderful backstory to Natasha!” #TonightWithTrav