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“Madame Web” Review

Madame Web: Directed by S.J. Clarkson. With Dakota Johnson, Sydney Sweeney, Isabela Merced, Celeste O’Connor. Cassandra Webb is a New York metropolis paramedic who begins to demonstrate signs of clairvoyance. Forced to challenge revelations about her past, she needs to safeguard three young women from a deadly adversary who wants them destroyed.

With a story set in 2003, I would actually believe you if you told me that the movie itself was made in 2003, maybe even if you said it was made for TV. It’s not a terrible film, but it’s also not a great one, with a story that’s easy enough to follow, but without much nuance and extremely little super hero action, which was a shock to me. It’s 90% four women running from a mysterious bad guy, then one action filled confrontation, as brought to you by Pepsi, featuring Pepsi bottles, Pepsi signs, then glass bottles of Pepsi from a Chinese take away meal as a reward for winning their fight. The entire thing feels like an overly complicated prequel to four more interesting stories, but as I said, it’s just interesting enough to not be a ‘bad” film.

Seeing Sydney Sweeny play a shy, naive, and innocent teenager was weird.

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