Madame Web Review: Dakota Johnson’s Superhero Film Spins A Messy Web With Characters As Uninspiring As A Snoozing Spider


By Pooja Darade

Madame Web Movie Review Rating:

Star Cast: Dakota Johnson, Tahar Rahim, Sydney Sweeney, Isabela Merced, Celeste O’Connor, Adam Scott, Emma Roberts, Kerry Bishe

Director: S. J. Clarkson

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What’s Good: The build-up

What’s Bad: Boring characters, weak script

Loo Break: You can take as many as you want, and the story will still struggle to make good progress

Watch or Not?: Only if you love Dakota Johnson blindly and are okay with watching her perform poorly

Language: English

Available On: Theatrical release

Runtime: 116 minutes

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In the 1970s, a pregnant Constance Webb (Kerry Bishe) and her colleague Ezekiel Sims (Tahar Rahim) are in the Amazon forest, looking for a rare species of spider that could cure many diseases. However, Ezekiel betrays Constance, leaving her harmed in the jungle. The members of Las Arañas help Constance give birth to Cassandra/Cassie (Dakota Johnson) while she dies during childbirth. The story then shifts to 2003, where Cassie works as a Paramedic.

Cassie is alone and living carelessly, until her psychic abilities as a clairvoyant bother her. It becomes her mission to save Julia Cornwall (Sydney Sweeney), Anya Corazon (Isabela Merced) and Mattie Franklin (Celeste O’Connor) from Ezekiel. In those 2 hours, we see how Cassie understands her powers and how she saves the three girls from the big threat.

Madame Web Movie Review
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Madame Web Movie Review: Script Analysis

Madame Web has a decent start as it builds up the curiosity about Cassie’s world. You enjoy seeing her in work mode and feeling confused with the visions she keeps getting. However, when the villain Ezekiel is reintroduced, …read more

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