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Madame Web early reviews slam 'the worst comic book movie' of all-time

Sam Cawley

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Madame Web early reviews slam 'the worst comic book movie' of all-time

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Early reviews for Madame Web are in, and they’re not being kind. Many are saying it’s one of the worst superhero films ever made.

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Madame Web is yet another Sony spin-off project, this time bringing us an origin story of the clairvoyant Marvel character often seen helping Spider-Man with a variety of personal and multiversal problems.

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The initial trailer didn’t go down well with fans, many of which compared it to a CW show in terms of writing and visuals. The film is due to release in cinemas tomorrow, 14 February, and early reviews are slating it as one of the worst comic book films ever made, somehow even worse than Morbius.

One review read: “#MadameWeb is a clunky, poorly-written, messy, and sloppy movie packed with some mediocre editing and performances. Even though it had solid cinematography and an interesting concept, it couldn't be saved due to its terrible execution.”

Another simply said: "Morbius was better," which is pretty embarrassing considering the only good thing to come from that film was the neverending memes.

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Finally one reviewer said: “#MadameWeb is yet another disappointing entry in the Sony Universe. Dakota Johnson is a stand-out, but unfortunately that's not the case for the rest of the cast. Not as bad as I expected it to be, but it sadly falls short of what could have been a decent movie.”

It seems like Sony’s efforts to build a Spider-Man cinematic universe without Spider-Man continue to fail at every turn, who’d have thought? The only mildly successful films have been Venom and its sequel, with a third film on the way later this year. That being said, even those have their fair share of problems, with the main appeal being the character of Venom himself, and watching Tom Hardy talk to himself for just short of two hours.

Madame Web will land in cinemas tomorrow, 14 February .

Topics: Marvel, Sony, Marvels Spider Man, Spider Man, TV And Film

Sam Cawley
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