Dakota Johnson

Dog’s Movie House: “Madame Web” A Cinematic Trainwreck, Not Just A Superhero Film Trainwreck!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a look at what might be the worst superhero film ever made (although it’s tough to imagine anything beating 1997’s “Batman & Robin” for that particular title). Sony Pictures, who own the rights to Spider-Man but don’t use him in their movies due to some sort of agreement with Disney (home of the MCU), have decided to try and make money by mining Spidey’s rogue’s gallery of villains and side-characters for their own stand-alone films! When it works, you get the “Venom” films (primarily because of Tom Hardy’s bonkers performance). When it doesn’t you get crap like “Morbius” and now, “Madame Web,” which takes a cast of talented actors and leaves them adrift on a sea of bad writing, less-than-special effects, and editing choices that may leave you wishing you’d brought your Dramamine to the theater!

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Dog’s Movie House: “Madame Web” A Trainwreck Of A Superhero Movie!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here and you have to hand it to Sony: They keep putting out subpar superhero movies like they’re going out of style, all because they want to retain the rights to their comic book properties. They own “Spider-Man” but because of their deal with Marvel Studios, it’s difficult to get the actual Spider-Man into any of their movies. So what do they do? They decide to create movies features obscure characters from the Rogue’s Gallery of Spider-Man allies and villains. Some of them, like the Venom movies, work because Tom Hardy is commited to a bonkers performance that makes the film, but most of Sony’s (non-animated) efforts are just terrible! Which brings us to “Madame Web” a superhero film that makes “Morbius” look like a cinematic masterpiece!

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