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Madam Web Review

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Madam Web, oh where do I begin? Let's start with the elephant in the room: yes, the reviews on social media are correct – this movie is terrible. But hold on, don't dismiss it just yet. There's something oddly charming about its sheer awfulness.

From the get-go, you'll find yourself questioning if an AI wrote the script. The dialogue feels robotic, almost alien, and you'll wonder what else the filmmakers could possibly get wrong. Yet, somehow, you'll keep watching, transfixed by the train wreck unfolding before your eyes.

Credit where credit's due – Madam Web is consistent. It doesn't try to redeem itself; it stays consistently bad throughout. And while there are moments that gave me goosebumps, they were fleeting, overshadowed by the cringe-worthy performances and laughable action scenes.

Now, let's talk about potential. This movie had it in spades. The concept was intriguing, the trailer promising, but alas, it dropped the ball – hard. It's frustrating, to say the least. However, in a bizarre twist, its failures become its saving grace.

Madam Web is perfect for a night of drinks with friends. Embrace its flaws, revel in its unintentional comedy, and you might just have a surprisingly good time. As a serious film, it's a hard pass, but as a cringy comedy, it's a masterpiece..

Rating: 2/10

A cringy good time: 10/10