Madame Web: Fans praises Dakota Johnson's film following the disaster with The Marvel 

The next Marvel film Madame Web, which stars Dakota Johnson in the lead role, had its world premiere on Monday in Los Angeles.  

Following the failure of the female-led ensemble film The Marvels the previous year, many have praised the film in the initial reactions following its screening. 

The positive, negative, and ugly things that X users have said about Madame Web are included here.  

“#MadameWeb is a Amazingly-written and a fantastic movie packed with some of the best editing and performances. It even has solid cinematography and an interesting concept, the way they executed her web connecting them all is brilliant,” added one fan.

“#MadameWeb I am currently crying so hard right now. This is seriously the most beautiful, well put together story ever. I can't believe how magical it was. Truly made me shed a tear. And especially the one that part was just so truly heart touching words can not describe,” posted by a fan.

#MadameWeb is totally fine. There’s really not a lot to say here. The leads are charming. Dakota Johnson is a witchy weirdo. The slasher/FINAL DESTINATION meets superheroes vibes are there. But there’s just not a whole lot to it. Not a disaster. Just kinda there," wrote a user.

"#MadameWeb is an embarrassing mess," they wrote. It's arguably the worst comic book movie I've ever seen, a waste of talented talents. crappy editing, terrible dialogue, and an overall ridiculous structure. I waited there, perplexed, while each scene was approved by someone. Memes will make it worthwhile.  

Madame Web narrates the independent beginnings of one of the most intriguing female characters in Marvel publishing, according to a statement.  

Dakota Johnson plays Manhattan paramedic Cassandra Webb in the suspenseful thriller. Webb discovers she has the ability to look into the future and realizes she can use this knowledge to alter it.