Destiny and purpose are the lies that hold our reality together, delicate threads that exist in our world, and in the fantasy world of The Green Knight, an absurdist tale about finding meaning in life while also realizing there is none. But in that realization beauty still exists. Scenery for sore eyes, music that enchants the soul, wonderful distractions from the sorrows of self discovery.
The setting of Gawain's journey is a place where legends become reality and reality cannot be trusted, but his journey is still a timeless one. Anyone and everyone can relate to wandering aimlessly towards an inevitable destiny.
The palpable sense of fear and paranoia felt in all great spy thrillers isn't present in Black Widow, which isn't a movie so much as it is a 200 million dollar franchise baton being passed between two actors.
All the new characters are played by good actors who are certainly trying to be funny and memorable, but no one really leaves a mark besides Florence Pugh as Yelena. Scarlett Johansson's performance as Nastasha gives off the impression of an actor…