Wednesday is an epic movie filled with adventures and will leave you thrilled. Although thought to be weird, the main character, Wednesday, is outstanding, daring, indifferent, and highly intelligent. Even when considered a loner was able to secure the best of friendships. Of course, her roommate Enid is a friend anyone could wish for.
It’s also quite unbelievable that a young teenager would be so archaic and old-fashioned and want little to do with modern; it’s little wonder Xavier welcomed her to the 21st century with a phone.
The movie has great lessons on friendship, teamwork, and resilience; one could imagine how far Wednesday went in search of the truth. Also, how the characters played with words is highly commendable; the deep, dark sarcasm will leave one in awe.
Secondly, it’s good to note how this movie displayed the beauty of music, talent, and creativity.
On the other hand, the movie was predictable because it didn’t take long to discover who was responsible for the chaos. Wednesday was a bit overbearing and selfish, always putting herself and her friends at risk most of the time. And the movie isn’t much horror and as dark as I thought it to be.
Much remains untold about the therapist and Bianca; there’s more to be told about their story, which needs to be clarified.
The end scene leaves many questions: Who exactly is stalking Wednesday? Who sent her those messages? Did Tyler break free? Does Xavier have a hand? There is so much more to discover as we anticipate this movie’s second season.