Ernest Calderon’s review published on Letterboxd :
I may be the only person that likes the Hulk/Black Widow romance, even though the dialogue is clunky (is Natasha really right to view herself as a monster because she can't have children?)
Also I love Jeremy Renner in this, from talking about remodeling his farmhouse, to encouraging Wanda to fight:
"The city is FLYING. We're fighting an army of robots, and I have a bow and arrow. None of this makes sense."
The themes of trust and teamwork leaned against the themes of heroism and monstrosity give you a good bit to think about. How can these characters overcome their personal demons to work together? It's simple, yet effective stuff.
Yes, it's a messy, overlong film, but so damn fun.