If you're looking for a chance to see Black Widow get that long awaited kiss from Captain America, go ahead and watch this if you must. Otherwise, you won't find much of interest here. This is a movie that doesn't know what it wants to be, and succeeds at being not much of anything. It starts out as if it's going to be a coming-of-age movie about a young woman who serendipitously lands a nanny job, and gets carried up in youthful daydreams about becoming Mary Poppins. Then it forgets about that and decides it's going to be Mommy Dearest with a nanny as the central victim. Nah, nevermind, let's make it a romantic comedy, only without the laughs. Ok forget that, we'll be a touching tale of self-sacrifice from a saintly woman who redeems her own abusers. Or whatever. At one point the movie even sets up what will apparently become be a running joke about never seeing the child's father's face, but grows tired of it and even gives up on that. Scarlet Johansson is great at conveying a sense of vulnerability, but nothing else in this movie works. The jokes aren't funny, the bad guys are too stereotypical for us to hate them, her relationships with the various secondary characters are never properly grounded in anything we see on film. Chris Evans isn't given anything more to do than flash his smile and say charming sweet nothings. When you get to the end of this movie you'll wonder how it managed to kill so much time without doing anything. On second thought, if you want to see Black Widow and Captain America kiss, go back and rewatch the escalator scene from Winter Soldier. You'll see more working story telling on that escalator ride than in this entire movie.