‘Wonder Woman 1984’ might be a beautiful mess, or maybe just a mess – ClearTips

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ might be a beautiful mess, or maybe just a mess – TechCrunch

“Wonder Woman 1984” was released on HBO Christmas Day Max, where it quickly splits the host of original content podcasts.

Perhaps it was predictable that Anthony – a fan of clunky-but-ambitious superhero sequels like “The Dark Knight Rises” and “Avengers: Age of Ultron” – enjoyed the film. Meanwhile, Darrell favored most of the critics, who found the film to be exaggerated and even mysteriously felt bad at times.

The biggest surprise was Jordan, who had previously disliked “Wonder Woman” and really liked the sequel, which was in large part because of Kristen Wiig’s portrayal of the villainous Cheetah.

Everyone agreed that there were problems, including some slipshots and confusing plotting, as well as depictions of Wonder Woman, completely defined by the longing of Steve Trevor, the character of Chris Pine who ended the first film I died or returned here under mysterious circumstances.

But where Anthony found the film’s overall arc – rewriting the melancholy love story of “Superman II” as a parable about capitalism and climate change – and to wonderfully influence its big emotional moments, Darrell thought the entire final acting was catchy, with some of the worst CGI seen in a big-budget film.

In addition to debating the merits of “Wonder Woman 1984”, we also discuss our top streaming pics for the past year.

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If you want to skip ahead, here’s how the episode breaks:
0:00 Introduction
0:35 The best discussion of the year
16:23 “Wonder Woman 1984” review
30:05 “Wonder Woman 1984” spoiler discussion

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