Posts Tagged ‘Wonder Woman’

Zack Snyder’s Justice League

[This is a SPOILER-FREE review.] Since you may be embarking on a 4-hour journey (or may have already), I’ll get this out there at the top of the review, so as not to add to your plate: Is Zack Snyder’s fully realized vision for Justice League better than the 2017 theatrical cut? Yes. Is it a […]

Wonder Woman 1984

Though it's dragged down by a hokey tone and too much plot, WW84 scrapes by on its infectious positivity and a scary-good performance from Pedro Pascal.

Heartland: Stuntwomen: The Untold Hollywood Story

Despite its clunky structure and hierarchy choices, this documentary is worth it for its celebration of these pitifully uncelebrated badass professionals.

On movies, theaters, studios, streaming and the future of watching

Between the death-or-crippling of movie theaters and the rise of streaming services and VOD, there's so much stuff to watch we don't know what to watch.

ReelBob: ‘Professor Marston & the Wonder Women’ ★★★★½

By Bob Bloom William Moulton Marston is known for two creations — an early prototype of the lie detector and Wonder Woman. In the year that Wonder Woman smashes onto the big screen in a big-budget superhero film, it is apropos that a movie explaining Marston’s inspiration for his Amazonian character also is released. In […]

Indy Style — September 22

On this week's show, Chris reviews "Kingsman: The Golden Circle," "The Lego Ninjago Movie," "Brad's Status," "Rebel in the Rye," "Stronger," "Friend Request" plus "Wonder Woman" on video.

Wonder Woman

What makes "Wonder Woman" such a superlative superhero flick? It starts with this heroine, and this actress.

“Apes” beat super-humans at box office

"War for the Planet of the Apes" opens strong with $56 million, edging "Spider-Man: Homecoming" in its second weekend.