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"WONDER WOMAN" (2017) Review

Since the release of "MAN OF STEEL" back in 2013, the D.C. Comics Extended Universe (DCEU) franchise has been in a conundrum. Although the 2013 film and with the two sinema that followed - "BATMAN V. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE" and "SUICIDE SQUAD" - were all box office hits, they had been heavily condemned kwa many film critics. Then along came "WONDER WOMAN", the first superhero movie that featured a woman in the lead since 2005.

Directed kwa Patty Jenkins, "WONDER WOMAN" is basically a flashback on the origins of Princess Diana of Thymerica aka Diana Prince aka Wonder...
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"THE COMPLEXITY OF WONDER WOMAN"

Ever since the release of the 2017 DCEU movie, "WONDER WOMAN", film critics and moviegoers have been raving over it and raving over the Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman character as this ray of sunshine in the middle of Warner Brother Studio's DCEU’s "doom and gloom". Sigh!

First of all, the main reason I had looked mbele to seeing "WONDER WOMAN" in the first place was my curiosity over the main protagonist's development. I was curious to see how the Wonder Woman/Diana Prince character had transformed into the somewhat cynical and weary woman that I saw in the...
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posted by vider69
Yes, I alisema that I'd stop creating spots after my tenth one, 'King Kong' and now I'm at it again with my eleventh spot, which just proves to me how addictive fanpop can be, and I upendo animation, so after creating 'Animalation' and 'Cartoon Babes' I was surprised that no one had created a spot for Wonder Woman, I loved the comic vitabu and the televisheni series with Lynda Carter, and when I 'Googled' Wonder Woman I was amazed at how many photos, karatasi za kupamba ukuta and material was available on the subject of someone who I have been a shabiki of for as long as I can remember, so it was a big deal for me to...
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I was raised kwa a really strong woman who, when I was eight, divorced my dad and entered the feminist movement. It was she who bought me my first 'Wonder Woman' book, a hardcover compendium of 'golden-age' comics kwa Moulton-Marsden himself. That's where my upendo of all things Wonder Woman began.

However, I couldn't help but notice that, ABC's WW onyesha notwithstanding, there was an absolute paucity of female superhero shows and movies. Think about it--how many times have they rehashed 'Batman'? Or, for that matter 'Superman'? Who really was there to represent Us? When are they going to do a live-action...
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posted by Jeffrey2112
 Adrianne Palicki
Adrianne Palicki
Wonder Woman is making a comeback whether we like it au not!

Adrianne Palicki, has been cast to take on the role that made Lynda Carter famous in the 70’s.

Palicki will play Diana Prince, a Los Angeles businesswoman who masquerades as a crime fighting she-ro, in the NBC show.

Although Adrianne Palicki has been uigizaji for years, this role will definitely take her to the inayofuata level. What I’m trying to say is that she will go from C/D orodha to A/B orodha if the onyesha is a hit. That means a lot of magazine covers, free gifts and she gets to tarehe some hot A-list actors.

What do wewe guys think of Wonder Woman making a comeback?
 Adrianne Palicki
Adrianne Palicki
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After the rebirth of old TV Shows like The Bionic Woman, Hawaii 5-0 and Battlestar Gallactica, many of wewe have been clamoring for a rebirth of Wonder Woman. wewe clamored even zaidi when wewe heard it was on the table. Well, finally, it appears that the project is going to happen. It was just announced that NBC has decided to give the onyesha a go.

The project is being touted as a reinvention (Yikes, that is almost never good) of the amazon Princess, where Wonder Woman, also known as Diana Prince, is a ‘vigilante crime fighter in Los Angeles, but also a successful corporate executive and a...
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