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Professor Marston and The Wonder Women (2017)

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (2017)

I really do love Wonder Woman. She is probably my favorite superhero. I love the 70s TV show with Lynda Carter and the recent film. 299 more words


BFI London Film Festival ’17 Review: ‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women’ is a character-driven, psychosexual drama that seriously deserves your attention

Polyamory is not a subject that is often tackled within fiction – much less in a way that portrays such a relationship as a multifaceted romance, rather than voyeuristic soft porn. 792 more words


Spoiler Alert Sunday :: our thoughts on Professor Marston and the Wonder Women

So I will begin by saying: gosh, we enjoyed this movie. I mean, that should be kind of a gimme, considering it’s about the bisexual triad responsible for creating and inspiring Wonder Woman, who is a wonderful and kickass character and a feminist inspiration. 564 more words

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Even though it’s considered much more naughty, a menage-a-trois is much easier to depict on film than a full-blown polyamorous relationship. Not only do you have to make an audience feel invested in a romantic relationship, but you have to make them feel invested in essentially three different relationships: person A and person B, person B and person C, and person A and person C. 324 more words

Stop, Go, or Slow Down: Professor Marston and the Wonder Women

Earlier this year, the DCEU finally struck gold with one of the summer’s biggest hits: Wonder Woman. Based on the most iconic female superhero of all time, the film and character portrayed by Gal Gadot have very quickly become cultural icons. 637 more words

Professor Marston & the Wonder Women - Movie Review

Today I review Professor Marston & the Wonder Women, a biopic of the life of William Moulton Marston and the women who inspired him. Directed by Angela Robinson and starring Luke Evans, Rebecca Hall, and Bella Heathcote.


'Professor Marston And The Wonder Women' Review: Sex And The Single Comic Book Icon Makes For Fun Ride

Timing is everything. With the blockbuster success of this summer’s Wonder Woman plus a resurgence of interest in the female comic book icon, it looks like now is the perfect moment for an origin tale of where Wonder Woman came from. 555 more words

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