Wonder Woman 1984 Is Bursting With Unfinished Thoughts | #SciFiSunday
We haven’t had the chance to watch yet, but we are bookmarking this review from Emmet Asher-Perrin at Tor.com for a post-viewing debrief.
Sometimes you watch a film, and it feels as though you’re having a conversation that never quite makes it to the point. You can see the threads, the ideas, the potential of the discussion you’re making your way toward, but you never arrive. Wonder Woman 1984 is a lot like that—an experience packed to the brim with potential, thoughts, even fun… that just can’t seem to find its way home.
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