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WCP: ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ – Good or Problematic?

 

Well, we traveled back to the ’80s and a lot happened.

Jake + Mitch dish on the latest DCEU film, Wonder Woman 1984. Despite the whirlwind of Twitter noise surrounding the flick, the guys seek to answer one looming question: Is WW84 a good movie or a problematic one?

Because with the first installment setting the tone, expectations this time around were sky-high. Along the way they also hit a few key topics:

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  • Just how bad was Diana’s character regression?
  • How will we view this movie three years later?

True to form, there’s never a shortage of stuff to unpack when the DC canon is involved. This one, amidst all the vibrant colors, had its fair share of issues too.

HOSTS:  @Thatjakeowens + @MitchRoush

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