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THE GRAND GESTURE: Wonder Woman

On this episode we travel to Paradise Island to ogle a naked Chris Pine... and that's pretty much all we got on one of the biggest box-office and criticially successful films of the year in WONDER WOMAN. Thankfully guest SANDY DEVITO of MOVIEJAWN provides a little more than that (though what could be more important than Chris Pine in the nude?) as we discuss why 2017 was the perfect time for the first feature film adaptation of this particular comic book superhero as compared to the thousands of others hitting theaters every week. From Gal Gadot's mixture of charm and badassery to Patty Jenkins' confident direction of a bigger than life god of decency meeting average, decent people in a bigger than life situation, all the way to Chris Pine's naked body being nude THIS FILM HAS IT ALL.

And we have a podcast on it.
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