Screen Junkies looks at Justice League and tackles the question: What went wrong? They had the opportunity to improve on Batman v Superman, and try to catch the magic of Wonder Woman, but that didn't happen. (YouTube link) They came down to three answers: the color scheme, bad CGI, the depressing heroes, and the lame villain. Show More Summary
Even though Wonder Woman has been getting praised left and right for being a box office hit and the best movie in the DC Extended Universe, the real surprise box office hit of 2017 was the new adaptation of Stephen King’s It. It shattered...Show More Summary
The Screen Junkies love to tear into movies in their Honest Trailer series, but for "Wonder Woman," there aren't quite as many flaws to lasso. The trailer starts with an acknowledgement that most DC Comics Extended Universe movies are...Show More Summary
Even though Wonder Woman hit Blu-ray this week, the movie only just dropped out of the top 15 movies at the box office this past weekend. So far, Patty Jenkins‘ origin story for the DC Comics superhero has raked in $818 million worldwide,...Show More Summary
In the world of Honest Trailers, nobody is safe. Not even Wonder Woman. In the above video, Screen Junkies pick apart the most amusing moments from DC's super-successful summer blockbuster — everything from Gal Gadot's accent to Chris...Show More Summary
Screen Junkies wades into the water to dare give us an Honest Trailer for Wonder Woman. Let's be honest, they liked the movie as much as the rest of us did. But they could still find some things about it to pick on, like how much the plot has the implausibility of a super hero comic book. Show More Summary
As the argument as to whether Wonder Woman is a feminist film wages baffingly on, the movie’s Honest Trailer is here to remind us of the importance and rarity of what it depicts. After all, studios never thought a groundbreaking, record-breaking female-led superhero movie was possible. Show More Summary
"From the studio known for confusing length with depth, complexity with intelligence, and self-absorbed downers with heroism, the DCEU pulls off its biggest success by... not doing those things."
Wonder Woman opened in theaters this weekend, and both audiences and critics love it. Screen Junkies decided that it was a good time to look back at a really bad superhero film designed around a woman: the 2004 Halle Berry film Catwoman. Show More Summary
Meow. Before you see Wonder Woman, revisit the movie that set the bar for women-lead-superhero movies ridiculously, ridiculously low – CATWOMAN! [Screen Junkies] The post The Worst Female Superhero Movie of All Time gets an Honest Trailer [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Wonder Woman’s wailing rock anthem of a theme from Batman v Superman is pretty great, but let’s be honest—it’s got nothing on the classic opening tune to the Wonder Woman TV show. So mashing up the excellent footage we have from Diana’s upcoming movie with her classic theme song makes for an excellent time. Read more...