For once I felt very satisfied with a woman in a movie!
The story of Diana Prince was told the way it should have been a long time ago. Girls and boys alike need this and more. A balance needs to be created in all the various genres of movies and the superhero action category needs a lot of work. This a solid step in the right direction.
I had waited for this movie since 2015, and that is a long time. It was so exciting to finally have a confirmed released date and despite having finals the next week I went ahead and watched it. And it was soooooo worth it.
Yes, the movie did have some flaws but overall it was worth it.
As with all Indian films, it was patriarchal, the film used every possible method to drag the female characters down. I was excited about this franchise primarily because of the strong female characters in the first part. I admired the strong women and how they were portrayed but the second film was cliched and honestly, a little sad.
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Well, it is very unlike me to be super, duper hyped about a movie. When I say hyped I am not talking about the ‘yeah I’mma watch that really soon’ kinda hyped. For this movie I kept up with the timeline for the ticket sales, bought the tickets online literally as soon as they were available and then watched the movie, understood the hype and bought tickets to watch it the next day.
So, yeah! I clearly loved it. Honestly I got such Baasha vibes when I watched the trailer and at that moment I knew it was gonna be good perhaps controversial but definitely good. Finally to see Rajnikanth sporting salt and pepper hair and a white beard ‘dayum’!!! I’ve been waiting for that for ten years.
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