On this installment, FilmBuffOnline Editor-in-Chief Rich Drees and FilmBuffOnline Contributing Editor Natasha Bogutzki talk about the problems with applying new school storytelling techniques for television to the old school long seasons television model. And for the main review, they take a look at the newly released superhero sequel Wonder Woman 1984 to see how it measures up to it’s predecessor as well as other superhero films in a discussion that touches on such things as 1980s politics, the morality of body swap movies and what exactly is reincarnation.
Unless you have been living under a rock, or this is the first one of these year-end wrap ups that you are reading, you will remember how I typically opened these articles. I basically [click for more]
Rather than move the film back any further Warner Brothers is having a dual theatrical and streaming release for their superhero sequel, unprecedented for a major blockbuster film. [click for more]
The move of Wonder Woman 1984 back to 2020 has created such a vacuum on November 1, 2019 that two big name franchises have been pulled in to fill it. Collider is reporting that the [click for more]