“One might offer that the film approaches the concepts of narrative and tone the same way Gal Gadot approaches English pronunciation: “Interestingly” – often even compellingly – and certainly ‘unique’ …yet with the listener (or, here, the audience) left to think “That’s not where ANY of that emphasis is meant to go!”
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I’m a little disappointed by your take. I really enjoyed this movie, It gets a bit cramped at times, and the Invisible jet is jsut wedged in there, but overall I found it to be a really good movie, in depth villains, powerful emotional connections between the characters a complex and interesting storyline. I think it might be better than the first WW movie.