(500) Days of Summer who?
Love is a beautiful thing and A Fantastic Woman soars at exploring the depth of the love between two people and how far it extends, even after the other person is dead.
However this is only during the film’s first arc.
Though this could have been a transformative depiction of such an ideology, after the first 15 minutes or so, what we get is the thinly-woven characterization of a trans woman that’s more wavered towards cis-gendered audiences than anything else.…
This personalablly, telling adult fairy tale depicts the endeavors of a mute woman attempting to find love with an amphibian man from the lab where she works.
Not only is this film visually stunning, but its message on compassion and comprehension are universally pensive, especially in the context of the divisive world we live in today.
Wonder Woman will forever be an example of a movie that we got at the right time, but one that we shouldn't have had to beg for. Female led film has been slowly accumulating over time, but the industry has been dwindling when it comes to female les super hero movies. And for what reason?
Though the mentality of the film works well when the typical super hero film formula is read, it's quite interesting to see Jenkins' choices in…