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Wonder Woman 1984 Review - Nothing At All Wonderful About This One!

From the studio which has continuously struggled to bring something good and new on the table, comes its worst attempt yet in the form of Wonder Woman 1984 (2020). When I say worst, remember I am also counting David Ayer's Suicide Squad (2016) . So, lets find out what all made DC Extended Universe's newest venture, such a huge disappointment. Film  – Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) Duration  –  2h 35 min Director  –  Patty Jenkins Main Cast -  Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wig, Pedro Pascal, Connie Nielsen and Robin Wright Rating  – 1.5/5 (No spoilers follow) In a world where every studio, especially Marvel and DC, is coming up with numerous storylines and excuses to make a superhero film, Wonder Woman 1984 is probably the lamest one yet. Not only is it incredibly corny and boring, it also succeeds in being cringe-worthy at various moments. What's hard to believe is that it comes from the same director, same cast and almost the same crew as the exceptional Wonder Woma

HYPE TRAIN! Netflix' The Witcher trailer is here!

After a long wait since the New York Comic Con Netflix's The Witcher is back with the main full length trailer!

To watch the trailer click the link below⬇️


That is not all as with this trailer Netflix has finally revealed the release date for the series, that is, 20th December this year. Fans of Andrzej Sapkowski's The Witcher Saga books would recognised  scenes from the first 2 books - The Last Wish and The Sword of Destiny. The first season of series would be majorly based on them rather than the video game. Sorry Wild Hunt fans...

But the fans of Witcher video games would have enjoyed the voice of Henry Cavill which sounds very much like Douge Cockle's  interpretation of Geralt of Rivia as well as the famous bathtub Geralt scene from Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt!

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The sheer scale of the series from the trailer looks epic and aims to match that of Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings. The costumes, make up, visual effects and cinematography look promising as well. Could Netflix's The Witcher turn out to be the next pop cultural phenomenon? Fans of The Witcher and non fans alike brace yourselves as you'll soon find out what destiny awaits for The Witcher on 20th December!




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