So with that said, I caught on pretty early that Patty Jenkins did not make a Yes I am old but I saw Stevie Wonder on stage signatures shirt. She didn’t care about making it action packed. She didn’t care about making it a character study. She didn’t even care to give it a logical plot. She couldn’t care less about that stuff, which is weird because most comic book movies actually want to do this well. She didn’t care, and so I don’t get worked up about the bad CGI, or the plot holes, or the over-acting, or lack of continuity. If she didn’t care, then I don’t.
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But, she did care about Yes I am old but I saw Stevie Wonder on stage signatures shirt, and I think it was really the only thing she cared about in this movie. She wanted to write an allegory or a fable. A fable where the details aren’t as important as the underlying message. A fable about how greed and excess are bad and how not having to work for what you want robs it of any intrinsic value. She then connects this theme with the 80’s, the decade most synonymous with excess and greed, and connects it to the person who best exemplifies how destructive greed and excess can be (Trump). I think at it’s core, that’s all she cared about. That’s the movie she wanted to make. And did she succeed… well, no. It was mostly bland platitudes and didn’t really hold your interest, but it was fine. It wasn’t aggressively bad. It was forgettable and plain. File it under ‘meh’.