Professor Marston and the Wonder Women


Biography / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 86%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 80%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 12981


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Luke Evans as William Moulton Marston
Rebecca Hall as Elizabeth Marston
Connie Britton as Josette Frank
Oliver Platt as M.C. Gaines
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1hr 48 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by WubsTheFadger 7 / 10

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women

Short and Simple Review by WubsTheFadger

The film shows the story of how Wonder Woman became to be. It is a story that should seem mundane, but Angela Robinson makes it exciting and real. The story is full of extremely sexual dialogue, moments, and visuals. The film is a great character study and also has a good amount of humor spattered throughout.

The acting is the best part of the film. Rebecca Hall, Luke Evans, and Bella Heathcote all perform phenomenally. Rebecca Hall delivers probably the best performance of her career as a narcissistic woman who is also brilliant.

The pacing is mostly good. The runtime is also a little overlong.

Pros: Exciting and real story, great character study, some good humor, amazing acting by Rebecca Hall, good overall acting, and a good ending

Cons: Some slow pacing and an overlong runtime

Overall Rating:.7.3

Reviewed by justin-fencsak 8 / 10

If you liked wonder woman you'll love this...

When Wonder Woman made her live action big screen debut on opening weekend, a teaser for a movie based on the life of the creator and his relationship with his wife and her friends made the rounds causing lots of buzz. The thing is, the movie was better than the teaser. It's very accurate based on the time period and the casting is great. Unlike the wonder woman movie, this one is not for kids. It's rated R for sex and nudity and it shows. Luke Evans plays the lead role as Prof. Marston, who created the lie detector test and is on his way to create a game changing female super hero who would become the most famous of them all: Wonder Woman. I'm surprised that this movie didn't get any Oscar love (same for Wonder Woman 2017). Give this one a rental and see for yourself how wonderful this movie is.

Reviewed by Hollywoodshack 5 / 10

Professor Mars yawn's blundering women

While the premise seemed interesting, I could not help but agree that Angela Robinson had a surprisingly bland approach to filming it. Rebecca Hall wears clothes and makeup to look over 50 when she was supposed to portray Elizabeth Marston in her 30's. She seemed to change her voice to speak slowly and denote a much older woman. Olive on the other hand tended to whisper some of the most important lines in the film and the characters pause too often for dramatic effect, but it looks like the actors have forgotten their lines. The much over hyped sex scenes are mostly PG but as usual any depiction of bullying or violence is too extreme, such as when Marston's son is in a fight at school. The violent cartoon drawings shown in the movie probably were not from actual Wonder Woman comic books. but exaggerations similar to them.

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