Guess which movie T Lo saw this week? The same one apparently everyone else did! Darlings, you knew we were going to have opinions about the exciting new motion picture The Fabulously Fashionable Wonder Woman and Her Two Supremely Annoying Guy Friends (aka Batman v Superman), didn’t you? Of course you did.
We have much to say about this flick, which has the distinction of being one of those movies the critics hated and the public seems unwilling to admit they enjoyed, but it wound up making a shit-ton of money anyway. However, ticket sales aren’t an indicator of quality, alas, and this flick had more than its share of problems, which Tom (who is recovering nicely from his dental surgery of last week, but will force you all to listen to his poorly formed “s” sounds because of the retainer he’s forced to wear for the moment) lovingly points out for you all. Lorenzo actually liked it much more than Tom did.
Anyway, the upshot is, if there’s any reason at all to see this film, it’s for the ten minutes of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. She’s by far, the best thing in the entire overblown 2-and-a-half hours of bro angst. Even though BvS was pretty bad in a lot of ways, we’re really looking forward to the big screen adaptation of Wonder Woman scheduled for next year.
Incidentally, we geeked out momentarily over this promo shot, which depicts some of the Amazons in the currently shooting flick:
Yes, that’s House of Cards’ Robin Wright butching it up badass style on the right. To die, darlings.
And of course, we spend puh-lenty of time talking about those bitches on RuPaul’s Drag Race; specifically how they did in the New Wave challenge and subsequent neon-themed runway. Visual aids below:
It’s yet another smorgasbord of bitchery and judgment coming from your two favorite bitches. Airkisses to you all once again for all your support, darlings. You can download/subscribe to the podcast here.
[Photo Credit: Warner Bros., Entertainment Weekly – Stills: Tom and Lorenzo – Video Credit: CBS Radio/Play it]
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