Professor Marston and the Wonder Women


Biography / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 86%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 80%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 17,090


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Connie Britton as Abby Sellers
Luke Evans as Self / John Cooper
Oliver Platt as Mr. Newby
Rebecca Hall as Tina
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791.43 MB
23.976 fps
108 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by leemadisonauthor 10 / 10 / 10

Original Interpretation of an interesting story -- for adults

Fantastic film. But not as sexual as the advertisements promised. In fact, apart from the curse words, this film should be rated PG-13 at best. I found it surprisingly chaste. The first thing you should know is that this film is NOT based on the book, The Secret History of Wonder Woman. It is based on original research by the director/writer of the movie, who did a great job interpreting the story her own way. It's a story about what happens when you defy convention! And the good that can come of it. Is it factual? Mostly, yes. Kinkiness and BDSM is in the book as well (just read it), not to mention the early comics of Wonder Woman. Anyone denying the lesbian/BDSM content of the real story and the BDSM content of the comic ... is in denial. Sadly, the granddaughter of William Moulton Marston has campaigned to destroy the film, enlisting the support of conservatives and anti-gay people (of which there are many) to spread the word about how the movie is "fake." But what's fake? It's a fictional retelling, not a documentary, based on a true story. Fake is the show, Fargo, which claims to be based on actual events, but is completely made up. But no one seems to make a big deal about that. Why? No BDSM or lesbian content in it -- so it's perfectly fine? I think certain people need to acknowledge their own prejudice. Anway, I thought the actors were solid. The director did a great job telling an unconventional story. This is a movie for adults, obviously. I could see this film as a theater piece -- a Broadway play -- actually -- particularly those dress-up scenes with the Frenchman, Charles Guyette, the "G-String King." Very theatrical indeed.

Reviewed by danahosn 8 / 10 / 10


Brilliant writing and directing. The acting is to be as praised as well. I do not know how much of the actual truth is presented in the movie, but it was a very smart portrayal of how wonder woman came to be and what she has represented all alone

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 8 / 10 / 10

I'm your wife, not your jailor.

Based on the true story on the creation of Wonder Woman from the mind and life of Professor William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans) his wife Elizabeth (Rebecca Hall) and Olive Byrne, a student, who formed a threesome. He would sire two children from each woman in an unorthodox relationship during a less than acceptable age of such things. Their role play and light bondage would make its way into the scandalous comic. It was an interesting film, but the characters didn't appeal to me. In spite of their sexual escapes, they were very dry except for maybe a few good scenes with Rebecca Hall. Champion of women's liberation or male fantasy? Guide: F-word, sex, nudity (Rebecca Hall)

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