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June 15, 2017

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So we finally saw this last Thursday night, and I also liked it. My mental framing prior to the viewing was from various blogs that espoused one desired outcome or another... in retrospect, the one I found most annoying was a viewpoint that Diana should have loved Ares to death, essentially, which would have been completely ridiculous. I think what they got *right* was that Diana had to be capable of empathy in order to be a true champion of us puny humans... that having only a "god-like" point of view would leave her unable to justify the effort of defeating Ares.

I concur that too much time was wasted, in the way it was done, on Paradise Island. Waste, waste, waste. Could have been far more compelling.

RK

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