#141 - Wonder Woman 1984 (2)
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and has no idea. It is a criminal humiliation and horrifying imbalance of power, played for laughs.

It is entirely unnecessary, though. In a film featuring a stone that grants wishes, a person who is centuries old and can move faster than bullets, and a person who turns into a big cat, the return of a dead man is not a plot point that requires an explicable vessel. The film effectively draws us into suspending disbelief for a wide range of ideas – if Steve Trevor were required for Diana’s ill-advised wish, he could simply have returned, without he and Diana conspiring to rape a man who is not conscious of their activity.

But, Steve Trevor is not required. He was an important part of the first film, because he provided the reason for Diana to leave Themyscira and travel to ‘Man’s Wo...

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