Professor Marston & the Wonder Women

Genre:  Drama
Running Time:  108 min.
Release Date: October 13, 2017 (limited)
DVD: January 30, 2018
Blu-ray: January 30, 2018

Current rating: Rating: 3.22
based on 22 votes and 5 reviews
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Cast: Luke Evans, Rebecca Hall, Bella Heathcote, Connie Britton


In the 1940s, Harvard psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans), who's married to Elizabeth Holloway Marston (Rebecca Hall), finds himself attracted to Olive Byrne (Bella Heathcote), who studies under him at Tufts and Columbia.

Elizabeth, who doesn't mind her husband pursuing an extra-marital affair, also is attracted to Olive. The trio became engaged in a polyamorous relationship. While this is going on, William creates Wonder Woman with the help of the two women in his life, under the pseudonym Charles Moulton. 

Director: Angela Robinson
Studio: Columbia Pictures
Producer(s): Terry Leonard, Amy Redford
Screenplay: Angela Robinson
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  • 1 star "How could they deface an American hero!!! Wow winder woman was a hero for a lot of women and now they define her this movie sucks"
  • 5 stars "Finally, a movie for adults ... about adult behaviour. The director, Angela Robinson is being criticized for her "interpretation" of events of this true story. If you need more info, consider the book: The Secret History of Wonder Woman by Jill Lepore ... I am getting a copy from my local library tomorrow."
  • 1 star ""According to Christie Marston, “both the depiction of the family and Wonder Woman’s origins are made up.” Christie Marston is a grand daughter of Professor Marston. She grew up in and around that family and she calls the movie trash! Robinson who made the movie purposely didn't elect to interview ANY of the living family...."Because I wanted to get my OWN take on this"...and that is exactly what she does. Salacious, perverted, twisted...that's her take. I am old enough that I would have recalled Wonder Woman Comics being rounded up and burned. I assure you...nothing of the sort happened. The whole movie is a Left Wing Progressive LGBTXYZ's wet dream as to not how it was, but how they WISH it was. And Olive never wore a "Wonder Woman" dominatrix costume at any time in her life. I call foul on this one. It didn't hit one out of the hit any sane viewer between the eyes who may have been sitting in the right field bleachers. Do not waste your money on this drivel. Christie Marston has been writing an ACTUAL account of these events. Wait for her book. And she as well as Lynda Carter AND Gal Gadot have talked...and with all of them, this movie is three thumbs down!"