Reviews of “Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait” and “Wonder Woman” from Jim Alexander of The Movie Blog

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JULIAN SCHNABEL: A PRIVATE PORTRAIT

Julian Schnabel is a rock star artists that many have never heard about. The NYC painter doesn’t seem to garner the mainstream recognition as a Andy Warhol does, but yet Schnabel’s work has been revered by the celebrities and art connoisseurs for decades. This documentary takes a look at the life of the man and artist with various testimonies from peers, fans, personal friends and family members. I didn’t find it necessarily compelling.

WONDER WOMAN

One of the most anticipated movies of the summer is finally here. Wonder Woman delivers on all levels with stellar cinematography, character development, intriguing story, fitting humor and kick-ass action scenes. We were first introduced to Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman last year in Batman v Superman, but this time around she gets a movie all to herself. The pressure was on to do justice and tell the Wonder Woman story on the big screen the right way, first time around. Not only do they succeed, but they are halted the DC hate, for now. What makes Wonder Woman the must-see movie of the summer and what was it missing?

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