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I saw this movie as a child and remember I didn't understand it exactly, I watched it as an adult recently when I learned about the new Dark Crystal Netflix series and wanted to see if the movie made more sense to me now. It did, it is pretty basic hippy stuff, we are all one (also the premise of Eastern philosophy). But the important thing is that Jim Henson created a new world with new characters and also wasn't afraid to take a risk and do something much darker with puppets then The Muppets and Sesame Street which he was most known for at the time this movie originally came out. The puppeteering was amazing. The story was a bit weak but still an enjoyable movie.
A very interesting take on this classic Batman villain giving him an origin story as a troubled man with a mental illness struggling to make ends meet and fulfill his life-long dream as he is kicked around by people until the breaking point and then starts to transform into the character we all know. Most original movie I've seen in a long time.
Wonder Woman wasn't mind-blowing, but it was a decent superhero film that was on par with other superhero movies from the Marvel Comics Universe. The movie was entertaining and the special effects were good, I enjoyed watching it.
My favourite movie of the original cast movies. A great movie with suspense and lots of space politics and some real great moments of humour mixed in. This is Trek at its best! This was an honourable way for the original Star Trek cast to end their Star Trek TV/movie career.