I loved Wonder Woman. Linda Carter was gorgeous, and Gal Gadot is hot, too.
I don’t really “separate” what I watch into man or woman modes, but when I thought about it, I realized that I would subconsciously switch between man mode and woman mode when watching certain movies. I cried like a baby in Ghost, and I tear up when Cary Grant goes to Deborah Kerr’s apartment; so I must be in my woman mode when watching those types of movies. Thanks so much for sharing.
I too haven’t really thought about separating my viewing habits into male or female viewing mode. Honestly for the most part that stereotypical gender role doesn’t really apply in my house, I think my mom was a tomboy and had more male friends growing up. She loves science fiction, she got me into the genre. She loves Star Trek more, while I love Star Wars. I guess if I had to pick films that I like that would be considered chick flicks, I like Kate and Leopold, Erin Brockovich, Fried Green Tomatoes, and Sleeping with the Enemy. We often went to the theater as kids, so I have a fondness for musicals. However, I now like musicals that are more self aware and make fun of the genre. I love Mel Brooks and I adore both versions of the Producers. I guess I have finally realized I have something in common with Roger Elizabeth Dupree.