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But, Gal Gadot in lingerie makes it all worth it.
(Honestly, it is sorta entertaining, but I probably wouldn't have given it a second look if she wasn't in it)
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Just turn-on the mute and admire Gadot
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I watched it with my wife a while back. Gadot could read the phone book and I would listen in rapt attention
When the lingerie scene came on my wife smiled at me and said
Yeah, I'd do her too...
20 years almost of marriage and we still find new common interests!
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The script was dreadful, and plot was so thin as to be almost non-existent.
But Gadot and Fisher in lingerie made it almost watchable. Especially Gadot.
The fish is mute, expressionless. The fish doesn't think because the fish knows everything.
you know you can find that scene on Youtube.
Fixed it for you; figured that had to be a typo. Fisher has made each of the relatively few but largely dreadful films she's been in immensely watchable.
Since this thread is missing pictures or video:
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Just watched this. Yes we all love Wonder Woman but I gotta say Isla fisher totally stole every scene she was in. Simply gorgeous and she has a funny way about her personality it is just fun to watch her.
Zach Galifianakis managed to tone down his weird ass ways and almost appear normal some of the time which made it easier to watch and what a lucky bastard to share those scenes with Fisher.
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I actually thought the best scene with Gadot was the diner scene, where she was arguing with John Hamm's character.
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