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Shazaaaam's avatar


Pros: some terrific fight sequences, lots of charisma from Gadot and Pine, and some good fish-out-of-water humor when Diana hits London.

Cons: endless, nonsensical magical fight scene to close out the film; Steve Trevor's boring, stereotypical "squad of misfits"; long speeches about the dual nature of man that were already cliche 50 years ago.

Worth my $11 to see, but I'm surprised this has been such a critical darling.
4 years 3 months ago
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4 years 3 months ago
chunkylefunga's avatar


Given the critical praise I expected this to be a solid entry into the DC universe but really it's completely average and God was the lovey dovey bits soo unnecessary. It is too much to ask for a female character that doesn't become all gooey around a lead male :(
4 years ago
riwares's avatar


Why does everyone shoot at her wrists?
3 years 5 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


Wonder Woman had me teary-eyed for the first two acts, and sort of lost me with a nevertheless acceptable third act fight. Let me explain. The great thing about the film is that it completely gets Diana, n a way that's been rare even in the comics. Her strength is based on willfulness and compassion, and I loved just about everything that came out of her mouth. At the same time, this is the 21st-Century's only DC movie to actually allow its hero to be inspirational, none of that "humans back away from hero in fear" bullcrap. Gal Dadot is immediately Wonder Woman. Throw in some lighter comedic moments thanks to Chris Pine (whose comic timing is excellent) and Lucy Davis and the film balances the bleak war story well with fish out of water elements. Wonder Woman was the best thing about Batman v Superman, but BvS is the worst thing about Wonder Woman. That is to say, the house style established in Man of Steel, BvS, etc., with slow-mo, 3D-friendly fights/painted "panels" keeps reminding you this is the "Snyderverse" and, for me, threatens to grind the film to a standstill every time it's used. And it's used a LOT. So I wish Diana had really been up against the spectre of war as opposed to a fightable manifestation of it, because that's where the drama lay, in her coming up against the futility of trying to fix Man's World. But formulaic superhero plot aside, what we got was a definitive, powerful Wonder Woman that had all the ladies coming out of the theater "empowered" and swinging, and I hope the suits finally get it that female action heroes are just as engaging as male ones, and from novelty at this point, more so.
4 years 3 months ago
thekure23's avatar


I can't believe so many people think this is a great movie. I get it, people are different and have different taste, but wow. Don't let the critics fool you - watch it if you want, but don't be fooled. This movie is boring, the lead can't act, and oh god, will you stop it with the American doing German accents thing? Operation Valkyrie cemented that it doesn't work.

It does have it's moments though. Chris Pine steals the show and carries this wreck of a movie through. By no means is this another Suicide Squad, but 7.7 on IMDb? Get outta here.
3 years 11 months ago
lekast's avatar


so boring...fight scenes are ridiculous (Hong Kong movies are still safe)...the worst part : Arès god has as much charisma as a depressed mold.
3 years 11 months ago
Illjwamh's avatar


There were some truly great fight sequences and on the whole I think they did the character herself justice. The ending was a bit cheesy and over the top, but much less so than, say, Suicide Squad.
4 years 4 months ago
Faris Ramli's avatar

Faris Ramli

Decent action superhero film but overstretched in the end.
4 years ago
peterskb45's avatar


Although the back-half suffered from having to stick to the DC/Snyder "house-style," the fight scenes were great and the scenes on the island were beautiful.
4 years 3 months ago
javier_gm's avatar


Critics say this is the best DC movie since Nolan's Batman. Honestly, the bar was set to low and I believe their are lightyears away from the MCU. It wasnt bad, but I dont think is good either. 6/10 for me. Good fighting scenes but way to cheesy over the end.
4 years 4 months ago
Agrimorfee's avatar


The only film I have seen this year that I have no qualms with, and the first time I ever got emotionally engaged onto any DC/Marvel movie adaptation. Very good.
3 years 7 months ago
BadFluffy's avatar


Not as horribly bad as most DC movies but that's not setting a very high standard. The origin story was kind of painful and unnecessary. There were so many plot holes you could drive a tank through, there was barely any plot left to stand up and the contrived "love story" (because hey, it's a chick flick superhero so luuuuv is everything, right?) was downright cringe-worthy. Wonder Woman felt more like a supporting character than a lead but all this was obviously by design.
Gadot is in severe need of a donut, pilates and acting lessons but again, no shocker there.
All in all, it's worth watching in the theatre for the action and the AC but it's nothing to write home about, let alone get very excited.
4 years 3 months ago
Chikamaharry's avatar


What a great film. Really loved the chemstry between Gal Gadot and Chris Pine. Gal Gadot was brilliant, and so was he. Perfect characters in this movie. Loved Dianas naivety. Perfectly funny, but not stupid. Kinda over-the-top inevietable last act, but it was fine. Liked this. Very much. Great music!
4 years 3 months ago
Aeon Rio's avatar

Aeon Rio

Gal Gadot was a wrong choice. Her acting was just hideous. The graphics and the animated action scenes did not seem very good to me. I am happy that a movie with a strong FL got so successful. But at least make a good movie to deserve that success.
5 months 2 weeks ago

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