Movie Review: Wonder Woman

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Director- Patty Jenkins

Cast- Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright, David Thewlis, Danny Huston


Critical panning led DCEU create a rare superhero movie that has heart, and is totally worth your time.

Already in murky waters after their supposedly sub-par outings with The Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman was expected with a proportionate amount of expectation and apprehension among people. Clearly, it needed a lot of women to overturn the negative review tides for them.

Wonder Woman is a magnificent journey of Diana Prince, from a naïve warrior to an inspirational superhero that takes route through the island paradise of Themyscira to war torn London. Ably supportive in this journey is Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, who also plays Diana’s love interest.

With a childhood story that the Greek god of war, Ares will return again to wreck the world, Diana thinks that he has returned when Steve Trevor’s airplane crashes on the shores of Themyscira and he tells the women on the island of a war that has taken over the world. Despite her mother Hippolyta’s prohibition, she ventures into London, where the further plot unfolds.

Gal Gadot is perfect as the Wonder Woman, who leaves you breathless with her teasing eyes and expressions, as well as her skilled fight moves as well. Chris Pine with Steve Trevor brings in that humour and lighter tone that had been missing in the last few outings for the DC Extended Universe.

The visuals are magical, and the twist around the end totally comes as a shocker if you go and watch it before the spoilers start pouring in.


The bad thing- the runtime makes us crave for more of Gal Gadot as the Queen of Amazons, she is that amazing!


4.5 shors on 5!

Finally take a bow, DCEU!

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