3 thoughts on “Wonder Woman”

  1. Gal Gadot gives a powerfully sincere performance that will endure in film history. A near perfect movie. Up to this point, I had watched all of the DCEU movies and have been entertained, but not particularly impressed. When I walked away from Batman V Superman, Wonder Woman was without a doubt the best part and I had hopes for her solo film. After Suicide Squad, my hopes were lessened, but still present. After seeing the film twice I can confidently say it is one of, if not the greatest super hero movies ever made.Wonder Woman is a very focused and purposeful superhero movie. There…

  2. A Marvel Fanboy Who Loves This Movie Being someone who is a true Marvel fanboy, I admit I have anxiously been awaiting the release of Wonder Women since the trailers got me hooked. Shame me if you want to but I truly believe this is a fantastic movie unlike many that have come before it.The storyline in a nutshell: Diana leaves her paradise Island of Themiscyra that is magically hidden from the rest of the world to fight alongside men in a war to end all wars.Wonder Woman is a movie that everyone can…

  3. The True Meaning of No-Man’s Land You’ve seen the trailer footage: Diana Prince, Wonder Woman, clad in Greco-Roman armor, pausing to stand tall amid a fire-blackened landscape, before charging into overlit tracer bullet fire. The footage doesn’t make entirely clear that she’s just risen from a British trench in the Great War, crossed into No-Man’s Land, and begun to charge the German line. And, when those numerous, fast-moving bullets inevitably pin her down, men crest the trench and follow her lead.This doesn’t…

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