Movie review: Wonder Woman

I think this is easily the best of the Justice League series so far. (Not that that bar has been set very high.) What this movie has going for it is great casting. Gal Gadot as Diana/WW and Chris Pine as Steve Trevor have really good chemistry together. There were plenty of humorous and touching scenes between them.

It’s also refreshing to see a super hero movie where the main character is innocent and hopeful, and especially not filled with angst.

The story was predictable, but I’m not going to hold that against anyone because so many super hero origin stories have been told recently – there’s not many untraveled roads left to explore.


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I wasn’t particularly impressed with the fight scenes. The moves and slow motion felt cartoony.

Grade: B

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