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Wonder Woman (2017)

Wonder Woman
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An Amazon princess comes to the world of Man to become the greatest of the female superheroes.

Release Date:May 30, 2017
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MPAA Rating:PG-13
Genres:Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Production Company:Dune Entertainment, Atlas Entertainment, Warner Bros., DC Entertainment, Cruel & Unusual Films, TENCENT PICTURES, Wanda Pictures
Production Countries:United States of America
Director:Patty Jenkins, Patty Jenkins
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Plot Keywords:dc comics, hero, greek mythology, island, world war i, superhero, based on comic, superheroine, period drama, heroine, super powers, woman director, 1910s, dc extended universe
  • Major Disappointment
    October 10, 2017

    I can't help but wonder if I watched the same film that impressed so many people. As with most DC Comics films, this one was a great disappointment. While Marvel Comics films tend to be satirical and even self-effacing, DC films are pretentious and tedious. Sadly, Wonder Woman was no exception to this rule.

    The scripting was totally unimaginative, with dialogue that bordered on infantile. Visually, the landscapes all seemed plastic, with B-movie grade CGI throughout. Even the music was awkward, fighting the dialogue during the more intimate moments and drowning each scene in instrumentals. I found myself doubting whether the director and editor are aware that there doesn't have to be a bombastic or flowery incidental score under everything — it displayed a lack of confidence in the dialogue and acting carrying the scene.

    Regarding the acting, both Gadot and Pine gave it their best, struggling with the stilted dialogue and boring, telegraphed story line — but even they couldn't transcend this quagmire. If not for its pretentiousness, this film would have played far better as a comedy, lampooning itself. Instead, it drowns itself in incessant platitudes of women good/men bad, framed within a plebian one-dimensional plot.

    Again, I'm at a loss to explain its high marks, other than to ascribe it to the currently trendy political correctness that elevates all patronizing misandry to high art and entertainment.