Wonder Woman Princess of the Amazons has powers and Diana (Gal Gadot) didn’t even now till she got trained in fighting. Diana, rises to the challenge of being both ridiculously strong and sweetly naive. She’s ready to fight, but she’s even more focused on vanquishing evil for the sake of peace with Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) as they were fighting off the enemies together. The movie was slow for me because I thought the DC cinematic universe hasn’t gotten the best publicity in terms of quality. I am use to the Marvel cranking out the comic book, and cinematic feature. There are a few awkward encounters that often deal with sex, and some slap-stick gimmicks that were okay.
Can this movie break the bad luck streak of DC/WB studios?
DC Studio’s cranked out Wonder Woman. This film managed to spin Diana’s character development into a roller coaster ride of feelings. The crew that joins Diana held such promise in the picture, but it was dropped so hard in this movie. Outside of Chris Pine, the other members do little for the overall mission outside of a few throws, and mainly showed comedic relief.
I don’t like overuse of a gimmick. The slow-motion interludes during the action scenes added some cool emphasis to Wonder Woman’s skills (alongside some cool finishing moves). Somewhere along the production, someone got a little trigger happy with the effect it soon started disrupting the cool stunts they had Gal do.