Wonder is an excellent coming-of-age story that has a broader message of tolerance and open-mindedness, however, often fails to explore its characters in much depth. The good news is that the film is all good fun while it is happening. Its ticks all the boxes in terms of emotional, syrupy and courageous moments. However, it all feels very inconsequential and, in a way, fake. Stephen Chobsky gives these characters fairly predictable arcs, which, again, play out well in the film itself, however, left me quite underwhelmed after viewing. Many of these characters are cartoonish and have the depth of a cardboard box. Wonder is one of the those films that one may enjoy more one time than another. While it may be fulfilling while watching, it is ultimately a predictable and fabricated film afterwards.