Wonder Woman

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A graceful Amazon princess of untold strength and beauty attempts to prevent the god of war from instigating a conflict that will last for centuries and destroy the human race as the animated adventure marking the return of DC Comics heroine Wonder Woman. On the mystical island of Themyscira lives a fierce race of warrior Amazons who have raised a powerful daughter named Princess Diana. The Amazons live in secrecy from the outside world, but when Army fighter pilot Steve Travor crash-lands in their tropical paradise, the headstrong princess defies the law of the land by accompanying Trevor back to civilization. But her transition into the modern world won't be an easy one, because when Ares escapes from his Amazonian prison and begins plotting his revenge, Princess Diana is the only person who stands between the god of war, and the destruction of the human race - beginning with the Amazons. Now, as Princess Diana harnesses her unique powers to boldly fight back against Ares and save the planet from certain destruction, Wonder Woman is born and the battle for civilization begins.

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  • May 31, 2017
    Albeit not the best of the DC original animated movies, Wonder Woman boasts a bold direction, thrilling plot, and loads of mythology. It's no shock that this is one of the most critically acclaimed of the bunch. If you're going to make a Wonder Woman adaptation, this film just about checks every box you'd expect. A uniquely styled story, brutal but exciting action, and the most mythological story DC can get. Upon re-watch, this story holds up incredibly well. Not only is it a ripe message about willing to accept others for who they are, but it bolsters an even more powerful message of accepting who your true self is. The story is fascinating because of the immense mythology, but nowhere does it go to levels of The Dark Knight Returns or Batman: Under the Red Hood, where it transcends the animated genre. The film plays out as you'd expect an origin story would, but that doesn't eliminate the good writing and direction. It also doesn't hurt to have Nathan Fillion voice comedic relief and Diana Prince's love interest, Steve Trevor. Compared to other DCOAM's, Wonder Woman is brutally graphic for an animated film. Plenty of beheadings and sword battles could have easily pushed this to be rated R, which I understand was the original cut. As light as the film's ultimate message is, the violence feels earned and deserved, and never takes it to an over-the-top area. The one thing I had a small issue with was the casting of Keri Russell as Diana/Wonder Woman. Not that I don't really like Russell, I do, but I grew to love Susan Eisenberg's voice as the famed heroine, so it was a little jarring to hear someone different. Actually, none of the voiceover work felt particularly inspired here, which is surprising. However, overall, Wonder Woman is a special kind of DC adaptation. It doesn't hold back with its direction and certainly lassos in an important message to everyone. This is one of the best. 8.8/10
    Thomas D Super Reviewer
  • May 17, 2017
    Much better than I expected as I'm not the biggest Wonder Woman fan but this was pretty entertaining, The story was fun with some good action scenes, Maybe the sexism thrown in this movie didn't help things along, It just needed the tone to be a little more darker and this could of been great but it's pretty descent and is better than most Superman animated movies.
    Jamie C Super Reviewer
  • Jul 07, 2016
    Wonder Woman offers a vast and epic exploration on the Amazonian Princess. With sleek animation, vision and even a hint of humor, this DC animated feature is as tremendous as its leading heroine. 4/5
    Eugene B Super Reviewer
  • Sep 17, 2015
    Pretty decent introduction to DC's female counterpart to Superman as Aries, the god of war, plans some global thermonuclear annihilation in order to take over the reins on Mt.Olympus. More than simply a super reflection of the big guy however, Wonder Woman does boldly represent ideas of equality between the sexes, introducing the times when such introductions aren't necessary at all.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer

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