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Has major script flaws, courtesy of Zack Snyder and his signature male gaze. Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot do what they can, it seems. The result is strained but seems genuine. The last act is everything most theatre-goers have already seen (rehashing popular themes, dialogue, even scenes from better movies -- Captain America to Star Wars). But as the first film in a new push toward more female action leads, Wonder Woman is memorable despite being unremarkable.
It's terrible. Loses its direction 3/4 of the way through. Has a cheap ending that screams of a funding cut and writer's block. Avoid this disappointment.
Could have been significantly improved if "TK" was not introduced solely as a plot device. Plot driven movies are just low caliber. TK could have explained the emergence of time travel. It could have tied in with the "droppers" as a potential birth defect. There was so much more it could have contributed to in the background details. While the film's universe was richly detailed and surprisingly realistic, it just wasn't up to point in this regard.