Cast: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright, David Thewlis, Dany Huston, Ewwen Bremmer, Elena Anaya, Connie Nielsen, Said Taghmaoul
Director: Patty Jenkins
Review by Edsel Thadeus O. Lorete / http://inslashout.wordpress.com / http://inslashout.blog.com
Who does not know Wonder Woman? I do but more in name or as part of the exclusive Justice League of America team of masked heroes. Diana, as Wonder Woman’s alter ego devices, is a demi God who does the good part of putting the world in order when it turns futile against each other. God Zeus knew that would happen so the Olympus God thought of creating a race of female amazon fighters that intervened whenever the world is threatened with war, chaos! The First World War fronts that battle to resurrect the beautiful female Greek originating goddess Diana (dubbed the Queen of the Amazons). That said will tell what kind of a warrior Diana was born into Zeus’s liking. It is trait that began in a secret island inahbited by women warriors, a secret haven for soldiers detailed for females – and this is supposedly exclusive. If that does not tease, then Wonder Woman will not have made perfect comic sense. Patty Jenkins, yes a woman directed this Wonder Woman feature movie, was sympathetic to tough feminine side of Diana, as she fully emerged into ageless goddess man will eventually known into the flying hero with his magic whip that could actually tell what your thinking! That is just one of several plotted DC teasers you would want looking into Diana’s warlike form. Wonder Woman was really a kept woman who had a duty calling that of saving the world from its self designed mayhem. Captain America did have a similar plotting set off, launching at the height of second world war to fight the Germans. Gal Gadot took a similar pitching storyline path with a rather tough stance tamed by Gadot’s tantalizing beauty. It is a trait not even Bruce Wayne could pass looking into, setting a friendship that would seed the transformation of the Justice League of America. Woner Woman is not exactly a biopic comic pre-quel of sort, but it does put emphasis how Diana came to accept her slated faith out of the God’s clutch. Gadot is a natural playing the warrior goddess Diana, and Gadot need not much lines to show character pacing with DC comic mood. It is a touch act for a newbie, working charming time with timed drama. Wonder Woman teases with a mystery photo Wayne unearthed in Batman V Superman, making the womanizing billionaire wonder if there was anything worth exploring a group of people gifted with powers in a lead organization. Wonder Woman details more that teasing proposition fans could not help to idea of seeing a live version of the entire Justice League of America. Film explores Diana’s roots and worldly ascension into the amazon hero facing an emerging evil closest to her branding ancestry’s quest for global domination. Wonder Woman’s strength lies in cast of characters, most we have seen from other equally loud blockbuster movies that have come of age gently with digital filmmaking. Diana is easy character taking, mesmerizing anyone who happens to love Wonder Woman coming of live, in living flesh -so to speak! DC comics was kind enough to keep comic track with what fans have come to love about Diana aka Wonder Woman. It is a gaming character exploit that seeks to realize fans more into what Wonder Woman has become to the imaginations of comic hero fans who have followed the classic heroine from print, animation, digital comics to film feature. Wonder Woman is a must see film for every DC fans who grew up reading Justice League of America, with Wonder Woman taking more of the blockbuster lead from Batman and Superman!