Movie Review: Wonder Woman (Warner)

If she was still alive today- Diana, Princess of Wales, would have stood up in the theatre and happily applauded this very awe-inspiring movie. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]Diana, Princess […]

If she was still alive today- Diana, Princess of Wales, would have stood up in the theatre and happily applauded this very awe-inspiring movie.

Diana, Princess of the Amazons who is played by the very talented Gal Gadot- is memorizing and inspiring to watch in one of this year’s highly anticipated movies. Some movies are made in the right time for our current state of affairs and this was absolutely one of them. The movie starts off with us seeing the growth of young Diana to her maturing and becoming the warrior she was destined to be. As we take hold of the beautiful all-female paradise on the island of Themyscria, Diana sees a plane crash that is piloted by Steve Trevor, played by Chris Pine. After she saves him, which by the way is something you don’t hear a lot, he tells her of the war of all wars and its horror. Wanting to fight for justice, Wonder Woman leads the charge!

This movie has comedy, action and even drama, dear I say, all mixed together. It also shows us that if love is the main ingredient, then hatred will be done away with.

Gal Gadot and Chris Pine have great chemistry which made for great moments between the two. Innocent moments of her curiosity because of Diana not knowing our World and moments of love between the two worked stunningly.

Wonder Woman was a hit! So, if you are planning on a date for the weekend, this is a great choice!

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