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WONDER WOMAN review (Spoilers ahead kinda )

By Corey Floyd
The DCEU has been terrible. After Batman vs Superman and Suicide Squad, the bar has been set pretty low. So when the first trailer for Wonder Woman was released I was skeptical. But then I looked at their casting pick Gal Gadot and here resume is pretty small. But her life is very interesting a  Motorcycle trainer in the Israeli Defense Forces. Seems like she already is Wonder Woman. The movie starts in the present. Showing her working at a museum when all of a sudden a photo is delivered to her from Bruce Wayne. It takes to her homeland and her time as a child. Revealing a land without men and women are just as strong and as fierce as any man. Preparing for the return of Roman God Ares who wants to destroy the world.

There also a cute back and forth with Chris Pine in this film.He plays the infamous Steve Trevor the first man Diana lays eyes on.  It gets cheesy but not too cheesy. There is light humor throughout the movie which is refreshing in comparison to Batman V Superman. Secondary villain Doctor Poison makes an appearance in the film.  Played by Elena Anya last movie I saw her in Was Van Hellsing they gave her a very spooky and mysterious look. Her face badly damaged and covered in a doll-like mask.

 Now I’m not going to talk about Aries cause that will give up too much plot and maybe a twist or to But this was a great film. That being said I have a few tiny bones to pick at. Sometimes the Lasso of truth looks too fake.
I thought it was interesting that they took a few notes from Thor like the obvious fish out of water routine. They did do a personal spin on it that makes it their own and was still enjoyable. They also took a healthy chunk from Captain America.  The present to past setup, World War 1, an evil scientist and a funny ragtag group of soldiers.


I’m just saying. This was a great movie and I want people to go out there and see it. The fact that this movie did not earn as much as DC other two films on opening weekend I find very disturbing. Wake Up!!! Go see Wonder Woman!!!! 
Also our first book is out go to amazon.com 

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