Wonder Woman 1984 Movie Review: Gal Gadot Lasos at the end of a terrifying year with some much-needed cheer (the latest special)

Looks like we’re waiting for Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 But it is finally here to release. Success of Amazing woman (201)) made a play for the sequel which led to her becoming the highest-grossing female director in the world. And along with that, it also seems that the filmmaker got a chance to execute his vision from the studio with the least possible interruptions. Patty and lead heroine Gal Gadot also serve as producers, who may have also enjoyed creative freedom. Because, boy, the climax of the film is all from the heart and there is no CGI. Okay, CGI of course, but at the core remains the culmination of human emotion, which is not the tentpole staple diet of any major studio. I have to be a storyteller, I think. The HBO Max set is set ahead of Linda Carter’s ‘Wonder Woman’ 1970s TV series ‘WW84’ premiere.

In fact, at the essence of Wonder Woman 1984 Very human story about feelings, love, loss, acceptance, approval. At any point, these feelings are sidelined to deliver for CGI debris. Even, if the emotions come at the cost of an unnecessary, undercooked romance track – Patty went for it.

I mean, if your deceased love suddenly came back to life, would you take a moonlit walk, Netflix and chill, or immediately panic for the entirety of time? Diana Prince (Gail) left for East after Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) returned. Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins hopes that Gal Gadot will make the film Let’s Fans Discover the Hero within.

Watch the Wonder Woman 1984 trailer here:

Diana also befriends Barbara (Kristen Wiig) – a clumsy, scantily clad gemologist who is looking popular – but the film wants to convince you that the two women are best friends after a dinner. As Barbara’s inspiration she transforms into an observer, strong and downright trustworthy, but the conflict in her relationship with the protagonist does not occur at home. There are some hiccups like this in the film, which if you can see in the past, Wonder Woman 1984 There is a blind and audited story that you would love to see.

Pedro Pascal’s spin on Maxwell Lord is risky, but it pays off so beautifully. He is not the super-manly villain in the story who gets a chance to show his match. Pedro is fun, clever, manipulative and power-hungry – how real-life villains are! The actor has done a terrific job. He is definitely the best in a lot.

Gal, Kristen, Chris also play their roles beautifully. Every time Gal cries on the screen, your heart will sweat too. When you whisper to Kristen about her desire not to be protected or harassed in any way, you will want to hug her.

The entire film, as previously mentioned, culminates in a pretty unique climax. Perhaps this is the kind of chaotic world we live in, but in the end you want it all to be true.

Hats off to Patty for managing the balance between the film’s themes and the superhero sheenigans. The film delivers its message at a good pace, but without interrupting those superhero sequences you stepped in to watch. It does not remain in philosophy for so long that you begin to miss Michael Bay.

Production design is superb. The costumes will be praised for a long time. God, Diana Prince looks like a goddess in every frame, even if she is not in her Wonder Woman avatar. Life began once again in the 80s. And the film is not just set in the 80s, at points, it also follows the technicalities of how super hero films were in the 80s. This is the inexplicable ‘It’s a plane’ vibe!


The doctors have done a great job

-This story will ignore the things in your heart and will teach you one or two things about acceptance.

-Set pieces are cold


– The CGI fight between Wonder Woman and Cheetah is not well

– Some moments in the story that make you question the intelligence of the character

– More time could have been spent establishing Diana and Barbara’s relationship to end from home

final thoughts

Cinematography, music, storytelling, acting and direction come together for a charismatic runtime (2 hours 38 minutes), which is a must-see for Wonder Woman 1984. The story about the heart is told with the passion and love that every heart desires. Wonder Woman 1984 is a superhero film with a warm-up to 2020.

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