An Amazon princess comes to the world of Man to become the greatest of the female superheroes.
ActorsStarring: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen, Robin Wright, Danny Huston, David Thewlis, Elena Anaya, Lucy Davis, Saïd Taghmaoui, Ewen Bremner, Eugene Brave Rock, Lilly Aspell, Emily Carey, Lisa Loven Kongsli, Ann Wolfe, Ann Ogbomo, Danielle Lewis, Florence Kasumba, Eleanor Matsuura, Josette Simon, Doutzen Kroes, Hayley Warnes, Samantha Jo, Brooke Ence, Madeleine Vall, Hari James, Jacqui-Lee Pryce, James Cosmo, Martin Bishop, Flora Nicholson, Steffan Rhodri, Rachel Pickup, Rainer Bock, Eva Dabrowski, Rekha Luther, Zinnia Kumar, Philippe Spall, Jennie Eggleton, Lee Neville, Edward Wolstenholme, Frank Allen Forbes, Jemma Moore, Marko Leht, Dominic Kinnaird, Freddy Carter, Alexander Mercury, Mayling Ng, Sofia Abbasi, Georgina Armstrong, Annarie Boor, Harry Brewis, Bern Collaco, Steve Doyle, Dino Fazzani, Flor Ferraco, Sternkiker François, David Georgiou, Roman Green, Shane Griffin, Steve Healey, Karl Fredrick Hiemeyer, Kornelia Horvath, Kevin Hudson, Tim Ingall, Ben Kelleher, John Kinory, Dario A. Lee, Christopher Marsh, Lora Moss, James M.L. Muller, Ekran Mustafa, Shaun Newnham, Yves O'Hara, Rajeev Pahuja, Jag Patel, Richard Price, Anthony J. Sacco, Adam Sef, Mick Slaney, Zack Snyder, Fran Targ, Roy Taylor, Roy Martin Thorn, Phil Tillott, Matt Townsend, Andrea Vasiliou, Ray Whelan, Tom Whelehan, Zac Whitehead, Miroslav Zaruba
Critic Reviews About Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman is a beautifully directed superhero origin story that digs into Diana’s transformation from naive warrior to inspiring hero.
This film, directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot, tells an interesting story that cleverly combines genre elements into something reasonably fresh, touching and fun.
A. O. Scott
The gushing reviews of Wonder Woman suggest that people are grading on a big curve, but the limpness of the storytelling is certainly preferable to the whacking pacing of other movies of its ilk.
An indifferent box office promises to get a lift from a genuinely novel protagonist as enigmatic as she is compelling.
Befitting its World War I setting, Wonder Woman has a certain throwback charm, with Gadot and Pine playing off one another as good-naturedly as partners in a 1930s screwball comedy.
Inspirational (and insufferable) director Terrence Malick is back with a sometimes wonderful, sometimes sexual (and always unusual) rumination on love and faith.
The moviegoing world deserves the best that Hollywood can deliver, and this time we’ve pretty much got it.
Wall Street Journal
After a few false starts, the DC Extended Universe has its first truly terrific entry under its belt. About damn time.
Born to play the role of “Wonder Woman”, Gadot proves that women can be fierce and loyal, as well as empathetic, in director Patty Jenkins’ epic, satisfying origin story.
Sandie Angulo Chen
Common Sense Media