Wonder Woman


Action / Adventure / Animation / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 86%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 77%
IMDb Rating 7.4 10 13331


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Rosario Dawson as Artemis
Nathan Fillion as Steve Trevor
Keri Russell as Wonder Woman
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1hr 14 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Platypuschow 8 / 10

Wonder Woman: Considerably better than I expected

I've never been a Wonder Woman fan, the ridiculous outfit always put me off much alike Superman and at time of writing haven't even watched the live action Gal Gadot film

For this reason I went into this expecting very little so found myself blown away by just how good it is.

Essentially an origin story it follows Diana from birth through to adulthood and her double pronged first mission to return a pilot to the world of man and to defeat Ares God Of War who has escaped confinement.

It never fails to amaze me how good the voice talent is in these things. Here we have Keri Russell, Nathan Fillion, Alfred Molina, Rosario Dawson, Marg Helgenberger, Virginia Madsen, David McCallum and one of my favorite actors Oliver Platt.

They do a fantastic job here as do the animators and the writers, I really enjoyed this. Is it ground breaking? Hardly, but considering it was a movie about a character I don't much care for they really knocked it out of the park.

The Good:

I love greek mythology

Very well written

Great voice cast

The Bad:

I still can't take the invisible jet seriously

Things I Learnt From This Movie:

Don't believe the lies about the stork or the sex thing, my eyes have been opened! Babies are molded from sand.

Fighter jets float

The man who created Wonder Woman was born in the 1800's, let that sink in

Heroes have no appreciation for property damage

Being attacked by a god causes instant sobriety

The question who ate all the pies has been answered, it was hades

Reviewed by DCfan 10 / 10

Wonder Woman 2009

If you are a fan of Wonder Women, the DC comics and if you enjoyed the movie that released this year then you might enjoy this animated version of Wonder Woman.

There was one thing that didn't make sense was how on earth was a child formed from a clay and given life by Zeus.

The voice acting was also good I liked the fact that Nathan Fillion who was the voice for Vigilante in DCAU and Green Lantern in few films was involved in this movie.

Even the designs in the movie remind me of the DCAU TV shows.

Reviewed by Stephen Abell 7 / 10

A Well Written, Directed, & Acted Fast Paced Superhero Movie

Though Wonder Woman has seen a tried and failed TV Series and a popular three season TV Series in the '70's the character never had the recognition she deserved after that. So we saw her in the Justice League animation, though not until 2009 did she get a feature length animation to herself. While both Batman and Superman had series and movies to their credit. Not such a good thing for one of DC's Trinity.

This film goes to show that both DC and Warner were wrong to shelf the Amazon Wonder for so long. I still cannot believe that there wasn't a series on the back of this movie. The story which the writers give the audience is one based on the current mythos. After the Amazons help Zeus to defeat Ares - the God of War, Zeus and Hera entrusts them to hold him prisoner on an Island created for that sole purpose - Themyscira. Mystical bracelets shackle him against using his powers. After years of guarding Ares, Diana is born out of her mother's love and Zeus' will, after Queen Hippolyte forges her from clay. More years go by and Diana grows into a young woman learning the ways of the Amazons. until their peace is shattered by a jet fighter crashing on their Island. Under the lasso of truth it's deemed that the pilot, Steve Trevor is no threat and should be returned to his world. During the Games to find an emissary to accompany Trevor, Ares is set free by his guard, his secret lover, Persephone. Now Diana has two missions to accomplish.

The director does a wonderful job of keeping the action sequences coming thick and fast while interweaving some very good drama sequences (of which I particularly like the Steve Trevor lasso interrogation scene and Diana's introduction to Ares). The great thing about animation is that you have a broader scope of what you can bring to life. In this case it's the monster, demons, and ghosts. If this had been made in live action it would have required a much bigger budget.

The story, on the whole, is strong and both the writers do a great job with the Amazons and their time period. The many references and quotes go along way to set an atmosphere and a believability for the audience. The only thing I found wrong with the film was Steve Trevor's character who comes of week and unassured at times. Even Fillion helps to give the character a "Wimpy" feel. Steve Trevor should be the complete opposite of these, with more than a smattering of cocky to boot. I think a rewrite of the character and a voice change would have worked better - David Boreanaz'ish or Ryan Reynold'ish.

I also don't believe that Molina had the strength to voice Ares, who actually comes off kinda Meh! It needed a darker and richer voice, somewhere between Brian Blessed and Tim Curry (circa Legend) to give the God the power he deserves. Russell does a great job as Wonder Woman and in the scene with the ice cream brings out the child in Diana superbly - a very nice scene. Though the stars for me were Virginia Madsen, who was surprisingly brilliant as Hippolyte, and Oliver Platt for his magnificent take on Hades.

I would recommend this for all as it has something for everybody. A strong story, good animation and direction, good acting, fast paced and action packed. This is one film I would be happy to watch again. All DC and Wonder Woman fans shouldn't miss this film.

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