Directed by: Patty Jenkins
Written by: Patty Jenkins, Geoff Johns, Dave Callaham & William Moulton Marston.
Starring: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal.
The story of this film fast forwards into 1984, where Diana (Gal Gadot) is still mourning her boyfriend Steve (Chris Pine), when things begin to change and Diana befriends her clumsy work colleague Barbara (Kristen Wiig) when a mysterious artifact needs identifying, and things begin to turn dangerous when the discovery of this artifact becomes known.
Upon watching this film, I can say I thoroughly enjoyed the 2hours+ of this film. I am not a hardcore DC/Marvel Fan, but I enjoy the films, as they are always action packed and immerses viewers into the films.
I will not be giving any spoilers or anything away about this film, as this is something people need to visit their cinemas and watch if you are able to that is. I was lucky enough to have visited the cinema and watched this film.
Gal Gadot plays WW very well indeed, and although this film doesn’t have her in her gorgeous costume very much, the wardrobe choices were amazing, and I loved every style she wore, and when I saw the first trailer, I was not entirely sure on the casting of Kristen Wiig as Barbara but she actually surprised me and played her role brilliantly. Pedro Pascal also manages to play his villain role very well, and this is not the first time he has played a villain as he has also played one in Kingsman: The Golden Circle, so I remember him from that film and thought he did a great job within this film also.
I am not sure what else I can say without giving away what happens in the film, so I will just summarise to say this film was enjoyable to watch and if you can, I recommend visiting your local cinema and watching it on the big screen, as it is a very good watch, and viewers get to see Diana as a child, at the start, and her will to compete and be involved in daring competitions, which show some amazing action scenes, as-well-as some romance scenes (when fast forward to 1984), and a few laughs too.
For anyone who is unsure about watching this at the cinema though, please try your best to visit the cinema and watch this film, and help the entertainment industry as much as possible at this difficult time.
I give this film a 5 star rating