Wonder Woman Movie Review: The 21st Century Women Now Have An Idol To Look Up To

Wonder Woman is Hollywood’s testament to the spirit of womanhood.

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Wonder Woman was a much awaited DC Extended Universe film based on the popular superhero character Diana Prince, essayed by the Israeli actress Gal Gadot. Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman also stars Chris Pine, Robin Wright, David Thewlis, Said Taghmaoui, and Danny Huston. The film presents the origins of the popular DC Comics character. The young Amazon princess witnesses loss of innocence while growing up on the island of Themyscira, home of the Amazonian warriors, ruled by her mother, Queen Hippolyta.  The queen forbids her sister Antiope from training the young Diana in the Amazonian way, fearing that it may one day lead to Diana abandoning their home.  But Antiope is determined, and so she begins to train Diana secretly and thus begins the extraordinary journey of the Amazonian Princess who would become the guardian angel of mankind, protecting them from the constant perils of war as perpetrated by the Greek God of War, the mighty but terrible son of Zeus, Ares.

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