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Wonder Woman 1984

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Fast forward to the 1980s as Wonder Woman's (Gal Gadot) next big screen adventure finds her facing an all-new foe: The Cheetah (Kristen Wiig).


  • Gal Gadot
  • Chris Pine
  • Kristen Wiig
  • Pedro Pascal
  • Robin Wright
  • Connie Nielsen
  • Lilly Aspell
  • Amr Waked
  • Kristoffer Polaha
  • Natasha Rothwell

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It was trash

Travis S
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I loved Wonder Woman 1. With that said as good as the first one was that's how awful WW84 is. It was slow, tedious and boring. When the action finally comes, if you're still awake, it's laughable. You feel absolutely nothing for any of the characters; not even Wonder Woman. They repeat the same scene MAKE A WISH over and over. It was so bad I was waiting for Jiminy Cricket to appear to put me out of my misery. The one good thing about this flick is no studio in their right mind would ever make another sequel. My advice? If you plan to come take NODOSE before arriving. If you have insomnia then this is the ticket for you if you wish to catch up on some ZZZ's. Avoid at all costs. You've been warned.

Robert H


Dec 15, 2020

There's still a lot to love. Gadot remains a charismatic presence who wields the lasso with authority, even tethering lightning bolts in some arresting moments. However, I missed the more hand-to-hand gladiatorial aspect of so many fight scenes in the first movie.

Metacritic review by David Rooney
David Rooney
The Hollywood Reporter
Dec 15, 2020

Wiig is terrific, but there’s just not enough of her. It truly is a wonder to see an A-lister like Chris Pine embrace the traditional female support role of the pretty sidekick so winningly, while Gadot is as smooth as silk and never less than watchable. The team is there, but this is most definitely a sequel.

Fionnuala Halligan
Screen Daily
Dec 15, 2020

In its best stretches—the first hour of the film, let’s say—WW84 sweetly revels in its old-school trappings, its hokey mystery, its goofy villain, its resourceful hero. The film is light on its feet, colorful and playful in a way not seen elsewhere in the DC Universe.

Richard Lawson
Vanity Fair