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Critique of Wonder Woman, the DC film and Warner Bros. Directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot, Robin Wright, Connie Nielsen, Chris Pine and David Thewlis. In cinemas from June 23rd.
What a power injection it gives to see Wonder Woman! It is a sturdy film that gives a blow on the table to put the panorama upside down: Finally a superheroine protagonist genuinely feminine, not a masculinizada version of the role, but with its own identity, with eigenvalues. What took you so long to get here? I don’t know, but I do know it was worth the wait.
The start of Wonder Woman is a delight and introduces us to a character that we all wanted to see developed on the big screen since we presented it in Batman v Superman (assuming,) neither more nor less, of the best successes of the film, counted from its origins to become the woman that we already know. This will bring to your head some inevitable references like Richard Donner’s Superman or Captain America: the First Avenger. Even in its structure find points in common, but the film goes a little further developing the personality of Diana and contributing many things to its history.
What are you going to find? Wonder Woman is a very satisfying and entertaining film, that gives enough laps to what we have seen of the Universe DC in cinemas since the premiere of the Man of Steel. It is very stimulating the cocktail of Mythology, choreography, action and emotion that makes the sequences of struggle are throbbing, although in the final impasses of the film we have a feeling of deja vu with some excess of CGI that almost hinders the conclusion.
Great success The fact that Jenkins directed a serious look at the character: Candid at first, desolate and disappointed by moments, sexy, powerful, strong and many, many layers. A marvel that I hope will inspire the new generations by offering them patterns of vigorous, chunky, committed and struggling women.
In the protected and paradisiacal tropical island of Themyscira, Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) is a warrior Princess Amazona who has been raised by her mother, Queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen), and her aunts, General Antiope (Robin Wright) and Menalippe (Lisa Loven Kongsli). Diana has been trained to be an invincible fighter. But, while Hippolyta wants to protect his daughter from the outside world, Antiope wants him to be prepared to defend himself, training in secret.
Excellent as a film of action and entertainment, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman and Patty Jenkins is hitting hard and seated a solid base for solo heroine. To enjoy it as a small child.