Wonder Woman starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine, and for my money is the best, non parody Superhero movie yet, and not be a little. Guardians is the best comical one I have ever seen, but this is straight, and this is incredible. In fact, this is one of the best movies of any kind in this young year so far. The strength of this, is its incredibly smart, slick and well written script. I have always stated, all GREAT movies start with a great script and not what you can generate on a computer.
This script is sensational, patient, smart, and they develop the characters wonderfully. You learn who WW (Diana) is, where she's from, why she is the way she is. You like her, you feel with her, you understand her the best you can given her complicated origins. Gadot is so well cast, it's one of the best decisions possible. You have to have an up and comer be Diana so we can grow with her. Because of that, you are learning about and watching Diana, and not some huge A-lister in a skimpy costume. This is also not written for any wise-cracking big stars' comedic ego either. There is no real attempt at being funny here like so many of these other series. This has a story to tell in a troubled time, and tells it directly.
This takes place during the waning days of WWI, and you feel the horror that was that horrible war. The settings are in Europe and the locations, sets, music, effects and costuming are fabulous. The story is a great blend of an actual event, (WWI), and of course the fantasy that are Superheros. This makes you feel, it makes you angry, and puts you right in the middle of a place we seldom go to at the movies.
The effects are fine, but they are in all these flicks. The star here is Gadot, Pine and "the smart." The enemy is the the war and its horror. What a great decision. There's not some stupid villain that has some far fetched ray gun trying to eliminate mankind. This is written for adults, and boy is that a nice switch from the rest.
Wonder Woman - Not just a great superhero movie. This is a great movie -period!