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Wonder Woman [Blu-ray + Digital Download] 
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Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, raised on a sheltered island paradise and trained to be an unconquerable warrior. When an American pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in the outside world, Diana leaves her home, convinced she can stop the threat. Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, Diana will discover her full powers…and her true destiny.
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- Crafting the Wonder
- A Director's vision
- Themyscira: The Hidden island
- Beach Battle
- A Photograph through Time
- Diana in the Modern World
- Wonder Woman at War
- Warriors of Wonder Woman
- The Trinity
- The Wonder Behind the Camera
- Finding the Wonder Woman Within
- Gag Reel
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If you love superhero movies then this one is well worth a watch.
But, as the late, great Peter O'Toole pointed out (in that 1980 cult classic THE STUNT MAN), World War I is one of the most romanticized conflicts in military history. If only because it demonstrated to those born and raised in the Victorian era that war is _not_ romantic! Especially for those caught in the crossfire (literally and otherwise). It was in WWI that tanks, war planes, and fully automatic machine guns were first invented. So, naturally, there would never again be anymore marching into battle with fifers and drummers leading the way.
Diana of Themiscyra (having been raised on a well-nicknamed Paradise Island) is the perfect personification of all that culture shock. And Gal Gadot, having been born and raised in often-war-torn Israel, is able to give us (the viewing audience) a very convincing simulation of that shock. Even with the slightly jaded Steve Trevor as her tour guide!
That brings us to Chris Pine.
The U.S. Army didn't officially enter WWI till 1916, at the earliest. But, quite a few individuals didn't want to wait that long. So, they either joined the famed Lafayette Escadrille via the French Foreign Legion. Or they joined the British army as horse-drawn ambulance drivers. As Pine's version of Trevor is working for British Military Intelligence, I venture to think he was recruited into the latter via their French counterparts (Le Deauxieme Bureau). If so, I have to commend him for whatever boning up he did on the historical background of WWI. Turkey was, indeed, a German ally during that war. That, in turn, makes Steve Trevor's presence in the Mediterranean even more plausible. As he would no doubt have been trying to get to the British naval base on Malta in that stolen monoplane!
I also have to give kudos to the characters of Samir, Charlie, and the Chief. Original characters they might be (with undertones of a politically incorrect joke about three guys walking into a bar). But, they still lend a very nice mixed bag of poignancy and comic relief to this film.
As for David Thewlis? Well, let's just say (for those who haven't see the movie, already) that Sir Patrick Morgan is _not_ Bruce Wayne's great-great-grandfather.
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Like the rest of their films i got to about an hour in and turned it off, just boring.Read more
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