I’m not sure who or what was most beautiful in this film – Charlize Theron, Sofia Boutella, Berlin, the rocking fight scenes, or the well played soundtrack. Everything was wonderful, and I recommend that you get to the theater for this one.
I have a suggestion if you really want to see this movie. Bring along some of your favorite music and a good pair of noise cancelling headphones. When the movie starts, crank up your personal jam session. That way you can enjoy the visuals on screen without having to suffer through the mind numbing plot and associated dialogue.
Super Hero origin movies usually come in three parts. Part One – our Hero is in a world of their own and just beginning to learn that they have some unusual powers. Part Two – an urgent mission arrives and our Hero must go and save the world while still learning and growing in their powers. Part Three – an overdrawn battle scene must take place between our Hero and some bulked up nemesis. Unfortunately, Wonder Woman follows this three part storyline. Parts one and two are wonderful with great acting from Gal Gadot and Chris Pine. However, part three makes your face hurt and you start to realize that the theater seats are not as comfy as you thought they were. Oh well, 2/3rds of a movie being great are better than nothing.
For me, this Alien movie was best when it was at its most basic – humans making poor decisions and aliens using their awesome powers to wreak havoc. These scenes brought me back to the greatness of the original film by Ridley Scott. If you are a fan of the series, then this installment shouldn’t be missed in a theater.
I had mixed feelings about this movie. The city scenes were pretty cool. Scarlett Johansson as Major and Pilou Asbaek as Batou were both great actors. Some of the various robot scenes were good sci-fi. However, the characters were too bland and weren’t given any heart and soul to work with in my opinion.