Review: Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)


I recently watched the movie that is named Wonder Woman 1984. It was a great film. The actress who is named Gal Gadot plays the character that is named Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman’s alter-ego is named Diana.

This movie is set in the past. It is set in the year 1984. In this movie Wonder Woman works in a museum. When she is at her job she discovers a new artifact. The artifact is a citrine stone. The stone can grant your wishes… but with a price.

An failed businessman who is named Maxwell steals the stone. He makes a wish. He wishes that he can become the stone itself and have the stone’s power. After Maxwell’s wish is granted he goes to different people to grant his or her wishes. However, when he grants the person’s wish he receives something in return. Maxwell steals businesses, gains power, and even speaks to the President of the United States of America. Maxwell’s power causes chaos in America and all around the world.

Wonder Woman’s other enemy is named Barbara Minerva. The actress who is named Kristen Wiig plays Barbara. Barbara works at the same museum as Diana. She is klutzy and acts like a nerd. Barbara makes a wish on the citrine stone. She wishes that she could be exactly like Diana. Barbara receives Diana’s powers unexpectedly because of her wish from the citrine stone.

Wonder Woman realizes that there is a way to stop Maxwell from reeking havoc around the world. She realizes that if a person renounces his or her wish then Maxwell’s power will decrease. Barbara doesn’t want her powers to disappear. She fights Diana so that Maxwell keeps his powers and so that she can retain hers.

This movie was exciting. It was filled with great drama and great humor, too. Gal Gadot is great as Wonder Woman. She is strong and determined. I also enjoyed Kristen Wiig as Barbara Minerva. I liked her despite the fact that she is Wonder Woman’s enemy. I thought Barbara was strong, smart, and fiesty. I was sad to see her turn to the dark-side. She is a compelling character.

I give this movie a 4-star rating. It was fun to watch with my friends. I will definitely buy it when it comes out on Blue-Ray to watch again and again.

Luca Lane

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