Wonder Woman 2 1984 (2020)

  • Release: 2020   ( 25 Dec 2020 )
  • Genre:  ✯ Action ✯ Adventure ✯ Fantasy
  • Language: English
  • Country: USA, UK, Spain
  • Runtime: 151 mins
  • Rating: 7
  • Quality:  ✯ 1080P WebRip ✯ 720P WebRip
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Rewind to the 1980s as Wonder Woman’s next big screen adventure finds her facing two all-new foes: Max Lord and The Cheetah.

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Director :
Patty Jenkins

Writer :

Geoff Johns (story), Patty Jenkins (story), Dave Callaham (screenplay), Geoff Johns (screenplay), Patty Jenkins (screenplay), William Moulton Marston (Wonder Woman created by)

Actors :
Pedro Pascal| Gal Gadot| Connie Nielsen| Chris Pine|

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Best Review:

In the sequel, the fragile shoulders of the strange woman are burdened with so much that even they cannot bear the heavy burden. And the reason is pretty obvious – Patty Jenkins, this time not only directing, but also taking over the writing of the screenplay, failed in her second task a little more than completely. Over the course of two and a half hours, Merigold’s Destructive Grudge bombards the screen with so many ideas, in places even very successful, but unrealized to the max, that the sequel feels twice as long as the first part (and it’s only 10 minutes longer). The lightness and charming unobtrusiveness of past adventures are lost in favor of creating some global idea out of bright shreds of slowly dragging events. The main villain becomes the stone. No, not the stone face of Thanos, not the boulder flying out of space with Bruce Willis yelling “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing”, but a magic boulder that merely grants wishes, demanding little in return. Initially seeming very silly, but gradually growing a meat of creativity, the approach to creating the antagonist is quickly overshadowed by the realization that Jenkins and co-creators never understood what to mold from such a global idea, and therefore did what usually happens in such situations – introduced a maximally unnecessary second villain into the script, in this case, Cheetah. A humiliated gray mouse at work, suddenly gains abilities and becomes a wildcat, never seen before and here we are again (Electro, Catwoman, Poison Ivy, Enigma, the list is endless). And the point isn’t even that she’s a bad villain, it’s that she’s only needed here for an absolutely disgustingly staged final battle, which moreover completely ruins the feeling of the final encounter with the Stone of Desire, why even put these two storylines into one film.


The only thing the film has retained is the main character’s boundless charm. Diana is still one of the most human characters in comic book movies, Gal Gadot brings even very strange scenes to life with a simple flutter of eyelashes, trying to somehow glue together the falling apart action. The broken tempo does not help her in that either, after two not bad opening action scenes she goes into such a deep sleep for an hour that her snoring can be heard all the way from Vladivostok. And even that is excusable, for during that hour there is an interesting, romantic and awkward in its sweetness reverse of the events of the first part, when now Diana introduces her companion to the world of the future, at the same time making a man out of a monkey (I swear, there is more suspense in the beautiful scene of Diana choosing clothes for her boyfriend than in the cartoonish final battle), but one cannot accept that the movie constantly suffers from acute memory loss. At the end of the opening scene, a crucial thought that should have set the tone for something important in the finale is uttered, and it is immediately forgotten. Stone literally grants everyone’s wishes, but he grants Diana’s wish in a twisted and even somewhat disgusting form. Haste in piling up ideas only leads to more chaos, and this kills the emotion in even the most beautiful moments of Diana’s finding herself. The very human emotion that made the luminous past film stand out so favorably from the succession of conveyorized superhero blockbusters. For all that, even in this state, the movie leaves absolutely no sense of disgust, only some bitterness of unrealized potential. No miracle happened to the woman this time.

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