Wonder Woman: Commemorative Edition

2009 • 83 minutes
4.5
228 reviews
83%
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PG-13
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Eligible
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Celebrate the princess who becomes the World’s Greatest Super Heroine in this Commemorative Edition of the origin story of Wonder Woman. On the mystical island of Themyscira, a proud warrior race of Amazon women thrives, shielded from the corrupt world of man. But a betrayal leads to the escape of Ares, the God of War, and Amazon Princess Diana must capture him before he unleashes global chaos and destruction. With the aid of cocky fighter pilot Steve Trevor, Diana tracks Ares to the United States for a battle unlike any humankind has ever faced in this epic tale.
Rating
PG-13
4.5
228 reviews
Ana “Anabella9” Cruz Nazario
May 13, 2020
Celebrate the princess who becomes the World’s Greatest Super Heroine in this Commemorative Edition of the origin story of Wonder Woman. On the mystical island of Themyscira, a proud warrior race of Amazon women thrives, shielded from the corrupt world of man. But a betrayal leads to the escape of Ares, the God of War, and Amazon Princess Diana must capture him before he unleashes global chaos and destruction. With the aid of cocky fighter pilot Steve Trevor, Diana tracks Ares to the United Stat
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The Notorious J. O. E.
July 28, 2018
This animated version of Diana's origin is just as terrific and engaging as the live-action version. The voice actors are fully committed to their assigned roles. Keri Russell (of "Felicity" and "The Americans") is terrific as Diana/Wonder Woman. Both Rosario Dawson & Virginia Madsen (as Artemis and Queen Hippolyta, respectively) are engaging in their supporting roles. Nathan Fillion's version of Steve Trevor is a hilarious, yet competent, foil to Diana. Overall, the film is one of the best productions from DC's animation department.
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M W
February 14, 2018
👍 The movie is actually pretty good, BUT DC really NEEDS to get rid of the invisible jet. It just doesn't make any sense. They're stuck in time, they don't know what the outside world really looks like, but they have an invisible cloaked jet that's from the year 3000? Does Themyscira have jet fuel and if they do, who refines it into the jet fuel? Who on the island is the technological genius that can wire everything together and where do they manufacture the invisible metal? Did they have to go to school to learn this type of technology?What were the planes before it like, or is this the first prototype? See? It raises too many obvious questions. How about she willfully just flies like most normal superheros DC? Her having a jet out of the blue makes about as much sense as having a squirrel looking thing be a Green Lantern. (That's a whole nother story. 🙄)
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