I’m only familiar with Wonder Woman thanks to her being a part of the Justice League and various artworks of her HOTNESS! She is the goddess of DC, with her bondage lasso, sexy one-piece armor, lovely long black hair, and “a nice rack.” I finally get to see the sexy Amazonian in her first feature length film.
Wonder Woman, directed by Lauren Montgomery, is the fourth DC Universe Original Animated Movie by Warner Premiere and Warner Bros. Animation after Superman: Doomsday, Justice League: The New Frontier, and Batman: Gotham Knight. Wonder Woman is my favorite by far.
Wonder Woman starts off in Ancient Greece as we see the Amazons, tough female warriors, battle against Ares (Alfred Molina), the god of war, and his minions of beasts. The battle ends with Ares defeated and captured. The Amazons were granted their own magical island called Themyscira that keeps them young and isolated from horny men, while Ares is being kept prisoner.
We’re introduced to Princess Diana (Kerri Russell) many years later, who’s been living and training in combat on the island her entire life and secretly wishes to explore the outside world. During this time, Steve Trevor (Nathan Fillon), an American fighter pilot, gets shot down from an enemy jet and crash lands on Themyscira, coincidentally. After Steve and Diana meet, Ares escapes, and it’s up to Diana, aka Wonder Woman, to save the world.
The movie was a lot of fun and Nathan Fillon was easily my favorite actor in it. His character tries to hit on Wonder Woman every time and Wonder Woman isn’t having any of it. Wonder Woman is very cautious and cynical towards Man, but later on she sees that we aren’t all that bad.
The story is entertaining with violence, plenty of action, adult humor, and fan service. There are decapitations, blood, sexual comments, and Wonder Woman’s cleavage. The animation is good and reminds me a lot of the 90’s Superman cartoon thanks to Bruce Timm. The voice acting is great with casts like Alfred Molina, Virginia Madsen, Rosario Dawson, Keri Russell and Nathan Fillon.
I highly recommend this for fans of Wonder Woman, Greek mythology and comics in general. I dare Megan Fox to watch this and still think that Wonder Woman is lame.