Wonder Woman 
Director: Patty Jenkins
Stars: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen, Danny Huston, Robin Wright, Elena Ayana and David Thewlies
Review: It's great to see the DCEU back on track but the overwhelming praise Wonder Woman is receiving I think is a little exaggerated. The movie can really be defined by its three acts. The first two acts are really good. Themyscira at the start was some interesting world building, and the 1910's war setting and battle scenes where really cool. But when a movie builds up to a climax that is so awful and distracting to watch, it brings the whole film down with it. Gal Gadot was really good as Wonder Woman. Every now and then her voice gets a little whinny but otherwise. Chris Pine of course nailed Steve Trevor. Connie Nielsen and Robin Wright where also good, but robbed of screen time. Danny Huston and Elena Ayana's played generic and forgettable Marvel type of villains. Patty Jenkins had a simple straight forward direction that worked, but as I said earlier, fell apart with a Doomsday style ending. Don't get me wrong, I like this movie and I'm not a DC hater, but the ending undeniably drags what was a solid superhero experience up until that point, to a grinding halt. Top that off with some atrocious CGI at times, this movie fell apart from a lot of smaller things throughout. In the end I was pleased at the end of this movie. I really felt who Diana was a character now I'm Batman V Superman and Justice League, what she's been through the heart break she's suffered. Overall I'm a huge fan of this character already, this movie was mostly well made and most importantly didn't force feminism on me which was such a relief.