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Wonder Woman 1984
- 2h 31m
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Fast forward to the 1980s as Wonder Woman’s next big screen adventure finds her facing a wide array of foes including: Max Lord and The Cheetah.
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Wonder Woman 1984 struggles with sequel overload, but still offers enough vibrant escapism to satisfy fans of the franchise and its classic central character.
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Common Sense Says
Melancholy DC sequel about redemption has mixed messages.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Wonder Woman 1984 is the sequel to 2017's Wonder Woman and takes place about 65 years after the events of the first film. Gal Gadot returns as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, who finds herself up against two new villains (Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal) who are motivated by envy and greed -- but is also reunited with her long-lost love, Steve Trevor (Chris Pine). There's more romance in Wonder Woman than most other superhero films: Diana and Steve embrace, kiss, and are shown in bed together (nothing graphic seen); another couple also makes out. While there's no world war (or war god) in this movie's story, it does have near-constant peril/risk, with much of the world devolving into mass chaos as the result of the villains' actions. Expect battle scenes, car chases, heavy artillery, gun use, references to nuclear weapons, children in danger, and beatings/hand-to-hand combat. Characters are injured, sometimes gravely, but not killed -- though there are a few sad plot twists. One character's physical appearance deteriorates disturbingly, with blood dripping out of his ears, nose, etc. Language is infrequent but includes "s--t," "bitch," and "hell"; adults drink socially. This sequel isn't quite as diverse as the original but does feature female leads, a woman writer-director, and Pascal, who's Latino, as the villain. That said, it also has stereotypical representations of Middle Eastern people and problematic messages around the idea of returning colonized land, the impact of domestic abuse, and lack of consent/agency.
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- Genre:Action, Fantasy
- Release Date:December 25, 2020
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:No
If purchased in:4K
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