Won­der Woman de­lights new au­di­ences

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

FOR years she has been the ul­ti­mate sym­bol of fe­male strength and now Won­der Woman is com­ing to life on the big screen at Bowen Sum­mer­gar­den Cin­e­mas.

The film is the next stage in the DC Comics uni­verse.

Won­der Woman sees the tit­u­lar char­ac­ter in the early 20th cen­tury when she learns about the First World War and de­cides to head to help end the con­flict.

There have al­ready been rave reviews for this su­per­hero film.

The im­pres­sive ini­tial out­ing of one of the most iconic of fe­male su­per­heroes en­ter­tains as a co­her­ent ori­gin story.

With slick fight scenes and strik­ing vis­ual style, what’s more in­ter­est­ing is the ex­am­i­na­tion into what it means to be a woman in a man’s world.

The movie is filled with heart and hu­mour, and there’s so much to en­joy from this in­stal­ment of comic book roy­alty.


HERO: Gal Gadot in a scene Won­der Woman.

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