Wonder Woman 1984 is finally here! The movie came out on HBO Max this morning, which means a lot of people spend their Christmas day with Diana Prince.
The film’s critic’s score has risen on Rotten Tomatoes for a while, currently by 70%. Now the audience score has gone up too! Currently, the movie is rated 78% by viewers with 143 total ratings at the time of writing.
“It’s a great movie with a great cast, although it is slow in parts. My biggest problem is the CGI in the action scenes,” wrote one fan. “AMAZING! I loved it even more than the first one,” chimed in another fan.
“Extremely slow, boring and anticlimactic,” wrote an unimpressed movie viewer. “A wonderful movie from start to finish,” wrote another satisfied customer. You can read more reviews here.
The consensus seems to be in line with the official ComicBook.com review, placing the sequel slightly behind the first Wonder Woman movie, with some elements surpassing its predecessor, but pacing and duration hold it back a bit.
Wonder Woman 1984 Movie Online Official Trailer
Wonder Woman 1984 learns from the critics of its excellent predecessor, offering a much more content ending compared to its outrageous and hulking third act from the first film, but it would have benefited from a bit more character work, sharper pacing and conclusions.
, and, well, a little more Wonder Woman, “says ComicBook.com‘s 3.5 out of 5-star review.” The team delivers an exciting and inspiring new story, with a surprising level of worldly commentary considering when it was shot, along with a much needed message of hope, all strongly complemented by Hans Zimmer’s ever empathetic musical score. ”
Gadot recently commented on whether or not there will be a third Wonder Woman movie. When asked, Gadot told Variety: “We have no idea. You never know. I’d love to do another one if the story is great and with Patty Jenkins, of course. But I don’t know. We will have to.” wait and see. “Gadot added that a third movie would be a” good closing. ”
“We’ll see what happens. I really don’t know,” director Patty Jenkins told The New York Times when asked if a third Wonder Woman could follow Rogue Squadron, her Star Wars movie just announced on Disney-owned Lucasfilm.
“I know I would love to do the third if the circumstances were right and there was still a possible theatrical model. I don’t know what I would do if there wasn’t.”
Wonder Woman 1984 will open in select theaters in the United States on Christmas Day, as well as on HBO Max.