Sunday, May 10, 2009

26 Capes Later: Day Nine

Movie: Wonder Woman
Release Date: 2009
Runtime: 75 minutes
Rating: PG-13
Genre: Animated
Synopsis: "A graceful Amazon princess of untold strength and beauty attempts to prevent the god of war from instigating a conflict that will last for centuries and destroy the human race as the animated adventure marking the return of DC Comics heroine Wonder Woman. On the mystical island of Themyscira lives a fierce race of warrior Amazons who have raised a powerful daughter named Princess Diana. The Amazons live in secrecy from the outside world, but when Army fighter pilot Steve Travor crash-lands in their tropical paradise, the headstrong princess defies the law of the land by accompanying Trevor back to civilization. But her transition into the modern world won't be an easy one, because when Ares escapes from his Amazonian prison and begins plotting his revenge, Princess Diana is the only person who stands between the god of war, and the destruction of the human race - beginning with the Amazons. Now, as Princess Diana harnesses her unique powers to boldly fight back against Ares and save the planet from certain destruction, Wonder Woman is born and the battle for civilization begins."

The Wonder Woman movie was awesome beyond all belief. Wonder Woman is by far one of the coolest female superheroes that I have ever read about. She's in my opinion way, way cooler than Superman could ever hope to be.
Hades was such a slob in the movie. Hippolyta's armor was cool, ok, all of their armor was cool (see what I mean?). I think Artemis was my second favorite character followed by Steve, because they were both funny in their own way. I just love it when the bad guy is actually someone that is truly bad, so that you don't feel bad about completely disliking them.
I don't want to spoil this movie for anyone who might not have gotten a chance to watch it and were still considering watching it, so this is all I'm have to say about it.

Dame Orchid

1 comment:

  1. I love anything involving greco-roman myth so this movie was right up my alley. And I really liked their version of WW, she was less manly than some.

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