After much wait and suspense of if the movie will make it to the cinemas or not, Wonder Woman 1983 is finally running on screens.
But to cut the long story short, it is rather disappointing to know that it was not worth the wait. The movie starts in the promising note, but it does not take it long for it to become a yawn fest.
The biggest reason for the disappointment is the antagonist. I am a strong believer of the fact that a super hero movie needs a super villain for story to work out. The Avengers would not be what it is without Thanos. The Dark Knight needed Bane to make the story compelling.
Wonder Woman 1983 falls in the trap, hoping the the viewers will be happy just to watch Gal Gadot in action and won’t mind the loose storyline. The story in fact is best suited to make children’s movies. This story does not need a super hero or heroine, to save the day. The first part was a success because it had a very strong and layered storyline, and smartly combined Word War and Mythology. And this is the very same reason that the second one fails miserably.
Overall, this movie is not worth your money, but if you have a lot of time in your hands and are itching to visit a cinema and craving for a popcorn, you can give it a shot.