It’s overwhelmingly positive
Wonder Woman is the first movie in the Warner Bros. and DC’s Extended Universe that isn’t directed by Zack Snyder — and according to early reviews, that might be a good thing.
The first wave of screenings for the film occurred in both New York and Los Angeles last night and for the most part are overwhelmingly positive. That echoes what exhibitors tweeted about the film a couple of weeks ago. One of the most common compliments the film has received from critics thus far is that, at its core, it’s a genuine, emotional story about family. Gal Gadot and Chris Pine, who play Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor, respectively, also received praise for their portrayal of the characters in the movie.
— Terri Schwartz (@Terri_Schwartz) May 19, 2017
Alright whatever. Let the Snyder sycophants rage. Bottom line: Wonder Woman is a great time, Gal Gadot is awesome, Patty Jenkins is da bomb.
— Alisha Grauso (@AlishaGrauso) May 19, 2017
#WonderWoman is the ray of light the DCEU has been waiting for. Gal Gadot just owns it.
— Angie J. Han (@ajhan) May 19, 2017
Happy — no, RELIEVED — to report that #WonderWoman is truly good. Funny, stirring, kick-ass, romantic. A solid, entertaining superhero film.
— Adam B. Vary (@adambvary) May 19, 2017
I can finally tell you.. Wonder Woman is a very good film. Funnier, more action packed than you’re probably expecting. Gal is perfect as WW!
— Peter Sciretta (@slashfilm) May 19, 2017
Without hesitation #WonderWoman is the best thing WB/DC have done. Like C’MON, DUH DOY, BRITTA!
— Alicia Lutes (@alicialutes) May 19, 2017
TLDR Patty Jenkins did a real good job and there’s no contest btw Wonder Woman and all the other DCEU movies — it wins hands down.
— A. . (@AlannaBennett) May 19, 2017
Wonder Woman, directed by Patty Jenkins, is the third installment in the DCEU. It follows Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the latter of which saw Wonder Woman make her debut.
Wonder Woman will be released on June 2.
Source: Polygon – Full