A couple of critics may have already seen Wonder Woman 1984 yesterday, weeks before the long-awaited and repeated sliding DC movie was shown in cinemas in large parts of the world (including us) and streamed in parallel in the US (on HBO Max) as well – and maybe no one will to be surprised, but they had very nice impressions.
Below you can get an insight into the reaction of a lot of enthusiastic people who bring to life the sequel to the DCEU hit film 2017 directed by Patty Jenkins: the beautifully realized eighties setting, the uplifting and heartwarming story – that – we really need in these difficult days.
We would immediately quote Jim Vejvoda and Terri Schwartz from the American IGN:
“I saw Wonder Woman 1984 yesterday. It’s also very fun and very heartwarming, hopeful, which I admit I needed shortly after this year. ”
– Jim Vejvoda (@JimVejvoda) December 5, 2020
“I’m one of the lucky ones to be among the first to see (finally!) Wonder Woman in 1984. I admired it. The first act is my favorite modern DC creation, and WW84 goes wisely and tells a very human and very beautiful story about Princess Diana. ”
I was lucky enough to be among the first to (finally!) Come to the Wonder Woman screen in 1984. I loved it. The first Wonder Woman is my favorite of the modern DC movies, and # WW84 do all the smart next steps, tell a very human and very beautiful story to Diana Prince. pic.twitter.com/vzr2mZXIKg
– Terri Schwartz (@Terri_Schwartz) December 5, 2020
Amy Ratcliff considered pretty much the same and emphasized that this is an “ambitious” and “incredibly exciting” work.
“I was able to watch Wonder Woman 1984 yesterday and … honestly, that was exactly what I needed. Uplifting, hopeful and in every element Wonder woman. It’s just a wonderful movie with a theme right in the heart. ”
I got to watch Wonder Woman 1984 yesterday and … honestly, that’s exactly what I needed. What we all need. It is uplifting, hopeful and so completely Wonder Woman. Just a beautiful film with themes that strike you directly in the heart. # WW84
– Amy Ratcliffe (@amy_geek) December 5, 2020
“Yesterday I saw Wonder Woman 1984 at home and this film is all I needed, in fact much more. It is incredibly ambitious, impressively exciting and full of hope. Also very long, which sometimes seems like a wrong decision, but java part it reminded me about how wonderful I can feel after a blockbuster. ”
Yesterday I saw Wonder Woman 1984 at home & that was all I needed & more. The film is hugely ambitious, incredibly exciting and full of much-needed hope. It’s also very long, sometimes wrong, but most of all it reminded me how wonderful a big blockbuster can make you feel. pic.twitter.com/6rYbHEzI7E
– Germain Lussier (@GermainLussier) December 5, 2020
Erand Goldman from FANDOM, Eric Eisenberg from CinemaBlend, Mike Rougeau from GameSpot and others also felt that the film had a message, an inspiring main character and shines with reality in these perhaps difficult times.
“I saw Wonder Woman in 1984 and it became a really strong piece. It is full of powerful and … yes, fantastic scenes and all in all, a film that stands its ground perfectly in these catastrophic times thanks to its message and great hero. ”
I have seen # WonderWoman1984 and it’s really strong. There are several powerful and, ahem, wonderful moments in it and in the end it is a film that plays so well for the particularly turbulent era that it opens thanks to its message and inspiring hero. pic.twitter.com/slxij3DS5Y
– Eric Goldman (@TheEricGoldman) December 5, 2020
“Amazing news: Wonder Woman 1984 is amazing! The story has a fantastic and fantastic message at the right time; full of surprises; and he also does a great job of introducing Cheetah and Max Lord (both Wiig and Pascal are brilliant). ”
Big news: Wonder Woman 1984 is amazing! The story is excellent and has a good message at the right time; it contains lots of surprises; and amazing work is being done with both Cheetah & Max Lord (Wiig & Pascal are both amazing). Get hyped, because that’s the real deal. # WonderWoman1984 # WW1984 pic.twitter.com/9UQLyxn3gx
– Eric Eisenberg (@eeisenberg) December 5, 2020
“I see the wonderful woman and I can share some of my impressions!
An absolutely captivating and wonderful film, that’s exactly what we need now. I have experienced almost every moment of it (which has not been seen for a long time). Chris Pine’s return has been a great achievement and it makes sense. And Gal is still a goddess! ”
I HAVE SEEN @WonderWomanFilm and can now share some thoughts!
It’s absolutely wonderful and a wonderful movie at the moment. It made me feel things (an unusual feat today). Chris Pine’s return is well done and makes sense. Gal is, of course, a goddess. # WW84
– Mike Rougeau (@RogueCheddar) December 5, 2020
Do not worry, ONLY better reviews will come below. Since none of this comes from official criticism, it’s worth watching to read the opinions of a couple of very enthusiastic people – at least until the presentation takes place.
“Wonder Woman 1984 is a fun, exciting and engaging sequel, one that perfectly complements the previous story, but which in itself is fantastic. It’s an emotional, fun and exceptional piece that is perhaps even better than its predecessor. ”
Wonder Woman 1984 is a happy, exciting and engaging sequel, one that manages to connect to what worked for the first time, but it is still unique in its own right. Emotionally, fun and exciting, maybe even better than the first. @WonderWomanFilm pic.twitter.com/dvsu6fpJRX
– JoBlo.com (@joblocom) December 5, 2020
“I was invited by Warner to see the new Wonder Woman in advance yesterday and I’m still grinning. Wonder Woman 1984 is the movie the world needs now, no matter who, on what screen or screen. ”
I was invited by @WarnerBrosUK to see an early screening of the new @WonderWomanFilm yesterday and I’m still smiling.# WonderWoman1984 is the movie the world needs right now, no matter what size you get to watch it.
I will share some non-spoiler thoughts very soon. pic.twitter.com/FJv2FSObsm
– Luke Bugg “The Geek Of Steel” (@thegeekofsteel) December 5, 2020
“Wonder Woman 1984 is absolutely amazing. It shows that superheroes can also be imperfect, vulnerable and lovable. Gal and Patty made a wonderful film of intrigue and hope. ”
# WonderWoman1984 is absolutely incredible. It shows that superheroes can be wrong, vulnerable, hard and loving. Gal and Patty have created a beautiful film with intrigue and hope. # WW84 pic.twitter.com/TAnb980L4x
– John Nguyen (@ JohnSpartan300) December 5, 2020
“I’m so happy to say that WW84 is a fantastic piece from start to finish. A fantastic performance in the light of the first film, but full of heart, hope, love, action, romance and humor. Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot – as well as the team – put together one of the best DC sequels. I cried when it was over. ”
I’m so happy to report it # WW84 is an absolute explosion from start to finish. An exceptional compliment to the first film, it is filled with heart, hope, love, action, romance and humor. @PattyJenks, @GalGadot & team delivered one of DC’s best sequels. I cried when it ended. pic.twitter.com/ivPkBFmehd
– Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) December 5, 2020
I could see Wondwer Woman 1984! Patty Jenkins literally created an 80’s jewel cinema that is so unique these six. It feels bigger than the first WW at the same time, at the same time as it is much more collected. Lots of Princess Diana and some epic Wonder Woman moments where Gal Gadot is brilliant! ”
I have seen # WonderWoman1984!@PattyJenks literally made an 80’s movie in every way, which made it so unique for today. It feels both bigger than the first WW at the same time as it is more rich in content.
– BD (@BrandonDavisBD) December 5, 2020
“I was lucky enough to see WW84. Be excited about your Christmas present, people. That’s all I want to say!
Had the great luck to see # WW84 recently. Get excited for your Xmas current people! That’s all I have to say!
– The Nerds of Color (@TheNerdsofColor) December 5, 2020
Wonder Woman 1984 will theoretically be shown at home in cinemas from December 24, and in America it will be seen not only on widescreen but also on HBO Max.