Wonder Woman - Full Movie Streaming

Wonder Woman
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Original Title: Wonder Woman
Release: 2017-05-30
Runtime:
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Country: United States of America
Subtitle: Deutsch, English
Plot: An Amazon princess comes to the world of Man to become the greatest of the female superheroes.
Wonder Woman / Diana Prince

Characters : Wonder Woman / Diana Prince

Actor : Gal Gadot

Steve Trevor

Characters : Steve Trevor

Actor : Chris Pine

General Antiope

Characters : General Antiope

Actor : Robin Wright

General Erich Ludendorff

Characters : General Erich Ludendorff

Actor : Danny Huston

Sir Patrick Morgan

Characters : Sir Patrick Morgan

Actor : David Thewlis

Queen Hippolyta

Characters : Queen Hippolyta

Actor : Connie Nielsen

Dr. Isabel Maru

Characters : Dr. Isabel Maru

Actor : Elena Anaya

Young Diana (8)

Characters : Young Diana (8)

Actor : Lilly Aspell

Young Diana (12)

Characters : Young Diana (12)

Actor : Emily Carey

Etta Candy

Characters : Etta Candy

Actor : Lucy Davis

Sameer

Characters : Sameer

Actor : Saïd Taghmaoui

Charlie

Characters : Charlie

Actor : Ewen Bremner

Chief

Characters : Chief

Actor : Eugene Brave Rock

Menalippe

Characters : Menalippe

Actor : Lisa Loven Kongsli

Senator Acantha

Characters : Senator Acantha

Actor : Florence Kasumba

Egeria

Characters : Egeria

Actor : Madeleine Vall

Aella

Characters : Aella

Actor : Hayley Warnes

Artemis

Characters : Artemis

Actor : Ann Wolfe

Venelia

Characters : Venelia

Actor : Doutzen Kroes

Euboea

Characters : Euboea

Actor : Samantha Jo

Phillipus

Characters : Phillipus

Actor : Ann Ogbomo

Epione

Characters : Epione

Actor : Eleanor Matsuura

Mnemosyne

Characters : Mnemosyne

Actor : Josette Simon

Penthiselea

Characters : Penthiselea

Actor : Brooke Ence

Trigona

Characters : Trigona

Actor : Hari James

Niobe

Characters : Niobe

Actor : Jacqui-Lee Pryce

FIeld Marshall Haig

Characters : FIeld Marshall Haig

Actor : James Cosmo

Kaiser Wilhelm II

Characters : Kaiser Wilhelm II

Actor : Martin Bishop

Marie

Characters : Marie

Actor : Flora Nicholson

Colonel Darnell

Characters : Colonel Darnell

Actor : Steffan Rhodri

Fausta Grables

Characters : Fausta Grables

Actor : Rachel Pickup

Von Hindenberg

Characters : Von Hindenberg

Actor : Rainer Bock

Nina

Characters : Nina

Actor : Eva Dabrowski

Amazon Army

Characters : Amazon Army

Actor : Kattreya Scheurer-Smith

Amazon Army

Characters : Amazon Army

Actor : Betty Adewole

Amazon Army

Characters : Amazon Army

Actor : Caroline Maria Winberg

Amazon Townsfolk

Characters : Amazon Townsfolk

Actor : Rekha Luther

Amazon Townsfolk

Characters : Amazon Townsfolk

Actor : Ooooota Adepo

Amazon Townsfolk

Characters : Amazon Townsfolk

Actor : Zinnia Kumar

Amazonian Warrior

Characters : Amazonian Warrior

Actor : Andrea Vasiliou

Trench Sentry

Characters : Trench Sentry

Actor : Freddy Elletson

Trench Sentry

Characters : Trench Sentry

Actor : Sammy Hayman

Trench Sentry

Characters : Trench Sentry

Actor : Michael Tantrum

Trench Officer - Belgian

Characters : Trench Officer - Belgian

Actor : Philippe Spall

Trench Officer - British

Characters : Trench Officer - British

Actor : Edward Wolstenholme

Young Wife (Station)

Characters : Young Wife (Station)

Actor : Jennie Eggleton

Turkish Slave

Characters : Turkish Slave

Actor : Frank Allen Forbes

Queens Guard

Characters : Queens Guard

Actor : Jemma Moore

Queen's Guard

Characters : Queen's Guard

Actor : Caitlin Burles

Guard at Invite Table

Characters : Guard at Invite Table

Actor : Ulli Ackermann

German Soldier in Boat

Characters : German Soldier in Boat

Actor : Marko Leht

German Commander

Characters : German Commander

Actor : Wolf Kahler

Suited Man

Characters : Suited Man

Actor : Dominic Kinnaird

Soldier

Characters : Soldier

Actor : Fred Fergus

Soldier

Characters : Soldier

Actor : Freddy Carter

German Soldier

Characters : German Soldier

Actor : Ian Hughes

Weary Captain (Shot)

Characters : Weary Captain (Shot)

Actor : Andrew Byron

Mother

Characters : Mother

Actor : Amber Doyle

German Lieutenant

Characters : German Lieutenant

Actor : Alexander Mercury

Throne Room Amazon

Characters : Throne Room Amazon

Actor : Gana Bayarsaikhan

Throne Room Amazon

Characters : Throne Room Amazon

Actor : Camilla Roholm

Turkish Worker (uncredited)

Characters : Turkish Worker (uncredited)

Actor : Sofia Abbasi

Amazon Warrior (uncredited)

Characters : Amazon Warrior (uncredited)

Actor : Georgina Armstrong

Chateau Dancer (uncredited)

Characters : Chateau Dancer (uncredited)

Actor : Annarie Boor

Jazz Musician (uncredited)

Characters : Jazz Musician (uncredited)

Actor : Harry Brewis

Indian Regiment Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : Indian Regiment Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Bern Collaco

German Officer (uncredited)

Characters : German Officer (uncredited)

Actor : Steve Doyle

Turkish Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : Turkish Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Dino Fazzani

Factory Worker (uncredited)

Characters : Factory Worker (uncredited)

Actor : Flor Ferraco

Orana (uncredited)

Characters : Orana (uncredited)

Actor : Mayling Ng

German Pilot (uncredited)

Characters : German Pilot (uncredited)

Actor : Sternkiker François

Turkish Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : Turkish Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : David Georgiou

Returning Amputee Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : Returning Amputee Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Roman Green

German Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : German Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Shane Griffin

German Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : German Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Steve Healey

German Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : German Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Karl Fredrick Hiemeyer

Upper Class Customer (uncredited)

Characters : Upper Class Customer (uncredited)

Actor : Kornelia Horvath

Cafe Owner (uncredited)

Characters : Cafe Owner (uncredited)

Actor : Kevin Hudson

British soldier (uncredited)

Characters : British soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Tim Ingall

WWI Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : WWI Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Ben Kelleher

Village Pharmacist (uncredited)

Characters : Village Pharmacist (uncredited)

Actor : John Kinory

Hollywood Walker (uncredited)

Characters : Hollywood Walker (uncredited)

Actor : Dario A. Lee

British Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : British Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Christopher Marsh

Belgium Peasant (uncredited)

Characters : Belgium Peasant (uncredited)

Actor : Lora Moss

Clerk (uncredited)

Characters : Clerk (uncredited)

Actor : James M.L. Muller

Turkish Worker (uncredited)

Characters : Turkish Worker (uncredited)

Actor : Ekran Mustafa

Pub Man (uncredited)

Characters : Pub Man (uncredited)

Actor : Shaun Newnham

German Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : German Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Yves O'Hara

Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Rajeev Pahuja

Turkish Worker (uncredited)

Characters : Turkish Worker (uncredited)

Actor : Jag Patel

Wounded British Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : Wounded British Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Richard Price

Turkish soldier (uncredited)

Characters : Turkish soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Anthony J. Sacco

Worker (uncredited)

Characters : Worker (uncredited)

Actor : Adam Sef

British Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : British Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Mick Slaney

U.S. Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : U.S. Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Zack Snyder

Turkish Worker (uncredited)

Characters : Turkish Worker (uncredited)

Actor : Fran Targ

Pub Bruiser (uncredited)

Characters : Pub Bruiser (uncredited)

Actor : Roy Taylor

German Navy General (uncredited)

Characters : German Navy General (uncredited)

Actor : Roy Martin Thorn

War Office Politician (uncredited)

Characters : War Office Politician (uncredited)

Actor : Phil Tillott

Returning Wounded Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : Returning Wounded Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Matt Townsend

British Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : British Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Ray Whelan

Belgian Butcher (uncredited)

Characters : Belgian Butcher (uncredited)

Actor : Tom Whelehan

Passerby (uncredited)

Characters : Passerby (uncredited)

Actor : Zac Whitehead

German Airplane Mechanic (uncredited)

Characters : German Airplane Mechanic (uncredited)

Actor : Miroslav Zaruba

Scottish Regiment Soldier (uncredited)

Characters : Scottish Regiment Soldier (uncredited)

Actor : Lee Neville

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Gimly

A Review by Gimly

by Gimly

"I'd just like to thank Patty Jenkins for making a DCIThoughtSheWasWithUniverse movie that wasn't fucking garbage. If I'm being completely honest, the two people I went to the cinema to watch _Wonder Woman_ with and I did spend the next two hours after coming out of our screening discussing the various problems with the movie, but we also all agreed on one thing: We still loved it. Maybe it's just the rose-coloured glasses of comparison, but I had an excellent time with _Wonder Woman_, and I'm excited to go back to the cinema and watch it, at least one more time. It's the first time I've said that about a DC movie since _The Dark Knight Rises_. _Final rating:★★★½ - I strongly recommend you make the time._"

Movie Queen41

A Review by Movie Queen41

by Movie Queen41

"**The First Great DCEU Film** This film is the origin story of Diana Prince/Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), who was first introduced in Batman v. Superman last year. She is born and trained on Themyscira, the hidden island where the powerful warrior women known as the Amazons live. One day, Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), an American World War I spy, crashes off the coast of Themyscira and is rescued by Diana and the two team up to take down Ares, the God of War, and the Germans, who are developing a very deadly form of mustard gas. There are fantastic action sequences in this film, especially by Gal Gadot. It's amazing to see her single-handedly storm the German front, inspiring the Allies to fight with her. Gadot takes over from the legendary Linda Carter and makes the role her own. She has great chemistry with Pine. They are complete equals in this film. It's refreshing to see the female lead in a superhero film not be the love interest. The only negative part of the film are the lackluster villains. Hopefully, Wonder Woman will have more formidable foes in future films."

in_the_crease

A Review by in_the_crease

by in_the_crease

"**DC Hits A...Bunt. But compared to the strikeouts, a bunt seems impressive.** Wonder Woman had some things working for it--things other comic book movies have faltered on. But it had a lot of things not working for it too. The result is an average median between what works and what doesn't. While the film is spectacular within the struggling DCEU, as a stand alone film it's mediocre at best. Diana's origin story--how she came to be and how she came to be a super hero was refreshing. It showcased the world of the Amazon warriors. It was unique in the often cookie-cutter super hero origin stories. Patty Jenkins did a good job of framing it, but I think the character's origin story dating back to the comics has always been unique in comparison to other super heroes. The result is that the first third or so of the movie is satisfying--despite dull performances from Gal Gadot and Chris Pine (who had zero chemistry as a couple). But once we leave the confines of the island and enter the real world, the movie becomes hit or miss. WWI (that's right, WWI now, not WWII. The reason for the change in setting is never apparent) London is portrayed in a way that is almost a distraction. Yes, the world isn't white washed; diversity is a thing--a wonderful thing at that. But DC's version of Captain America's Howling Commandos consist of an Arab and an American Indian. Diversity for diversity's sake becomes distracting--especially when paired with a low-rent Simon Pegg whose soul function is being a deadly sniper who never fires his weapon (that's helpful on a top-secret mission behind enemy lines). It's almost as if the movie telegraphs all of these unnecessary plot hiccups to remind you that this is a super hero film, and no matter how much the mortal humans fail, it will all be okay because the super hero will save the day. The dialogue can be clichéd at times, and the final theme of the movie--one of love conquering all and the acknowledgement that, overall, mankind is good, is laughable in it's amateur preachiness. But what the film lacks in substance and script, it makes up for in the visuals. I found the action sequences to be great fun. Heavily stylized "Matrix-style" fight scenes seem right at home in a film about super hero Gods. The freeze frames worked too--as fight sequences froze in over-the-top super hero poses that harkened back to the source material's comic book roots. The final confrontation between Wonder Woman and Ares--while dragging on a little long--was well done, being one of the few super hero movie climaxes that delivered. While aspects of the movie were so similar (Hell! Identical!) to Captain America: The First Avenger, I actually felt embarrassed for the filmmakers, I did come away thinking this was the movie Captain America should have been. It succeeded in places where Captain America failed miserably. The movie is entertainment--pure, fun, pop-corn-gobbling entertainment. In that realm, it succeeds and succeeds well. But as a piece of cinematic art, it falls flat on its face with too many plot holes, script inconsistencies, clichés and mediocre acting. Wonder Woman will be an important movie for both the DCEU and the summer of 2017. But it lacks the magic and staying power of Nolan and Donner's contributions to DC comics' films."

Law

A Review by Law

by Law

"I like the portrayal of the Greek/Amazonian myth; the part where Chris Pine is naked; the part where Wonder Woman overturns the tank; and the post-battle dance scene with her and Steve Trevor, and that's it. This could be mistaken for a mediocre, melodramatic, cheesy TV movie. Visually, it's less interesting than any of the other nu-DC fare; I never thought I'd miss Zach Snyder's sensibility but I did in this flick. Storywise, it may be a step up from the rest of the DCEU, but it still barely rivals the worst of the Marvel movies. Gal Gadot can't act, and Chris Pine couldn't make the clunky dialogue sound not ridiculous. Wonder Woman is tolerable. That's more than can be said for the other nu-DC movies but it's not a compliment."

Per Gunnar Jonsson

A Review by Per Gunnar Jonsson

by Per Gunnar Jonsson

"I quite enjoyed this movie. When I learned that Zack Snyder had his fingers in it I got a worried since he recently wrote such atrocities as Batman vs Superman and sure enough the story is a really the weakest part of the movie. A typical nonsensical, unintelligent, Hollywood story/script were you are better off putting your brain in idle when watching it. However it makes up for this with cool special effects and, surprisingly, quite enjoyable characters. This is definitely a movie that you watch for the sake of the special effects. Well, if you are a male teenager you might also be watching it to drool over Gal Gadot of course (I have to admit that she is hot). There is not too much to say about the plot. Our Amazon hot chick discovers that there is a war going on and goes out to stop it. Since she has been overly protected by her guardian she is amazingly clueless about life outside of her little island. Especially aspects involving men. Something which creates some funny moments as well as some embarrassingly silly ones. This, Diana’s gradual evolution where she not only is learning about life but also discovers her considerable powers, is one of the enjoyable aspects of the movie though. It is of course also one of the dummer aspects of the movie. How the f… could the Amazon Queen race Diana to be so ignorant about everything? Another not so enjoyable part of the movie is the ludicrous scenes where the britts are trying to obtain peace at all costs as well as the stereotypical portrayal of Ludendorff as some megalomaniacal, half crazy war-mongerer. This was just dumb. I guess Zac Snyder just picked the name out of some history book without bothering to read up on the character. Typical lack of intelligence and respect, a la Hollywood, for anything outside of their, very limited, sphere of knowledge. Well, at least Danny Huston did a pretty decent job of the shitty role he was given. So did most of the rest of actors. I definitely liked Gal Gadot as Super Woman but then, although I am not a teenager, I am still a male so maybe I am biased when it comes to her? I definitely liked the special effects. The showdown at the end was great as far as I am concerned and the rest not bad either. They could have been even better though if it would not have been so obvious that the Germans where mostly incompetent extras waiting for Wonder Woman to show off her gymnastics and slow motion abilities. Come on, even superhero special effects should make some pretense of being “realistic” superhero special effects. The movie is definitely aimed at the young adult segment. Unfortunately it do not seem to know what it is aiming for. Sometimes it is almost adult, sometimes it is late teen and sometimes just so bloody TV-show silly that you’re wondering if it is aiming for even pre-teens. Anyway, regardless of its faults I did enjoy my 2+ hour spent on this movie. Enough to give it a 4 out of 5 rating"

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