The Critic Loves Wonder Woman.

Wonder Woman, one of the most anticipated films of the DC; most people thought of it as what would make it or break it for the DCEU; has received positive reviews before it’s wide release across the world.

The release of Wonder Woman marks more than just another entry in this year’s round of summer blockbuster releases. Wonder Woman is the first film with a big budget with a female lead and female director, and it’s highly approved by the critics (Elektra and Catwoman came before it, but no one wants to think about them, having little success).

According to Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a 96% of approval, with 53 reviews considering it “fresh” and only two “rotten”.

The critics consensus is that the movie is thrilling, earnest, and buoyed by Gal Gadot’s charismatic performance, succeeding in spectacular fashion.

Forbes even calls it DC Comics’ Best Film Since ‘The Dark Knight’.

If you want to see what the critics have to say about this film click here.

This is good news for Warner Bros. and DC, because it seems like their Extended Universe has a light of hope in its future with Wonder Woman proving that the DCEU can produce critically accepted and even acclaimed movies and that a big-budget female-directed superhero movie is not box office poison. Something more studios should know.

What do you think about these reviews? Are you excited about Wonder Woman? Let us know in the comments what your opinion is of this news.

We invite you to check our review for Wonder Woman by @britany_murphs

The movie lands in theatres this Friday, June 2nd.

Source: Rotten Tomatoes and Salon

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