Wonder Woman 1984 Is Finally Out, So Here's Your Spoiler Discussion Zone!

Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) swings past the Chess King in Wonder Woman 1984.
Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) swings past the Chess King in Wonder Woman 1984.
Photo: Clay Enos/Warner Bros.

Sorry, Santa who? Today is all about the arrival of Wonder Woman, whose latest adventure hits HBO Max in the form of the much-anticipated Wonder Woman 1984. Early word from critics has been fairly positive, but a movie like this will really succeed based on what the fans think. So let’s discuss!

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Obviously, the comments below will contain spoilers galore (that’s why this post is clearly marked as containing spoilers, but we just wanted to underline that just in case). Our review is spoiler-free, so you can read that without any fear:

But if you have not yet watched Wonder Woman 1984, get thee to HBO Max before you read any of the comments. After that, and only after that, please join the discussion by sharing what you liked and disliked (and any other observations!) about Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot’s totally 1980s return to the DC Universe.

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See? We warned you! SPOILERS! Here’s one more photo to put even more space between this line and the danger zone.

Kristen Wiig as as Barbara Minerva, noted streetwalking cheetah with a heart full of napalm, in Wonder Woman 1984.
Kristen Wiig as as Barbara Minerva, noted streetwalking cheetah with a heart full of napalm, in Wonder Woman 1984.
Photo: Clay Enos/DC Comics/Warner Bros.
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MajesticEagleWarrior

Kristen Wiig’s villain is the trope in almost everyone of these Super Hero movies. The outcast or nerd that wants to get revenge on society.