A spectacular and surprisingly intimate look at the characters that usually lurk in the background combines to form an excellent addition to the growing franchise.
A fun but basic monster movie, where the kaiju have more personality than the humans.
Diana is actually well written and Nathan Fillion is great as ever, but ultimately Wonder Woman fails to justify its plot in any meaningful way.
Fantastic, brilliant beasts and an epic return to a wonderfully detailed, intriguing fantasy world.
Diversity done, if not right, then certainly better than required in an entertaining, action-packed retelling elevated by an excellent cast.
A fun fantasy that builds on the best parts of its prequel but never really breaks out of its shadow. Had they been made the other way around, this would be the superior film. As it is, it's just about good enough.
Truly an awful, awful, awful movie. Next time, just let the aliens kill everyone – it'll be much less painful.
Funny enough. If you like Key & Peele it might be worth a look but you're not missing much if you don't.
Nope. Terrible. Awful. Imbecilic. Nuking the god damn White House would actually be more believable than this plotline. And much more effective!
The greatest rock-infused-jousting-medieval-meta-analysis-of-class-structure movie ever made, with one of my all-time favourite casts. I'm a fan. Can you tell?
A feature-filled smorgasbord of Batman plotlines, executed solidly, albeit not as thoughtfully as Part I. Worth a watch.
Beautifully animated, scripted and developed synopsis of who Batman, Gordon and, indeed, Gotham actually are. A fantastic retread of the character, with Bryan Cranston to boot!