Wonder Woman 1984: Finally, a 2020 blockbuster with wonderful appeal

Patty Jenkins’s sequel is boldly feminist, uncompromising and all the more exhilarating for being shown on the big screen

20th December, 2020
Wonder Woman 1984: Finally, a 2020 blockbuster with wonderful appeal
Gal Gadot radiates a classical heroism in Wonder Woman 1984

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Wonder Woman 1984

Directed by Patty Jenkins

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