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Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)

Wonder Woman comes into conflict with the Soviet Union during the Cold War in the 1980s and finds a formidable foe by the name of the Cheetah.

Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)

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Released Year: 2020
Runtime: 151 minutes
Directors: Patty Jenkins
Casts: Jessie Graff, Jimmy Burke, Connie Nielsen, Robin Wright, Kristen Wiig, Gabriella Wilde, Constantine Gregory, Lucy Davis, Saïd Taghmaoui, Gal Gadot, Pedro Pascal, Colin Stinton, Ewen Bremner, Sam Sheridan, Patrick Lyster, Chris Pine, Kelvin Yu, Peter Brooke, Philip Philmar, Oliver Cotton, Rick Kain, Michael Gabel, Kenneth Jay, Ravi Patel, Lynda Carter, Bruce McKinnon, Doutzen Kroes, Amr Waked, Rhonda Overby, Victoria Broom, Tracy Tobin, Akie Kotabe, Mish Boyko, Aykut Hilmi, Kristoffer Polaha, Bern Collaco, Asim Chaudhry, Stuart Milligan, Shane Attwooll, Andy Cheung, Wai Wong, Matt Costello, Zaydun Khalaf, Belinda Mayne, Ed Birch, Eugene Brave Rock, Lilly Aspell, Hayley Warnes, Hari James, Betty Adewole, Camilla Roholm, Wendy Albiston, Vincent Jerome, Kosha Engler, Natasha Rothwell, Thomas Clay Strickland, Oakley Bull, Al Clark, Lucian Perez, Chi-Lin Nim, David Al-Fahmi, Kevin Wallace, Bronte Lavine, Briony Scarlett, Jade Johnson, Miranda Chambers, Moe Sasegbon, Gwendolyn Osborne-Smith, Lyon Beckwith, Ryan Watson, Brandon Thane Wilson, Andy Riddle, Rey Rey Terry, Tina Edwards, Bill Debrason, Vickie Warehime, Mike D. Anderson, Christopher Crutchfield Walker, Gina Grinkemeyer, Cassandra Newman, Valerie Leonard, Susan Smythe, Bob Cusack, John Bucy, Patrick Gover, Mitch Holson, Ashley Gladden, Spencer Trinwith, Parker Damm, Caroline Coleman, Summer Snead, Tori Beverly, Raquel Merediz, Vince Eisenson, Danny Morgan, Tessa Bonham Jones, Mensah Bediako, Russell Barnett, Jarren Dalmeda, Jasmine Clark, Jonathan Ajayi, Tomos Vaughan-Williams, Avi Rothman, Orlando James, Nerea Palacios, Altahay Ramos Martín, Joanne Henry, Paul Boyd, Jasmine Hyde, Paul McQuaid, Gabriel Constantin, Alex Delescu, Michael Poole, Joe Palka, Jean H. Miller, Mike Sengelow, Paul Connaughton, Lambro Demetriou, Jonny Barry, Luis Torrecilla, Sarah Barlondo, Evan Bittner, Archie L. Harris Jr., Stephanie Waters, Michael Kaurene, Orlando Gonzalez, Dan De Luca, Ahmed Hussien, Tony Zarouel, Naithan Ariane, Joel Morris, Michael Salami, Asa Sheridan, Alma Varsano, Maya Varsano, Jaron Varsano, Tilly Winford, Hamza Siddique, Katharine Pickering, Karis McCabe, Saskia Neville, Jenny Pacey, Mikayla-Jade Barber, Candice Carbine, Donna Forbes, Chantal Nell, Chuck Taber


Wonder Woman comes into conflict with the Soviet Union during the Cold War in the 1980s and finds a formidable foe by the name of the Cheetah.



Chicago Sun-Times - Richard Roeper
To be sure, we get a classic comic book movie storyline about a megalomaniacal madman intent on taking over the world, but there’s often a relatively light tone to the proceedings. This is a throwback piece of pure pop entertainment.
IGN - Unnamed
Wonder Woman 1984 is a bright and hopeful adventure that pays loving homage to the superhero movies of yesteryear.
Slashfilm - Hoai-Tran Bui
If there ever was a role that played perfectly to Pascal’s natural charisma, it’s Maxwell Lord.
Screen Rant - Molly Freeman
Wonder Woman 1984 is filled with hope, love and optimism, offering impressively cinematic superhero action with beautifully sentimental heart.
Empire - Unnamed
A vibrant and virtuous adventure packed with all the heart and heroism we’ve come to expect from DC’s shining light. Wonder Woman 1984 really is the hero 2020 needed all along.

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