Despite the fact that it's about seven and a half hours too long, Wonder Woman convinced me that Gal Gadot is too good for this world. We truly do not deserve her.
In my previous review. I misrepresented the film by saying there wasn't an ounce of substance. Upon a rewatch, I can't stand by that statement, seeing as how the film's treatment of loyalty and civility (an lack thereof) in the face of total mayhem is a kind of thematic goldmine. Despite being one of the loudest movies I've seen in quite some time, the film's engagement with meaning is surprisingly subtle and nuanced. Look for it and its there.