I love that it was directed by a woman, love that it had women in other production leadership roles. I knew within five minutes, however, that it had been written by a bunch of men. And it must have been a man who thought Gal Gadot was a good choice. It's even a running gag in the movie that every man she encounters must stop in his tracks and comment on her "distracting" appearance. Her appearance is indeed distracting — it distracts you from the plot holes, scant female character development, and the embarrassing accents that weigh down Connie Nielsen and Robin Wright.