Discussion pulled from the PRSI WW and the Community Movie thread. Only mild spoilers in this post. It's subjective, but from my perspective, I liked WW's back story, and I loved Gal Godat in this role. I also thought most of the fight sequences except at the end were well done. However, Chris Pine's performance was so so. It's possible he has not much depth beyond being an action star. But the visual settings and story telling were pretty dismal (for my tastes). I realize there was an artistic choice to make the world including London, during WWI to be ugly. The CGI in many aspects was almost felt like a throwback to the stylized CGI of earlier movies from at least a decade ago. The depiction of the front seemed small, the village where WW decides to help, isolated and chopped up. It felt more like watching a stage play than the continuity of a movie, lacking the grand scope that I would prefer. It was like watching a battle of thousands, turned into a fight involving a dozen. I did not care for the cinematography, the atmosphere, septia filters, visual atmospheric conditions, and the depiction of the Germans, who seemed shallow and one dimensional. This extends to the German setting, the German threat or the depiction and threat to the disruption the armistice. The climatic fight seemed somewhat dissatisfying. But despite all this, I find myself wanting to see this movie, just to see this Wonder Woman again. --- Post Merged, Jun 6, 2017 --- Inspired from the PRSI thread: Gal Gadot was 5 months pregnant during shooting of 'Wonder Woman' According to Entertainment Weekly, Gadot was five months pregnant when she returned to London's Leavesden Studios to film an additional scene, and the costume department had to cut a section out of the front of her costume and replace it with green cloth so her figure could be altered in postproduction. "On close-up I looked very much like Wonder Woman," Gadot said. "On wide shots I looked very funny, like Wonder Woman pregnant with Kermit the Frog."