Which Wonder Woman Character Are You? Wonder Woman Quiz

<span class="author-by">by</span> Samantha <span class="author-surname">Stratton</span>

by Samantha Stratton

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Diana (Gal Gadot) and Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) are trying until Wonder Woman’s final act to stop the Germans from releasing a dreadful chemical weapon on the planet. Trevor believes that halting General Ludendorff (Danny Huston) is a critical element to prevent this disaster, but he’s not the only cog dealing with it. On the other hand, her whole life has been taught that the fight between good and evil is equivalent to the fight between man and Ares. Ares, the God of War, handles people to accomplish his job and makes them cruelly destroy each other. She believes fervently that General Ludendorff and Ares are one and will bring peace to the globe if they defeat him.

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Diana soon realizes that one man’s destruction doesn’t bring world peace. The fight doesn’t stop until she sends Lunderdorff. Diana discovers that her identity is a true secret, the sword is not the “god murderer”. But she has the potential to overthrow Ares herself. If you did not guess it earlier, in the final moments the reveals come quickly and heavily.

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Diana saw first-hand that one might cruelly destroy another. In the midst of the fighting, they can assassinate without thinking and dump chemical weapons on each other carelessly. Wonder Woman and Ares face the titanic conflict of whether humanity is worth preserving. Also, you will find out which Wonder Woman character are you in this quiz.

Maxwell is an entrepreneur who desires Dreamstone, the MacGuffin movie, which starts the central battle in the movie. It’s the dream stone that brings Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) back into the life of Diana. It gives wishes but takes something crucial back. With Diana coming back, Steve disappears from her capabilities. Minerva may be strong, but she’s a pure rage now.

Eventually, Maxwell acquires the Dreamstone and begins to give himself desires. He is also an influential man, but he gets old and starts to die. He rejects that by sucking other people’s life force. As she too enjoys her new talents and doesn’t want Diana to hurt Maxwell, Barbara and Maxwell band together.

Diana dollars the Golden Eagle armor (more later), and defies Cheetah, the famous Amazonian warrior Asteria. Then Diana faces Maxwell, who uses a completely new broadcast method to satisfy everybody’s wants. He is mistakenly handing more nuclear weapons to the USA and threatening a nuclear apocalypse (perhaps the only relevance of the Cold War setting). Diana uses the truth lasso to persuade everyone throughout the universe to abandon her goals and to reverse the damages wrought by Maxwell. Barbara’s power fades too.

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Regrettably, the film does not fully live in the distinctive, feminist goals offered at the outset. Ares looks to be a rather intelligent take on the God of War when he was ultimately introduced in the very end. He does not try to terminate the world so much as to create the new by influencing humanity’s darkest qualities. But eventually, the tale becomes a much more traditional film than it used to be.

The third act shows the restrictions of belonging to a vast cinematic universe. It seems like the closing 30 minutes of a movie that tried to produce the flaming. Bombastic kind of ending to which too many superheroes are working are being directed. The approach of the third act to the true genesis of Diana causes a noticeable divide between his sincere, feminist goals and the wishes of a company that frequently fails to comprehend why people first of all are attracted to this persona. But, like Diana’s last scene with Steve, there are enough moving touches to keep the final from weighting the entire film.

“Wonder Woman” is gorgeous, kindhearted, and booming in ways that make me anxious to see her again in spite of her defects. Jenkins and her colleagues did what I previously felt could not be done: crafted an inspirational and caring movie Wonder Woman in ways to honor that which made this character an image.

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