Wonder Woman 1984 Full Movie Download is an American superhero movie based on the DC Comics character Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman 1984 movie is directed by Patty Jenkins based on a story by Johns and Jenkins. WW84 Wonder Woman 1984 premiered on December 15, 2020, via the DC FanDome platform.
Wonder Woman 1984 full movie in English audio was available to stream on HBO Max. But Worldwide theatrical release starts on December 16, 2020 for Wonder Woman 1984 in Hindi and Tamil Audio. Gal Gadot presented as Diana Prince / Wonder Woman, alongside Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal, Robin Wright, and Connie Nielsen.
Wonder Woman 1984 Full Movie Download in Hindi
In Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) Film during the Cold War, the film follows Diana and her past love Steve Trevor as they face off against Max Lord and Cheetah. WW84 Movie Cinematography is done by Matthew Jensen, Produced by DC Films, Atlas Entertainment, The Stone Quarry and Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.
Wonder Woman 1984 Full Movie Download in Hindi
Movie Title: Wonder Woman 1984
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Language: English, Hindi, Tamil
Director: Patty Jenkins
Cast: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig
IMDB Ratings: 5.7/10
Movie Quality: 360p | 480p | 720p Full HD | Blu ray | HEVC 10-bIt
Plot: Decades after she defeated Ares amidst the First World War, Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) strives to lead an everyday existence as the Cold War sets the United States on edge. Diana indulges in the modern amenities of the mid-1980s yet continues to mourn for her lost love, Steve Trevor (Chris Pine).
Yet when two new enemies, media mogul Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal) and Diana’s former friend Barbara Ann Minerva (Kristen Wiig) threaten to upset the balance of the world, it is up to Diana to restore peace. Directed by Patty Jenkins. Robin Wright and Connie Nielsen co-star.
Wonder Woman 1984 Cast
|Gal Gadot||Diana Prince / Wonder Woman|
|Chris Pine||Steve Trevor|
|Kristen Wiig||Barbara Minerva / Cheetah|
|Pedro Pascal||Maxwell “Max” Lord” Lorenzano|
|Robin Wright||Antiope / General of the Amazon army|
|Connie Nielsen||Hippolyta / The queen of Themyscira|
Wonder Woman 1984 Movie Review
Gal Gadot reprises her role as the leading female superhero from the DC universe in Wonder Woman 1984. This time, returning director Patty Jenkins also takes on screenwriting duties with Geoff Johns and Dave Callaham, in a story she conceived with Johns. Through it, their love of the genre, and the 1980s, clearly comes through.
Diana Prince now works at the Smithsonian Institution in antiquities, leading an otherwise secluded life as she still suffers from the loss of Steve Trevor (Chris Pine). When new employee Barbara Minerva (Kristen Wiig) receives a shipment of stolen antiquities to catalog, Diana volunteers to help. Impressed with her new friend, Barbara wishes she could be just like her.
Unknowingly, one of the artifacts grants that desire but is subsequently borrowed by smooth-talking con man Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal) with his own plans for the powerful artifact. Diana must stop them while coming to terms with both the fact that her own wish has been granted and that the wish brings consequences.
Jenkins, Johns, and Callaham are clearly familiar with everything the 1980s stood for: video games, aerobics, excess, and the hunger for more. This theme is woven throughout the story in a manner that is sometimes subtle, and at other times, it’s very much in the viewers’ faces.
This may be the intent since that fits with the decade, but it also makes the tale somewhat predictable and very much a comic book brought to life. With previous entries, this has worked, but for Wonder Woman 1984, it occasionally falls flat.
Gadot is comfortable in her role by now, to the point that she is almost inseparable while playing the character. Pine is a joy as the revived Steve Trevor, gazing in childlike wonder at all the changes from his world nearly 70 years before. This, as much as anything, speaks of the excess throughout the film, and in a good way.
Wiig is very two-dimensional as Barbara. This seems more an effect of the script than her performance, which meets the needs of a forgotten geek who wants more and suddenly discovers she has it. Pascal is the epitome of the 1980s real estate scheme con man, oozing into every room he enters as though sliding on the grease such men load their hair with. He plays it with all the charm of a disgraced televangelist.
The music in the film keeps the action moving and goes a long way to assist the CGI. It does so by distracting from a few moments when the effects are not up to the standard that fans expect. There are not many of these, and that makes them all the more obvious.
Wonder Woman 1984 is not as impressive as the first entry. It is flashy, loud, excessive, and very much a comic book, like the decade in which it takes place. But it is loads of fun, especially if you don’t mind a small step backward in quality for the good of both a social statement on excess and some closure so Diana can step forward.
Wonder Woman 1984 Movie Critic
WW84 was praised for its “escapist qualities” and Jenkins’ take on the 1980s, but many commentators found it “overindulgent or cliché”. On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, 63% of 325 critics gave the film a positive review, with an average rating of 6.20/10.
The site’s critical consensus reads, “Wonder Woman 1984 struggles with sequel overload, but still offers enough vibrant escapism to satisfy fans of the franchise and its classic central character. According to Metacritic, which assigned the film a weighted average score of 59 out of 100 based on 55 critics, the film received “mixed or average reviews”.
Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of “B+” on an A+ to F scale (lower than the “A” received by its predecessor), while PostTrak reported 78% of those gave the film a positive score, with 67% saying they would definitely recommend it.
Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle praised Gadot, saying, “Her performance here has dignity and earned emotion” and called her the best thing about the film and “She was the best thing in the first installment, too, but that was an excellent movie. This one isn’t.” LaSalle concludes “Often, it’s a beautiful-looking film — but it’s beauty without substance.
Wonder Woman 1984 Box Office
Till December 27, 2020, Wonder Woman 1984 has grossed $16.7 million in the United States and Canada, and $68.7 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $85.4 million. Internationally, the film was expected to debut to around $60 million from 32 countries.
In its second weekend of international release, the film made $19.4 million from 40 countries. Its largest markets were Australia ($4.5 million) and Japan ($2.5 million), while China’s running total reached $23.9 million.
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