— Jim Vejvoda (@JimVejvoda) December 5, 2020
I was fortunate enough to be able to screen Wonder Woman 1984 for the first time (finally!). I loved it. The first Wonder Woman is my favorite in modern DC film. # WW84 Tell Diana Prince a very human and very beautiful story and make all the wise next steps. pic.twitter.com/vzr2mZXIKg
— Terri Schwartz (@Terri_Schwartz) December 5, 2020
Amy Ratcliff shared the same feelings about the film, and German Lucier also called it “ambitious” and “incredibly exciting.”
I started watching Wonder Woman 1984 yesterday, and … to be honest, that’s what I needed. What we all need. It’s uplifting, hopeful, and very completely Wonder Woman. A beautiful movie with an inspirational theme. # WW84
— Amy Ratcliffe (@amy_geek) December 5, 2020
I saw Wonder Woman 1984 at home yesterday and that was enough. This movie is very ambitious, incredibly exciting and full of many necessary hopes. It’s also very long and sometimes flawed, but it reminded me how great a blockbuster can make you feel. pic.twitter.com/6rYbHEzI7E
— Germain Lussier (@GermainLussier) December 5, 2020
Explanation of the relationship between Maxwell Lord and Wonder Woman
Fandom’s Eric Goldman, Cinema Blend’s Eric Eisenberg, and Gamespot’s Mike Rougeau also felt like movie messages, and exciting heroes felt like the shining light of these turbulent times.
I saw it # WonderWoman1984 And it’s really strong. There are some powerful and wonderful moments in it, and finally, thanks to its message and exciting heroes, it’s a movie that works very well, especially in the turbulent times when it begins. pic.twitter.com/slxij3DS5Y
— Eric Goldman (@TheEricGoldman) December 5, 2020
Huge news: Wonder Woman 1984 is amazing! The story is great and has a timely message. It’s packed with a lot of surprises. Great work is done on both Cheetah and Max Road (both Wig and Pascal are great). It’s real, so it’s hyped. # WonderWoman1984 # WW1984 pic.twitter.com/9UQLyxn3gx
— Eric Eisenberg (@eeisenberg) December 5, 2020
I saw it @WonderWomanFilm And now you can share some thoughts!
It’s an absolutely fun and amazing movie. It made me feel things (a rare feat these days). Chris Pine’s return is successful and makes sense. The gal is of course a goddess. # WW84
— Mike Rougeau (@RogueCheddar) December 5, 2020
please do not worry, More The following bright statement. Of course, these are not official reviews, but just snapshots of the enthusiastic early screening reaction.
Wonder Woman 1984 is a fun, thrilling and engaging sequel that allows you to connect to the first thing that worked, but it’s still unique. Emotional, cheerful, inspiring, and probably better than the first one. @WonderWomanFilm pic.twitter.com/dvsu6fpJRX
— JoBlo.com (@joblocom) December 5, 2020
Immediately share non-spoiler ideas. pic.twitter.com/FJv2FSObsm
— Luke Bug “Steel Nerd” (@thegeekofsteel) December 5, 2020
# WonderWoman1984 Absolutely incredible. It shows that superheroes can be flawed, vulnerable, fierce, and affectionate. Gal and Patty have created a beautiful movie with conspiracy and hope. # WW84 pic.twitter.com/TAnb980L4x
— John Nguyen (@ JohnSpartan300) December 5, 2020
I am very happy to report it # WW84 It’s an absolute explosion from start to finish. An extraordinary compliment to the first movie, it is full of heart, hope, love, action, romance and humor. @PattyJenks, @ Gal Gadot & Team provided one of the best sequels to DC. When it was over, I was in tears. pic.twitter.com/ivPkBFmehd
— Eric Davis (@ErikDavis) December 5, 2020
I saw it # WonderWoman1984!!@PattyJenks I made movies of the 80’s in literally every way, making them very unique today. It both feels bigger than the first World War I and is more contained at the same time.
— BD (@BrandonDavisBD) December 5, 2020
I was lucky to see # WW84 Recently. Get excited about your Christmas gifts! That’s all I say!
— Color geek (@TheNerdsofColor) December 5, 2020
Starring Gal Gadot, WW84 features the return of Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor, and Diana in the 1980s confronts Kirsten Wig’s cheetah and Pedro Pascal’s Maxwell Lord.