WonderWoman Why It Was So Awesome 10 Reasons

by | Jun 6, 2017 | Blog | 0 comments

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  1. I wanted to be her when I was a child. She is the only women superhero I remember as a child. I loved Lynda Carter.
  2. She was a bad ass, in a good way. I was in the theatre saying ” Go Girl”. Running though flying bullets and they were bouncing off  her brackets.
  3. It proves that love conquers all. Yes, I am a hopeless romantic.
  4. I love the boldness, but beauty of  her character. It proves that women can be strong, and beautiful at the same time.
  5. It was funny, Diana innocent and nativity  of the “real world” was hilarious and also cute.
  6. It gave me a reason to  wear my wonder women running outfit the weekend of the opening. FullSizeRender-18
  7. It was awesome to see a women lead character in a major motion picture. Marvel actually trump DC movies to me. Marvel needs to take notes on this one. They need a movie with a powerful women lead character
  8. In the end the good guys win, although there maybe some losses along the way
  9. If something is worth fighting for, it is worth dying for. Steve gave his life for something greater than himself.
  10. While one should always listen and respect their parents, sometimes one has to go against their wishes in order to find one’s life purpose. Diana was destined to be a god killer. In order to fulfill her purpose she has to go against her mother’s wishes.

I love movies especially the ones that I can mirror with life. I felt like an empowered, strong, beautiful woman when I left the movie. It affirmed what I already know. However I will not go running through bullets with brackets and a shield 🙂

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