I think the plot was kind of typical and predictable but the journey from point A to point B was incredibly enjoyable. Filled with both comedic and heartfelt moments, It was a very satisfying experience story wise. I think a big reason why is because of the serious chemistry between the leads Gadot and Pine. The best moments of the movie involved the two of them - A highlight would definitely be the best scene of film which features the two leads traveling by boat. It's an improvised scene and shows the genuine chemistry that the two have together and it got a huge laugh in the theater when it happened.
I also loved the journey of Diana as a character. It's clear from the beginning that she is an intelligent and strong woman, She doesn't follow the typical troupe of "Hero from a strange land not use to how the real world works". She is actually quite disgusted with how people are treated and doesn't understand how humans can treat each other like that. I think the big take away from her character development is that every other character doesn't really get the same love. Pine gets a good story arc but the other side characters are really just that - side characters. We are given a little backstory on them but they aren't major players, They're just along for the ride.
The villains were enjoyable enough in this movie but it was easy to tell from the jump that there was a real mastermind behind it all that was pulling the strings. It was no surprise when the twist came because everyone was expecting it. Also, I am a bit disappointed that David Thewlis wasn't given more screen time. He's such a great actor and I felt his presence was kind of wasted as he really only appeared at the climax of the film. And speaking of the ending, It was kind of anti-climactic. We all knew what was gonna happen in the end, It was kind of predictable and I don't think it wow'd anyone else in the theater.
I do wanna tip my hat off the director of this film Patty Jenkins. She truly brought this film to life and made a huge hit not just for the DCEU but for women everywhere. You have a talented female director leading the first big female lead blockbuster that just so happens to be a superhero film, Which is a genre entirely dominated by men. Wonder Woman, I feel, is gonna be the template for every female lead superhero film that comes out. But enough of my rambling, What do you guys think?