Everything Wrong With 'Wonder Woman' According to Cinema Sins

Wonder Woman was the most successful DC Extended Universe film thus far earning both fan and critical praise but that doesn't mean the film was without flaw. Now, Cinema Sins has weighed in on everything wrong with the superhero film.

Cinema Sins has released their "Everything Wrong with Wonder Woman in 14 Minutes or Less" take on the film, pointing out 99 instances they feel are issues with the movie. You can check out the whole video above.

While some of the critiques are things that others such as Honest Trailers have covered before -- specifically picking apart how Diana (Gal Gadot) is supposedly very well-educated but also naive to almost the point of silliness -- there are a few surprises on the list. Cinema Sins cite poor CGI when audiences first see Themiscyra and the random age jumps during Diana's backstory among other things, but also point out some things they consider to be "sins" that may also have just been choices made for simplicity -- such as not having Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) speak German when interacting with the German characters in the film.

However, even with some of the more nitpicky issues Cinema Sins takes with the film, there are a few pretty hilarious zingers as well. The video points out that Diana's ship somehow sails itself to England and jokingly asks if it's the first Tesla as well as refers to Pine's character as "Steve-Not-Rogers" in a hilarious nod to the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Captain America, Steve Rogers who himself is played by a "Hollywood Chris," Chris Evans.

In the end Cinema Sins seems to recognize that while no film is perfect, it's worth seeing Wonder Woman show up again. They sentence Wonder Woman to a term of joining the Justice League, something fans will get to see the Amazon warrior do this week. Early feedback about the superhero team up film has been largely positive, despite the early leak of Justice League’s Rotten Tomatoes score.

Fans will next see Wonder Woman when she teams up with Batman, Aquaman, Cyborg, and The Flash in Justice League, hitting theaters November 17, 2017.

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