- Formato: PAL
- Audio: Inglés
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: Desconocido
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación española (ICAA): Apta para todos los públicos
- Estudio: Warner Bros. Entertainment
- Fecha de lanzamiento: 26 mayo 2009
- Valoración media de los clientes: 3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (3 opiniones de clientes)
- ASIN: B0053CAHK8
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº13.581 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
Wonder Woman (La Mujer Maravilla) [DVD]
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Título Original: Wonder Woman
Director: Lauren Montgomery
Actores: Keri Russell, Rosario Dawson, Nathan Fillion, Virginia Madsen, Alfred Molina
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Duración: 71:00 minutos
En la mítica isla de Themyscira; una orgullosa y fuerte rza de mujeres amazonas vive en una utópica civilización protegida de la corrupción del hombre. Pero una traición dentro de la hermandad de las amazonas provoca la fuga de Ares, el Dios de la Guerra y la Princesa amazona Dina debe capturarle antes de que desate un caos global de destrucción. Con la ayuda del arrogante piloto Steve Trevor, Diana conduce a Ares a los Estados Unidos, donde librarán una batalla que la humanidad no ha visto nunca antes. Un magífi co reparto de actores ? Keri Russell, Nathan Fillion, Alfred Molina, Virgina Madsen, Oliver Platt, Rosario Dawson y David McCallum ? ponen sus voces en la versión original e infunden fuerza y pasión a esta historia épia de una princesa que se convirtió en la Mayor Super Heroína del Mundo.
Comentario de audio, Documental, Otros
Estuche: Amaray Case
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Now this doesn't mean I have some issues with the story. Steve Trevor is a bit of a sexist pig but one scene with him involving the source of his cockiness will give you a chuckle. Another problem is that once Diana meets Etta Candy, they immediately dislike each other whereas in the comics, Etta has been Diana's most trusted companion for years. It's also a shame that WW doesn't interact with more women in Patriarch's world. By the end of the movie (SPOILER ALERT) she's moving in with Steve. I was hoping she could resolve her differences with Etta and move in with her or come into contact with Julia Kapatelis and she'd take Diana under her wing.
But enough with the negative, on to the positive. I've always been fascinated with Amazons and I love any story that explores the Amazonian legends by portraying them as an actual civilization with laws, celebrations, culture, politics and religion. This film does not drag it's feet when it
comes to that. I also like the fact that the villain they chose was a god instead of the ready-to-go-to Cheetah. I love that one of the females Diana interacts with is a little black girl who's sad because the boys won't let her play pirates with them, so Diana teaches her how to fight with a sword properly. It's this same little girl that sees her launch into action and calls her Wonder Woman.
I could mention more positive aspects of the film but I'd give away too much. This is definitely a film I would add to my DC animation collection.
- Steve's response: "You smell good."
It'll be some years yet before the live action Wonder Woman movie comes out, so why not revisit the animated 2009 direct-to-DVD version? I'm partial to that iteration, seeing as how it's a loose adaptation of George Pérez's comic book reboot in 1987, namely the epic "Gods and Mortals" arc. I happen to think Pérez's interpretation was the most dynamic yet. He stressed the mythological aspect of Wonder Woman - the blood and guts of it - while honoring her status as a feminist icon. I love the emphasis Pérez placed on the dichotomy of Diana's push for peace while remaining very much the kickass warrior. Unlike the Lynda Carter version who wasn't allowed to punch the baddies, this Wonder Woman doesn't hesitate to get her hands dirty. She wrecks people and monsters!
Countering her knack for mayhem is her guilelessness. There's an appealing innocence about her, this never more pronounced than when she steps into man's world. The film's first act develops the mythology all over again, and it's a more comprehensive retelling. In times of antiquity, it chronicles Hippolyta and her Amazonian warriors' brutal campaign against Ares, God of War, and Ares's subsequent defeat and imprisonment in the bowels of Themyscira, his godly powers suppressed by Hera, rendering him unable to draw from the psychic energies of war. So, only minutes in, I guess we'd seen the last of the God of War, am I right?
Follows then the familiar origin story: Diana sculpted from clay by Hippolyta and given life by Hera; cocky USAF Colonel Steve Trevor crashlanding on the hidden island of Themyscira; the contest in the arena to determine the Amazonian emissary to the world of man (and Trevor's escort back). It's a fine script penned by Michael Jelenic and Gail Simone. The modern twists and turns they inject serve to keep tuned in we jaded comic book fans familiar with what creator William Moulton Marston wrought almost 75 years ago.
The cast of voices is strong, with Keri Russell and Nathan Fillion anchoring things as the two leads. Much of the humor springs from the battle-of-the-sexes banter between Diana and a womanizing Steve Trevor. Lots of gender jokes. See Steve flirt with Diana, to her bemusement. Also, see Steve try to drink Diana under the table, key word being "try."
Ever wonder how the Amazons end up with an invisible plane? Don't bother. It goes unexplained. On the other hand, it's neat that we find out why Diana's costume is splashed with the star-spangled colors.
Note that characters engage in frank, adult discourse. Be aware that the violence leans toward the more graphic. There are beheadings and impalements, and Diana, in all her innocence and compelled by the tugs of sisterhood, instructs a little girl at the park in the ways of swordfighting.
I can't tell you with any confidence why Wonder Woman isn't more popular. My best guesses are that 1) she's perceived as this bland, boring superheroine, 2) it's hard to relate to her origin story, and 3) it's super-hard for a woman to cross over in a patriarchal society. I've hopes for Gal Gadot. I hope she knocks it out the park. But while we're waiting, we could do worse than check out the 2009 animated movie. It's got blood and guts. It's crammed with action and with humor. It showcases Wonder Woman at her fiercest even as it presents, on even footing, her philosophy of peace and equality and sisterhood. But she'll kick your ass in a heartbeat.