DC has achieved its first cinematographic success since the Nolan trilogy of Batman, and has done it doubled, because one of its big successes lies in that, super heroically speaking, many men want to be a woman now. And that’s a lot, really. With Wonder Woman, DC hits the spot, wraps up an entertaining and epic adventure with a solvent script and a charismatic cast. At the same time, gives us a story that, without being that deep, is funny and sometimes exciting, speaks of human nature and provides the heroine that, in my opinion, many girls needed for a long time. Because they needed it, and they needed it without stereotypes or cliche. Male characters included. I loved Wonder Woman and I hope this is only the beginning of the end of the fears to produce films with female protagonist characters.