The new Wonder Woman movie, with its images of sword-wielding is reported to be progressive yet crowd pleasing, faithful to the tenets of the genre yet wise to its own absurdities. Like Orange is the New Black, Frozen, and The Princess and the Frog, Wonder Woman features a principal strong female character who demonstrates the spectrum of characters befitting a hero.

Wonder Woman, the Amazonian warrior, is believed to be an ancient Greek Mythical. Interestingly, every Greek hero or champion, from Hercules to Theseus and Achilles had to prove his mettle by fighting a powerful warrior queen such as Hippolyta, Antiope, Thessalia. On the other hand, archaeological findings suggest that women fitting the description that the Greeks gave of the Amazon warrior women existed. Myth or reality, the blockbuster movie has aimed to rekindle in both sexes the many positive elements embodied in the Amazonian spirit, playfully dubbed the “Wonder Woman Effect.” It has five key principal characteristics.

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Written by Simone Pantlitz