Diana must contend with a work colleague and businessman, whose desire for extreme wealth sends the world down a path of destruction, after an ancient artifact that grants wishes goes missing.
- " It refuses to decide to be about one particular thing, and I grew to like that – indeed, WW84 is a terrifically likable movie. " – Rob Gonsalves (eFilmCritic.com)
- " The retro pastel optimism is ironic, but the dark stuff slips by in subtext. This bold, colorful tale, recalling classic superhero films, could be happening in a parallel universe… a much nicer one. " – MaryAnn Johanson (Flick Filosopher)
- " Wonder Woman 1984 has taken everything we loved about the first movie (action and heart sitting comfortably alongside each other) and ramped it up a neon-coloured, leg-warmer-wearing notch. " – Rachael Harper (SciFiNow)