Explain why "Wonder Woman 1984{" was considered the worst DC film?

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    Stevennix2001posted 2 years ago

    It seems after "Wonder Woman 1984" came out, it was labeled by fans and film critics to be arguably the WORST DC film ever made?  Ouch that's harsh.  Worse than "Steel?"  Worse than "Catwoman?"  Worse than "Batman and Robin?"  Worse than such travesties like "Superman III", "Superman IV:  Quest for Peace", and "Supergirl?" Worse than "Justice League" and "Batman v Superman:  Dawn of Justice?"  It's really worse than all those other movies I just mentioned?

    Okay, I'll admit that "Wonder Woman 1984" isn't as great as the first one, and it has it's problems.  However, I don't think it was that bad honestly. I actually liked the movie a lot.  It had a decent story, and some solid action elements in it.  Granted, I felt some parts were rushed, and the pacing throughout the movie wasn't that great.  I also didn't like the pointless mall scene where Wonder Woman was stopping a jewelry heist, as I felt that scene was pointless and unnecessary.  Plus I loved Cheetah in the movie, even though I would've liked to have seen more of her though. Apart from that, I did enjoy the film, but what baffles me is that people are saying it's the worse DC film ever made?  Seriously?  Is it really worse than any of the previous DC films I just mentioned?   

    Can someone please explain to me in detail as to why "Wonder Woman 1984" is arguably the worse DC film ever made?   Please explain it to me like I'm a six year old, to paraphrase Denzel Washington from the film, "Philadelphia."

    1. schoolgirlforreal profile image80
      schoolgirlforrealposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      I absolutely LOVED it! I give it a 10


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