have to disagree with the only other reviewer. The movie is standard by superhero film standards mostly in tropes such as plot and cool explosions, yes, but still has plenty of differences that make it fresh by comparison.
Diana is a woman, and yes, that matters, because it's 2017 and we FINALLY have a movie starring a superheroine, her motives have nothing to do with a tragic backstory or even sexual attraction to Steve. He kickstarts the plot, yes, but her motivations in the movie are PURELY because she genuinely believes in helping people and thwarting evil, an incredibly rare and refreshing to see in a super film nowadays.
You know what's also rare? A well written female character. Diana is NEVER treated like a sexual object in this film, nor is any other female character for that matter. She is powerful and respected, even when she goes from the all-female island she was raised on to England, where women are not taken seriously. Another great thing is that Steve never treats her with disrespect either, he never uses the excuse 'because you're a woman'.
The twist regarding the villain was also great and something I genuinely did not see coming. My biggest complaints regarding the movie are that it felt too short, that I wanted more, but also that there was not enough of a secondary female character, Candy.
In a day and age where superhero movies are coming out every summer, and while every other DC movie fell disgustingly flat, Wonder Woman rose up and saved the day, as she would do!