As a concept this movie was fun. I did enjoy watching it, but I felt that there was a lot that could have been changed to make Wonder Woman a different and enjoyable character, instead she was kept in the same stereotype as most women, tight clothes showing off her figure, high heels, and an innocent persona.
Diana seemed to know a lot when she left her island, but there seems to also be a lot she didn't know. If she could read a twelve volume book on the ways to pleasure a woman and sex she should have been able to learn more about life in general. Instead, she seemed too innocent about a lot of things, while having a surprising amount of knowledge of other things (and this seemed to be added in just for comic relief). Also, I was annoyed that when she got undress and was in a somewhat classic version of the Wonder Woman costume she was wearing high heels. I wondered why she was forced to wear high heels, when a better choice would have been a nice and comfortable pair of flat boots what would make more sense. There were many things like this throughout the movie that bothered me.
She also seems constantly surprised that she has special powers, which was also unrealistic to me. After she learns about one power in a practice battle she never uses it again in the movie, even while fighting with the god of war. I mean Tony Stark has become something of a huge asshole, but at least he understands his abilities. Diana's mother doesn't even tell her daughter things she might need to know when she is leaving the island and entering a land and time she has know understanding of.
One of the other huge issues I had was Trevor. While I don't think Chris Pine is a bad actor, I felt he was playing Chris Pine through a lot of this and some of his comrades were much more interesting than he was. Plus, why did they feel the need to make Pine and Gadot the same height when they were dancing? I mean we all know Pine is a tiny little man, so why not keep that as part of the story, since Wonder Woman is technically an Amazonian woman? It all frustrated me.
Of course, with all of this being said, I still enjoyed the movie, I just don't feel like it lived up to the hype. And while I do look forward to the next one, I could care less if I see it in a theater or not, and I doubt I will go out of my way to watch it. It wasn't a bad movie, it wasn't a great movie, it was an okay movie, and I can say I've watched it, so that is life.