Wonder Woman 1984

Wonder Woman 1984
It’s 1984, years after she battled Aries in World War I, and Diana Prince now finds herself working as an expert archeologist at the Smithsonian Institute. Diana befriends geologist Barbara Minerva, who is helping identify objects stolen during a heist that Wonder Woman helped to foil. Among the items is the Dreamstone, an object that grants the wishes of its holder. When businessman Maxwell Lord discovers what the Dreamstone is capable of, he convinces Barbara, who has already wished to be like Diana Prince with unexpected results, to let him take possession of it. With Maxwell now using the stone’s power to grant wishes with chaotic and destructive results, it’s now up to Wonder Woman to save the day. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Wonder Woman 1984”.

· Diana helps Barbara pick up the paperwork that fell out of her briefcase. In the close-up of Barbara, when she makes the animal print comment about Diana’s shoes and asks her if she’d like to get lunch, there are no papers sticking out the side of the briefcase and the bottom of the case is facing the camera. The scene cuts to a quick view of Diana and then back to Barbara who is now holding the case in the opposite direction with papers sticking out the side. When Diana says, “Maybe some other time”, Barbara is holding the briefcase in its original position.

· Barbara is asleep at her desk in the office. In the overhead and close-up views, Barbara has a green sweater over the back of her shoulders. She still has the sweater on in the left side view as she sits up. But, in the close-up, as she starts to stand, the sweater is now gone.

· Diana is holding onto her lasso that is hooked onto the van Maxwell Lord is riding in. One of the armed vehicles hits her and smacks her into another vehicle driving nearby, making her lose her grip on the lasso. As she’s wedged in between the two moving vehicles, Diana’s lasso is neatly looped onto her side.

“Wonder Woman 1984” (2020) stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristine Wiig, Pedro Pascal, Robin Wright, and Connie Nielsen. It runs 151 minutes and is rated PG-13 for sequences of action and violence.

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