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Lessons from Wonder Woman Movie 2017 – Gal Gadot

The much-awaited  modern Wonder Woman movie was finally released in theaters this June 2017 with Gal Gadot playing the iconic role from Lynda Carter.  We love superhero movies, right?   Growing as a child, we always wanted to have super powers or we want to be saved by super heroes.

It is much an escape from realities of life; the limitations of a person, the world is comprised with bad and good people, and so on. Aside from the fact that it is a breathtaking movie, a wonderful actress Gal Gadot playing the role, and hunkie Chris Pine, what lessons can we get from the movie?

Women empowerment – from the start of the movie, women empowerment can be seen from the Amazons (all female warriors living in an island called Themyscira). The young Princess Diana (Gal Gadot) was trained as a young warrior with a good heart.

Love is powerful than darkness “I believe in love”– part of the ending scenes when Wonder Woman was persuaded by the villain to kill the weirdo Doctor Poison scientist, but she did not.  Darkness will win if she chooses the other way around.

To sacrifice for the love of the common good – the American pilot and spy,Steve Trevor, (Chris Pine) sacrificed his life at the end for the common good.

Aside from the above, we have seen bravery, sincerity, perseverance, and hope.  We can relate in some point and some would see the movie  fairly for fun. So, how we can bring these lessons in our lives? I can say I enjoyed the movie and will pick one or two lessons to live by. How about you?

Wonder Woman 2017 Cast: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright directed by a female director, Patty Jenkins.

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  1. At first I thought the hoopla was just phony baloney but reading the reviews and plot of this movie all I can say to Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot would be the words of the late Oakland Raiders/Los Angeles Raiders general managing partner the late Al Davis “Take pride and be proud. Your commitment to excellence will endure forever. You were magnificent.” The question is now what do to for an encore?

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