5 Stars
It’s the personal stories that really got to me. I’m a tough nut to crack in terms of crying at a movie, but when the little girls started talking about what Wonder Woman means to them and how their moms are the real heroes, it was Niagara-fucking-Falls. If you have a daughter, it is a moral imperative that you show her this film as soon as possible.— Film Threat

4 ½ stars out of 5
With the narratives of iconic superheroes rooted deep in our psyches, Guevara-Flangagan exposes our cultural obsessions and shifting values through populist mediums and, in particular, the way women’s roles have been reflected over the decades.-– artsHub

Wonder Women! hits us right where it counts, offering a nuanced critique of gender and heroism in popular culture…  Reveals the complicated negotiations girls and women face as we attempt to achieve confidence, strength, and agency in a society often at odds with those goals. — Mary Celeste Kearney, Associate Professor of Media Studies, University of Texas at Austin

Cleverly lets little girls give voice to the empowering message they get from Wonder Woman. Shyly but wisely they observe that sisters are doin’ it for themselves. — The Denver Post