Justice League War

#1 Edited by Frozen (13338 posts) - - Show Bio

Is it me or was that one of the worst voice actresses for Wonder Woman?

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#2 Posted by PapiNacho (2409 posts) - - Show Bio

A lot of people seem to agree but I loved her.

#3 Posted by Black_Claw (2988 posts) - - Show Bio

I thought she did ok. But I did have a problem with how WW was portrayed.

#4 Edited by Wolverine08 (42313 posts) - - Show Bio

Her Wonder Woman sounded like an airhead.

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#5 Posted by GeekyEverAfter (346 posts) - - Show Bio

I actually think Michelle Monaghan did a good job. She sounded very warrior- ish.

#6 Posted by WDW (1514 posts) - - Show Bio

Michelle Monaghan was good.... the DIALOG SUCKED!!!

#7 Posted by ArchiZoom (1124 posts) - - Show Bio

I thought it was very exuberant and theatrical, she seemed like a simpleton and her outfit was homely. Unless she's japanese now she shouldn't wear her hair like that. The best WW voice-acting in a JL film was in Flashpoint imo that voice was firm, the voice of a strong confident woman so good.

#8 Edited by Ostyo (7895 posts) - - Show Bio

Yeah, besides Cyborg, Billy(Not Shazam), Flash, Lantern... Everybody sounded just...like no effort was put into it.

#9 Posted by AllStarHit-Girl (574 posts) - - Show Bio

Voice was amazing, the dialog was "meh"

#10 Posted by r2datu (659 posts) - - Show Bio

It felt like I was watching a middle school play.

#11 Posted by ComicStooge (12849 posts) - - Show Bio

I liked her.

#12 Posted by Mercy_ (92698 posts) - - Show Bio

Wasn't into it.

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#13 Posted by ClarkKent12 (133 posts) - - Show Bio

Voice wasn't that bad, the dialogue was weak though, didn't get a chance to delve into her character more... Hope we get another WW animated movie that has continuity with JL War.

#14 Edited by Frozen (13338 posts) - - Show Bio

I thought it was very exuberant and theatrical, she seemed like a simpleton and her outfit was homely. Unless she's japanese now she shouldn't wear her hair like that. The best WW voice-acting in a JL film was in Flashpoint imo that voice was firm, the voice of a strong confident woman so good.

Flashpoint had one of the worst alternate versions of Wonder Woman. A strong version, besides the voice on New Frontier is from the Kingdom Come audiobook:

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#15 Edited by jphulk26 (1332 posts) - - Show Bio

mIchelle was actually someone I wanted to play ww for real.

#16 Posted by randolphdefreese (26 posts) - - Show Bio

it wasnt the voice,the dialogue was awful.it made Diana just a level above a cavewoman.

#17 Posted by SilverPool (1517 posts) - - Show Bio

Voice was fine imo. The voices for Green Lantern, Superman, and Batman were much worse.

#18 Posted by ArchiZoom (1124 posts) - - Show Bio

@frozen: That's a good voice for Diana but Flashpoint's is yet the greatest imo. I know she was villainy but she had a very powerful presence in that movie, like in my opinion Diana should always have. I really hate princessy depictions of Wonder Woman, with heels, earrings and other "girly" rubbish.

#19 Edited by Jonny_Anonymous (33450 posts) - - Show Bio

It was based on a Wonder Woman written by Geoff Johns, of course it sucked.

#20 Edited by modernww2fare (1178 posts) - - Show Bio

I thought she did ok. But I did have a problem with how WW was portrayed.

#21 Edited by Frozen (13338 posts) - - Show Bio

@frozen: That's a good voice for Diana but Flashpoint's is yet the greatest imo. I know she was villainy but she had a very powerful presence in that movie, like in my opinion Diana should always have. I really hate princessy depictions of Wonder Woman, with heels, earrings and other "girly" rubbish.

There needs to be a balance. Some portrayals portray her to be too much of a princess and Flashpoint portrayed her as a raging radical feminist. She also has a nurturing side.

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#23 Edited by dshipp17 (1006 posts) - - Show Bio

@black_claw said:

I thought she did ok. But I did have a problem with how WW was portrayed.

Wonder Woman didn't have much of a specific personality; she sounded like a cartoon within a cartoon; pretty much everyone except Batman was portrayed a little off; Flash was my MVP of this movie, but Wonder Woman a close second; she set out on a task with a goal and completed it (e.g. when she took put Darkseid's right eye); they really made Darkseid a very impressive villain and it really required every bit of team work to beat him; probably the fakest point of the movie was all of the damage Darkseid put on Wonder Woman, yet she emerged without a bruise; earlier, just a punch gave her a bloody lip, yet Darkseid launched a barrage of punches on her and she walked away as if being thrown at a building. Overall, this was a great movie, but Superman/Batman Apocalypse may have been a bit more realistic; however, Darkseid was a lot more impressive in this movie.

#24 Posted by ArchiZoom (1124 posts) - - Show Bio

@frozen said:

@archizoom said:

@frozen: That's a good voice for Diana but Flashpoint's is yet the greatest imo. I know she was villainy but she had a very powerful presence in that movie, like in my opinion Diana should always have. I really hate princessy depictions of Wonder Woman, with heels, earrings and other "girly" rubbish.

There needs to be a balance. Some portrayals portray her to be too much of a princess and Flashpoint portrayed her as a raging radical feminist. She also has a nurturing side.

I'm not talking about her personality Frozen, just her voice and her mien.

#25 Edited by Frozen (13338 posts) - - Show Bio

@frozen said:

@archizoom said:

@frozen: That's a good voice for Diana but Flashpoint's is yet the greatest imo. I know she was villainy but she had a very powerful presence in that movie, like in my opinion Diana should always have. I really hate princessy depictions of Wonder Woman, with heels, earrings and other "girly" rubbish.

There needs to be a balance. Some portrayals portray her to be too much of a princess and Flashpoint portrayed her as a raging radical feminist. She also has a nurturing side.

I'm not talking about her personality Frozen, just her voice and her mien.

She only had a powerful presence due to the circumstances of what was happening in the film.

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#26 Posted by ArchiZoom (1124 posts) - - Show Bio

@frozen said:

She only had a powerful presence due to the circumstances of what was happening in the film.

Certainly that contributed but without that voice and those dialogues, she could've come across as bit of a silly woman doing big important things like Soule's Wonder Woman when she kind of beat Zod and Faora. That was a powerful feat yet she had the personality of a dry lemon.

#27 Posted by redwingx (826 posts) - - Show Bio

@dshipp17: Darkseid was an impressive villain? He was far from a impressive villain, he was a generic thug in a godlike power. Nothing about him was impressive.

#28 Posted by randolphdefreese (26 posts) - - Show Bio

@redwingx: ditto,that wasnt Darkseid.Darkseid doesnt get his hands dirty.he is the puppet master,not the puppet.

#29 Edited by dshipp17 (1006 posts) - - Show Bio

@redwingx said:

@dshipp17: Darkseid was an impressive villain? He was far from a impressive villain, he was a generic thug in a godlike power. Nothing about him was impressive.

Well, I was saying that he made an impressive antagonist for the film; I was not suggesting that he was impressive in a way that we should have been proud of his actions; his name is Darkseid and he dwells in the presence of darkness and evil.

#30 Posted by ZhuRong (3533 posts) - - Show Bio

Everyone was protrayed badly to be quite honest. They was portrayed better in Crisis and Flashpoint

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