First of all let me say that I like "female leads in action movies" because as a straight male I would rather stare at a hot girl than some random dude, especially because all of the grizzled action stars are growing old and losing their touch. But action movies with badass men or women tend to either be dragged down by a terrible plot, terrible action scenes, terrible cinematography or terrible acting. Or in Wonder Woman's case, all of the above.
I went in with no expectations and didn't see any of the trailers. 2 hours later, I feel like I still didn't see the movie everyone was freaking out about. Most of the action scenes were lousy over edtied CGI fests or ruined by slow motion, the music was forgettable (except Diana's theme), the story was a checklist of plot points and the climatic battle looked like it was shot by the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows DPs. I can enjoy a good mindless popcorn flick or watch a poorly shot movie if it's otherwise entertaining (like Avengers), but WW chugged along at a turtle's pace and none of the high points were as high as Gal's bunny hopping.
As for Gal herself, yea she is good looking if you like watching the same expression over and over. Just because she's a god doesn't mean her face has to be goddamn stiffer than Zeus's lightning bolt. Most of the cast lacked presence, with Chris Pine being the highlight (once you get passed the fact that a man with an American accent is working for British intelligence). The most insulting though was the payoff, where once again we have to hear about "love saving the world" right after watching hundreds of guys massacred. You know what would save the world? If one of these villains won for a change and wiped humans from the planet.
Obviously I can't post this on GAF because i'll just be labeled a misogynist for disliking a feminist movie or something, but I honestly think most of these stupid comic movies suck and they're losing their popcorn entertainment value. Spider Man will probably be decent but I was over RDJ's Tony Shtick after the first Avengers.