“You're a man.” Um, yeah. This is a little too close to the hot-but-innocent alien chick saying things like “What is love?” (See: TOS, “Gamesters of Triskelion”), but Gal Gadot saves it a little by stating it, and then Chris Pine helps with his comic response.
But let's face it: The origin of Wonder Woman, the Amazon island thing, was always fairly idiotic/boring and the movie doesn't seem to make it any smarter/more interesting.
Chick with the cracked mask: “Boardwalk Empire” did it better.
“I was brought to life by... ” Juice? Jews? Oh, Zeus. Whew.
So why WWI instead of WWII? The argument from io9 is that her character becomes disgusted with humanity and stays away for 100 years, and the Great War was a bad war (resolving nothing), while WWII had a clear villain and absolute atrocities. Me, I think the Holocaust is reason enough to steer clear of humanity, but whatever. Do what you need to do.
Her fighting scenes look good.
“I can't let you do this.”/“What I do is not up to you.” Good line.
Same with “I like her.”
The muted grays: Zack Snyder's sucky pallette. Can't we ever get away from this, DC?