We all thought the DC universe was having a bad time with the failure of Henry Cavill’s "Man of Steel" and Ben Affleck in "Batman v. Superman," as both movies failed to hit it big in terms of box office success. However, things seems to have changed as DC brings forth its new addition to the silver screen in form of the first original female superhero, "Wonder Woman." Wonder Woman is definitely one of the best films that DC has delivered in a while.

Director Patty Jenkins -- in spite of all the odds -- was able to bring about a success story with incredible performances by the actors, and the selection of a precise period for the backdrop of the movie.

The emotions run high as the film moves toward the climax.

The gripping tale

Diana Prince is just a child who lives in the hidden island of Themiscyra. She was told stories about their origin by her mother, who was also the queen of the Amazon. She was fascinated by the stories of how a group of women were sent to the world to defend it against Aries, the god of war.

Everything changes when a British spy crash lands on their island and informs them about the ongoing Great War (or the first World War). Diana decides to work with the spy to rid the word of Aries once and for all. She leaves her home to set out on a voyage toward war and destruction where men are nothing but pure evil.

Then the movie revolves around Diana before a few Germans also land on the shores of Themiscyra.

Then, the plot twists and turns, taking you through the world of World War I. the action is truly remarkable and the cinematography is impeccable. There are scenes which will move you and make you think about the scenarios as if you were actually a part of them.

Ends with a bang

The climax of the movie was beautifully shot and Director Patty Jenkins should be given a lot of credit for it, as she has cleverly crafted the larger than life picture of the Germans being the arms of the God of War.

Gal Gadot as "Wonder Women" and Chris Pine as Steve Trevor have both given one of their best on-screen performances. All in all, "Wonder Woman" is a must-watch for everyone who is a fan of the genre. It would not be wrong to say that "Wonder Woman" has proven to be one of the best installments of the DC universe on the silver screen and Diana Prince is going to be the heart and soul of the upcoming DC movies.

"Wonder Woman" earned rapturous reviews and is expected to chase away the doldrums at the early summer box office, with a North American debut of $95 million or more, according to pre-release tracking.