I would appreciate this as well.
I thought it was a rather good film. Most films nowadays are going for the serious tone for superhero movies. Wonder Woman was a breath of fresh air because it took lots of flaws in movies and addressed them properly.
1) The scenes with the men having an issue with a woman in a room? It was dealt with historic context and not shoving politics in our face. That I appreciated.
2) The movies actually made me ENJOY watching a superhero fight. It helps when Wonder Woman's awesome theme, amazing action scenes, and overall just freaking awesomeness of the character.
3) Chris Pine was a fantastic supporting role. In fact, all the supporting cast in this film was excellent.
4) It actually was a good female superhero movie for once. Thank goodness.
5) While the villains were cheesy, I thought it was entirely appropriate. The movie was dealing with Wonder Woman's golden-age self, and so it really fit the tone. Also, the villains, while being one-dimensional, just felt so fun to watch, especially when they did evil stuff. Ares was interesting to me because he broke expectations (plus I seem to be the only one who actually liked him).
6) It was fun to finally have a superhero who didn't have conflicting morals. She just did good because because she actually cared about people. That's it. It was a breath of fresh air. It was the traditional hero back on screen, and I really did root for her. Even when Ares tried to shake her morals, she stuck to them, and it was just brilliant.
7) I actually thought the red herring was brilliantly pulled off, despite being confusing post-watching.
I also wanna commend the director for not being afraid to add cheese to a movie. Cheese isn't bad, just badly executed cheese is. Glad to see someone make a great film and not be afraid to touch a hero's roots. Maybe that's why the film was so good; it was like a love letter to the character, like the Raimi Spider-Man films.