Delivering a simple-important message, Wonder is able to move and inspire me with its surprisingly mature and genuine approaches. It was brilliantly cast and written without underestimating its audience. I honestly don't know how many times I cried during the movie. So much respect for everyone involved. This movie is a wonder. #ChooseKind
Wonder(ful), brilliantly cast with a good script. Bit clichéd in places but fleshed out well with great believable characters Possible Spoiler: I was expecting a fairly generic film but was pleasantly surprised. As soon as I saw the bigger sister I thought they wouldn't flesh out her role, but she, for me, was integral, she is kind and caring but she is still a teenager with her own problems
76/100 (Bu tarz filmlerin en büyük dezavantajı belli bir seviye üstüne çıkma şansları yok. Çünkü kitabın neyini değiştirebilirler ? Gerçekçi bir öykünün neyine dokunabilirler ki? İnsanlar bu bilindik hikayelere düşük veriyor ama bence artık böyle sıradan ama insanın içine işleyen basit filmler kalmadı. Bu durum beni de etkiledi. Aldığım duygu 9/10'luk olsa da filme 7/10 vermeyi uygun gördüm...)
"Wonder" — or "I'm Not Crying, You're Crying: The Movie," as I bill it — benefits from coming out a time when we, if anything, should really think about making America more cordial again. It's a cinematic iteration of the golden rule, and it mostly works as a sincere attempt to humanize multiple character beyond its main boy, who has to overcome bullying among other things. It's cute at times, but also too saccharine
Movies aimed at kids that don’t insult their intelligence are rare, and Wonder is one of those rarities. Befitting a film about appearances, it seeks to humanize big sisters, bullies and bad friends and show that everyone has their own cross to bear. Though the end gets predictably saccharine, this is a surprisingly mature exploration of juvenile pain and bullying that should be required viewing in all schools.