DC Universe has removed a lot of their movies from their streaming services. I shake at my fist at the air. It was all stuff I saw before and didn't need to be able to see again at my beck and call. Still, I don't like it when a service I have gets smaller. That said, they finally released a 2019 movie in their animated Expanded Universe that they have not released. Wonderwoman Bloodlines which came out last October. Presumably they are releasing it now for cross promotional hype with Gal Gadot's Wonderwoman 1984. I liked it. I'd by my earlier rating system it's at least a 3.5. They retconned their animated Wonderwoman 2011 out of the expanded EU by retelling Wonder Woman's origin (quickly) so that Wonderwoman's new origin fit in cleaner with Superman, Batman and all the others meeting her for the first time in Justice League War. I'm not a big fan of retcons in general, but it worked here. They also built a lot of characterization into this movie. One thing I always thought Wonder Woman stories lacked is meaningful interactions with ordinary human women. Usually Wonder Woman is just punching super villains or if the writer is SJW, Wonder Woman is sticking it to the patriarchy. Four out of five of the supporting cast, good guys, bad guys, and in-betweens were female. I did not have a problem with that. This was overdue. While there were not a lot of male characters, both the good and evil male characters were portrayed well. They managed to showcase strong women without making all the men drooling morons. Without spoiling anything specific. This movie good because the A plot (the villain's evil plan) and the B plot (the character arcs) were thematically linked very well. It also had a good mix of seriousness and humor blended well together. Spoiler: I especially liked this joke at 2:50 of this video clip. The things I didn't like about the movie were pretty small nitpicks. Mostly it's because I spend way too much time on TV tropes and that are certain tropes that I think are overdone or out of date. Spoiler: Plot spoilers of my grouses I do not like mystery villains in animated films. Thanks to Pixar I believe that is way over done and in this movie like most animated movies with a "mystery" villain. The mystery is fairly obvious. Designated Girl Fight is an outdated trope that needs to die. This movie gender flipped it and arguably averted it. In this movie most of the villains were female and most of Wonder Woman's allies were female but the one male villain was fought by the one male hero. Go figure. They also gender flipped the high-heel-face-turn. But they had TWO villainous characters see the light, one male, one female. One was played for laughs and the other was part of a full character so I guess it's forgiveable. Nevermind, I guess it's not a misgiving, it's actually a strength. One thing that sets Wonder Woman apart from other DC superheroes is that she is more focused on redemption than most others and occasionally she succeeds.