Wonder Woman is a great movie, not because the lead is a female or any of that small-minded garbage. It was a great movie because it was a great movie. And really, everyone made a big deal about a female lead movie, but I didn't hear anyone making those observations for Resident Evil, Tomb Raider or hell, Aliens back in the day.
It's unfortunate that critics are able to have so much sway over people. I feel like there is a major disconnect between critics and the average movie goer because every time I show someone Man of Steel or Batman Vs Superman, they love it. Like insanely love it. I've had several people tell me they couldn't believe how good they are when they had heard so many bad things about them. When I asked them who said the bad things, they can never give me a straight answer. They just heard they were bad.
Justice League was a great introduction for Aquaman, Cyborg and Flash, paving the way for their solo movies. I loved Momoa's take on Aquaman. It was so good. The whole rock'n'roll rebel thing worked way better than I thought it would from the previews. I'm really looking forward to the solo Aquaman movie now. It also sets in motion several pieces for other team movies. Although Warner Brothers now is talking about doing more solo films, which I feel is a bit of a mistake because it deviates from the way that they work in the comic books. DC has always very much been about crossovers, and to have Warner Brothers take that away from them I don't think is a good decision.