Aquaman 2018 Movie Review

Aquaman: Movie Review & Info


Release Date: December 7, 2018

CAST: Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe, Patrick Wilson, Nicole Kidman, Dolph Lundgren, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Temuera Morrison, Ludi Lin, Michael Beach, Randall Park, Graham McTavish
GENRE: Superhero, Fantasy
DURATION: 2 hours 23 minutes

Aquaman Story: Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) discovered his true legacy and became the king of the underwater city of Atlantis. Now he must prove himself to his people and the world.

Aquaman Review: Queen of Atlanta (Nicole Kidman)’s son Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) and simple lighthouse owner Tom Curry (Temuera Morrison) ) Want to have nothing to do with his royal heritage, because his mother left her to return to the underwater kingdom. Princess Mela (Amber Hilde) approached and told him that his family and the people of Atlantis constituted a serious deep-sea threat. Arthur must choose which world he belongs to. Aquaman has no breakthrough surprises. Narrative, but the presentation is refreshing. Computer graphics is top-notch, especially in some excellent underwater games. James Wan pays close attention to the arrangement of special effects and how to explain the plot through elegant photography, including impressively long shots, to maintain momentum even if the execution time seems a bit swollen, especially when the plot is steep in the case of. In the second act, Case fell too hard on his nose in the shadows, which is good news. The romantic side of Aquaman looks very tense, but the other side looks more sincere. Humor is not always there. It is a missing ingredient in some missing subtle plots, which requires that this lunatic should be able to laugh a lot at himself. There are too many bad guys in the opposition department, and Black Manta looks more like a subplot than a serious threat.Fortunately, the background story of Arthur Curry did not suffer from the same fate, it was a fusion of the present and the past. Patrick Wilson, Nicole Kidman and Willem Dafoe each played a lot of roles in order to give enough depth to the game. The weaker links in the picture enhance the overall effect of the film. Despite its flaws, the latest issue of DC Expanded Universe is very interesting. It mainly comes from the protagonist with extraordinary charm. Without his role, Aquaman would not do well. Although there may be other fish in the sea (read “actor”), no one seems to be more capable of playing the King of the Seven Seas than Jason Momoa… is present, and Leaving his brand on the joking character in the comics world will undoubtedly make him great again. This combined with crazy action creates a compelling reason to watch “Aquaman”. See also: Warner Bros. talks about Aquaman’s sequel