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Ready for a deep dive into the kingdom of Atlantis? After his introduction in 2017’s Justice League, Jason Momoa returns as Arthur Curry, the superhero known as Aquaman, as he faces off against his half-brother King Orm (Patrick Wilson) with the fate of the surface world hanging in the balance. Amber Heard is back as Mera, while newcomers to the DC universe include Nicole Kidman, Dolph Lundgren, Willem Dafoe, Graham McTavish, Randall Park, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta… and a host of underwater warriors riding great white sharks. Aquaman is directed by James Wan (Furious 7).
- Jason Momoa
- Amber Heard
- Willem Dafoe
- Patrick Wilson
- Nicole Kidman
- Dolph Lundgren
- Yahya Abdul-Mateen II
- Temuera Morrison
- Ludi Lin
- Michael Beach
Did You Know?
- Jason Momoa publicly expressed interest in Zack Snyder directing.
- At the climax of one of the fights between Arthur and Orm, the crowd celebrates looking down while both fighters are above them.
- Orm: People of Atlantis, hear me! My brother has come from the surface... to challenge me for the throne! Let us settle this in the ancient way: by bloodshed do the gods make known their will!
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THIS WAS GREAT MOVIE!!! I WILL SEE IT AGAIN!!!!!!!
Was actually a well balanced fun movie with action packed scenes. One of DC’s best to date a must see.
Wan not only embraces the inherent silliness of a hero whose signature power is talking to fish; he revels in it, finding the childlike awesomeness at its core. You can still see every plot beat coming from miles away, but it feels like destiny rather than repetition, the fulfillment of a promise every movie makes and few deliver on.
A superhero movie with the scope of an epic but the spirit of a mischievous boy, Aquaman is a goofy, uneven adventure that proudly sticks to its loopy vision even if it doesn’t quite work.
There are some legitimate criticisms you can level against Aquaman. You could never say, however, that this movie doesn’t go for it. It goes for everything — maybe too much, when all is said and done.