Aquaman. A movie review.

No spoilers!

A fun, vibrant and visually spectacular superhero movie.

Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) is the son of a lighthouse keeper and an Atlantean queen. His half-brother Orm (Patrick Wilson) currently rules the hidden underwater kingdom of Atlantis and plans to bring war to the surface world. Mera (Amber Heard) and Vulko (Willem Dafoe) conspire against their leader to bring Arthur to Atlantis to claim his crown and bring peace. Trouble is, Arthur doesn’t want to rule.

Aquaman is a hugely bombastic superhero movie, full of wild and extravagant designs and visuals. It’s also hugely popular with audiences, so there’s not much I can say, other than its storytelling drives the narrative forward in a straightforward way that appeals to a broad base of moviegoers. It’s not deep, there’s not much in the way of character development, but it’s a fun experience, nonetheless.

I enjoyed Aquaman a lot, despite the fact I prefer more complex superhero movies. Go see it. You’ll enjoy it, too.

Rating: B

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