Aquaman (2018)

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Aquaman (2018)

Action | Adventure | Fantasy
6.8 / 10
Release Date
07 December 2018
2 : 24 minutes
Spoken Language
Once home to the most advanced civilization on Earth, Atlantis is now an underwater kingdom ruled by the power-hungry King Orm. With a vast army at his disposal, Orm plans to conquer the remaining oceanic people and then the surface world. Standing in his way is Arthur Curry, Orm's half-human, half-Atlantean brother and true heir to the throne.

Cast Overview :

Arthur Curry / Aquaman
by: Jason Momoa
by: Amber Heard
Nuidis Vulko
by: Willem Dafoe
King Orm Marius / Ocean Master
by: Patrick Wilson
by: Nicole Kidman
King Nereus
by: Dolph Lundgren
David Kane / Black Manta
by: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II
Thomas Curry
by: Temuera Morrison
Captain Murk
by: Ludi Lin
Jesse Kane (Manta's Father)
by: Michael Beach
Dr. Stephen Shin
by: Randall Park
King Atlan
by: Graham McTavish
Cargo Pilot
by: Leigh Whannell
Young Arthur (3 Years Old)
by: Tainui Kirkwood
Young Arthur (3 Years Old)
by: Tamor Kirkwood
Young Arthur (3 Years Old)
by: Denzel Quirke
Young Arthur (9 Years Old)
by: Kaan Guldur
Young Arthur (13 Years Old)
by: Otis Dhanji
Young Arthur (16 Years Old)
by: Kekoa Kekumano
Karathen (voice)
by: Julie Andrews
Brine King (voice)
by: John Rhys-Davies
King Ricou (voice)
by: Djimon Hounsou
Brine King / King Ricou (mocap)
by: Andrew Crawford
Fisherman Princess
by: Sophia Forrest
Queen Rina
by: Natalia Safran
by: Micah Ohlman
Mike (Bully)
by: Jack Andrew
Matt (Bully)
by: Frankie Creagh-Leslie
Tour Guide (Aquarium)
by: Sophia Emberson-Bain
Submarine Captain
by: Ilya Melnikoff
Submarine Pirate
by: Hank Amos
Submarine Crew Member
by: Kyryl Koltsov
Cue Ball
by: Patrick Cox
by: Luke Owen
Professor James
by: Robert Longstreet
Newscaster Morgan
by: Devika Parikh
by: Sonny Le
Italian Vendor
by: Jon Fabian
Italian Young Girl
by: Mabel Tamone
Italian Old Woman
by: Rita Dinardo
by: Anthony Standish
Italian Mother
by: Nicolette Bianca
Flower Stall Vendor
by: Victor Leto
Italian Bell Father
by: Vincent B. Gorce
Italian Bell Girl
by: Gabriella Petkova
Italian Bell Mother
by: Oriana Iacono
Ancient Atlantean Woman
by: Pearl Grantham
Ancient Atlantean Child
by: Noa Tsuchiya
Arthur's Teacher
by: Alice Lanesbury
Atlantean Soldier #1
by: Nicolas Bosc
Atlantean Soldier #2
by: Joshua Levinson

Member Reviews :

Good movie to watch.
***Lame-axx butt of a joke no longer*** Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) lives with his father on the Maine Coast, a caretaker of a lighthouse. With the mentorship of Vulko (Willem Dafoe) and the revelations of Mera (Amber Heard) he discovers that he is the half-breed heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis. As the rightful successor to the throne, he must tangle with his brother Orm (Patrick Wilson) to save the surface world from destruction. Meanwhile Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) seeks vengeance on Arthur for the death of his father. “Aquaman” (2018) is a colorful superhero flick featuring a flashy action scene for every 5 minute lull. It’s reminiscent of “Thor” (2011) and “Thor: The Dark World” (2013), but with spectacular undersea realms instead of Asgard & realms nearby. Yet the drama was better in those movies whereas here it feels like the creators were in a rush to jump to the next action sequence, which might make “Aquaman” ‘thrilling,’ but less compelling story-wise. Still, it’s very eventful with loads of energy (maybe TOO eventful for its own good). And I liked the balance of underwater scenes to surface scenes with spectacular locations, including the Sahara Desert and Sicily. Meanwhile Amber is stunning as redheaded Mera. Even Nicole Kidman shows up as Arthur’s mother, Atlanna. Speaking of Arthur, Momoa is magnificent as the protagonist and will forever change the public’s generally weak perception of Aquaman. The film is a bit overlong at 2 hour, 23 minutes; and was shot in Australia (Hastings Point, Amity Point, Southport, Main Beach & Currumbin Beach); Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada; and Morocco (Erfoud & Merzouga). GRADE: B
I just came back home from watching Aquaman on the IMAX theater in Balexert in Geneva and thought that I should write something up while it’s still fresh in my mind. Something that happens all too rarely. I have to say that, overall, I had quite a blast watching this movie. It is indeed a good superhero and special effects extravaganza. In addition it is quite beautiful. A lot of the underwater scenes are very pleasing on the eye indeed. I am quite happy that I managed to drag my ass over to a theater and watch it on a IMAX screen. Some of the hype around it is perhaps a bit too much though. It does not quite reach the masterpiece level after all. Storywise, well it is a superhero movie after all so if you expect the story to be profound, logical and watertight you should lay off those mushrooms or whatever you are smoking. That said, the story was not too bad. Pretty straightforward and not too convoluted. A good, solid story suitable for a action/adventure movie. I did quite like the main protagonists on the good side. Especially Jason Momoa as Aquaman. I mean his time-to-kick-some-ass-stare was just so…evil. The script writer had put some stupid shit in there where he had to play overly dumb at times but on the whole he was a good guy throughout the entire movie. Almost no whining, angst and anti-hero shit like what have totally ruined most of the Marvel TV-shows lately. The bad guys were not too bad either. Orm was lacking a bit in the bad guy charisma department but Black Manta was oozing despicable bad bad bad asshole from the first scene to the last. I probably should not say this because his weird helmet is indeed true to the comics but, well, it’s weird and kind of looks better in a comics than on the big screen. Special effects? Well, there is not that much to say really. They are pretty awesome throughout the movie and, as I wrote above, a lot of the time they are also beautiful. The various creatures, underwater vehicles and gadgets are really cool and well designed. The one gripe I have about the movie is the totally unnecessary green preaching crap. Luckily it is confined to a couple of scenes but in those it is really slapped in the audience’s faces. A superhero movie should be entertaining, not preaching. If I want that shit I can turn on the news. It’s a star off from me just for that nonsense.
  Per Gunnar Jonsson
Doesn't hold a candle to _Wonder Woman_, but tall-buildings worth of leaps (and bounds) better than everything else that's come out of the DCIThoughtSheWasWithU. It's weirdly kind of... The nicest? Of these movies? Which is not the kind of direction you would think a film in this series would go based on how it started, but Jason Momoa is just charismatic as **Hell**, and _Aquaman_ leans on that a lot. By the time it's over, _Aquaman_ really does hit just about every cliche of the genre there is, which is not exactly high praise. It's certainly not without heart, but it is still more spectacle than substance. But unlike, say, your _Transformers 4_, a movie often levelled the same criticism, it is not trash. _Final rating:★★★ - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._
Aquaman was soooo cool!!!