|Release Date||:||12/12/2018 (GB)|
|Time||:||02 Hours 23 Minutes|
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.
written by Wuchak on 30 December 2018
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 f... read the rest.
written by anilambaniworks on 25 December 2018
Good movie to watch.
written by Per Gunnar Jonsson on on 3 January 2019
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.... read the rest.
written by Gimly on 20 January 2019
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 spectac... read the rest.
written by mchristenson on on 29 January 2019
Aquaman was soooo cool!!!
written by fatso19 on 31 March 2019
I had decided to wait for the DVD release to watch this movie all I can say is wow oh wow why did I wait this was action galore lots of laughs momoah nailed the character perfectly to a t the movie was the best of the winter no doubt i highly recommend you get a copy of this movie no doubt you'll enjoy it I guarantee it
written by moopet on 28 July 2019
The story was laughable. The plot holes were immense. The dialogue was atrocious. The special effects were technically competent and pretty but cartoonish and unbelievable. Easily the worst film I've seen in the last year. If it was a bit campy, then it might have succeeded in a kind of sub-Flash-Gordon fashion.
written by Snapcase on 13 September 2019
I am so conflicted. We're introduced to the atlanteans with Nicole Kidman in a leotard and wet hair looking out of place in a living room and eating a gold fish. The first fight scene has so many dramatic zoom-ins with dramatic music I thought I was watching the dramatic chipmunk video. Willem Dafoe riding a fish! Cheesy lines like a bad 80's action parody. Some amazing CGI environments, others looked like they belonged in Diablo 3. Awful compositing throughout. Unnecessary detour through the Mines of Moria. Puzzles worthy of Lucas Arts point and click adventure games. A villain from 90s... read the rest.