Aquaman (2018)

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Audience Score
69
Review Score
90
Aquaman
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Half-human, half-Atlantean Arthur Curry is taken on the journey of his lifetime to discover if he is worth of being a king.

Aquaman Review

For all those superhero fans who miss Chris Hemsworth's earliest iteration of Thor, DC has delivered unto them "Aquaman," the story of a hard-drinking, roguish hero unprepared and reluctant to assume the mantle of leadership bestowed upon him by birthright.

James Wan, inheriting the character after his introduction in "Justice League," fabricates an operatic and often compelling origin story that oozes with contemporary resonance, both in terms of its use of environmental messages to drive the plot and its use of an actor of mixed heritage to play a biracial hero. But much like with so many movies tasked with introducing unseen worlds and great reams of brand-new mythology, Wan's contribution to the DC Extended Universe too often proves a busy, overpowering deluge of information, even if he conjures some stunning, operatic imagery along the way.

Aquaman Collection

Film series focusing on DC Comics character Aquaman.

Movie Details

Theatrical Release:December 21st, 2018 - Buy Tickets
On Digital & Streaming:March 5th, 2019 - Watch Now
On DVD & Blu-ray:March 26th, 2019 - Buy DVD
Movie Budget:$160,000,000
Movie Box Office Gross:$1,152,028,393 (Worldwide)
Original Language:English
Executive Producers:Geoff Johns, Jon Berg, Walter Hamada
Production Companies:Warner Bros. Pictures, The Safran Company, DC Films