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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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A bit sloppy. Not what is expected from DC animations. It's as bad as a Marvel animation.
Excellent animation and direction propel this fast action feature that plays like a part of a longer storyline.
DC Animated movies never disappoint.
Poor sorry and my reason for that is not a whole lot of action as I was hoping Plus there were some characters that I did not find interesting
Watchable..DC really is off his game.
A solid origin story for Arthur Curry, but the underdeveloped villains and the inclusion of the Justice League feel less of a triumph for the King of Atlantis.
Should have been a solo movie and not a Justice league movie
Bad boring animated dc movie.
You wanna get work done? Talk to fish.
The main problem with it is not so much the plot which, it seems to me, is a classic origin story, despite not doing anything new or exciting, but rather the fact that there simply isn't enough time to tell the story they wanted to without there being so much that doesn't make sense. It feels incredibly rushed leaving you with little to no time to get to know any of the characters or understand their motivations. Add to that the generic action sequences that fail to thrill and you have a nonsensical, somewhat bland and forgettable addition to the DC animated universe.