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Not visually as good as Aquaman of course, but it has some qualities, especially some humour and a good sense of rythm. And a quite nice bunch of actors.
Love this refreshing and daring movie. James Wan takes risks, and gives us a very nice and funny homage of the 1980's movies, with this kitschy and not so serious flick, that has among the most beautiful pictures, costumes and cinematography of super-hero movies we have seen in a long time, and probably won't see before a long time either.
Also behind this funny script, there also is a subtext, not only speaking of the planet as we could have expected, but also saying something about wars, nations, diversity, and the hope that sometimes we will go beyond our usual conflicts to see the link that makes us one people, like water and earth make one earth.
Gripping plot with a romantic touch, and endearing characters make this film noir very peculiar and fascinating.