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Aquaman: Review

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Aquaman: Review

Imogen Santoyo, staff reporter

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 Earth was once home to the advanced civilization, to a city called Atlantis which is now an underwater kingdom ruled by the power-hungry King Orm. With an army at his disposal, Orm plans to conquer the aqua people, as well as the surface people. But the one standing in his way is Aquaman, which is Orm’s half-human, half-Atlantean brother; and but he know it yet. With help from royal counselor Vulko, Aquaman must retrieve the legendary Trident of Atlanta and to embrace his destiny as the protector of surface and sea. This movie got a 7.4/10 on IMDb most liked it, some didn’t. In my opinion this movie was a perfect twist of romance and action. I don’t often enjoy action, but this movie won me over by being very comical and romantic.

  Aquaman brings action and romance together. When they have Arthur and Mera interact with one another it instantly gives off loving vibes. When Orm trying to rule Atlanta it gives off action vibes, especially when Arthur and Orm have a fire battle and Orm almost kills Arthur. This movie is one that some will love and some will hate only for the fact that it’s not how most would imagined.

  Despite being comical it’s very tear jerking especially when Arthur’s mother had to go back to Atlanta to rule the kingdom and she told his  father to go to the dock and one day she’ll be there. So Arthur’s father waits at the dock everyday waiting for Arthur’s mother to reshore. Arthur dislikes Atlanta for the fact that  they took his mother away from him.

  This movie makes you hate, love and  cry, over it’s timing/characters,and unexpected events. It’s a movie that most would never suspect to have a ton of emotion in. It’s a movie that most have been waiting for where action brings in romance.

 

 

 

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