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Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

"The tide is turning."

PG-13 2023-12-20 Action 2hr 4m

Black Manta seeks revenge on Aquaman for his father's death. Wielding the Black Trident's power, he becomes a formidable foe. To defend Atlantis, Aquaman forges an alliance with his imprisoned brother. They must protect the kingdom.

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Storyline

Black Manta seeks revenge on Aquaman for his father's death. Wielding the Black Trident's power, he becomes a formidable foe. To defend Atlantis, Aquaman forges an alliance with his imprisoned brother. They must protect the kingdom.

  • Released
    2023-12-20
  • Revenue
    $433,285,802
  • Budget
    $205,000,000
  • Runtime
    2hr 4m
  • Genre
    Action, Adventure, Fantasy
  • Status
    Released
  • Language
    English, 한국어/조선말
  • imdb-logo
    5.7
  • Production
    Warner Bros. Pictures, The Safran Company, Atomic Monster, DC Films, Domain Entertainment

Crew

James Wan
Director
James Wan
Producer

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Cast

Jason Momoa

Jason Momoa

Arthur Curry / Aquaman
Dolph Lundgren

Dolph Lundgren

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Jani Zhao

Jani Zhao

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Martin Short

Martin Short

Kingfish (voice)
John Rhys-Davies

John Rhys-Davies

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Natalia Safran

Natalia Safran

Council Lady
Samuel Gosrani

Samuel Gosrani

Mercenary Tech
Jay Rincon

Jay Rincon

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Sohm Kapila

Sohm Kapila

Reporter
Ingrid Bisu

Ingrid Bisu

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Grant Huggair

Grant Huggair

Surface Dweller
Osian Roberts

Osian Roberts

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Jonny Vaughton

Jonny Vaughton

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Jay McDonald

Jay McDonald

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Jonathan Bremner

Jonathan Bremner

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Jack Waldouck

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Tyler Burger

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Junior Baby
Bodhi McCabe

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Noah Rowe-Mayer

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Julie Chang

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Reporter
Mark Kwak

Mark Kwak

Reporter
Jon Birkbeck

Jon Birkbeck

Orm Suit Performer
Michael Beach

Michael Beach

Jesse Kane (archive footage) (uncredited)

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Movie Reviews

Reviews for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom
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A Review by msbreviews 6

Written by msbreviews on 2023-12-21

FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://fandomwire.com/aquaman-and-the-lost-kingdom-review/ "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is a 'fine' farewell... read more

FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://fandomwire.com/aquaman-and-the-lost-kingdom-review/ "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is a 'fine' farewell to the DCEU. Jason Momoa and Patrick Wilson's amusing chemistry offers plenty of entertaining moments, as their characters' complex relationship takes center stage as the primary thematic force. Mostly consistent from a visual standpoint, featuring well-executed set pieces that will leave the more action-addicted fans satisfied. Nevertheless, the overreliance on exposition, a messy narrative structure, and other minor yet questionable decisions detract from the overall cohesiveness of the story. As the final installment, it's a pretty accurate mirror that reflects the highs and lows of the cinematic universe as a whole. While far from a mind-blowing send-off, it encapsulates the essence of the DCEU - a journey filled with few triumphs, many missed opportunities, and incomprehensible disasters." Rating: B-

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A Review by Geronimo1967 6

Written by Geronimo1967 on 2023-12-24

So here's good old "Arthur" (Jason Momoa) sitting around the house playing nursemaid to his young son with his wife "Mera" (Amber Heard) whi... read more

So here's good old "Arthur" (Jason Momoa) sitting around the house playing nursemaid to his young son with his wife "Mera" (Amber Heard) whilst all in his underwater kingdom is peaceful. Well not for long! "Black Manta" (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) is still a tad narked after the last film (five years ago!) and now armed with an useful geek "Dr. Shin" (Randall Park) sets out to discover a secret trident that will enable him to destroy "Atlantis" altogether and maybe also release the long captive "Kordax" (wasn't that the stuff they used to make telephone cables from?) to help make his revenge complete. Initially hopelessly outgunned by his nemesis's sonic gun, he has to resort to the drastic step of rescuing his imprisoned brother "Orm" (Patrick Wilson) - whom you may recall he was instrumental in deposing and incarcerating in the first place; and hoping that he will join forces with them, "Atlanna" (Nicole Kidman) and "King Nereus" (an almost unrecognisable Dolph Lundgren). With battles lines drawn the films goes from "Narnia" to "Middle Earth" via the "Lost World" and even a bit of "Ice Station Zebra" for a series of ploddingly slow and disappointing set-piece adventures. To be fair, the last half hour does lift the pace a little, but by then I'm not sure if it wasn't all just a rather too late. Momoa is trying very hard here, but he's no Dwayne Johnson, and even the dulcets of John Rhys-Davies as the "Brine King" - with or without his claw - can't really raise this from it's pretty weak and feeble doldrums. Of course it looks good, loads of quality CGI and visual effects, but the story is light and overly strung out for two hours that really did feel more like two days at times. It's harmless fodder for Christmas cinema with very little to actually dislike about it - it's just the latest in a series of equally forgettable super-hero films that I suspect will leave no impact at all in the snow afterwards.

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A Review by justhappytobehere 4

Written by justhappytobehere on 2024-01-26

Not clear who this movie was made for. Perhaps somewhat worth it to see Khal Drogo get piss dumped into his gaping mouth 3 or so times (twic... read more

Not clear who this movie was made for. Perhaps somewhat worth it to see Khal Drogo get piss dumped into his gaping mouth 3 or so times (twice human, once octopus), but otherwise this is another shit show. There is something particularly obnoxious about these super hero movies that strut around with such confidence while being so incredibly stupid and intellectually bankrupt. Perhaps if this was clearly aimed at children it could be forgiven, whatever, kids will laugh at anything, but when they insist that the bulk of the adult population be amused by this...

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A Review by hamfaceman 3

Written by hamfaceman on 2024-01-30

This movie was really quite terrible. I didn't watch the whole thing, but the parts that I did see were incredibly boring and poorly acted a... read more

This movie was really quite terrible. I didn't watch the whole thing, but the parts that I did see were incredibly boring and poorly acted and the underwater stuff looks terrible. 2 hams carved into the shape of fists with the thumbs pointed downwards.

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A Review by Manuel São Bento

FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://fandomwire.com/aquaman-and-the-lost-kingdom-review/ "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is a 'fine' farewell to the DCEU. Jason Momoa and Patrick Wilson's amusing chemistry offers plenty of entertaining momen...

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A Review by msbreviews 6

Written by msbreviews on 2023-12-21

FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://fandomwire.com/aquaman-and-the-lost-kingdom-review/ "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is a 'fine' farewell to the DCEU. Jason Momoa and Patrick Wilson's amusing chemi...

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reviewer avatar

A Review by Geronimo1967 6

Written by Geronimo1967 on 2023-12-24

So here's good old "Arthur" (Jason Momoa) sitting around the house playing nursemaid to his young son with his wife "Mera" (Amber Heard) whilst all in his underwater kingdom is peaceful. Well not for ...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by justhappytobehere 4

Written by justhappytobehere on 2024-01-26

Not clear who this movie was made for. Perhaps somewhat worth it to see Khal Drogo get piss dumped into his gaping mouth 3 or so times (twice human, once octopus), but otherwise this is another shit s...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by hamfaceman 3

Written by hamfaceman on 2024-01-30

This movie was really quite terrible. I didn't watch the whole thing, but the parts that I did see were incredibly boring and poorly acted and the underwater stuff looks terrible. 2 hams carved into t...

read more