It seems we have something to look forward to when Aquaman hits theaters.
While everything we have seen up to this point of Aquaman has looked great, you just never know how much you should truly trust marketing materials. Now, a screening has happened and it looks as though we can believe what we’ve been seeing.
Over on Reddit, a user by the name of MaxBorne discussed the screening, but made sure to not to say too much.
I cannot confirm or deny that I’ve seen this movie but if I had I would probably say that it’s certainly going to be their most well received movie yet. It’s tone closely parallels Ant-man & The Wasp and Thor: Ragnarok and this movie will be liked by the biggest audience, although it will probably suffer from some criticism that it deviates heavily from the original tone of the DCEU to more closely resemble The MCU. But again I reiterate, this would only be my opinion if I had somehow already seen the movie in an advanced screening, which I am not saying I have done.
And then, more users took to Twitter to share their thoughts.
I can say I have seen #Aquaman I can't talk about details but I can tell you it's a major achievement in film making and storytelling it's a display that Walter hamada is doing a great job it's evidence that James should direct more DC movies
— mick minas (@MOVIESTVMAD) November 8, 2018
Aquaman is my top DC movie now. You heard it here first. First to watch it on the west coast!
— Carl Abellana (@carlcarlsonnnn) November 8, 2018
Aquaman was sooo gooood!!! 🙌🏽😬 https://t.co/kKpGCe3rjJ
— alejandґґґa【=◈︿◈=】 (@aleJOHNdra_) November 8, 2018
— KC Walsh (@TheComixKid) November 8, 2018
So… about #Aquaman. A reaction from final film:
– It's pretty good! Not groundbreaking, but solid
– Action is good, story is alright
– CGI is decent
– Score is meh
– Mera/Arthur are hit and miss
– Overall, a good film pic.twitter.com/vK678zRptE
— baji (@AemonBarz) November 8, 2018
It sounds as though it’s going to be a good time, and now we really can’t wait for it!
Aquaman hits theaters in the U.S. on Dec. 21.