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The DC Universe movies have been a hit with most audiences and critics and that much has not been denied. The films have been edging closer to home with director Zack Snyder (300, Watchmen, Batman v. Superman) taking the reigns. Justice League: Throne of Atlantis is a definite step up from the previous film “Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice”, that’s for sure. It’s a lot of fun, but it’s not really a must-see film. I think that Justice League’s story is pretty good, but not amazing. It’s an entertaining DC Universe movie and fans should be happy they got this.

The movie takes place within the last month of the war, and so the world should be post-apocalyptic with the only survivors being the Atlanteans and “enemies” (human forces) of Atlantis. The most notable of these enemies is Ocean Master, the ruler of Atlantis that is responsible for the death of his father and initiates the war on the surface.

When Ocean Master is corrupted by an invasion of aliens from another dimension he creates a humanoid weapon called Shazam, that is capable of removing the human mind from its physical being. This and the death of Aquaman (Zachary Levi), the son of Atlantis’ King of the surface, gives us the origins of a young Arthur Curry (Jackie Earle Haley) who is not only learning to rule his people, but trying to find a way to retake Atlantis from the monsters that took it.

Atlantis is coming to the big screen once again, and with Aquaman out of the mix we know who will be in charge, save for a few supporting characters. It was really interesting making a sequel because I was able to be a lot more creative. The DC Comics universe gives me the freedom to make movies without worrying about the continuity.

It feels like the Justice League movies are divided into two camps: the competent ones, like Dark Knight Rises, Suicide Squad, and Justice League, where it’s fun to watch these familiar DC characters fly around and act like their usual, efficient, and well-written selves. Then there are the underwhelming ones, like the mediocre trailers for Justice League, Green Lantern, and (especially) Aquaman. This is not the case with Justice League: Throne of Atlantis.
In Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, AQUAMAN is the global superstar. He’s beloved by millions, but also a controversial figure due to his role in the destruction of Atlantis. But it’s a role he’s come to embrace. Now that he’s with the Justice League, Arthur Curry feels the need to transform his life – and is using his superhero abilities as the catalyst. But in the wake of the battle with Brainiac, Arthur takes a shocking discovery in the direction of his past – revealing his identity to the world as a half-human, half-Atlantean who’s destined to become the King of Atlantis.
Kevin Smith isn’t anywhere near the best writer, but he does a good job with his adaptation. From the beginning, Smith focuses on getting the premise down – Ocean Master is a bad dude, Arthur Curry has big shoes to fill, and Aquaman’s dad is alive (this may not have really been established in the comics, but this is the only way the writers could have established it without putting Aquaman in a bad light). He also seems to get pretty good performances out of the other Justice League members, so he probably does some good work with the story.