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Aquaman (12A) (SCENE)

Arthur Curry (Jason Momao) is a reluctant hero. He doesn’t want to be a ruler, and he didn’t want to join the Justice League. Unfortunately, you don’t always get what you want, and the half-Atlantean never really had much choice in the matter.
Son of a lighthouse keeper and Atlantean queen Atlanna, Arthur has the ability to manipulate the tides, swim at super speeds, and communicate with ocean life (not to mention the superhuman strength). He’s more than just a human, and has to take the responsibility that comes with it.
After the death of Atlantis’ previous ruler, Aquaman is voted to be king of the underwater kingdom. He’s is reluctant about stepping forward – until he learns what will happen if he turns his back on his responsibility…
Aquaman’s half-brother, Orm (Patrick Wilson), has come from the surface to challenge him for the throne.
About to declare war on the surface world, Orm has every intention of wiping out the humans of the surface world, who he believes have polluted the oceans and brought wars to once-peaceful waters. When the surface dwellers and Arthur’s subjects of Atlantis engage in conflict, he doesn’t really want to get involved. But there’s murmurs that the Atlantean’s may be planning to invade land, sick of the actions of the surface dwellers, which means Arthur cannot stand at the sidelines.
The only way for Aquaman to stop the war and save the people he loves is to take his rightful place as king.
An incredible production from director James Wan, best known for his work on The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2. Aquaman is based on the DC Comics character of the same name, who was also the leading character from the Justice League movie, along with other adaptations.
The film brings together a stronghold of talent including Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones) and Amber Heard (The Danish Girl) who both reprise their roles from Justice League. Dolph Lundgren also stars (The Expendables 2) along with Patrick Wilson (Hard Candy).

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