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Fantasy | Science Fiction | Super Hero

Warner Bro’s | DC


Directed by-
David F. Sandberg

Story by-    
Henry Gayden
Darren Lemke

Zachary Levi
Mark Strong
Asher Angel
Jack Dylan Grazer
Djimon Hounsou

Screenplay by-    
Henry Gayden



“The very fun and funny Shazam! is DC’s most joyful and sweet movie since the era of Christopher Reeve’s Superman”

“Shazam! is a lot of fun and it further proves how, in the wake of the success of Wonder Woman and Aquaman, DC’s movie future is indeed bright. Zachary Levi was born to play this superpowered man-child, delivering lots of laughs alongside sarcastic but amiable co-star Jack Dylan Grazer. After an awkward and obligatory opening, the latter three quarters pack some big surprises for comics buffs and offer enough mainstream appeal to win over new fans. While Dr. Sivana ties in nicely with the themes of how adults can influence children, this villain is ultimately little more than a means to an end for the story of a boy who must learn what it takes to be a (super)man”

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By First Post | Mihir Fadnavis

“DC finally realises borrowing the Marvel formula is not altogether a bad idea”

“Shazam is a momentous film – because this is the movie you’d remember for years as the moment DC finally rendered genuinely great cinema in its cinematic universe. This is also the moment where DC finally realized that borrowing the Marvel formula is not altogether a bad idea. With fantastic performances, a cracking script, a hilarious protagonist, fun set pieces, a genuine emotional core and even nods to the horror genre because of Lights Out director David F Sandberg being at the helm, Shazam is a delight from start to end”

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By Rotten Tomatoes

“An effortlessly entertaining blend of humor and heart, Shazam! is a superhero movie that never forgets the genre’s real power: joyous wish fulfillment”

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By Empire Online

“However, director David F. Sandberg, of the smart little horror film Lights Out and the proficient but ordinary Annabelle: Creation, is more drawn to the whimsy, charm and comic potential of the material. Ironically, this feels more like a Disney movie — in their mild-mannered superheroics phase, represented by the Flubber and Herbie films — than any of the Marvel comic book films released by Disney, with a clutch of appealing foster siblings (Faithe Herman is a standout) set to team with Billy in pretty much inevitable future adventures”

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By The Guardian

“kid-friendly DC adventure is enjoyably old school”

“while Shazam! might avoid many of the pitfalls that usually define DCEU offerings, there remains an insistence that more is more and since this is essentially a kids movie, dragging the plot out to a flabby 132 minutes is a staggering misjudgment. The finale, while admirably self-contained and small-scale, grinds on for far too long, a boring escalation of anti-climaxes that cumulatively dull the intended emotional impact. It’s a film in need of a tighter edit with a script in need of a sharper polish, an imperfect franchise-launcher that nonetheless represents significant progress for DC”

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By Hindustan Times

” Zachary Levi delivers the best DCEU film since Wonder Woman; a joyous ode to superheroes”

“Under the unlikely direction of Swedish filmmaker David F Sandberg, Shazam! is as magical as its title suggests; heartfelt, humorous and burdened by none of the hubris of Batman v Superman and Man of Steel”

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IMDb- 8/10
IGN- 8.8/10
First Post- 4/5
Rotten Tomatoes- 92%
Empire Online- 4/5
The Guardian- 3/5
Hindustan Times- 4/5

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