"Shazam 2" M station 51 points, Rotten Tomatoes 68% fresh, interesting but messy
DC's new movie "Thunder Shazam! The media ratings of Wrath of the Gods have now been lifted. At present, the average score of this work on M station is 51 points, the freshness of Rotten Tomatoes is 68%, and the score of IMDb is 7.1 points.
Critics who gave positive reviews said that this work is a very solid sequel with a lot of interesting content. Critics who gave negative reviews said that this work is very messy, a commercial disguised as a superhero work, full of all kinds of bad jokes.
Excerpt from some reviews:
Film: "Shazam 2" focuses on the key points of a comic book movie. The acting is very good, the sense of humor is very strong, and the stakes are also high. It has a comic book-like momentum and visual effects that can only be seen in comic books. .
USA TODAY: "Shazam 2" is full of myths, monsters, and magic. It is too heavy in some places, but because of its serious and dull protagonist, it is very grounded.
Colloder: In the "Shazam" movies, there are some potentials that have never been realized, especially this new work. It often feels like DC wants to come up with a Spider-Man-like character in its own world. Open your eyes and you can see this possibility.
Empire: The second Shazam is bigger, weirder, and funnier than the first, and despite some tiresome episodes, it's still entertaining. Who wouldn't want to see Helen Mirren play an all-powerful Greek goddess?
Screendaily: Fans have seen most of the film, but Levi at least tries to make it fly.
Los Angeles Times: This may have been a shitty Skittles ad masquerading as a superhero, but it was Levi's performance that sent it into the loathsome stratosphere.
Zachary Levi talks about the future of "Shazam!" movie and expresses confusion over the low ratings for "Shazam 2". He criticizes the increasingly toxic online environment where some people try to destroy a movie project based on personal preferences. ...