Shazam! Fury of the Gods (2023)

Shazam! Fury of the Gods (2023) 7.2

 
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Watch the film Shazam! Fury of the Gods – Billy Batson and his adoptive brothers, who transform into superheroes by saying “Shazam!”, are forced to return to action and fight the Daughters of Atlas, who they must stop from using a weapon that can destroy the world. “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” comes with two strikes against it as it’s not only a studio-produced sequel but also a superhero film being made in 2023. One should expect a certain level of creative committee-mandated, Mad Libs-y monotony, regardless of how one feels about “Shazam!” which is very good. The creators of the 2019 franchise’s fairly decent upstart, including director David F. Sandberg, toned down the Troma Lite cynicism and post-Spielberg sentimentality that had come to define the lighthearted James Gunn-style superprojects that dominated the landscape. “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” meanders further in that direction. The first “Shazam!” works well because it focuses largely on two teenage pipsqueaks, Billy Batson (Asher Angel) and Freddy Freeman (Jack Dylan Grazer), who get sucked into a common fantasy, with help from their extended family of orphaned friends. “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” largely sticks to the comic book formula the first film poked fun at, despite a strong comedic performance from star Zachary Levi and some sporadic yuks. It’s more difficult and less convincing than the first “Shazam!” but the rest of the food is still quite hot. Billy, Freddy, and the members of their foster family return to fight the latest vengeful plot thread, this time a trio of vengeful witches called the Daughters of Atlas, led by Hespera (Helen Mirren) and Kalypso (Lucy Liu), who want revenge. their father, Atlas (not in this picture). The identity of the third Princess was once shrouded in mystery. Billy’s anxiety speaks loudest for the “Marvel Family”, as comic fans know them, a group of friendly teenagers who, after shouting the magic word “Shazam”, were granted godlike superpowers. But even residents of Philadelphia, where most of the “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” happens, apparently not knowing who these kids are

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