Hey guys, we’re doing a spoiler-free review on Black Adam. I’m Edgar and I’m
Bert now lets get into this movie review. This film sets a new tone to the DCU, it introduces the powerful character of Black Adam and his origins. Set on a dark
path after the death of his son, Adam’s return after a 5 000 year imprisonment lands him in the middle of a revolution. A power struggle all leading to the world’s destruction only with Adam’s help will humanity have a chance to survive. His power can destroy the world all on its own. The Justice Society isn’t taking any chances and decide to try and stop Adam without considering his intentions or sense of humanity. He must decide whether to team up and save the world from destruction or do nothing and watch it get destroyed.
Alright it’s time to rate the movie. A quick rundown of how we rate movies. We use multiple categories and rate them from 1 to 5 where 1 is the lowest and 5 is the highest. We’ll kick things off with the Action category. Black Adam is a man of few words, so he lets his fists do the talking. This film captures the dark and action-packed scenes resembling those straight out of the comics so we give it a 4 out of 5. Now we’ll talk about the Suspense category. This film has moments that will have you on the edge of your seat and leave you wanting more. Not to mention it has a very good surprise for DC fans. We rate it 3 out of 5. Finally, we’ll talk about the Comedy category. No modern superhero is complete without humor and Black Adam has some great moments. Witty lines and good comedic timing. We thought it was pretty good, we give it a 3 ½ of 5.
Alright guys we’re going to finish things off with our personal and critical scores. We grade the scores using alphabetical system where A+ is entertaining and D- is boring.
Our personal score is Black Adam feels like a step in the right direction for the DCU. With this film being refreshing from recent superhero films not being focused on
humor and family adventure but darker more serious themes. We really enjoyed
the film personally so it’s a B+ for us. Next, we will give our critical score. We felt that the film had more thought put into it since heading in the right direction. Though we wish that some of the supporting characters in the film had more significance and better interactions. Still, we don’t have much to complain about for this film we
critically give it a B. Parents keep in mind when taking the family to the theaters that this film is Pg13 for violence and mild gore. That’s our review of Black Adam. Thanks