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** Orm’s insistence that the Brine King call him Ocean Master comes across as unbelievably silly. Especially thanks to that added echo.

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** Orm’s insistence that the Brine King call him Ocean Master comes across as unbelievably silly. Especially silly, especially thanks to that added echo.



-->"[[WebVideo/ImAMarvelAndImADC I WAS PROMISED AN OUTLET FOR MY RAAAAAAAAGGEEE THAT PATRICK WILSON SO ELOQUENTLY PROJEEEECTED FROM HIS DIAAAAAAPHRAAAAGHMMM]]"

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-->"[[WebVideo/ImAMarvelAndImADC I WAS PROMISED AN OUTLET FOR MY RAAAAAAAAGGEEE THAT PATRICK WILSON SO ELOQUENTLY PROJEEEECTED FROM HIS DIAAAAAAPHRAAAAGHMMM]]"DIAAAAAAPHRAAAAGHMMM!]]"



* The scene in the opening where the Sivana family crash their car in a horrifyingly real fashion is set to the extremely unfitting background track of the Christmas carol "Do You See What I See". It may, however, [[CrossesTheLineTwice be so tone-deaf and odd]] that it loops to at least yielding unintentional comedy for viewers with particularly sick senses of humour.
* The JerkJock bullies are such insanely over the top {{Jerkass}}es, including beating up a physically handicapped kid after ''nearly running him over with a car'' in full view of numerous other students ([[BystanderSyndrome none of whom bother to help Freddy out]]), plus one of them carrying a pair of nunchuks (ie a lethal weapon) on school property, that you just stop taking them seriously and wonder why they weren't thrown in jail years ago.
* The Wizard's [[WTHCostumingDepartment cheap-looking robes]] and [[SpecialEffectsFailure incredibly obvious fake wig and beard]] kind of distract from the intended gravitas of his scenes.
* You might have to stretch your suspension of disbelief a bit to buy that young Thad Sivana would grow up to be Mark Strong, ''especially'' when you compare it to how his father and brother aged.
* During the final battle, Billy gets his head held underwater at one point. When he dramatically resurfaces to say Shazam! after his attacker gets kicked off, it's done in a slow-motion shot that looks like it's from a 90's television movie.

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* The scene in the opening where the Sivana family crash their car in a horrifyingly real fashion is set to the [[SoundtrackDissonance extremely unfitting background track track]] of the Christmas carol "Do You See What I See". It may, however, [[CrossesTheLineTwice be so tone-deaf and odd]] that it loops to at least yielding unintentional comedy for viewers with particularly sick senses of humour.
* The JerkJock bullies are such insanely over the top over-the-top {{Jerkass}}es, including beating up a physically handicapped kid after ''nearly running him over with a car'' in full view of numerous other students ([[BystanderSyndrome none of whom bother to help Freddy out]]), plus one of them carrying a pair of nunchuks (ie (i.e. a lethal weapon) on school property, ''school property'', that you just stop taking them seriously and wonder why they weren't thrown in jail years ago.
* The Wizard's [[WTHCostumingDepartment cheap-looking robes]] and [[SpecialEffectsFailure [[SpecialEffectFailure incredibly obvious fake wig and beard]] kind of distract from the intended gravitas of his scenes.
* You might have to stretch your suspension of disbelief a bit to buy that young Thad Sivana would grow up to be Mark Strong, Creator/MarkStrong, ''especially'' when you compare it to how his father and brother aged.
* During the final battle, Billy gets his head held underwater at one point. When he dramatically resurfaces to say Shazam! "Shazam!" after his attacker gets kicked off, it's done in a slow-motion shot that looks like it's from a 90's television movie.


* In sharp contrast to the actors who portray Arthur as a child and in his current state, the actor representing a teenage/young adult Arthur seems to have...[[DullSurprise trouble]]...with his line delivery, which stands out in what's supposed to be one of the more emotional scenes in the movie.

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* In sharp contrast to the actors who portray Arthur as a child and in his current state, the actor representing a teenage/young adult Arthur seems to have... [[DullSurprise trouble]]...trouble]]... with his line delivery, which stands out in what's supposed to be one of the more emotional scenes in the movie.


** Orm’s insistence that the Brine King call him Ocean Master comes across as unbelievably silly.

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** Orm’s insistence that the Brine King call him Ocean Master comes across as unbelievably silly. Especially thanks to that added echo.

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* During the final battle, Billy gets his head held underwater at one point. When he dramatically resurfaces to say Shazam! after his attacker gets kicked off, it's done in a slow-motion shot that looks like it's from a 90's television movie.

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* You might have to stretch your suspension of disbelief a bit to buy that young Thad Sivana would grow up to be Mark Strong, ''especially'' when you compare it to how his father and brother aged.


* The emotional weight of Arthur’s [[spoiler: reunion with his mother]] is undercut by her wearing armor made from the bones of dead fish monsters.
* The Karathan [[spoiler: just letting Arthur grab Atlan’s trident after murdering everyone else who ever tried mainly because he can talk to it]] comes across like it just letting him do it out of sheer loneliness.

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* The emotional weight of Arthur’s [[spoiler: reunion with his mother]] is undercut by her wearing armor made from the bones of dead fish monsters.
* The Karathan [[spoiler: just letting Arthur grab Atlan’s trident after murdering everyone else who ever tried mainly because he can talk to it]] comes across like it just letting him do it out of sheer loneliness.


* The JerkJock bullies are such insanely over the top {{Jerkass}}es, including beating up a physically handicapped kid in full view of numerous other students, plus one of them carrying a pair of nunchuks (ie a lethal weapon) on school property, that you just stop taking them seriously and wonder why they weren't thrown in jail years ago.

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* The JerkJock bullies are such insanely over the top {{Jerkass}}es, including beating up a physically handicapped kid after ''nearly running him over with a car'' in full view of numerous other students, students ([[BystanderSyndrome none of whom bother to help Freddy out]]), plus one of them carrying a pair of nunchuks (ie a lethal weapon) on school property, that you just stop taking them seriously and wonder why they weren't thrown in jail years ago.

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!!''Film/{{Shazam|2019}}''

* The scene in the opening where the Sivana family crash their car in a horrifyingly real fashion is set to the extremely unfitting background track of the Christmas carol "Do You See What I See". It may, however, [[CrossesTheLineTwice be so tone-deaf and odd]] that it loops to at least yielding unintentional comedy for viewers with particularly sick senses of humour.
* The JerkJock bullies are such insanely over the top {{Jerkass}}es, including beating up a physically handicapped kid in full view of numerous other students, plus one of them carrying a pair of nunchuks (ie a lethal weapon) on school property, that you just stop taking them seriously and wonder why they weren't thrown in jail years ago.
* The Wizard's [[WTHCostumingDepartment cheap-looking robes]] and [[SpecialEffectsFailure incredibly obvious fake wig and beard]] kind of distract from the intended gravitas of his scenes.


* The Karathan [[spoilers: just letting Arthur grab Atlan’s trident after murdering everyone else who ever tried mainly because he can talk to it]] comes across like it just letting him do it out of sheer loneliness.

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* The Karathan [[spoilers: [[spoiler: just letting Arthur grab Atlan’s trident after murdering everyone else who ever tried mainly because he can talk to it]] comes across like it just letting him do it out of sheer loneliness.

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* The emotional weight of Arthur’s [[spoiler: reunion with his mother]] is undercut by her wearing armor made from the bones of dead fish monsters.
* The Karathan [[spoilers: just letting Arthur grab Atlan’s trident after murdering everyone else who ever tried mainly because he can talk to it]] comes across like it just letting him do it out of sheer loneliness.


*** There’s also just how brown the liquid is. Lex, you ‘’really’’ need to drink more water.

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*** There’s also just how brown the liquid is. Lex, you ‘’really’’ really need to drink more water.


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* While directly cribbed from ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns, Batman’s mech armor looks bulky and hard to move in.


** Superman’s Jesus pose as he casually floats out of the hole in Zod’s ship before going after the World Engine is hilariously forced.




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** Made worse when Superman responds that it doesn’t apply to him because he’s not actually human. What?



* [[spoiler:During the climactic fight against Doomsday, Wonder Woman gets knocked over with her legs in spread eagle, and the camera lingers just a bit too long.]]

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* [[spoiler:During the climactic fight against Doomsday, Wonder Woman gets knocked over with her legs in spread eagle, and the camera lingers just a bit too long.]]
]] Her satisfied smile, while completely in character, makes it look really awkward out of context.



** Boomerang “surviving” against a metahuman becomes even funnier when you find out in ''Film/JusticeLeague'' that the Flash has never been in a real fight before and mainly just pushes bad guys over.



** His laugh in the hotel room is so unbelievably forced, it’s kind of hilarious.



** While this is more of a thing with the character overall, his skill with firearms is somewhat undercut by him using wrist mounted ones that don’t even operate like normal guns.




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* The way the movie’s BrokenAesop comes about. Diana spends the entire movie convinced that Ludendorff is really Ares and, if she kills him, the war will automatically end. At the end, [[spoiler: she kills him only to find out he isn’t Ares and HumansAreBastards that don’t need to be swayed by a mystical god of war to try to kill each other.]]. [[spoiler: Except no, Diana just had the wrong guy and, yes, humanity really IS under the thrall of Ares and, once he’s dead, war’s done.]]. The way the movie so deftly undoes the previous two hours of build-up is a thing to behold.


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** Just the fact that Superman can fly around with a building without it crumbling apart in his hands is hilariously cartoony.


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** Orm’s insistence that the Brine King call him Ocean Master comes across as unbelievably silly.


** The pause in between the third and last time he says even makes it seem like the filmmakers ''knew’’ it was going to go memetic and are trying to build up to it.

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** The pause in between the third and last time he says even makes it seem like the filmmakers ''knew’’ ''knew'' it was going to go memetic and are trying to build up to it.


** The pause in between the third and last time he says even makes it seem like the filmmakers ‘’knew’’ it was going to go memetic and are trying to build up to it.

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** The pause in between the third and last time he says even makes it seem like the filmmakers ‘’knew’’ ''knew’’ it was going to go memetic and are trying to build up to it.

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** The pause in between the third and last time he says even makes it seem like the filmmakers ‘’knew’’ it was going to go memetic and are trying to build up to it.


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*** There’s also just how brown the liquid is. Lex, you ‘’really’’ need to drink more water.

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