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SHAZAM! New DC Superhero Movie

Although there are no attractive fighting scenes like the previous DC, Shazam movies! brings an extremely funny atmosphere with lots of emotions around adopted children and our main character – Billy Batson / Shazam.

Shazam! revolving around Billy Batson, an orphan who is searching for his lost mother. He was adopted into a new family with the power of falling from the sky given to him by an eminent old mage. Since then, Billy has to learn how to control new powers, integrate with his new family and face an evil man trying to kill him and destroy the world.

Shazam! take viewers on a journey to find a family, so that we realize that families are not necessarily people with blood ties. In the United States, there are about 428,000 children living in care camps and about 135,000 children are adopted each year. These children either don’t know who their parents are or are abandoned by themselves. Among them, there are children who fled to find their families with the thought that only their parents could let them feel true love.

Billy Batson is one of those children. However, the main content of the film not only revolves around Billy as well as superhero Shazam but also about the children in those nurturing homes about how they deserve to receive care and care. as well as the ability to give away their love.

Shazam! Director, David F. Sandberg is the person who directed the movie Annabelle: Creation. Annabelle 2’s content also revolves around the story of adopted girls, and they must work together against an evil force. Perhaps this is the reason why David handled so well the story of the young characters in Shazam !. The experience of making two horror movies, “Lights Out” and “Annabelle 2,” helped him create rather gruesome scenes in a superhero movie that targets people of all ages.

Interesting content of the film is partly due to the acting ability of the child actors. Asher Angel in the role of Little Billy had pretty good acting showing the disobedience of a boy who ran away from home nurturing 23 times and his eyes filled with sadness when he wanted to find his family. Most importantly, the child actors work well together to make viewers experience bad and funny situations as well as own one of the most impressive scenes in this movie.

A NUREVIEWS PHOTO TOUR OF NEW YORK COMIC CON 2013

Thursday, October 10th to Sunday the 14th was perhaps the most exhausting and longest weekend I have experienced so far in my life. Navigating through the crowds of the con and streets of New York was not for the agoraphobic. At least finding a way to the convention in NYC wasn’t a complete labyrinth, just follow the closest cosplayer you see, and you should be at the con in no time. Everywhere you turned your head on the con floor, you’d see a vendors with so much merch of all sorts of media. A nerd/geek’s shopping spree can get as nasty as a Black Friday shopper. It’s almost like an addiction. “I can stop buying swag whenever I want…or run out of money”. Finally, the patience of Buddha is required for the waiting lines for panels. Some people waited for 9 hours in the panel hall just to get into the Walking Dead panel. At least you could kill time reading comics, right?

Nevertheless, New York Comic Con is one of the few times of the year I actually get hype about. Hanging around like-minded friends, engulfed in all things geek is just a swell feeling. Down below you can see the pictures we snapped from the convention. We’ll be releasing a video of interviews and footage we captured later this week. Enjoy.

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Some of these pictures might be blurry. We apologize for this. We promise to be mindful of the quality next time we release a photo set.

NUREVIEWS 2012 SUPERHERO MOVIES DISCUSSION

Join NUReviews as we discussion this year’s superhero movies: The Avengers, The Amazing Spider-Man, and The Dark Knight Rises.