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Date de sortie : 2019-03-23
Durée : 132 Minutes
Par : Silver Fox Entertainment, DC Entertainment, Callahan Filmworks, DC Comics, New Line Cinema, Warner Bros. Pictures, The Safran Company, Mad Ghost Productions
Genres : Action, Comédie, Aventure, Fantastique
Acteurs : Zachary Levi, Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer, Mark Strong, Djimon Hounsou, Grace Fulton, Faithe Herman, Ian Chen, Jovan Armand, Cooper Andrews

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On a tous un super-héros qui sommeille au fond de soi… il faut juste un peu de magie pour le réveiller. Pour Billy Batson, gamin débrouillard de 14 ans lacé dans une famille d’accueil, il suffit de crier “Shazam !” pour se transformer en super-héros. Ado dans un corps d’adulte sculpté à la perfection, Shazam s’éclate avec ses tout nouveaux superpouvoirs. Est-il capable de voler ? De voir à travers n’importe quel type de matière ? De faire jaillir la foudre de ses mains ? Et de sauter son examen de sciences sociales ? Shazam repousse les limites de ses facultés avec l’insouciance d’un enfant. Mais il lui faudra maîtriser rapidement ses pouvoirs pour combattre les forces des ténèbres du Dr Thaddeus Sivana…

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Shazam! is DC’s most joyful and sweet movie since the days of Christopher Reeve’s Superman, a funny yet earnest coming-of-age story about a boy who learns that, well, with great power comes great responsibility. So obviously, Shazam! doesn’t reinvent the superhero movie, but it’s an undeniably fun time that left me wanting more big-screen adventures with these charming characters.

Where Wonder Woman bore the weight of expectations as the first major modern female superhero film and Aquaman had a load of world-building (and redemption) to do, Shazam! is saddled with no such heavy, external burdens. It’s thus able to be as carefree as a child, to just have fun despite having to inevitably grow up and confront some very adult concerns along the way. Namely, how streetwise orphan Billy Batson must accept responsibility for his behavior if he’s going to prove truly worthy of the magical gifts bestowed upon him.

Ably played as never too obnoxious nor too earnest by Asher Angel, Billy is a good kid at heart who’s largely been mistreated by others. This shoddy treatment speaks to the very important moral at the heart of this particular story (and its villain’s motivations). The key message of Shazam! is that it’s gravely important how adults treat children, whether it’s through remarks or rejections or the choices adults make that impact a child’s emotional development. At the same time, it’s ultimately up to the child to decide whether they turn out kind or unkind.

Billy is a flawed character who screws up, but it’s in watching him learn from his mistakes that we grow to legitimately care about him. The film largely avoids the maudlin and manipulative when it comes to this story of a 14-year-old boy seeking answers, his way in the world, and finding the true meaning of home among a misfit foster family.

The movie nicely provides a rarely seen positive depiction of foster care, as the most recent family to take Billy in are legitimately good people who truly want the best for him. Of this family — which includes the adorable, but not overly precocious younger sister Darla (Faithe Herman) — the character with the most development is Billy’s foster house roommate Freddie (wonderful scene-stealer Jack Dylan Grazer), whose skills as an in-universe DC fanboy help him fill the mentor role for our fledgling and decidedly ungeeky superhero. Freddie and Billy/Shazam’s friendship is the heart of this movie and it doesn’t squander their often hilarious interactions as two kids playing with fire taken from the gods.

But none of the above would matter if the center of the movie, its key performer, was weak; thankfully, that isn’t the case here. Zachary Levi is perfect as Shazam. He’s hilarious, heartwarming and completely believable as a 14-year-old boy trapped in a muscle-bound superhero’s body, excelling in both the action scenes as well as in the more vulnerable moments. I could never imagine anyone else in the role after watching Levi here, and his comedic chemistry with Grazer is spot-on.




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