The DC Extended Universe\u2019s\u00a0Aquaman is scheduled to premiere in less than a month and fans of the franchise can barely contain their excitement for the release of the much-awaited adaptation. \r\n\r\nThankfully, critics have already seen the last cut of the movie and they are not shy about sharing their opinions about the movie. While coy about details and careful with spoilers, it seems like the James Wan\u2019s feature gets a thumbs up from most industry insiders. \r\n\r\nIn a tweet, Screen Rant\u2019s Andrew Dyce praised the movie calling it both beautiful and fun. According to Dyce, the film doesn\u2019t apologize for what it is. He teases fans to expect a deluge of laughter and cheering especially in the second half of the movie: \r\n\r\n\u201cAquaman is a breathtakingly beautiful, weird, badass, FUN idea of a modern superhero fantasy (anime) and makes zero apologies. Second half's one cheer\/laugh after another. Imagine '80s Schwarzenegger starring in "Hideo Kojima's AVATAR" and you're most of the way there. #Aquaman\u201d read the tweet. \r\n\r\nLikewise, Comicbook Debate gushed about Aquaman. The critic praised DCEU director James Wan for his choices and commends the movie - calling it a blast: \u00a0\r\n\r\n\u201c#AQUAMAN is an absolute blast! James Wan creates a thrilling story & makes a worthy entry in the DCEU Full of spectacle & highlighted by creatures of the abyss, Wan creates an engaging adventure. The heart\/emotion of the film resonated most, amplified by strong cast performances\u201d read the update. \r\n\r\nThe praises for Aquaman come as no surprise for most of the franchise\u2019s fans. Considering how passionate Jason Momoa aka Aquaman himself is about the project, the stellar reviews isn\u2019t all that shocking. \r\n\r\nIn an earlier interview with Entertainment Weekly, Momoa exclaimed about getting the part of Aquaman. According to the Hawaiian native, he is very proud to represent his people on screen. He thinks that he is perfect for the role and he is excited to show the feature to his kids: \r\n\r\n\u201cI feel like it\u2019s an honor to represent my people, Hawaiians. I\u2019m a brown half breed, and it\u2019s pretty awesome. And this is the first thing my kids get to watch. I felt very loved. My kids can\u2019t watch Game of Thrones. Maybe Stargate. [For Justice League they] got to go to the movie theater and see papa in movies and got to be there with me.\u201d\r\n\r\nHe continues to explain that with Aquaman all he really wants to do is to make fans proud of their output: \r\n\r\n\u201cI have Aquaman in me, and he\u2019s somewhere I don\u2019t have to reach far to access. [Game of Thrones horselord] Drogo was harder to play, where I had to learn a different language and do certain things that I don\u2019t think are right. I want to make Aquaman fans proud. A lot of the real Aquaman fans love him, and I love them for it. And some people don\u2019t like him \u2014 my job was to kind of come in and make this guy cool. I was worried [at first] that maybe they wouldn\u2019t like me. But they\u2019ve responded really well.\u201d\r\n\r\nAquaman is scheduled to be released across the country on December 14, 2018.