The current run of DC comic-book movies is winding down, and before we say goodbye

This is leaving us with Jason Momoa getting drenched by a baby as well as an octopus riding a seahorse. so thanks?

There's still an action-packed quest ahead in Momoa's talking fish sequel, "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom."

Director James Wan's new Atlantean adventure (★★½ out of four; rated PG-13; in theaters Friday) is released during a time of transition,

When superhero movies have lost some of their luster and the DC cinematic universe is rebooting – led by James Gunn and Peter Safran

Comes in 2025. But the film neither sinks nor swims: it floats along aggressively, with fine, fairly breezy promenades

And a brotherly one – without any particularly brilliant strokes. Since his last solo film in 2018, Justice Leaguer

and King of Atlantis) Arthur Curry (Momoa) has also added husband and father to his resume.