The Blue Beetle is likely an unfamiliar comic book character to many, so it’s a shame that Jaime Reyes’ origin story didn’t dive more into the decades of mythology that exist. The film’s biggest strength lies in its depiction of Latino culture and its family dynamics, but it suffers from horribly uninteresting antagonists and a lack of creativity. It’s entertaining enough to give a positive review, just don’t expect this to stick with you very long.
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