Last year, Instant Family was a film that attempted to shine a light on the process of foster children and blended families that bond together to create a house of love. I thought that movie stunk, in a lame attempt at making people feel good, and helping Mark Wahlberg inch closer in his efforts to become father of the year. What I did not expect, however, was that this year, the exact same message of family and love, would come from Shazam!, another superhero movie that never feels like a superhero movie at all. Director David F. Sandberg (Lights Out; Annabelle: Creation) brings the DC character to life with plenty of humor, emotional gravity, and enough heroic action to keep us thoroughly entertained. Shazam! is a delightful, electric experience, that all audiences should be excited for.