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First, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson definitely looks and acts the part. On the strength of this movie,he would also have portrayed a much better "Conan the Barbarian" than Jason Momoa. I'm not familiar with the original comic book this version of Hercules is based on, but I find this movie an interesting departure from the way the titular character is usually portrayed. Even though a lot of the creatures Hercules faced may have been "fictionalized"(considering the context of mythology and "tall tales"), he's still very much a ultra-competent superhero. I think Hercules humanity comes across better than most other movies or books that have portrayed him, and "The Rock" does an admirable job of bringing this across. Whereas he was somewhat stiff & stilted in "The Scorpion King", Johnson has since improved and it definitely shows in this movie.
I used this product to wash my car and the car looks great. The car doesn't quite look like it's been waxed, but it looks much better than if it had been washed with a cleanser without a wax. That said, I'm hesitant to use this product much longer because of how it affects glass surfaces. In the winter mornings when I have lots of dew on my car, the sun will shine on windows with dew and create a blinding white glare. I mean the glare is so bright that I have to squint and hold up my hand to block out the glare. Imagine frost or dew on your entire back window, the sun hitting it, and the entire window turning into a blindingly bright source of light. I think the wax is responsible for this issue. I'm wondering if anyone else has had to deal with this besides me.