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Ant-Man and the Wasp

13 Jul, 2018
1 hrs 58 mins
98,238 votes
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In the aftermath of the civil war that tore The Avengers apart, Scott Lang is struggling to come to terms with his responsibilities as a superhero and a father. As he grapples with these problems, Dr. Hank Pym and Hope van Dyne come calling with yet another mission. With Hope van Dyne by his side as The Wasp, Ant-Man takes on the assignment in a bid to unravel certain secrets from his past.
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Verdict: This movie is exactly what we needed after Avengers: Infinity War. While all the fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and everyone else who lined up to see Avengers: Infinity War await for its sequel to release next year, Marvel has provided us with a tiny distraction. The follow-up to the 2015 movie Ant-man is finally here and it has been making statements already. Ant-man and the Wasp ... ...Read full review
Ant Man and the Wasp is not just a very entertaining film but also a testament to the quality of Marvels movie machine and the creative heads that run it. Twenty films in, the consistency that Marvel has showcased is unparalleled and surprisingly, the films seem to be getting better with each new addition. Director Peyton Reed did not get enough credit for his work in the first part because of the Edgar Wright behind-the-scenes drama, but this is the film that will cement his place as one of the most unique and necessary talents in the Marvel family. ...Read full review
For a premise where the main guy can size-shift from ant to giant, the struggle is surprisingly real. No matter how fantastical the high jinks get, the people under the ultra-equipped suits are every bit flesh and blood. Throw in tons more of the genial vibe and cheerful humour that made the first Ant-Man moviesuch a lark and director Peyton Reed`s zappy sequel is the very definition of easy-peasy fun. ...Read full review
It is more likely that you remember the lyrics to the rap portion of Linkin Parks In the End than you do the finer details of the first Ant-Man movies plot. Despite being more forgettable than your least favourite colleagues phone number, the first Ant-Man film was received with far more kindness than it deserved. It had such a difficult production that you could almost smell the breath of relief most viewers exhaled when they realised that it hadnt tarnished the Marvel Cinematic Universes gleaming reputation. ...Read full review
Having delivered a surprise hit with Ant-Man in 2015, director Peyton Reed again banks on the fact that the biggest strength of his Marvel superhero is his ordinariness and likeability. ...Read full review
Scott Lang, (Paul Rudd as Ant man) the former convict turned ant-riding, size-altering superhero is indebted to help Dr Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and his daughter Hope aka the Wasp (Evangeline Lilly), for what he did to them two years ago. The three must dig into the past to unravel secrets that attract the unsolicited attention of their unusual nemesis. ...Read full review
As if shrewdly timed to calm our nerves after the big bang that was Avengers: Infinity War, Marvels latest offering Ant-Man and The Wasp is a breezy, lighthearted, and relatively low-stakes adventure. Its not as if the characters in this film dont flirt with danger, or that there arent any bad guys trying to do them in there are. But nobodys trying to end the world, nobodys wiping out entire citiesand boy is that a relief! ...Read full review