|Release Date||:||08/02/2018 (GB)|
|Time||:||01 Hours 59 Minutes|
Just when his time under house arrest is about to end, Scott Lang once again puts his freedom at risk to help Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym dive into the quantum realm and try to accomplish, against time and any chance of success, a very dangerous rescue mission.
written by Gimly on 13 September 2018
It's fun to see big stuff get real little and little stuff get real big, but Ant-Man and the Wasp suffers the same problems of its predecessor, except this time with an added issue, one that effects many movies (and even more TV shows), the problem of 'The entire movie didn't have to happen if people would just have had normal human conversations with one another'. Final rating:★★★ - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go.
written by John Smith on 13 October 2018
Actually quite good! It's like a less-weird, but more fun version of a Deadpool - in the sense that it is both filled with action but also with fun acting. I recommend it for a Saturday evening. It is quite wholesome.
written by Per Gunnar Jonsson on on 25 November 2018
I did indeed enjoy this movie…somewhat. However I cannot say that I was overly impressed. The story was okay. I would not expect a deep and thought provoking story from a super hero movie nor would I want it. It served as a decent enough vehicle for moving things forward. Most of the actors did a good enough job of the role they were given which in some cases was pretty much mission impossible given some of the overly silly characters in the movie. In particular I got tired of Luis almost before the first scenes he was in had finished. He was just so silly that you started to wonder what... read the rest.
written by tmdb44006625 on 9 March 2019
For fans of the first one, which includes me, Ant-Man and the Wasp is more of what you like. More heisting. More car chases. More Giant Man. More of the three wombats. More humour. More mediocre villains. More romance between Scott and Hope. More family bonding. And of course, more quantum realm. It's fun. It's light hearted. It works. That post credit scene though .... 😲
written by Louisa Moore - Screen Zealots on 27 March 2020
“Ant-Man and the Wasp” is a really weird Marvel movie. Like its pint-sized superhero, the film doesn't quite fit in with the typical MCU big screen canon and is a laid back yet thoroughly forgettable entry into the fatigued superhero genre. The story doesn't try to tie too much together (save for a mid-credits scene), there's not an over-dependence on rambunctious CGI effects, and the attempts at humor feel oddly forced (I'd estimate only 30% of the jokes land successfully). Despite the lame title characters and the ever-likeable Paul Rudd‘s offhand charisma, this film gives the impression t... read the rest.
written by Peter M on 6 August 2020
I have the impression that this movie is not a favorite of the hardcore Marvel community, which makes sense, as I am not part of that community and this is flat out my favorite entry into the Marvel line. In fact, it is the only Marvel film I have recommended my wife watch with me. (She hasn't taken me up on it yet.) I like the humor from the Scott Lang character and its self-deprecating tendency. Perhaps it would be over the top in a more serious entry like the infinity movies, but it works here. I really enjoy the chemistry between him and his daughter and I even appreciate the Luis charac... read the rest.
written by ikomrad on 6 November 2020
The Ant-man and Wasp is simple, silly movie with some redeeming features. It grew on me despite the silly acting and twisting plot that had a few unnecessary scenes. The special effects were pretty good, and I liked most of the combat scenes. They went a little overboard with CGI, which broke through my suspension of disbelief on a few occasions. There were too many characters who played a weak villain. None of them felt like a real threat to any of the heroes. That gave the movie a very cartoonish feel. What was weird that Ant-man's love interest Wasp, played by Evangeline Lilly, look... read the rest.
written by r96sk on 23 January 2021
A fine watch, but the novelty and freshness that the first film had has dissipated. I enjoyed 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' just about enough. It's the MCU's weakest film, up until this point at least, so far. I rate the 2015 film quite a bit, it's entertaining and something different, but this sequel kinda felt flat to me for the majority. There's marginally enough there to like though. Paul Rudd is satisfactory as the lead, while Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas and Michael Peña remain as solid as before. Michelle Pfeiffer and Laurence Fishburne are cool additions, but I can't say th... read the rest.