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As Scott Lang balances being both a Super Hero and a father, Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym present an urgent new mission that finds the Ant-Man fighting alongside The Wasp to uncover secrets from their past.
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When Newton activates the drone subroutine, the screen displays the name of the protocol as CMD LIMA VICTOR 426, as a nod to the movie Aliens, where most of the action takes place on a moon called LV-426. See more »
Jake Pentecost says in a pep talk that when he was a kid, he "jumped into a Jaeger". a character asks how far he got, and he finally answers "a few steps". It is impossible that he got into the Jaeger at all, as they require an entire team to start them up, not to mention that he would need to be wearing a special suit with the modifications installed by another team. Without this suit he would of not been able to connect to the Jaeger at all. See more »
I Knew It Would Suck As Soon As I Saw The Disney (So-Called) Star Wars Guy...
.... and I was correct.
Every character overacts. Every character is exaggerated.
Since Legendary was bought by Chinese every single one of their movies has useless Chinese characters. Here we see a regression of that. It is not just silly Chinese character parachuted in for no good reason doing nothing (like in Kong). Here they are the managers, the bosses and the decision-makers - with toooooo much make up too for some reason.
The whole legend of jaegers and kaiju comes from Japan of course and the Chinese left a single Japanese character in the whole film. She is pretty, has a nice body and pretty face. But her hair is so short she looks like a boy from the neighborhood or your chum from elementary school (yikes).
Just another dumb sequel
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