As Scott Lang balances being both a superhero 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.
In the aftermath of Captain America: Civil War (2016), Scott Lang grapples with the consequences of his choices as both a superhero and a father. As he struggles to rebalance his home life with his responsibilities as Ant-Man, he's confronted by Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym with an urgent new mission. Scott must once again put on the suit and learn to fight alongside The Wasp as the team works together to uncover secrets from their past.Written by
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The laboratory incorporates elements of various scales and was obviously enhanced when at various scales. Examples of this include an enormous battery and electric guitar volume knob and the like, with most everything else at human scale. The wheels and tote handle were obviously installed when the building was at the smaller size then, as with the battery and knob, expanded along with the building. See more »
(at around 26 minutes) When Hope is fighting the henchmen in the kitchen, you see one guy grab the only knife on a cutting board and throw it at her. In the slow motion scene you even see his long follow through. Yet as we track Hope, she dodges 3 knives in rapid succession which could not have been thrown that fast.
Also the knives are not flying end over end as they should be. See more »
Dr. Hank Pym:
I still think about the night your mother and I had to leave you.
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As in Avengers: Infinity War (2018), Marvel Studios logo changes the "io " in the word Studios to the numbers "10" to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. See more »
Everyday Is Like Sunday
Written by Morrissey (as Steven Morrissey) and Stephen Street (as Stephen Brian Street)
Performed by Morrissey
Courtesy of Sire Records/Parlophone Records Ltd.
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Ant-Man and the Wasp: On par sequel
I love what Marvel have done in the creation of their "Universe" it's an overwhelming triumph and despite my fears they managed to slot Antman in there perfectly back in 2015.
A heavily comedic character is was heavy on charm, humour and elevated by a fantastic charm. Truth be told I found myself really hyped for the second movie, more than any other (Except GotG).
With every cast member both big and small returning a fantastic villian and the one and only Laurence Fishburne, the stars were aligning for another fantastic addition to the universe. And it is................kind of.
Regarding the previous films I've enjoyed them all with the exception of two. I didn't see the appeal in Dr Strange and thought that Black Panther was one of the most overrated movies in the history of the industry.
Antman 2 delivers, it does just not to the extent I hoped. Rudd, Lilly and Douglas are excellent once again and the story is fantastic though I think much of the impact of some of the story is highly lacking.
Our new villian delivered more than I'd ever expected, Pfeiffer was a great addition and Pena managed to annoy me less than usual!
The first movie got a solid 7/10 from me and this sequel is recieving the same. What that means is I consider it a good film, it's just not exactly groundbreaking stuff. I feel the movie played it a tad safe and didn't meet its potential.
Regardless it's funny, it's action packed and it's likeable and therefore it's another Marvel success in my book.
Fits into the universe well
I still don't like Pena
Some of the impact was lost
Things I Learnt From This Movie:
Lilly is a very clever actress who picks her roles well
Someone still needs to explain to me how they do that age regression thing sfx
Walton Goggins has friends in high places
The size shifting has all kinds of bedroom possibilities
Truth serum IS a thing
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