Okay! I saw Ant-Man And The Wasp this past weekend and I could not stop thinking about it. Whether you just got into Ant-Man because you want to see if any clues would be shown in what the hell happened in Infinity War. Or you want to see how Scott Lang is doing after Captain America: Civil War. Well, I recommend you definitely heading over to your local theater and seeing this film so you could find out yourself. This is a Non Spoiler Review so I won’t say anything that is already obvious in the trailers.
The Official Synopsis of Ant-Man And The Wasp:
“Scott Lang is grappling with the consequences of his choices as both a superhero and a father. Approached by Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym, Lang must once again don the Ant-Man suit and fight alongside the Wasp. The urgent mission soon leads to secret revelations from the past as the dynamic duo finds itself in an epic battle against a powerful new enemy.”
During the movie we see Scott Lang dealing with his choices from previous events. When everyone in the audience was thinking…where has Ant-Man been? Well, you learn what exactly happened. We meet up with Dr. Pym and his daughter Hope but, they have some major problems that they are dealing with and they team up with Scott once again to help resolve these issues. Of course, it would not be a Ant-Man movie without his friends. Michael Peña as Luis steals the show! He had the audience laughing so hard. We also meet a few new threats that make it even more difficult to continue their mission. Ghost played by Hannah John-Kamen was amazing, she brought a human side to her character that I quite enjoyed. Bill Foster played by the legendary Laurence Fishburne does not disappoint. I personally have never read any prior Ant-Man comics so I was fully surprised to learn everything surrounding his character.
The movie spans 2h 5m. It went pretty fast for me, I thoroughly enjoy Paul Rudd as Ant-Man he brings humor and warmth to this role. Also, Evangeline Lilly finally showing off her suit as The Wasp was a rush! She’s badass and balances out Paul Rudd personality perfectly. And without going into details Michelle Pfiffer’s moments on screen were great. It was easy for me to understand why they picked her for the role as Janet Pym from the first Ant-Man film in 2015 to 2018, we finally get to see more scenes with her and it was worth it.
Are There Any End Credit Scenes?: DUH! This wouldn’t be a Marvel movie without them! PLEASE STAY FOR BOTH END CREDIT SCENES. Both are seriously important to the MCU and you don’t wanna miss it. I’m still thinking about it haha.
Should you skip or see?: For me it is a definite SEE. If you love anything Marvel and really care about these characters don’t sleep on this. It will make you laugh and feel good when you leave the theater.
Watch Ant-Man And The Wasp Today in your local theater. See the trailer below 🙂