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From the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes Ant-Man and the Wasp. Still reeling from the aftermath of Captain America: Civil War, Scott Lang is enlisted by Dr. Hank Pym for an urgent new mission. He must once again put on the suit and learn to fight alongside the Wasp as they join forces to uncover secrets from the past.
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Ant Man and the Wasp
From the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes “Ant Man and The Wasp,” a new chapter featuring heroes with the astonishing ability to shrink. In the aftermath of “Captain America: Civil War,” Scott Lang grapples with the consequences of his choices as both a Super Hero 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 the past.
Despite a history of crime, Scott turned his life around after leaving prison and became the hero known as Ant-Man - even if he had to steal to do it. This new lifestyle led to him being put on house arrest after the events of Civil War, where he sided with Team Cap. Scott's shrinking and growing abilities are sure to help save the day.
After taking a teaching role, Hope is finally going to step into the fray herself. She's trained for this her entire life, and has been given an even more advanced suit than her partner. Wasp can shrink just like Ant-Man, but she also has wings that allow her to fly and blasters to pack an extra punch in combat. With the help of her father, they're still trying to rescue her mother from the Quantum Realm.
Janet Van Dyke
Janet is a selfless person who would not hesitate to give her life to save millions, shown when she used her regulator to shrink between the molecules to disable a Soviet missile becoming trapped in the Quantum Realm as a result.
Hank's days as a superhero may be behind him, but he's still a vital part of this heroic team. The creator of Pym Particles and both suits for Scott and Hope, he's usually the smartest guy in the room. He's on the run with Hope as they continue their Quantum Realm research.
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Set before the disintegrating events of Avengers: Infinity War with Thanos and his giant purple naughtiness, the threat here is personal and not so much Universal.
Paul Rudd is the eponymous hero flouting his house arrest in attempting to rescue Janet, Dr Pym’s (Michael Douglas) wife and Wasp’s mother, from the Quantum Realm, where she’s been for the last 30 years, before the window of opportunity closes.
Using technology attained from the black market they aren’t the only ones seeking solutions from this mysterious dimension. Sonny, a suitably smarmy Walton Goggins, is in it for the money, whilst Hannah John-Kamen’s wraith like Ghost is in her own race against time and one that warrants sympathy.
What follows is a very funny action film that doesn’t reach the heights of recent Marvel movies, but has a frivolousness about it that provides a welcome relief after the seriousness of it’s more sinister cousins.
Very much an ensemble piece, there are some superb additions to the excellent supporting cast in the form of Laurence Fishburne and Michelle Pfeiffer. Once again Michael Peña’s Luis is given the lion’s share of funnies, ably backed up by his security consultancy crew.
Rudd’s effortless charm mixed with Lilly’s action skills and Douglas’s grumpy old man routine help the story to flow along nicely and whilst a lot of the film repeats what the previous Ant-Man brought us, the stunts are grander and the ideas wilder. You’ll never look at a Hot Wheels car the same way again.
Ant-Man and the Wasp is not as hard-hitting as we’ve come to expect from this particular superhero world, but it’s a lot of fun and buzzes into the MCU at just the right time.
Stick around for two extra scenes. One mid-credits you will NOT want to miss, and one at the very end just for fun.
Ant Man and the Wasp retains the first movie’s cast: Paul Rudd continuing in the lead role as ex-con Scott Lang trying to go straight and adding in the terrific Randall Park as Officer Woo – an FBI agent responsible for Lang’s parole, giving a masterclass in subtle comic acting. Walton Goggins is another welcome addition, as ne’r do well Sonny Birch; the movie’s only real villain, whilst Laurence Fishburne adds typical gravitas as Bill Foster, another scientist who once worked closely with Ant Man’s creator Hank Pym (an increasingly grizzled but still excellent Michael Douglas).
Surprisingly, the film’s first hour seems quite muted, as it gets the audience up to speed on what Lang and his ex-con associates have been doing since the events of the first one – namely setting up the wittily named ‘X-Con’, providing security for businesses. Lang himself is under house arrest for two years following the events of Captain America: Civil War and is also estranged from Dr Pym and his former lover Hope, Pym’s daughter. We see a little of Lang’s family, but this time they are very much on the side-lines, although his daughter does have an intermittently meatier role.
The movie’s second half is much more frantic – and all the better for it. On top of the shrinking effects, used to such good effect in the first film, we now have super-sizing, and it is this that provides much of the comedy that is the backbone of the film.
Overall, Ant Man and the Wasp builds nicely on the events of the first movie; ties-in smoothly with the wider cinematic universe, and most importantly, features another inspired cameo from co-creator Stan Lee.
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