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Marvel Studios introduces the newest member of the Avengers: Marvel’s Ant-Man. Armed with the amazing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, master thief Scott Lang joins forces with his new mentor Dr. Hank Pym to protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from ruthless villains! With humanity’s fate in the balance, Pym and Lang must pull off a daring heist against insurmountable odds. This action-packed adventure takes you to new levels of pulsepounding excitement!
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On a personal level, the only thing I didn't like was the attempt to tie it in with the Avengers (Falcon scene). All felt a little unnecessary as this film could quite easily have made it as a stand alone film but that's just a personal opinion and by no means detracts from what is a great film that I cant wait to see again.
Paul Rudd is well cast in the lead role and is allowed to maintain a level of humour we all associate with his other screen characters. Douglas and Lilly are great in their support roles too.
Great family viewing as even the kids loved it....even if there a couple of swear bombs dropped during the film.
'Scott Lang' (Paul Rudd) has just been released from prison after serving a 3 year sentence, he's a thief, a highly
skilled thief but a thief none-the-less.
He wants to go straight, having a steady job and staying out of trouble is a pre-condition laid down by his former
wife 'Maggie' (Judy Greer) allowing him again to build a relationship and have regular access to his daughter
'Cassie' (Abby Ryder Fortson) however there is a problem, nobody wants to give regular employment to an ex-con.
'Scott' is in a desperate position, he needs funds even though he doesn't want to return to prison or indeed let his
daughter down, but, what choice has he ?
Many years ago (late 80's) Dr Hank Pym' (Michael Douglas) owned and ran a large company, as a Scientist he was
thought to have developed a way of shrinking a man to the size of an ant, he denied that he'd perfected the method,
realising that should such a discovery fall into the wrong hands it could have catastrophic consequences and
implications for the whole of mankind, he'd denied his protege 'Darren Cross' (Corey Stoll) the means to replicate his
'Darren Cross' now owner of the company has spent years trying to perfect what he believes his mentor had indeed
created, he's getting close to being able to replicate the process and will have no qualms in selling it on....'Dr Pym'
who's daughter 'Hope' (Evangelline Lilly) 'holds a position of trust in 'Cross's' organisation which is how the doctor is
aware just how close he has come.Read more ›
The great thing here is the way the writers fully explore what the ability to shrink at will would really entail and what the consequences would be if the technology found itself in the hands of those with less than altruistic aims. All good, standard sci-fi tropes of course, but as usual, Marvel handles them with panache.
Paul Rudd is a convincing Everyman, despite his unfeasibly perfect physique, Michael Douglas reminds us what a great actor he is and we even get a brief cameo from personal fave Hayley Atwell as Agent Carter.
Family entertainment in the truest sense of the word. Buy it now!
I really liked Scott as a character in that he felt like one of the more realistic heroes in Marvel’s universe, he’s not a millionaire weapons designer genius playboy, nor is he an alien from Norse mythology.
The costume and set design were excellent, the slightly worn but authentic look of the Ant-Man costume contrasts sharply with the Yellowjacket which is all digitalised and weaponised. The film clearly doesn’t want to reveal the Yellowjacket too early so instead they find creative ways such as animation or grainy old films to show off the idea of the shrinking technology without ever making it clear if the technology is real or not.
The casting of Michael Dolgous, Paul Rudd were great choices, and in their supporting roles Evangeline Lilly and Corey Stoll deliver excellent performances too, while Michael Peña was well utilised as a comic relief character, not too over the top but just the right amount. There's great chemistry between Scott and Hank as they start to take on the role of mentor and protege, this leaves Hope feeling further distanced and resentful towards her father. The dynamic between the three has an awful lot going on and it really drives the story forward as we see how this dynamic develops.Read more ›
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