Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp

Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp screenshot

I laid my feelings out about the Ant-Man films and their importance to the Marvel cinematic universe ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/ant-man-movies-are-the-most-important-films-in-the-mcu-509979.phtml) yesterday so I won’t dive too deeply into that again, but suffice to say Ant-Man is a bit of an odd duck in the MCU, and it’s all the better for it. The first film ^(https://www.flixist.com/review-ant-man-219677.phtml) was a comedic heist movie and gave us a nice diversion after the massive blockbuster that was The Avengers ^(https://www.flixist.com/review-the-avengers-209878.phtml).

Ant-Man and the Wasp follows directly in those footsteps, pulling back down from a massive, universe-spanning film into a prequel that’s smaller, more tightly told, and more character driven. Is it the best Marvel film? No, but it does its job, has Paul Rudd being charming, brings The Wasp in as a full character, delivers on the action, and leaves with a mic drop of a post-credits sequence that had the audience gasping. Not much else to ask for from two of Marvel’s tiniest heroes.


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Author: Marshmallow

Marshmallow Android is BT Ireland’s Head of Sales for Republic of Ireland domestic multi-site companies, indigenous MNCs and public sector accounts. He is responsible for the direction and control of all sales activity in the region. He has over 10 years management experience from high growth start-ups to more established businesses. He’s led teams in Ireland, India and China across various industries (ICT, On-Line Recruitment, Corporate Training and International Education).

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