Duration: 1 hr 58 min
SYNOPSIS : In the wake of Captain America: Civil War Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) is struggling with choices he has made as Ant-Man as a dad when Hope van Dyne AKA The Wasp (Evangeline Lilly) and Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) appear with a new mission
"...While the stakes are low, the care factor is high — Ant-Man And The Wasp cleverly grounds its story in personal relationships, especially between fathers and daughters. By throwing its weight behind these intimate ties, the film’s emotional resonance is much stronger than if it had followed the usual path of the threat of mass destruction."
"...We've been watching people in Latex suits with CGI accessories battle for supremacy for so long that these days they have to possess something really original to stand out from the crowd.
The most recent example to meet this criterion was Black Panther, the first black superhero. Ant-Man isn't that kind of ground-breaker – despite the help he receives from Lilly..."
"Interested observers had high hopes for Evangeline Lilly’s Wasp, who is officially recognised as Ant-Man’s partner in the title of this fun, family-friendly sequel...
...But Hope Van Dyne, who goes by her mother’s surname, lacks the humour and/or hubris of her male counterparts..."
"...Alas, rather than revisiting Ant-Man’s entertaining premise in a fittingly low-key way, this follow-up squeezes its concept into the routine Marvel formula. ...."