Ant-man and the Wasp

Ant-man and the Wasp

DVD - 2018
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As Scott Lang balances being both a superhero and a father, Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym present an urgent new mission that finds Ant-Man fighting alongside the Wasp to uncover secrets from their past.
Publisher: [Burbank, California] : Marvel Studios, [2018]
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (approximately 118 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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The Wasp (Evangeline Lily, playing Hope van Dyne) gets title billing in this fun Ant-man sequel. Hope and her father, scientist Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), believe Hope's mother, scientist Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer), may be stuck in the quantum realm. Featuring excellent action and humor... Read More »

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Feb 20, 2020

Funny but predictable. Enjoyable but I'm ok never watching it again.

Jan 09, 2020


Nov 18, 2019

The supposed science in the Ant-Man movies is ridiculous, but the reason to watch them is the charming actors playing appealing characters. Paul Rudd is the reluctant hero, Evangeline Lily is the reluctant love interest, and Michael Douglas is the reluctant scientist who wishes he had a more mature hero to mentor. But the movie is all-but stolen by a supporting character in the form of Michael Pena as the enthusiastic but dopey henchman. The highlight of the film is when he summarizes events from the movie while the other cast members act out the scenes in time to his narration. Pena is just a little ray of sunshine, which is a terrific surprise given that the last role I had seen him in was the brutal tank driver in the grim war movie “Fury.” Even if this movie had nothing else going for it, Pena would have made it worth seeing, but Ant-Man and Wasp also delivers the fast-paced fun we’ve come to expect from Marvel movies.

caleherreman Aug 23, 2019

This is a fast-paced film with a big cast and a lot of moving parts. Everything that made 2015's Ant Man so fun is here: shrinking and growing everyday objects, friendly ants who are cute if you give them a chance, Paul Rudd as the affable hero, Michael Douglas as his cranky mentor, Evangeline Lilly, who now *also* has a superpowered shrinking suit, and Michael Pena as fast-talking Luis. This time, Douglas is on a quest to find his missing wife while criminals are trying to grab his inventions, Lilly can shrink and fly, there is a ghostlike costumed figure pursuing our heroes, Lawrence Fishburne appears as a bitter academic rival to Douglas, and Rudd needs to keep a humorless FBI agent off his back. This film is funny, relentless, with plenty of visual thrills.

Jun 04, 2019

An important movie to watch before "Avenger's End Game."

May 09, 2019

Directed by Peyton Reed in 2018 as a sequel to 2015's Ant-Man, this American superhero drama depicts a mission to fight alongside the Wasp to uncover secrets from the past.
Although the visual effects and inventive use of shrinking and growing in the action scenes appear great, I don't like big ants roaming meaninglessly in the lab.
After all, the story doesn't seem like my cup of green tea.

May 02, 2019

Marvel has another winner!
I really liked this sequel! Ever since I had seen Ant-Man, I was hoping that they would be able to do another one, following the collaboration of this character, and was not disappointed.
Scott Lang/Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), and Hope van Dyne/Wasp's (Evangeline Lilly: The Hurt Locker: 2008; Reel Steel: 2011; Hobbit: 2013-14) chemistry works for me, along with the good script and the introduction of Ava/Ghost (Hannah John Kamen: Game of Thrones (tv): 2016; Killjoys (tv): 2015-19; Ready Player One: 2018; ), character and their opposite efforts in finding Wasp's mum, Janet van Dyne/Wasp (Michelle Pfieffer).
Enjoyed the melding blend of continued humour and seriousness that make up the rest of the cast that were played well by Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), Luis (Michael Pina: Buffalo Soldiers: 2001; Million Dollar Baby: 2004; Lions for Lambs: 2007; American Hustle: 2013; Ant-Man: 2015), Cassie (Abby Ryder Forston: Ant-Man: 2015; A Dog's Journey: 2019), Dave (T.I.), Paxton (Bobby Cannavale: Parker/Blue Jasmine: 2013; Spy/Ant-Man: 2015), Maggie (Judy Greer), Dr. Bill Foster (Laurence Fishborne), Sonny Burch (Walton Goggins: Shanghai Noon: 2000; Lincoln/Django Unchained: 2012; The Hateful Eight: 2015; Tomb Raider: 2018).

Mar 31, 2019

Not a bad movie, just not as good as the original. Like a lot of sequels, the writing and the interplay seem a little more forced, trying to recapture the magic of the original.

JCLBeckyC Mar 30, 2019

I adore Paul Rudd, and all the actors did a great job in this fun and funny superhero flick. Luis on truth serum fanboying over Moz is one of the funniest scenes in cinematic history.

Mar 08, 2019

Good sequel, I thought it would be bad, but it ties right in with Infinity war. Recommended sequel.

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JCLBeckyC Mar 30, 2019

Luis : “Oh, my abuelita had a jukebox in the restaurant! Yeah, only played Morrissey. And if anybody ever complained, she'd be like ‘Oh, ¿no te gusta Moz’. You know, Chicanos we call him ‘Moz’. ‘Then, ¡adiós!’. What can I say? You know, we relate to this melancholy ballads. You know?”

Jan 22, 2019

Scott Lang: [shrunk down to a child's size; runs into Pym's car after going undercover in a school]

Dr. Hank Pym: Hiya, champ, how was school today?

Scott Lang: Aw, ha ha ha! Alright, get your jokes out now, can you fix the suit?

Hope van Dyne: So cranky.

Dr. Hank Pym: You want a juice box and some string cheese?

Scott Lang: Do you really have that?


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Jan 22, 2019

Violence: sci-fi action fight scenes


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