Marvel’s Ant-Man is now in theaters!

The next evolution of the Marvel Cinematic Universe brings a founding member of The Avengers to the big screen for the first time with Marvel Studios’ “Ant-Man” when master thief Scott Lang must embrace his inner hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym, protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats.

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  1. I thought it was good. The only part that shocked me was what happened to subject 34c. I was thinking during that scene “surely they wouldn’t have 0anything bad happen to something so cute”

  2. Ant–man was super fun! It was more like guardians of the galaxy in that it exceeded expectations, unlike Avengers AOU. My only complaint is the dropping of the p-word in the cat bugler vs robbery scene. My wife and I cringed; because We took are 10 and 12 year olds kids. I know it’s PG-13, but the p-word what the heck. Yes it’s in reference to the cat part of cat bugler, but it was thinly veiled.

  3. I thought it was pretty darned good and I’d rank it in the top half of the MCU movies. Definitely a more satisfying movie than AoU.
    Rudd and Douglas were both really great as Pym and Lang, and I liked Pym’s distaste for Stark, and hence SHIELD and the Avengers. He’d had his hands in all that stuff, and losing Janet led him to abandon all of it. I also liked the idea of Lang being a legacy character adopting the Ant-Man identity from someone else, setting up the notion in our minds for Falcon to become Captain America.

    Speaking of Falcon… Falcon’s appearance felt pretty organic tying Lang to the greater MCU and was one of my favorite scenes in the movie. Lang’s constant apologies for what he was doing were really funny, and it was great character stuff.

    The ant’s-eye-view perspective made the action sequences seem really fresh. The shrinking/growing stuff was presented really well and it’s such a weird power it gave the movie a bit of different visual feel by necessity.

    I like that the stakes were personal for all the characters, as opposed to world threatening. I was taken by surprise at my own reaction to a certain minor character’s fate. I thought the mix of comedy, action and drama was pretty well balanced. One of my favorite gags in the film was a nod to Kirby, which is always nice to see along with a nod to Al Milgrom as well.

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