Interest Level: Young Adult
Main Performers: Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Peña, Michael Douglas
Director: Peyton Reed
Studio: Marvel Studios
Run Time: 118 min.
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Scott (aka Ant-Man) is almost at the end of his house arrest. So of course everything goes nuts when he has a dream that Dr. Pym's wife is alive in the Quantum realm. Soon he is embroiled in the attempt to bring her home, prevent the bad guys from stealing the Quantum technology, and rescue The Ghost if possible. This is all while maintaining the ruse that he is obediently still at home. With wise words from his little girl, Scott is able to save his family and the world yet again.
The action in Ant-Man and the Wasp is awesome with a heady amount of on-the-go transitions from large to small to gigantic and back again. The speed stays hurly-burly through the story as The Wasp and Ant-Man battle the money-driven villains for control of the Quantum generator. This movie is a very fun and funny action-filled trip to the theater.