#20 Ant-Man and the Wasp 2018

The twentieth film in the Marvel movie order.

We explore Scott Lang’s world during house arrest, as Hank and his daughter ask for his help.

Ant-Man along with the Wasp had the impossible job of following Avengers: Infinity War, also it sensibly chose to do its own thing rather than attempting to one-up Thanos. Hope van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) and Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), who have been on the run by the FBI because the events of Captain America: Civil War, have assembled a tube which will take them to the Quantum Realm so that they could save a trapped Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer). However they want a lost piece of this puzzle out of Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), who is three times from the end of the house-arrest sentence. With loads of callbacks into the very first Ant-Man, the verbal and visual gags largely soil, and the actions scenes are engaging and also take whole benefit of its own landscape. Although it probably will not convert any viewers that aren’t keen about its own titular hero, Ant-Man along with the Wasp is an enjoyable and funny movie that does not overstay its welcome.

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#12 Ant-Man 2015

The twelfth film in the Marvel movie order and conclusion to MCU Phase 2.

We are introduced to Scott Lang and Hank Pim, who become extremely important characters later on in the MCU.

Ex-con Scott Lang is recruited by physicist Hank Pym to put on his older Ant-Man lawsuit and steal his firm’s own technology following Hank’s protege efforts to earn a bundle based on his previous technician. Even though Hank’s daughter Hope van Dyne is much more competent in any way, Scott handles to prevent Yellowjacket and finds the Quantum Realm for himself. And while Hope does finally get her own lawsuit, Ant-Man’s planet is going to get even larger.

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