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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023)

Action / Adventure | 125 minutes

Genre: Action / Adventure

Duration: 125 minuten

Alternative titles: Ant-Man 3 / Ant-Man and the Wasp in Quantumania

Country: United States / Australia / Canada

Directed by: Peyton Reed

Stars: Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly and Jonathan Majors

IMDb score: 6,1 (166.164)

Releasedate: 15 February 2023

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania plot

"Witness the beginning of a new dynasty."

After Scott Lang saves the world from Thanos with the Avengers, he decides to unravel his personal story in a book that will bring him unprecedented fame. However, the fame drives him further and further away from his daughter Cassie and the rest of his family. But then a freak accident happens and the family is swallowed up in another dimension.

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avatar van Freakje554


  • 29 messages
  • 27 votes

A Marvel/Star Wars movie

If you know Marvel movies, you know that this movie is completely different from the others...

Great Star Wars feeling, which is not really bad for me.

But little to no humour...

I also think the story is simple.

I think Kang is a big plus point, because Jonathan Majors does this very well.

3.5 (which is low for me to give to a Marvel movie).

Expected more, but there is much more to come

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avatar van FlorisV


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Both the most spectacular and the least of the three parts. Mainly due to a lack of humour. The thieves from the earlier parts, good for the extra comic note, have disappeared. And where the previous parts still had some tension through vicious exchanges between Ant and Wasp, the two have now become a set without any conflict. In the beginning, this part also goes on the woke tour because daughter has become a kind of Einstein within a short time, without any investment. After this, a colorful CGI fest quickly erupts, which itself impresses with all the designs of strange creatures and vehicles. It also starts quite nicely with a kind of Star Wars-esque cantina scene. But the excess that Marvel now has the patent on does more harm than good. You'd almost think Michael Bay is making all those movies these days. All the nice, funny things that made the first two Ant Man parts so enjoyable have been replaced with an overdose of bombast.

A typical superhero ailment that I have also seen in many comics is to want to cram more and more characters into 1 story anyway. That way it becomes a long list of check marks. And with every part you see that getting worse. I don't know a single superhero who was still fun after 3 parts. Spiderman rebooted. At Ironman, the cake was also clearly finished.

In fact, all of them. Lately I've been reading more comic books, especially French ones, with at least as high a sf content. And a lot of cool movies could be made of that. For me this is yet another reminder: why do I still go to Marvel movies? These were perhaps the last crumbs from that musty-smelling drum before me.

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Film Pegasus (moderator films)

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The MCU has been suffering from fatigue for some time now, and the formula that made the franchise so strong in the beginning now seems to be the biggest threat to the movies. Of course they are light-hearted blockbusters, but the Quantumania is just boring and predictable. Lost in the uninspiring CGI and actors who don't seem to enjoy it much anymore. I'm also not a fan of all that space/quantum stuff and Kang as the new big evil. There are a few nice side characters, but again not memorable. The rest isn't really exciting either. The humor is quite mature and for the first time in 100 years Paul Rudd also seems to be aging.

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