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Plot: Armed with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, master thief Scott Lang must embrace his inner-hero and help his mentor, Doctor Hank Pym, protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats. Against seemingly insurmountable obstacles, Pym and Lang must plan and pull off a heist that will save the world.
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Ant-Man is a much needed breath of fresh air from all the city-breaking, galaxy saving epicness of the past five Marvel movies. It’s a nice, light, fun heist movie with some pretty cool effects and a great cast of characters.
Michael Pena, T.I. and David Dastmalchian make this movie so much more enjoyable. Not that Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas, and Corey Still aren’t great, but those three as a sidekick trio crack me up.
Edgar Wright’s stamp is all over this movie and it’s a shame his directorial touch is missing, because he would have known what to remove to make it even better.
But all in all, Ant-Man is great entertainment with a feel good story about a man trying to be the hero his kid thinks he is.
I like Paul Rudd and was hoping this would be as funny as ‘The Guardians of the Galaxy’ but it wasn’t. It looked good and the direction was solid but I think it suffered from the constant screenplay rewrites that the film underwent by changing the screenwriters (Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish).
I also felt it was a bit too long-winded and it was unbalanced. However, the main good feature in this film was the special effects.
I was not expecting this… Brilliant addition to the MCU.
AntMan is a lesser know character of marvels but by no means does that effect the quality of this movie. First off I thought that the casting of this film wasn’t going to work, that been Paul Rudd mainly, just because I have read a few of the AntMan comics and didn’t think it was going to work, I was wrong he is brilliant, hilarious and believable, all of the jokes he made actually made laugh out load which doesn’t happen much. Michael Pena was great in this film, he plays the same kind of character he always seems too, but it really works, especially the story telling scenes were hilarious. This was a all round well cast film.
The action and CGI Was great, on first thoughts I thought when AntMan shrinks down that the CGI would take you out of the movie but let me tell you it doesn’t, it’s awesome! Especially seeing the world from that size and scenes where AntMan is shrinking and enlarging when fighting i thought would get a little too much but the honestly don’t.
All around I AntMan felt different to all the other MCU movies that have come out, but a good different. A well cast,directed and acted film that will be a welcome addition to my marvel collection.
2 legs bad; 6 legs better
OK, so I will probably target the wrath of a legion of fan-boys but as a PhD Physicist I will categorically state that much of the science in the Marvel universe is total nonsense. For example, it requires a certain suspension of belief that whole cities can be levitated. But it’s called “Science Fiction” for a reason, right? “Ant Man” pushes that suspension of belief to whole new levels. The concept that a miniaturised man, were such a thing even possible, could exert the same moment and force as a full sized person would make Newton spin in his grave.
With these nagging doubts I watched the trailer increasingly comfortable in my view that, (even with a free cinema pass), this was a film I would avoid like the plague. That was until the final scene, featuring Thomas the Tank engine, that was ludicrously and surprisingly comical. Could it be that, like last year’s “Guardians of the Galaxy”, Marvel had pulled its pompous head out of its ass and come up with an ‘Avengers-lite’ that could entertain a broader audience? I decided to risk it. And I was glad I did.
Paul Rudd (“Friends”, “Anchorman”) plays ex-con Scott Lang who is recruited by brilliant scientist and would-be superhero Dr Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and his gorgeous daughter Hope (“Lost” and “The Hobbit”‘s Evangeline Lilly) to steal a jacket. (No, really). The owner of said jacket, albeit a high-tech jacket, is businessman and all-round bad-guy Darren Cross (Corey Stoll), with evil intent. (You can tell he’s evil by what he does to a cute little lamb – this is the worst viewing for sheep since “Far from the Madding Crowd”.) By miniaturising Lang and securing the help of an army of ants, the stage is set for a heist of a most unusual kind.
This sounds ridiculous to even write. So why does it work? First up, the script by Edgar Wright ( of “3 Flavours Cornetto” fame), Adam McKay (“The Other Guys”), Joe Cornish and Paul Rudd himself is as tight as a drum, with some situations and lines that are downright hilarious. A couple of brilliant lip sync scenes, one featuring the requisite Stan Lee cameo, are grin-inducing pleasures.
Supporting the screenplay, the three leading players pull off their roles with enormous panache. Rudd is hugely likable, with all of the smart-whip humour of Downey Jnr.’s “Iron Man” but with none of the appalling arrogance. Michael Douglas, in his one outing this year, seems to be revelling in his role and (presumably with the help of some clever makeup and/or CGI) looking very dapper in the 1987 version of his character. And Evangeline Lilly enters the Avenger’s world with a bang and looks very comfortable there. In an effective supporting role, Michael Peña (“American Hustle”) adds a comic lightness of touch as fellow robber Luis. Abby Ryder Fortson also deserves special mention (and an Oscar for cuteness) as Lang’s young daughter.
Whilst real fan-boys might object to the flippant nature of the film, there are a number of clever cross-overs into the ‘mainstream’ “Avengers” films, with one B-list Avenger guest star and (eventually) an A-list appearance. And (as is common in these films, and notable as 80% of the audience stayed in their seats for the full credits) there is both a mid-credits scene (that’s a set-up for the sequel) and a final post-credit scene that (so I’d told) is hugely significant for next year’s “Captain America: Civil War” (in which Rudd is set to reprise his “Ant Man” role).
The director is Peyton Reed, whose limited movie portfolio to date includes Jim Carrey’s “Yes Man” and “Bring it On”.
As I found myself thoroughly enjoying the experience, my rating, against all the odds, is twice what I expected it to be. I can’t believe I’m saying this but I recommend you go see this for a fun movie summer experience.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 57 min (117 min)
Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi
Director Peyton Reed
Writer Edgar Wright (screenplay by), Joe Cornish (screenplay by), Adam McKay (screenplay by), Paul Rudd (screenplay by), Edgar Wright (story by), Joe Cornish (story by), Stan Lee (based on the Marvel comics by), Larry Lieber (based on the Marvel comics by), Jack Kirby (based on the Marvel comics by)
Actors Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly, Corey Stoll
Awards Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 4 wins & 33 nominations.
Production Company Marvel Studios
Sound Mix Datasat, Dolby Digital, Dolby Atmos, Dolby Surround 7.1
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1, 2.39 : 1 (post credits scene)
Camera Arri Alexa M, Panavision Primo V and Nova Lenses, Arri Alexa XT Plus, Panavision Primo V and Nova Lenses, Canon EOS 5D Mark III (some shots), Phantom Flex4K, Panavision Primo V Lenses
Laboratory Codex Vault, Technicolor (digital intermediate)
Film Length (7 reels)
Negative Format CineMag, Codex
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (2.8K) (3.4K) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Panavision (anamorphic) (source format) (post credits scene), Phantom RAW (4K) (source format) (high-speed shots)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical) (Fuji Eterna-CP 3514DI), D-Cinema (also 3-D version)