Ant-Man

2015

Action / Adventure / Comedy / Sci-Fi

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 80%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 89%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 409795

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Cast

Evangeline Lilly as Hope van Dyne
Chris Evans as Steve Rogers / Captain America
Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes
Paul Rudd as Scott Lang / Ant-Man
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Ben Schwarz 9 / 10

A Great Change From Marvel's Previous Movies

Like many people, I came into the theater wondering how Marvel would make the audience care about such a little-known character with decidedly unimpressive powers. It turns out they used the opportunity to make one of their best movies yet.

Ant-Man was not at all what I expected. I have been a fan of most of the previous movies of the Marvel Cinematic universe, but you don't have to be a fan of super hero movies to enjoy this movie. it has good pacing and holds your interest throughout. There are plenty of action and the fight scenes, but unlike the previous Marvel movies, this movie focuses on a heist. This, along with the comedy throughout, makes it a breath of fresh air in the Marvel universe. No Marvel movie since has so seamlessly bonded the genre of action and comedy.

The main character, Scott Lange, is not a billionaire or scientist or ancient god, and he doesn't have super strength or intelligence; he is a thief who deals with holding down a job and being able to see his daughter. This makes him incredibly relatable. Being played by Paul Rudd doesn't hurt either. Rudd, along with the rest of the cast, delivers a memorable performance. The idea of a father trying to reconcile his relationship with his daughter may have been used before, but Evangeline Lilly and Michael Douglas make it work without seeming trite or overused. The role that really stands out is Corey Stoll as Yellowjacket. He is, in my opinion, the most terrifying villain the Marvel universe has seen yet. He doesn't want global domination, he wants money and power, and that makes him a very believable villain. Stoll's performance is more three-dimensional than one might expect in a super hero movie, and adds to the already great cast.

Perhaps the most impressive part of Ant-Man was the visual effects. I saw this movie in IMAX 3D, and the quality was stunning. I don't like most movies in 3D, but this one worked well. The shrinking and growing looked very good as well as the action sequences. Although the action happens on a small scale, it can stand up to any of the other movies Marvel has made.

If you haven't seen this film yet, I would highly recommend it. The acting, directing, and cinematography all make this film highly enjoyable, even if you haven't seen any of Marvel's previous films.

Reviewed by masonissuperman 5 / 10

True Neutral

Ant-Man is the most 5/10 movie I have ever watched. The story isn't bad but it isn't good, The comedy is alright, It's original but just passingly so, and Everyone's performance meets expectations. This movie isn't a waste of time but you could also be watching a better movie. Even if your dead set on watching a Marvel movie there are much better MCU movies out there.

I didn't have expectations for this movie so i still had a good time watching it, I was never bored but I was also never fully invested.

Ant-Man is a movie that is mediocre in essence

Reviewed by grglmn 5 / 10

Watchable, Not Much More

I did not have high expectations for this movie, I certainly wasn't to excited or I would have found a way to see it sooner than two years after it came out. Usually low expectations make it easier to like a movie, it is much easier to meet or exceed low expectations than high ones.

I don't need non stop action a plot with huge implications, save the world, huge revenge motive, or whatever, to like a movie. In fact I often like what I call "small movies" with fewer special effects or huge cultural significance or whatever, but just have a good story to tell and some interesting characters.

Ant man was an interesting character in the comic books, but I am certainly not a fanboy who is going to criticize the movie for some minor detail differences from the source material, it just wasn't translated well to the big screen like Thor, The Hulk, or Iron Man. My problem with the movie is that it didn't really succeed as a comic book movie with bigger than life stories, villain and action, and it was pretty boring as a plot and character based movie as well. I don't even mind cliched and formulaic if well done, this one is cliched and formulaic, but it is not well done. The five stars I gave it are probably a little generous.

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