🔴 Watch Adventure Paul Rudd In Ant Man And The Wasp (2018) Full Movie
Date: 2020-03-29 16:04:50
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Ant-Man and the Wasp, directed by Peyton Reed, recounts the events that follow Civil War (2013) which saw the Captain America faction clash against that of Iron Man, resuming, among other things, the franchise starring Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), aka Ant-Man, forced to manage the consequences of his heroic gesture.
With an increasingly fast and effective comic rhythm and a right balance between plot and action, Ant-Man and the Wasp will not disappoint fans of the smallest (and nicest) superhero of the MCU and will help create a following for a strong and successful: that of Wasp / Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly).
Ant-Man and the Wasp: size matters!
Beyond the very easy irony, the strength of the whole film is precisely this light-hearted spirit, not inclined to take himself too seriously. A perfect synthesis of the double comic / action soul of the film is the main character, that of Scott Lang / Ant-Man played by Paul Rudd. Compared to the first chapter of the saga dedicated to him (Ant-Man, 2015) - already very funny in itself - the comic tones grow, relax and stimulate the audience's laughter with a barrage of situations and tasty dialogues.
Rudd's ironic tone also converges in the writing of the screenplay, to which the actor has made a decisive contribution: this participation has meant that the Ant-Man we see on the screen is increasingly close to the actor's strings, which gives us gives an absolutely convincing and memorable interpretation. To help the hero in this mission (to make the audience laugh) this time also his shoulders: Luis (Michael Peña) - who explodes in a memorable "Guy Ritchie" scene that will be really difficult to resist - Dave (Tip "TI" Harris) and Kurt (David Dastmalchian).
Ant-Man and the Wasp: a family affair
In addition to the extraordinary nature of the adventures involving Ant-Man, Wasp and super-scientist (and first Ant-Man) Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), it also strikes the attention with which the authors have watched the profound network of family ties that connects everyone ( or almost) the characters. The driving force behind the action behind the film, in fact, is the strong desire of Hope and Hank to find the missing Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer), wife of the scientist and mother of the new Wasp. After Scott's momentary foray into the world of subatomic particles and his unexpected return, in fact, the possibility of a return of the woman who disappeared thirty years earlier and of an unexpected family reunion begins to fear in the minds of the characters. In order for this to be possible, Pym has to build a very complicated machine capable of creating a tunnel of connection between the various dimensions, the pieces of which are rare and tempt many dangerous people.
At the same time, the motivations behind Scott Lang's action are equally intimate and personal (and require less technology and ambition): after the difficult beginnings shown in the first Ant-Man, Scott is fully motivated to rebuild a relationship and a everyday life with his daughter Cassie (Abby Ryder Fortson), a very important figure in the history of the superhero who in the MCU loses a few years and buys sweetly, giving the public that cutie component, a trademark of Walt Disney Studios. First fan of the microscopic hero impersonated by her father, Cassie is awake and motivating, a real injection of positive energies for Scott and his arduous journey towards his identity as a hero.
As if that were not enough, the villain of this chapter, Ava / Ghost (Hannah John-Kamen) also feeds his revenge and his anger driven by the death of his father. In short, an affectionate daughter, determined to close the accounts with those she deems responsible for the ruin of her family and who finds a new father figure in the rival of Hank Pym and her former assistant Bill Forster (Laurence Fishburne).
It is immediately evident that what guides the development of all the characters is, on the one hand, the paternal desire to see in the eyes of their daughters that look of admiration and amazement that seemed lost forever, on the other side - by the daughters - to support and complete the paternal aspirations, inheriting their strengths and perfecting their path.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: a star is born
What the most loyal Ant-Man fans could complain about is the reduction of the absolute protagonism of the character, who divides the scene - in this second chapter of his franchise - with the female counterpart, Wasp. To be honest, indeed, Scott Lang's action is pure support for the main objective of the film (the discovery of the first Wasp) which is all the prerogative of Hope and his father. As the title suggests, the winged heroine played by Evangeline Lilly takes on an absolutely equal role compared to her colleague and - finally - puts into practice all her badass verve, embarking on chases, fights, negotiations and all those activities that make up her outfit to a superhero suit.
Even the film's fascinating antagonist, Ghost, has undergone a gender change in the transition from comics to film. If in the comics the character created by David Michelinie and Bob Layton appears on several occasions (both against Iron Man and among the Thunderbolts) and in different situations, there is a detail that in all its history - so far - was never been questioned: his male gender. This Ant-Man and the Wasp is an absolutely new version and, in addition to the change of genre, it tells a completely new story about the origins and interactions of the character. In this appearance, thanks also to the splendid face of Hannah John-Kamen (which we have already appreciated in Black Mirror and in Ready Player One), Ghost has a remarkable visual impact, well enhanced by post-production. Its evanescence pairs perfectly with the ability of Ant-Man and Wasp to change their size at the speed of light, giving life to very striking combat sequences. Of course, the very angry young Ava has not been given a very impactful charisma: the villain acts more as an annoying obstacle for the realization of the final goal than as a real enemy.
We also appreciate in this case a further possibility of the Marvel Universe, able to pull stories out of the hat that always remain appreciable even in their individuality, as well as in the evident bond that binds them tightly to each other. Ant-Man and the Wasp shows a great narrative coherence with the character and with his context, telling with irony and passion that small is big and that the value of a hero (and a heroine) is not shown only when all the universe is in danger, but also when you want - with all your heart - to reassemble a family.
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