แƒแƒ“แƒแƒ›แƒ˜แƒแƒœแƒ˜ แƒญแƒ˜แƒแƒœแƒญแƒ•แƒ”แƒšแƒ แƒ“แƒ แƒ‘แƒ–แƒ˜แƒ™แƒ˜

แƒแƒ“แƒแƒ›แƒ˜แƒแƒœแƒ˜ แƒญแƒ˜แƒแƒœแƒญแƒ•แƒ”แƒšแƒ แƒ“แƒ แƒ‘แƒ–แƒ˜แƒ™แƒ˜ (2018)

แƒ›แƒซแƒแƒคแƒ แƒกแƒ˜แƒฃแƒŸแƒ”แƒขแƒ˜แƒแƒœแƒ˜ | แƒกแƒแƒ—แƒแƒ•แƒ’แƒแƒ“แƒแƒกแƒแƒ•แƒšแƒ | แƒคแƒแƒœแƒขแƒแƒกแƒขแƒ˜แƒ™แƒ | แƒ™แƒแƒ›แƒ”แƒ“แƒ˜แƒ |


แƒ แƒ”แƒŸแƒ˜แƒกแƒแƒ แƒ˜: Peyton Reed

แƒ›แƒ—แƒแƒ•แƒแƒ  แƒ แƒแƒšแƒจแƒ˜: Paul Rudd , Evangeline Lilly , Michael Peรฑa , Walton Goggins ,



แƒขแƒ แƒ”แƒ˜แƒšแƒ”แƒ แƒ˜

แƒ›แƒกแƒ’แƒแƒ•แƒกแƒ˜ แƒคแƒ˜แƒšแƒ›แƒ”แƒ‘แƒ˜



  • แƒกแƒขแƒแƒขแƒฃแƒกแƒ˜: Released
  • แƒฎแƒแƒœแƒ’แƒ แƒซแƒšแƒ˜แƒ•แƒแƒ‘แƒ: 119m
  • แƒžแƒแƒžแƒฃแƒšแƒแƒ แƒแƒ‘แƒ: 325.932
  • แƒ”แƒœแƒ: en
  • แƒ‘แƒ˜แƒฃแƒฏแƒ”แƒขแƒ˜: $140,000,000
  • แƒ›แƒแƒ’แƒ”แƒ‘แƒ: $622,674,139
  • แƒ แƒ”แƒ˜แƒขแƒ˜แƒœแƒ’แƒ˜: 6.9
  • แƒจแƒ”แƒ›แƒคแƒแƒกแƒ”แƒ‘แƒšแƒ”แƒ‘แƒ˜: 7932





  • Gimly

    It's fun to see big stuff get real little and little stuff get real big, but _Ant-Man and the Wasp_ suffers the same problems of its predecessor, except this time with an added issue, one that effects many movies (and even more TV shows), the problem of "The entire movie didn't have to happen if people would just have had normal human conversations with one another". _Final rating:โ˜…โ˜…โ˜… - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._

  • John Smith

    Actually quite good! It's like a less-weird, but more fun version of a Deadpool - in the sense that it is both filled with action but also with fun acting. I recommend it for a Saturday evening. It is quite wholesome.

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson

    I did indeed enjoy this movieโ€ฆsomewhat. However I cannot say that I was overly impressed. The story was okay. I would not expect a deep and thought provoking story from a super hero movie nor would I want it. It served as a decent enough vehicle for moving things forward. Most of the actors did a good enough job of the role they were given which in some cases was pretty much mission impossible given some of the overly silly characters in the movie. In particular I got tired of Luis almost before the first scenes he was in had finished. He was just so silly that you started to wonder what age the target audience was. Jimmy Woo was not far behind. I think this leads to my main gripe with the movie. I expected a super hero movie but what I got was a fairly lame comedy with super heroes in it. It was just too much comic elements in it for me. I could probably have liked it if the jokes were somewhat intelligent but, for me, they were not. They alternated between overly silly and stupid characters, slap-stick and simple fall-on-your ass jokes. What about the bad guy? Well, first off, there was not really a distinct bad guy but a hole bunch of them. Unfortunately none of them had any real bad guy charisma. I assume that Sonny was supposed to be the main bad guy and he certainly had enough evil lunatic air about him to fit that but againโ€ฆtoo silly. Then we have the lame Jimmy Woo who was just annoying. The Ghost was probably the best one but then she was not really a bad guy was she? I did like most of the action and the special effects though. The playing around with shrinking and returning to normal size, or greater, was both cool and funny. This shrinking business is of course a difficult theme to work with from a science and logic point of view. For instance, if you shrink a car to the size of a toy car it still weighs like a full size one and you cannot just pick it up. And what about the lab popping up and down all the time? Why werenโ€™t everything shaken to bits inside when they started to run around with it? And donโ€™t get me started about electricity and plumbing. But then, in this kind of movie I would say just just have to turn off that part of your brain. It made for some cool scenes after all. I also did like that the story was more of a down to Earth story. No overall galactic plot, no snapping of fingers to makeโ€ฆwell you know what. Okay, there was the post credit scenes which was a bit of an annoying tie in. Perhaps best of all though, I could not really feel much SJW or other form of politically correct preaching being showed down my throat. Today that is a great plus for any movie. So, to sum up, I did enjoy it but it was not great and I was indeed a little bit disappointed at the end.

  • tmdb44006625

    For fans of the first one, which includes me, Ant-Man and the Wasp is more of what you like. More heisting. More car chases. More Giant Man. More of the three wombats. More humour. More mediocre villains. More romance between Scott and Hope. More family bonding. And of course, more quantum realm. It's fun. It's light hearted. It works. That post credit scene though .... ๐Ÿ˜ฒ

  • Louisa Moore - Screen Zealots

    โ€œAnt-Man and the Waspโ€ is a really weird Marvel movie. Like its pint-sized superhero, the film doesnโ€™t quite fit in with the typical MCU big screen canon and is a laid back yet thoroughly forgettable entry into the fatigued superhero genre. The story doesnโ€™t try to tie too much together (save for a mid-credits scene), thereโ€™s not an over-dependence on rambunctious CGI effects, and the attempts at humor feel oddly forced (Iโ€™d estimate only 30% of the jokes land successfully). Despite the lame title characters and the ever-likeable Paul Ruddโ€˜s offhand charisma, this film gives the impression that itโ€™s an average C student trying desperately to overcome underdog status and achieve a place on the honor roll. The best part of the film besides Rudd (he makes this one, just like every movie heโ€™s cast in, impossible not to enjoy at least a little), are the special effects. Sure, theyโ€™re all computer generated, but theyโ€™re some of the most creative since 2016โ€™s โ€œDoctor Strange.โ€ The worst part of the film is its contrived humor. Itโ€™s stiff, often cringe-worthy, and sticks out like a sore thumb as it grows increasingly desperate. The filmโ€™s multiple writers couldnโ€™t have helped things, and the barrage of thoughtless, lazy jokes quickly wore me down. Also lacking is suspense and a viable antagonist. Thereโ€™s the oddly disturbing Ghost (Hannah John-Kamen), a woman who is living in unbearable pain and appears to be a formidable foe for Ant-Man (Rudd), The Wasp (Evangeline Lilly), and Hank Pym (Michael Douglas). But then she suddenly finds her heart and the evil disappears. The same goes for Dr. Foster (Laurence Fishburne), a professor who also has a near immediate change of heart. The thin rescue mission premise of extracting Hankโ€™s wife Janet (Michelle Pfeiffer) from the Quantum Realm after being trapped there for the last 30 years also means thereโ€™s not too much else to root for. The quantum rules change on a whim to fit the action sequences, with a sometimes shrinking and sometimes growing super suit. And cars. And buildings. The exposition dialogue is long-winded and repetitive, and the ill-advised โ€œcomicโ€ relief from Michael Peรฑa is not snarky enough to feel fresh or new (see โ€œThor: Ragnarokโ€œ). This is a shallow, pointless film that becomes an exhausting bore.