By Inara Hossain, Year 7
Beware this movie has high levels of girl power, action and humour. This movie is what everyone had been waiting for since “Infinity War.”
Now I promise this article has no spoilers, and I’ve worked hard not to put any in here, so chill. Since I can’t spoil any movies in this article, I can’t tell you what happened in “Infinity War” either. But let's just say that “Infinity War” left lots of unfinished ends.
This movie is all about setting the wrong right. You may be wondering, what's wrong and must be set right? Well, I can’t really tell you that so… let's move on. This is a great family movie that you CANNOT watch by yourself, so get some friends or gather your family. There are amazing father-daughter moments full of love, not only for Scott Lang (Ant-Man) and Cassandra Lang (his daughter) but also for Hope Pym (The Wasp) and Hank Pym (the creator of the Ant Man suit and Hope’s dad.) This movie also has an amazing back story. There is a brand-new villain “Ghost”, accompanied by two other villains, one that is quite annoying. This new villain “Ghost” has an amazing backstory that makes it hard to tell if she is the real villain.
This movie is hilarious; you will laugh the whole way through. I mean even the arguments are funny. Which is expected when you have this amazing cast. With Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, Evangeline Lilly as Hope Pym, Michael Douglas as Hank Pym, Randall Park as Jimmy Woo, Michael Peña as Luis, Laurence Fishburne as Bill Foster and Hannah John-Kamen as Ava Foster aka. The Ghost.
Nothing is the real size. No matter how small Ant-Man and The Wasp get you are promised great action. As Marvel says, “Real heroes, not real size”. So is there a happy ending? Go find out your selves. Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp in cinemas now.
By the way, there are two end credits and I advise that you watch them, they are very important to the movie and will add to your Marvel knowledge and make sure you’re not confused in future Marvel movies.