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Ant Man and the Wasp small heroes on the big screen

When reading the Ant-Man comics back in the day I never would have guessed they could even make an Ant-Man film (let alone a good one), but Marvel has done it once again with the second installment "Ant-Man and the Wasp." I wanted to break out my Toy Biz action figures again as I excitedly watched and was thrilled that we got to see so much of the Wasp in action. Since "Avengers: Infinity War" left us wondering where the hell Hawkeye and Ant-Man went, it was cool to see whats been going on in the world of Hank Pym and Scott Lang since we last left them.

The original cast of "Ant-Man" return and they introduce Michelle Pfeiffer (Janet Van Dyne), Lawrence Fishburne (Bill Foster/Goliath Man) and villains Hannah John-Kamen (Ghost) and Walton Goggins (Sonny Burch). The film was well cast, and I appreciated the fact that the film was set in the Bay Area, where I used to live. There is a "giant" scene that takes place at the Fishermans' Wharf. Some of my other favorite action scenes include a giant Hello Kitty Pez and a Hot Wheels case...

I got to watch it in a 4D theater, and if you ever get the chance to see it in 4D, I highly recommend it! its absurdly entertaining as it's in 3D with a lot of crazy extras thrown at you...literally. You sit in a seat that rumbles and whips you around when there is a fight scene, and they randomly spray water and strange scents at you!

There are 2 after credit scenes, one after the movie, and then one after all of the credits run. The first scene is an important tie in to Infinity War. Since this is a spoiler free review, I don't want to say much more except if you haven't seen the movie yet, what are you waiting for?

-Mandy Real

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