Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Review


Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is one of the best Marvel movies in recent years.

It is the third movie of the Ant-Man trilogy and by far the best of the three.

It follows Scott Lang (Ant-Man), his daughter Hope (The Wasp), and her parents as they accidentally warp into the Quantum Realm. They plan to escape, but there is one person stopping them: Kang the Conqueror. Kang is gifted with intellectual brilliance. Both fueled and twisted by his scientific ambition, he uses his futuristic technology and access to time and dimensional travel to spread his influence and conquer the entire multiverse. In order to save the Quantum Realm, Ant-Man and his crew must find a way to stop him, with the help of the people of the Quantum Realm.

Everyone played a good role throughout the film, and some of the side characters were really funny as well.

Jonathan Majors, as Kang, played the best role, and really made his character seem like a threat to everyone.

The Visual Effects and CGI were also excellent and made the entire Quantum Realm look interstellar.

If there is one thing that failed to look good, it was M.O.D.O.K, a side villain who helps Kang conquer the Quantum Realm.

Even though it was a pretty serious movie overall, it was also quite funny. The humor didn’t clash with the serious tone of the movie and it felt natural and timely when it was included.

Of course, as with almost all movie reviews, opinions varied widely. 

Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 47 percent score, but an audience score of 83.

Even though it did not receive the best scores, the movie still did pretty well at the box office. Produced at a cost of 200 million dollars, the movie collected over 400 million dollars in theater sales.

Overall, Quantumania is a great movie, and should not be missed by any Marvel fan or action movie lover.