Ant-Man and the Wasp


Araceli Velasquez, Staff Writer

The science fiction movie Ant-Man and the Wasp is the sequel to the Ant-Man movie released in. The film is the 20th installment to the Marvel franchise. Marvel’s franchise has many outlets as a whole but, the movies take up a big part of the fanbase. If you keep up with the Marvel movies you know there is a certain sequence for watching them, and there are also bonus clips you wait for at the end of each movie after the credits. Ant-Man and the Wasp have two bonus clips. One of the two clips has to do with the movie before, Infinity War, which included drastic changes made to the characters. Infinity War is a MUST WATCH by the way.

The movie is a light-hearted movie to watch after the heart-wrenching aftermath of Infinity War. Much like soft pillows after a tumble down five flights of stairs. Ant-Man and the Wasp is a family-friendly film about superheroes going through troubles with some new tech, the extreme laws of physics, and family separation while under the careful eye of a new foe.

The plot of the film surrounds the protagonist Scott Lang (Ant-Man), whose ability to become as small as an Ant or as large as the Empire State building gives him a second taste of his blessing that is also a curse. Lang is on house arrest due to a conflict in another Marvel film, Captain America: Civil War. The film takes on Scott’s struggle with the arrest while being a father and a superhero all at once in a comedic light. The movie is a great film to watch if you are a fan of the Marvel movies or are just looking for a Saturday night pick-me-up.

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