Antman And The Wasp Quantumania will surely be a surprise marvel fans out there as it’s not going to be just the superhero action thriller but also a family drama which put worlds in trouble and amend their mistakes by staying together.
Just like all the Antman movies and his part in Marvel series, makers have add comical elements in this one too, but at a point it feels too much and seems like marvel wants the movie to be seen in Comedy genre rather than some fictional, sci-fi, superhero film.
It starts with Antman and his family living normal life out of their ‘Avengers’ world, but the famous Scott Lang’s daughter, Cassandra Lang doesn’t want it normal. After the huge history of quantum reality with their family, Cassandra wants to study quantum physics. Her grand-father helps her and they discover a way out to the quantum world and share radio signals too. When her grand-mother, Janet Van Dyne finds it, she tries to destroy it but all of them gets into the quantum reality and part aways while saving each other.
After discovering whole different world out there with Humans a like beings fighting with each other for their rights Antman and his family gets into the dispute. What happens next is the real Marvel’s secret element. Astounding VFX, creating a whole different world and making it seem like the real one deserves whole points to the makers.
The amazing cast makes it a package with their strong screen appearances. As even when the movie has so many beautiful and unbelievable animated sets and still you can’t take off your eyes from the characters. Paul Rudd has done well, not just as the hero of the film but as the father of a teen age daughter as well, while Kathryn Newton playing the Cassandra has phenomenally impressed. Her character is new to the Avenger’s world and she actually shows what its like to be in this extraordinary thing. Jonathan Majors dominates the whole Antman family all alone with his herd hitting personality & amazing portrayal of Kang The Conqueror.
Overall, Antman And The Wasp Quantumania is a fine watch especially those who are die heart fans but it could have been a lot better looking at the scale of other marvel movies. But for the fact that it engages you all the time with a complete storytelling it deserves one watch.