I just got out of Prison, I know how to punch.
This is how you punch.
When I came out of the theatre yesterday, these were the first things that popped out of my head: Funny. With heart. A good amount of action. Good use of 3D - thanks to the ants. Wasp. Thomas the Tank Engine out a window. Blended families. Redemption. Ant-Man was fill with all those things and more.
My co-worker emailed me this morning and asked me what I thought of the movie. I thought I'd used some of my reply since it was how I feel about the movie right now. (The rest of the reply had to do with the specific theatre I went to.) The movie was great. It was funny. There’s a mid-credits scene that’s a little obvious but nice, and an end credit scene that is about Captain America 3. The movie was funny. I think they did the 3D stuff well, mostly with the flying ants. The fight scenes were good. There were just enough, I think (where in Age of Ultron, I thought there were tons). Also, they totally made Paul Rudd work out for this movie. Not as much as Chris Pratt, but it must be some kind of Marvel film rule. Also, have you ever seen the movie, The American President with Michael Douglas? If you have, then when you see Ant-Man, you’ll totally know what I’m talking about. There’s some other really awesome stuff, but if you haven’t seen the movie, I don’t want to ruin it for you.
What else is there for me to say? I thought the trio of Scott Lang's friends were a little ridiculous. I loved Wasp. I'm wondering what they're going to do with Hope's character. One SPOILER thing: I loved Falcon in this movie. He was amazing. They had just enough Avenger stuff to make sure you knew what Universe it was in, without it being overpowering (in my opinion). SPOILERS DONE. Also, have you seen Drunk History? Luis's stories totally remind me of that. Also, hey there T.I. And Hayley. The kid was perfect. I know my thoughts are all over the place, but this is what I thought of the movie.
And now, because I enjoy movie posters... Clever marketing, these ones.