Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania

audience Reviews

, 82% Audience Score
  • Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    While not quite the worst of the MCU, it's far from the best. This is the most I've ever personally experienced that "superhero fatigue" that everyone's been talking about, which is a sentiment I've been adamantly against.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    Very much enjoyed it
  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars
    3d visit to the uncanny valley. Worst Ant-Man movie, almost worst MCU movie (the marvels #1). 1 out of 10, what a waste of Sam Raimi!!
  • Rating: 1.5 out of 5 stars
    Bad. Boring character. Marvel writing. Terrible jokes and nonsense plot. Too much spectacle and not enough focus on the characters. Things are always hand waved away when they can't explain things. Kang was the only likable character but he's so dumb. Like he created this advanced society that spans as far as we can see to almost lose to a bunch of ppl with sticks. I lost brain cells watching this. The entire movie I was putting my hands in the air going this is so stupid.
  • Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    Después de mucho la vi en efecto ya sabía que era mal y lo es pero me entretuvo pero si se pasaron con momento muy sin sentido y bueno sin pena ni gloria
  • Rating: 1.5 out of 5 stars
    My confidence in Marvel is completely gone now 🥲🥲🥲
  • Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    Probably the worst film in the MCU. The dialogue is so awkward, and the pacing is painfully rushed. It’s not a total bore I suppose, but some things were laughably bad.
  • Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars
    Marvel can't always put out hits. The momentum is gone with this film
  • Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Te Ant-man movie of my dreams! Since the first Ant-man film, I have been talking about how cool it would be to have a movie set within the quantum realm. While it could have stood to be a bit longer, and the wasp doesn't really earn her spot in the title(it's more Ant-man and Janet Pym: Quantumania), I really dug it. The Cassie changes aren't terribly justified either but, they don't fall flat either. Paul Rudd is charming as ever, and Kang is epic. The scale is huge, and it makes the earnest nature of Scott Lang really shine. It also continues the humour the Ant-,man franchise has become known for. I also just loved how the movie wasn't afraid to get weird at times either. It is proud of it's tone, and so am I.
  • Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars
    Genuinely one of the worst movies I've ever seen in my life. The trailers for this movie were so awesome and so well done, although they unsurprisingly spoil everything. The hype was so large for Kang. Marvel had the bases loaded and struck out on 3 straight pitches while losing control of the bat mid-swing on the final pitch and hitting a fan in the head sitting in the 3rd row. Jeff Loveness wrote the worst script I've ever seen in a Marvel movie. It was almost like he didn't watch either of the prior 2 Ant-Man movies. Scott Lang doesn't take anything seriously throughout the film. Cassie Lang is basically the main character of the movie and is shockingly obnoxious. I remember looking around in the theater half way through the film absolutely shocked at the ill-timed humor wondering what the hell was going on. Every time they would scratch the surface of a serious topic or begin to explore actual stakes in the film----BOOM INSERT POORLY TIMED JOKE HERE NOW. It made absolutely no sense. I'm shocked Kevin Feige approved this garbage. It's genuinely garbage. The only interesting concept was the relationship between Kang and Janet, which was rushed through in basically 5 minutes of screen time. It would've been much more interesting to see an actual romantic relationship between Kang and Janet considering they were both in the Quantum Realm for "30 years." There were so many weird quirks and so many missed opportunities it's insane. Why would everyone say "The Conqueror" the whole movie? Why did nobody call him Kang? 30-45 minutes of screen time would go by and people like genuinely wouldn't say his name. Is he Kang or Voldemort? In addition, why would Kang inexplicably go into tangents about "time" when literally nobody asked? Kang: "Cuz I know how it ends" - Me: Know how what ends? What are you talking about? Kang: "All of it... I know it all." Cool bro! Good for you! Why do I care? What the hell are you talking about?! Also the massive elephant in the room - How the hell do Janet, Hank, Hope, and everyday humans understand the concept of a "timeline" and what a "timeline" even is? How about the multiverse? The only reason we even understand it is because it was explained to us in Loki. Even Loki, A God, that has traveled the universe to multiople planets didn't believe any of it. And they seemingly do? Normal humans? Really? They just 'get it'? That's absurd. They should be absolutely terrified by the concept of alternate realities, alternate versions of themselves, and the idea that they are facing someone that can control those things. That shouldn't make any sense to them, but it seemingly does for no apparent reason. Also - if Kang says he's going to destroy other universes, I have an honest question: Why should they care? How would they even know about it? How would it even affect them in any way shape or form? This entire concept is a massive plot hole to me that everyday folks would be absolutely freaked out by if they were in this situation. Lastly, to the ending, Kang gets whisked away by a bunch of technologically advanced Ants. WHAT? ANTS?! The next Thanos level threat getting his ass kicked by a bunch of Ants? Are you insane? Why would you possibly do that as a plot point in this movie? Then, he miraculously appears again and loses in a fist fight to Ant Man? And we're supposed to believe this guy has killed other Avengers? Yikes dude. Yikes.