Ant-Man and The Wasp Online Movie Trailer
The recent Marvel movie The Avengers: The War of Infinity was such a craziness of the blockbuster that the studio was supposed to have some super-heroic "counterprogramming", much less on the action and dramatic scale. Luscious, not nearly so epic or fatalistic, Ant-Man and Wasp Fine favored describing and trampling the interplanetary superhero action tragedy for super-action action comedy. There is no, ultimately, a smaller superman of Ant-Man, though in this sequel he is again a "King Kong" Giant-Man and grows up to 25 meters in height as in the finishing touch of Captain America: Civil War. Because of the participation in the "Civil War" on the part of Captain America, Scott Lang alias Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) is now in house arrest with a nanofighter that defends the abandonment of the home's perimeter. "This certainly looks like something for adults," says FBI-Randall Park, looking at Lang's daughter Cassie (Abby Ryder Fortson), who will explain the dad's situation from a child's perspective, her father "drawn up with Captain of Berlin".
Of course, Lang will leave the radius of the house, but in his spatial restraint the "limit" of this film is mirrored in relation to the unlimited, endless spectacle of (pre) ambitious avengers. 3. In Ant-Man 2, again re-directed by Peyton Reed love, Break, Say That), the roles are not planetary, nor cosmic, for the salvation of the world and the universe, as in most of Marve's films of accelerating epic. The stakes are rather individual, both for superheroes and supernegatives that are not particularly "negative" here, as Ant-Man and The Wasp makes refreshments even if it's not better than the original, relatively grounded and realistic super-cool film.
Clearly, it can be a movie with a man reduced to the "size" of the ants and the woman who is breathing with air wings or (Evangeline Lily as Hope Van Dyne alias Wasp). The mysterious and "ethereal" Ghost (Hannah John-Kamen) does not intend to conquer the planet or the cosmos, and Sonny Burch (Walton Goggins) is a common liar who just wants to steal nanotechnology from Dr. Hanko Pyma (Michael Douglas), Ant-Man resold on the black market, recalling Adriano Toomesa (Michael Keaton) from the last Spider-Man until he became a Vulture.
Ghost has a molecular imbalance, which is why he has the ability to walk through the walls and go through some objects, but the other side of the coin is that he might die if he does not steal the necessary equipment from the Hanko's lab at a time. Hank, with her daughter Hope, looks for a way to rescue her husband, Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer), the original Wasp, lost in the tripoid quantization area after her downfall between the molecules at the subatomic level for rescuing the city from the launch missile.
Finally, Lang, who equally struggles to balance the role of a divorced father and a superhero in custody, looks back to home before the police say he is missing, is on his ant-dog. Thus, the actions of characters and here are consequences ("Spiderman", with little or no power coming small-responsible responsibilities), but the consequences do not depend on the fate of the whole world, and if the presence of five scriptwriters (!) Suggests that each subframe occasionally pulls on its side and almost threatened with the revelry of the story, Ant-Man and Wasp are still aligned in the literal and symbolic placing of super-intensification under the magnifying glass.
Ant-Man's small-sized adventures are smaller than the first movie, so (Gi) Ant-Man will push the truck as a românaire during the wandering of the San Francisco streets, emerge from the sea and spectacularly overboard a ship like Godzilla. But, like the previous movie, the little Ant-Man 2 is most impressive when director Reed between the normal, the macro and the micro visions puts the accent on the latter, and the ant-cameras record the action on an almost microscopic level, barely visible to the naked eye, with super news reduced to the size of the insect .
Reed again has a good sense of ironic overconsciousness and general irony. When the miniature Ant-Man invites flying foxes to pick it up on the dock, many of them will end up in the mouth of the gull, all except one whom Lang calls Ant-onio Banderas. In one scene, Ant-Man will, as appropriate, be reduced to the size of elementary school when it comes to school ("Where's your passport," the teacher asks by seeing the clams in the corridor). In the other, the parody of the T-Rex's threatening eye leaning on the glass of the car in the first "Jurk Park", it seems that Lang and Hope in the car surround and observe some monsters, but when the cameras move away we realize that they are the pigeons that spin their reduced car .
Ant-Man and Wasp, his equal, even superior wrist and blaster partner (in a demoralizing edition he will run on the blade of a knife thrown on it like he by the gun barrel in the first film and avoid knockouts of the meatballs), have the ability to shrink and increased