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Plot: Super-Hero partners Scott Lang and Hope van Dyne, along with with Hope’s parents Janet van Dyne and Hank Pym, and Scott’s daughter Cassie Lang, find themselves exploring the Quantum Realm, interacting with strange new creatures and embarking on an adventure that will push them beyond the limits of what they thought possible.
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“Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania warrants the divisive reception. Immersive visuals, more than satisfying action, and absolutely exceptional performances, aside from Kathryn Newton due to lack of direction. Unfortunately, the excessive, repetitive, unnecessary dialogue driven by exposition, along with a lack of stronger tonal balance – fewer jokes by Marvel standard, but the cringe level affects transitions to/from more serious moments – and an underdeveloped narrative devoid of true stakes – character arcs are almost non-existent – make this an overall very inconsistent watch. Still, JONATHAN MAJORS AS KANG! Wow!”
**Quantumania is a step up from most of Phase Four. It felt like a Thor: Ragnarok impersonation, and lost the fun of the other Ant-Man films.**
My feelings are so mixed on Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. The first two Ant-Man movies were so great because they were low-stakes with self-contained stories that weren’t consumed with saving the universe but instead were set in less a fantastical world that allowed the goofy size-changing antics really shine. Quantumania threw Ant-Man into an outrageous world, changing him from the zany character of the film to the normal character and stripping him of some of his charm. Quantumania felt like a cross between Thor: Ragnarok and Rise of Skywalker with some Power Rangers sprinkled in there, and the result was… decent. It really wasn’t a bad movie. It has some funny parts and was better than most of Phase 4. Bill Murray was loads of fun for his brief part and Jonathan Majors is going to be an awesome big bad in the MCU. But it all felt like a familiar save the universe comic book movie and sadly made Ant-Man feel out of place in his own film.
Kang pulled his punches?
Quantum Mania takes the MCU deeper into the quantum realm and presents us a real first taste of Kang the Conqueror. Thanos and his Infinity War are now part of the past in a timeline that has been upended by the discovery of the multiverse. The hype surrounding Ant-Man and the Wasp 2(?) seemed impossible to meet. The same weight was put on the Multiverse of Madness which cracked under the pressure of expectation. Unfortunately, QuantumMania suffers the same fate. Kang is intimidating, powerful and compelling but has been muzzled and restrained by a screenplay that lacks courage and risk when it mattered. Majors is fantastic as the character and I can’t wait to see him develop this character and other variants further. However, I can’t help but see a missed opportunity here to plant Kang like a unavoidable tree in the multiverse saga. It feels like Marvel prefers to put all their eggs in the basket of Loki season 2 rather than a feature film.
It’s not all bad though. On the contrary. The film is often times charming, engaging and genuinely funny. It has some fantastic set pieces with inconsistent CGI which has become the new norm for Marvel as of late. Our main cast of characters are solid, though I can’t help but feel Hope has been left by the wayside here. Quantum Mania is a solid entry in the MCU but lacks any weight to be memorable or revolutionary. It had a great opportunity to shock and surprise but chose to play it safe and missed out on some great potential.
A bit unfocussed
I enjoyed watching Quantumania. It’s a mostly solid and fairly entertaining movie. But relative to MCU standards, it’s a bit underwhelming and feels like more of a throwaway movie than something memorable I will keep coming back to.
My biggest issue is that I wasn’t fully engaged for at least the first half of the movie. I was enjoying it but I wasn’t locked in. The story was unfocussed. When the villain becomes prevalent, the movie jumps a level. But it doesn’t completely make up for the much weaker first half.
The other thing that surprised me was not being mesmerized by the visuals. It’s very creative and I didn’t notice poor CGI like some others. But it didn’t wow me like it frequently does. Maybe we’re just getting spoiled with the visuals in movies like Doctor Strange 2 and more recently Avatar 2.
There is still a lot of good here. It’s pretty funny but doesn’t overdo it. This is the second movie in a row where the MCU seems to have dialed back on the “insert joke here” strategy. It’s probably a result of the negative reaction from the cartoonish Thor 4. Also, I love the villain. I won’t say who in case you’re smart and don’t watch trailers like me. But he’s so damn awesome.
As someone who loves almost everything in the MCU, Quantumania is near the bottom of my MCU rankings. And it’s making me a little nervous that it comes only two movies after Thor 4 which is below it (5 stars). But I still have faith and am not fatigued. Phase 4 has three of my favorite entries in the entire MCU (Shang-Chi, Loki S01, No Way Home) and I only disliked two (Eternals, Thor 4). They just need to be more consistent while also not playing it so safe. (1 viewing, opening Thursday IMAX 2/16/2023)
Original Language en
Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy
Director Peyton Reed
Writer Jack Kirby, Jeff Loveness
Actors Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Jonathan Majors
Country United States
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