“Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania”
“Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania”

“Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania”

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” (2023)

Ant-man Quantumania is the exact definition of what Marvel is now in the franchise. They bring the comics to life through vibrant colour pallets and extravagant cinematography/special effects. The plots are full of action and embedded with humour. These films have raised me since I was young, and it is always exciting when I see my favourite characters shown on the big screen. 

I think the acting from the incredible, upcoming actor Jonathan Majors made this film for me. Not only does he bring a fresh form of acting to the marvel world, which doesn’t take the exaggerated route, but he also keeps the audience involved at all times. He’s so discrete in his facial expressions and highly ambiguous; I think this benefits his character well because it can be intimidating, and it highlights the psychotic mentality the character has. The brooding personality contrasts the light-hearted characters we’ve always seen, giving a range to the film.

Everything in this film is stunning, and we see the makeup team/costume team/special effects team really nail a new and abstract mise en scene. I love that even though this film is more colourful than the last, it is also a lot darker in visuals and the storyline. It’s interesting to see the lack of comedy in this film; it gives a whole new light to Scott Langs’s character besides being comedic relief. The film sets the beginning of a journey that’s melancholy and full of action; we get a feel of what’s coming ahead.

As much as I enjoyed sitting and watching the film, nothing blew this film out of the water. At points, it felt like any other Marvel film, and I felt rushed due to the quantity plot being shortened to two hours. We never fully explored most of the characters and the environment. A lot of new faces in the film are highly forgettable, and that’s due to the lack of background and depth. I know they needed to get all this information in the movie; however, I wish they had taken a little longer on the essential plot points instead of focusing on future films. 

Overall, I liked this film, and the experience of watching the film in the big screen intensified that. I can’t explain how much better Marvel films are on the big screen than on a laptop or tv screen. The view captures the energy of a comic book and all its excitement; it pulls you in. Can’t wait for Guardians!!!

Go and see this on the biggest screen possible, Vue venues across the UK are currently screening “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” in the best luxury leather seating, high-definition Sony 4K screens and Dolby Atmos multi-dimensional sound.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.myvue.com

Have you seen it? What did you think?

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