Ant-Man and the Wasp Review


Zuri Hay, Staff Writer

Paul Rudd (Scott Lang) and Evangeline Lilly (Hope Pym) fight as Ant-Man and the daughter of the Wasp to make an amazing action packed, sort of romantic, fun and comedic movie.

The director, Peyton Reed, promised his fans a second movie and he gave them one, and a phenomenal one. He started filming this action packed movie in August and finished in November. The thing that took the longest was the special effects. This movie has an 88 percent in Rotten Tomatoes.

Bella Miller, 7th grader at Dana Middle School, comments, “The Wasp [is her favorite character] because she can shrink and then she can transform back to normal size in seconds.” 7th grader, Garren Smith added,  “I liked Ghost. I liked Ghost because she had superpowers and I like how she is very aggressive.”

The overall plot is action packed.  Bella Middle adds,“There is a lot of action like in one scene the people made a car small and threw it and it became big and destroyed many things and it helped them a lot it was very crazy.” Garran Smith thought for a moment then said,“They were trying to save the mom in who is stuck in a realm, have many enemies and challenges trying to stop them and with a very sad ending which then leaves you with the biggest cliffhanger.”   

Now, Marvel Studios has had a long list of amazing movies. Ant-Man and the Wasp is, of course, part of this cycle. This movie takes place before Avengers: Infinity War. So, at the end they have another amazing ending that makes you wish there was another one immediately. But, of course you have to wait. 

In the end, Ant-Man and the Wasp is a very fun, adventurous, hilarious movie that is another great one from Marvel.