Marvel Studios are known for keeping the bar of impressing audience very high. But with the second installment of the Ant-Man, Marvel seems to lose the track of their USP.
Directed by Peyton Reed, Ant-Man and the Wasp failed to impress the Marvel-fans. In fact, the second installment of the Ant-Man is more forgettable than your ex's contact number.
Being a Marvel movie, it has narrative, thematic and musical continuity for keeping up with the Marvel trademark. Instead of focussing on the personal dynamics of its terrific cast - like the last time, the interpersonal exchanges are easily the highlight of the film - Reed relies too much on science-y gobbledegook to fill in the gaps. Molecules are destabilised, rays are detracted and coils are depolarised - all of which sounds even more head-scratchingly unnecessary when spoken by an actor of Michael Douglas’ calibre.READ MORE
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