Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is now playing in theaters near you. The film isn’t as terrible as the critics made up. Quantumania is the first film of the MCU’s Phase 5, and it will not disappoint any fans.
The film is far better than Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Thor: Love and Thunder, and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The VFX shots, notably Quantum Realm, are outstanding, and the characters are well-created.
Jonathan Majors‘ Kang the Conqueror, doesn’t really seem to be the Thanos-level threat to Ant-Man and his family, as Marvel had previously claimed Kang is a “Big Bad.” And keep in mind that there are an infinite number of Kangs across the multiverse; this is only one.
Janet van Dyne is superbly played by Michelle Pfeiffer. The film begins with Janet being banished to the Quantum Realm, where Kang is also trapped. Janet seeks to help Kang in rebuilding his multiversal power core after he was “exiled” before enlarging it to the point of no use. She discovers Kang is the Conqueror of the World, and she was unable to stop Kang from using the core, so she took the Multiversal Power Core and made it bigger using Pym technology.
Everyone believed Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania would be Paul Rudd‘s final Ant-Man film. Yet, the ending was unexpected, as Lang happily returns to his life. But he is aware that Kang told him that his death would start a terrible happening.
The film has two post-credits scenes: one feature Kang variants having a conversation over the death of one of their own and planning their multiversal revolution, and the next one features Loki and Mobius, in the 1920s, seeing another Kang variant named Victor Timely.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Rating: 4/5