Movie review: Ant-Man and the Wasp
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Director Peyton Reed, goofily heroic Paul Rudd and his crime-fighting partner Evangeline Lilly return for an Ant-Man sequel, coming at the perfect moment for a hugely entertaining, self-contained scientific scramble.
Scott Lang (Rudd) wants to preserve his young daughter’s world, complying with the house arrest he was sentenced to after Civil War so as not to deprive her of her father again. Former partners Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and Hope van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) try to return a long-gone family member (Michelle Pfeiffer); a mysterious ghost-like opponent (Hannah John-Kamen) seeks reprieve from a terminal prognosis; and a black market technology dealer (Walton Goggins) wants to steal Hank Pym’s cool stuff.
Be sure to catch all the action at Village Cinemas.
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