Three sentence movie reviews: Ant-Man

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This movie may be the tipping point were I transform from a comic book movie fan to someone who has grown tired of the genre.  However, that is not to say this is a bad movie and I loved how funny it was, as well as the gossip scenes and the fight scenes taking place on miniature sets.  Paul Rudd is his usual charming self* and though I had some plot quibbles, this was a pretty solid film.

Cost: Free due to coupon.
Where watched: Regal Vancouver City Center 12

*As discussed before, he imprinted on me when I watched Clueless and he can do no wrong.

poster from:
http://www.impawards.com/2015/ant_man.html
http://www.impawards.com/2015/ant_man_ver15.html
(My favorite guy)

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2 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: Ant-Man”

  1. As soon as Michael Pena appeared on screen, I thought to myself, “Wasn’t he in Crash?” He was! He’s the only bright spot in Crash, actually. I absolutely loved him in this film. I enjoyed the film a lot while I was watching it, but after the fact, it slowly sank in that it wasn’t anything special. It’s difficult to put into words what I mean. It wasn’t terrible, but it also didn’t blow me away. Unlike some of the other superhero movies, I don’t think I’ll ever watch it again.

  2. Paul Rudd is really a delight. Even when he is in the so many so-so movies that he often picks. But, as you say, the Clueless charm imprinted early!

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