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Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania

  • Action • Drama
  • February, 17 2023
  • 2 Hours 5 Minutes
  • Hindi
  • Budget: ₹ 20 Crore

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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is a movie about a superhero named Scott Lang, who is also known as Ant-Man. He, along with his family, explores the Quantum Realm in the film. After working with other Avengers to save the world, Scott has a more relaxed lifestyle. He even wrote a book that is getting attention, although some people mistake him for Spider-Man. One day, he finds out that his daughter Cassie, together with Hank Pym, has built a device called the Sub-atomic Hubble Telescope to further research the Quantum Realm. Cassie and Hank demonstrate a device to Scott, Hope, and Janet which allows communication with the Quantum Realm. Janet becomes frightened upon hearing about the device and urges Cassie to shut it down immediately. Unfortunately, they are all sucked into the Quantum Realm, with Scott and Cassie separated from the others. Janet, who has been stuck in the Quantum Realm for years, senses danger and refuses to share the details with Hank and Hope. Eventually, they all reunite but discover they must face Kang The Conqueror, a powerful villain. The rest of the movie deals with what happens next.

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Movie Name :

Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania

Released Date :

17 February 2023

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Producer :

Kevin Feige

Runtime :

2 Hours 5 Minutes

Genre :

Action, Drama

Budget :

20 Crore

Pinkvilla’s Review

Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania boasts surreal graphics and scenes that transport you to another world. The VFX team deserves credit for their unearthly visual effects. The film takes a James Cameron-like approach to set up the Quantum Realm's appearance. As the third and final film of the trilogy, the plot is straightforward and includes fight scenes, a war-like scenario, and hand-to-hand combat. The dialogues add humor to the film. The movie focuses on showing the human side of superheroes and includes several nostalgic references to the old Avengers. However, the film's weak storyline and undercooked plot make it feel more like a stepping stone for the introduction of Kang, the next big villain, rather than a satisfying end to the trilogy. Despite the title, the film is more of a Kang show, with Jonathan Majors giving a powerful performance. The post-credits scenes promise to create a whole new level of curiosity and make the film worth watching for Marvel fans.