🚨Ant-Man🚨was originally an Edgar Wright project until Marvel realized he had too much of a vision and Wright didn't want to shove Avengers connections in it so, he left the project to make a better movie, "Baby Driver." Marvel kept Wright's script, and hired Peyton Reed.
Michael Douglas gets Paul Rudd to break into an evil corporate man's building to steal another Ant-Man suit. Ant-Man then fights another Ant-Man to end the film.
I have never seen this movie in entirety because both times I've tried to watch it, I've fallen asleep.
There is nothing really wrong with the film. It's cohesive, fun, but it still feels corporatized. All of the scenes that don't have action, are horribly generic and boring. There are those generic plotlines where a father doesn't get along with his ex and he does morally questionable things to provide for his daughter. Michael Douglas and his daughter has issues...it's all just very generic "movie drama." Once Ant-Man is in action and running around, that's where the film thrives.
Most of the action scenes feels very Edgar Wrighty. Fights where Ant-Man is in a bathtub, running around a party, fighting on a Thomas the Tank Engine is all very fun. There is a clear separation between the drama scenes and the action scenes. That is mostly due to Jordan Reed who shot the live-action footage very flat and boring. But when the action scenes are handed to the animators, the camera movement is very creative and energetic.
The villain is perhaps the most cliche-white businessman that cares about profits. He gets in a Yellow Jacket suit to fight Ant-Man at the end just like "Iron Man" and it's simply there to end the movie with a big action scene.
Evangeline Lilly is also wasted in this film by being the daughter/love interest. She does more than Ant-Man in the sequel but she doesn't have much to do in the first. And Oscar winning actor, Michael Douglas is in this. Marvel somehow gets real actors like Douglas and Redford in these big blockbusters.
The film has a charming small-scale plot to it that fits into the theme of smallness in the film. However, the only pole holding up the tent is creative action scenes, not the melodrama.
E esse reencontro? 🥰
Alicia Silverstone, Paul Rudd, Breckin Meyer e Donald Faison, parte do elenco original do filme “As Patricinhas de Beverly Hills”, estiveram reunidos como parte da C2E2, a Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo. ⠀⠀
O elenco se reuniu para celebrar o filme que completa 24 anos, rolou uma conversa com o público sobre opiniões, histórias dos bastidores e claro, muita zoeira. ⠀⠀
O clássico ganhará reboot, mas nenhum membro do elenco original fará parte. O reboot ainda não tem data de estreia, mas já sabemos que a produção foi encomendada pela Paramount e terá produção de Tracy Oliver.
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