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Ant-Man Review

By Hamza Poonawala on July 26, 2015

From all reviews and mine it is true that Ant-Man is Marvel’s most kid friendly movie till date. With extremely funny puns, humorous scenes and incredible action scenes this is a good Marvel movie after X-Men: Days Of Future Past.

Story is that in 1989 a scientist named Hank Pym finds out that S.H.I.E.L.D is trying to replicate his formula of shrinking humans and says it is dangerous and will hide it till he lives. In present day his own companies worker known as Darren Cross makes his own shrinking suit known as the Yellow Jacket which has deadly weapons that horrifies Pym.

A cat burglar named Scott Lang finally finishes his penalty at prison and has left for his home saying that he will never steal again. But to earn his wife and daughters trust he needs to get enough money to live happily.

He goes to steal again with the help of Luis and his gang to get money but gets caught by Pym. He says that to gain his wife and daughters trust he needed to do something for him. The exact line was ‘’My days of stealing and breaking into places are over.’’ And Pym replies  ‘’ Good. Cause I want you to break into a place and steal some stuff’’ by becoming the Ant-Man.

Action in this film is spectacular cause when your small the fighting gets better. Like when they were fighting on the train track and the yellow jacket guy falls on to the track and thinks that the train is going to kill him (forgetting that he has superhuman powers) the train falls down when he gets hit.

Another thing that brings Ant-Man to life is when he is small. When you are small even the weirdest day to day things like water, a vacuum cleaner, DJ discs can be killer items. And in the ending (not a spoiler) when he says goodbye to his daughter because he is small he uses light to his advantage to say goodbye to her via his shadow.

Do stay till the mid credits and post credits for it will give you a sneak peek for Captain America: Civil War and a new Marvel character entry for Avengers 3.

Don’t bother buying tickets for 3D for its a waste of money.

Does it have the Y Factor: Yes

Rating: 4/5


  • Paul Rudd
  • Story
  • CGI


  • Daren Cross
Direction - 4.5/5
Storyline - 4/5
Music - 4/5
Acting - 4/5


Hamza Poonawala is a 13 year old, who reviews films which children his age are watching nowadays. Needless to say, the review is from his perception.

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