Ant-Man And The Wasp

Ant-Man and the Wasp


Directed by Peyton Reed

Starring Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lily, Michael Peña, Walton Goggins

Rating: ******

This isn’t Ant-Man. It’s not the Wasp, either.

Scott is under house arrest.
He’s forced to stay at home
For helping Captain America out
Instead of leaving the situation alone.

For siding with the enemy,
He’s now bored out of his mind,
But when it comes to playing with his little girl,
Now he has plenty of time,

But somebody, somewhere, needs him,
And they ask him to escape.
In return, a giant ant
Is prepared to take his place,

So Scott leaves and is reunited
With Ant-Man and the Wasp—
The original, aging Ant-Man,
And the new generation Wasp.

Scott as the Ant-Man.

Ant-Man, sr., has a request:
The very first Wasp, his wife,
Is trapped down in the Quantum realm,
And she has been for half of her life.

If only Scott would venture
Into this cold and dangerous place,
Maybe Hank could see his wife again,
And meet face-to-face.

Scott says sure, but before they start
They’ll need special equipment.
He must break into an Avengers warehouse
To steal a decades-old shipment.

So Scott goes in, even after
Being told to abort.
He tangles with the Falcon,
One of Cap’s cohorts.

A mysterious villain with ghost-like powers.

Does Scott get the part he needs,
Or does he ultimately fail?
Will he be able to rescue the first Wasp,
Or will he have to bail?

It’s another light, comedic note
In the huge Infinity Saga.
I’m giving it a five out of six.
It beats a ride on a quagga.

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