Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania
Uh-oh, the Marvel fanboys probably don't like it. Still, we should be grateful that what they know about actual cinema can be taken with a pinch of salt, so any gnashing of basement-dwelling trolls has probably been and gone, as I expect most of them would have seen this already.
Like most superhero movies, I tend to wait for the internet to calm down before bothering, as to avoid the death threats and promises of suicide over something as inconsequential as a bit of overhyped, over-dressed and over budget (most likely) entertainment.
And that's what I'm interested in. Is it entertaining? Yes it most certainly is. Does it follow the timeline and does it makes sense? I have no idea or care to find out about if it follows whatever Phase we're supposed to be on, and no, it makes no sense to me at all. Still, look how shiny it is...oooh!
Phoebe's ex-boyfriend and one of the Elves from the Hobbit plus girl from ex-boyfriends first marriage (mom dead, boo-hoo, it's all very sad) end up back in the Quantum Realm after said girl invents something that enables them to be sucked back in. Joining them on this ride in a very aggressive cosmic science hoover to who knows where is Michael Douglas and Michelle Pfeiffer, one parent each from the two main protagonists named after horrible things with six legs.
And then they just have to get back again, which proves to be a bit more difficult. Needless to say, there are bangs and whistles aplenty, and as always this is a treat for the eyes, like all Marvel productions, but the script is poor and the plot ridiculous. As I say, however, great fun, despite all of its flaws, most of which I am thankfully oblivious to.