The humor of Ant-Man and the Wasp
The humor of Ant-Man and the Wasp

There are still two weeks left for Ant-Man and the Wasp to debut in theaters, however, Marvel Studios offered last Friday night the first feature of the film for the press. Of course, the reactions of the attendees soon arrived on Twitter.

In general, critics praised the humor of the film, a label that generally characterizes studio productions. In addition, several comments placed emphasis on the intelligent use of the abilities to change the size of the protagonists.

Here we collect some of the impressions without spoilers left by the first  Ant-Man and the Wasp function.

Peter Sciretta of SlashFilm says: “Ant-Man and The Wasp is very funny. His best moment is when it’s almost a silly comedy, it’s less when he focuses on the comic moments centered on the villains. Some fantastic miniature / giant action sequences. Michael Peña is stealing the film again.”

“Do not expect to get answers from Infinity War,” added Sciretta. “The movie is almost a solo movie, even more so than the first one. That said, you’re stupid if you do not sit in your seat for credits, more now than in other Marvel movies. The movie has a surprising heart, good action, lots of laughs and if you liked the first one, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the sequel.”

Brandon Davis of Comicbook went further, and compared the new movie to a favorite of Marvel Studios fans. “Ant-Man and The Wasp is strong in humor, impressive in visual effects, creative in size manipulation and intelligent in his ‘villains’. Good movie, “he wrote. Ant-Man and The Wasp is the best sequel to Marvel from The Winter Soldier. Evangeline Lilly is my new favorite superhero Peyton Reed hit her outside the stadium! Tremendous movie!”

Steven Weintraub de Collider said: “In which for no one is a surprise Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man and The Wasp is very funny and had the audience laughing from start to finish. Marvel Studios has another winner. Kevin Feige makes it look simple when we all know that what he has done is close to the impossible.”

Jenna Busch of Legion of Leia emphasized one of the most anticipated elements of the Marvel films. “Ant-Man and The Wasp is a fucking pleasure! Absolutely hysterical and the effects are incredible !!! Definitely watch it in 3D! It also has my favorite cameo from Stan Lee! “He wrote.

Eric Eisenberg of Cinemablend: “Ant-Man and The Wasp is crazy fun. Very contained in itself but full of fresh and creative surprises. Very funny and the whole cast is wonderful. I had a great time!”

Simon Thompson of E! News did not hesitate to show their fanaticism for the franchise centered on Scott Lang. “Ant-Man is my favorite Marvel movie and this is the sequel I was waiting for. I smiled from ear to ear from beginning to end. Irresistibly good fun As exciting as it is fun, it develops nicely and is visually stunning !, he said.

For his part Perri Nemiroff Collider site highlighted the streak that Marvel Studios has had this year. “What a year for Marvel! I absolutely loved Ant-Man and The Wasp. A stellar union and a successful mood (I laughed until the tears in a scene!) The technology is used for a great effect again. A unique and highly entertaining trip, I can not wait to see it again, “he wrote.

Critic Todd Gilchrist was brief but emphatic, noting: “I hate to spoil everyone but I’ll say it: Ant-Man and The Wasp is pretty good!”

Drew Taylor of Moviefone said: “A small impression: Ant-Man and The Wasp is a total fun. Romantic, energetic and very entertaining. Peyton Reed left in freedom for his own devices is glorious, totally crazy and bright.”

For Mike Ryan of Uproxx: “Ant-Man and The Wasp is surely an improvement from the first movie (I did not love the first Ant-Man). Lilly’s Wasp has at least the same amount, or probably more, action scenes than Rudd’s Ant-Man. Also Michael Peña has a scene in the middle of the movie that throws the house down.”

Wendy Lee Szany of The Movie Couple said: “I just had the pleasure of watching Ant-Man and the Wasp. It’s so fun I can not wait to see her again. I loved watching Evangeline Lilly’s Wasp in action.”

Joseph Deckelmeier of That Hashtag Show highlighted above all the humor of the film. “Amé Ant-Man and the Wasp. I do not think I’ve laughed so much in a Marvel movie even when Ragnarok exists. A nice change of tone after Infinity War The union is perfect!”, He pointed out.

Finally Collider’s Haleigh Foutch warns that viewers should stay until the end of the credits in the film. “I liked Ant-Man and the Wasp too much , ” he wrote. “Intelligent and charming with a lot of heart. It’s a little charged to the explosions, but the rest is a damn delight. A joke had me laughing so much that I was crying. The post-credit scene is easily one of Marvel’s best.”

Ant-Man and The Wasp will premiere on July 5.

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