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Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania Reviews Are In!

By Javed Baloch -  14- Feb- 23 Images - Social Media 

Director Peyton Reed's new Marvel movie 'Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania' first reviews are in. The movie hits theaters on 17th Feb.

The third "Ant-Man" film stars Paul Rudd, Kathryn Newton, Evangeline Lilly, Jonathan Majors, Michael Douglas, Michelle Pfeiffer, and others.

The first reviews of the movie which kicks off phase 5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here is what critics are saying about the "Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania".

Pulliam Moore for The Verge writes, "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania has a lot going for it, though, and it’s obvious this story’s going to factor largely into whatever the future holds for the Avengers."

Owen Gleiberman for Variety writes, "“Quantumania” is fun, as well as bedazzling, relentless and numbing, then fun again just when you think you’ve had enough; all of that gets mashed together."

Ellen E Jones for The Guardian writes, "Rudd returns in his incredible shrinking suit to meet Kang the Conqueror and a teen sucked into the subatomic Quantum Realm, but familiar joys are absent."

Franck Scheck for The Hollywood Reporter states, "Imagine the cantina scene from Star Wars on steroids and expanded to feature length, and you’ll have some idea of what director Peyton Reed and screenwriter Jeff Loveness are going for."

David Fear of RollingStone writes, "Quantumania revolves around a powerful villain who wants to control time. The movie itself is merely killing time."

The A.V. Club's Matthew Huff writes, "Quantumania’s tone is sure to be polarizing, but if you can surrender yourself to its bonkers A Bug’s Life-meets-Return of the Jedi antics, the two hours (already short for a Marvel film) will fly by."

Brian Lowry for CNN writes, "Quantumania” works on one key level, establishing Kang the Conqueror as a truly formidable and worthy villain. Yet with its plunge into inner space, “Ant-Man” comes up short in almost every other way that matters."