Ant-Man review: A lighter, more carefree and fun entry in the Marvel cinematic universe.

Ant-Man review
Ant-Man review

Ever since 2008’s Iron Man took the world by storm Marvel have been an unstoppable box-office juggernaut. They have three films sitting in the top ten highest grossing films of all time (Iron Man 3, and both Avengers), with all their other films featuring high in the lists of highest earning releases for their respective release years. Studio execs will of course be hoping that Ant-Man continues the trend, and having seen the film we think that it’ll do alright.

Much like with last year’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Ant-Man‘s source material isn’t as well known as the likes of the Hulk, Iron Man and Captain America. Also much like last summer’s smash, Ant-Man is an origin story that glosses over the origin. Granted there is a montage (everyone loves a montage), but on the whole the viewer is invited to just accept what is going on as normal.

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