Fifth about The Seventh


Ant-ManAnt-Man: Peyton Reed got stuck with a weak story to tell; while the small scale of the conflict is both refreshing and appropriate, there never seems to be much at risk and the tension is too low; this ends up resembling an instructional video on how to be the titular character rather than a complete film. While the uninteresting, weak villain is a major problem, the whole gallery of characters is bland and unengaging. As for the cast, Paul Rudd  brings some levity and light sense of humour to the proceedings, but there’s not much to be done by anyone. By the other hand, the execution of the action and environment in the Lilliputian moments is unusual (for this cinematic universe, in any case) and provide the film with its few (minorly) memorable segments.

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