Ant-Man and the Wasp always know how to make the audience laugh with fresh humor, witty charm from the beginning until the film ends.
10. Explanation of the FBI agent Jimmy Woo’s Sokovia
The filmmakers of Ant-Man 2 decided to explain to the audience that Ant Man was detained at home in a funny way using FBI agent Jimmy Woo played by Randall Park. The audience had a good laugh when they saw the face of Cassie Lang (Abby Ryder Fortson), daughter of Scott after being explained by Woo. Negotiations on the Sokovia and Captain America events: Civil War is not easy, but Woo has done it without missing a beat.
9. Scott Lang’s giant ant
Being under house arrest is not easy, especially for a superhero who can not go out and save the world, so Scott has spent his time practicing magic and drumming. And his everyday habits were made in a more humorous way with scenes like watching TV and eating snacks, soaking in the bathtub and relaxing, making the Audiences do not feel good and love.
At the same time, the giant was able to help Scott Lang over the FBI agents when he and Hank Pym and Hope went to save Janet Van Dyne from the ring. Imagine if you have a person who does your daily chores so you can make your dreams come true, not really exciting or interesting.
8. Hank Pym meets Janet Van Dyne in Quantum Magick
Rescuing Janet van Dyne from Sex Sex is a major theme since the first Ant-Man movie was released in 2015. If Scott could get in and come back, that would mean Janet had also can Finally, that rescue mission became the focus of the sequel, Ant Man and the Wasp.
But they can not bring Scott back to the quantum world, but this time Hank is the one to do it: the first Ant-Man goes into nothingness to rescue the first Wasp. It is quite consistent with the story, and their reunion is worth the wait. In addition, seeing how Janet evolved during that time was interesting.
7. Cassie Lang’s Urgent Call
Scott’s relationship with his daughter Cassie is one of the main focus of Ant-Man films. He tried to prove himself worthy of being a father in the first movie, and he continued to push himself to make her daughter happy even under house arrest. That lovely relationship had a great effect when Scott, Hank, and Hope were caught by Ghost and Bill Foster.
Cassie tries to get her father to reply to the message, but when he does not answer, she decides to call Facetime for Scott. Bill allowed Scott to talk to his daughter knowing it was an emergency call. The audience could not help laughing at the fact that her urgent problem was not being able to find her shoes, and she thought it might be in her father’s house.
6. Mid-credit of Ant Man and the Wasp
One of the biggest questions for Ant-Man and The Wasp is how it will connect with the Avengers: Infinity War. The timeline of the film takes place before the invasion of Thanos into Wakanda, so there are some concerns that the movie will not solve the event at all. But that’s not the case.
While the film itself does not acknowledge the story of the Infinity War, the mid-credit scene of Ant-Man 2 is a clear reminder that the movie still exists in the MCU. This is evident by the fact that, after Scott returned to the quantum world, Hank, Hope and Janet turned into dust. The question is, what does it mean for Ant-Man in Avengers 4?
5. Scene at Scott and Hope’s school
A lot of mistakes can happen with the Ant-Man suit, especially a suit that is still under development. It uses technology that even Hank Pym does not fully grasp. So when Scott and Hope went to Cassie’s school to get back the original Ant-Man suit, things got really bad.
Scott’s test specimen breaks down and turns him into a giant, then with the help of Hope, he shrinks to a primary child. We can compare Scott’s shape With Deadpool 2’s Wade Wilson retreating limp in the race to get the most laughter from the audience.
4. Luis was injected with real drugs
Luis’s Peña is an integral part of the Ant-Man series – including a series of monologues and comedies. His story was one of the best parts of the first film, and the creative team behind the sequel tried to take those monologues to a higher level.
This time, Luis dives into the monologue because he was injected with a real serum. He started rambling on Scott’s relationship with Hope, X-con’s failed business, and more. Along with David Dastmalchian’s character Kurt, obsessed with the witch Baba Yaga, the two made a great duo of entertainment.
3. Battle of Ghost and the Wasp
Audiences met Ghost villain shortly after the debut of the Wasp. While Scott and Hank are still in the car, Ghost appears and attacks Wasp, causing her to lose consciousness, but what makes this scene especially amazing is that Wasp is not relying solely on the power of the suit. I have the courage to confront the unknown enemy.
In addition, this is also the first time viewers see Ant-Man and Wasp fight together. In a nutshell, this illustrates the difference between Ant-Man films and other MCU films, especially fighting scenes.
2. Janet Scene Controls Scott
Among all the humorous scenes of Ant Man and the Wasp, one of the best scenes was when Janet was in control of Scott in Hank’s lab. There are a lot of emotions in the scene, this is the first time Hank and Hope have been in touch with Janet for decades – and all have happened through Scott.
It was a touching gesture when people were separated for a long time to meet, just a little humor with Scott’s actions with the mind of a woman but expressed through the body of a man Hank Pym’s hands clasped. It also shows Janet’s understanding of quantum gemstone after long periods of detention.
1. Hope van Dyne debuted as the Wasp
This debut will always be in the top of the list of characters that will be giving Marvel’s debut for many years. The Wasp is one of the protagonists of the Avengers, so her appearance means that all of the original Avengers are already present in the MCU.