Regarder ce film avec une pote qui déteste Thomas le train a définitivement amélioré mon expérience. Bon, c'est un film Marvel assez standard, avec de l'humour qui marche, une plotline pas énorme et un méchant très remplaçable, mais Paul Rudd est bae, du coup voilà.
I dug it. I feel like Marvel's best flicks are the ones that don't take themselves too seriously. Paul Rudd was in his element and Michael Douglas makes a pretty good grumpy-mentor archetype. I was also happy with the supporting players (Gyp Rosetti, Cheryl Tunt & Kate Tauriel). All that being said though I'd give my left nut to see what Edgar Wright's Ant-Man would've been.
A little bit pessimistic when Edgar Wright left the project. Fortunately, a part of his story used in this movie. Ant-Man is very funny, well-written, and it's a great closing for Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Two. Not to mention Paul Rudd's comical performance...
I find that movies based on comic books have the same basic formula and so I always start watching them with low expectations. This movie was no exception but I have to say that whilst predictable, it was a good-humoured, moderately-paced and largely enjoyable 2 hours.
Lighthearted, a lot more generous in spirit than I expected, and very fun. Had some welcome splashes of vibrant color and light in certain sequences, as well as a convincing credible sense of scale that brought a warm feeling of visual splendor (dare I say awe?) as it marched along. What more do I need from a comic book movie?