Ant-Man | Movie Review 28 Jul 2015   407


Star Cast: Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Peña, Tip “T.I.” Harris, Corey Stoll, Bobby Cannavale, Anthony Mackie, Judy Greer
Direction: Peyton Reed
Duration: 1 hour 58 minutes

Critics Review/Rating

Times Of India:

To start with, the idea of a superhero character that can shrink down to infinitesimal size, become stronger the tinier he gets and command an infinite army of ants, sounds extremely interesting. Reed and team have crafted a superhero film that is not only
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A superhero needs to be big and strong, he needs to be a gigantic force of nature with incredible abilities to bring down the tyrannical powers of this universe and restore peace and order. He also needs to be angsty and brooding all the time because of his damaged past.
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Hindustan Times:

When you are going to watch a film called Ant-Man that has had more than its fair share of production hassles, it pays to keep your expectations real tiny. You can then let the comic timings of Paul Rudd entertain you, watch Michael Douglas as an anti-Gekko and
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An engineer turned hacker turned cat burglar, Scott Lang (Rudd) is exactly what genius scientist Hank Pym has been looking for. You see, Pym (Douglas), in an era gone by used to be Ant-Man and has long since abandoned any and all heroic pursuits
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NDTV Movies:

I wish I could assure you that no insects were harmed in the writing of this review, but that would be a lie. The ants who are regular summer visitors to my kitchen have lately been sending scouts into the study.
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Designed as an origin story of the undersized superhero, the film, directed by Peyton Reed, stars the very likeable Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, an expert thief coming off a three-year prison stint. While hoping to go straight and reconnect with his young daughter
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The Indian Express:

ANT-MAN occupies a minuscule space in the Marvel universe, and not just because of its size. So minuscule in fact that the only recognisable Avengers character that makes an appearance here is Falcon (Anthony Mackie), though watch out for Stan Lee’s cameo.
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Ant-Man is a pretty watchable light movie, but ah, it could have been a Wright movie., says Raja Sen. Some superheroes have the same problems we do. The tiny Ant-Man and his equally puny adversary, Yellowjacket, rattle around waging war locked inside a briefcase and
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