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Ant-Man

 

 

SCORE: 60

Ant-Man 

 

I am very thankful I received Ant-Man on DVD for my birthday. I have been interested in seeing this movie. It is not as epic as some of the other Marvel movies. I am also a bit confused on the thief who becomes Ant-Man. The normal Ant-Man I am used to from the comics is in this movie. He is older and unable to wear the suit anymore. His daughter wants to wear the suit but he forbids her.

Ant-Man has blood, violence, preaches religious belief of evolution, bad language, and more. I love how Ant-Man uses ants to help him complete missions. I am not so thrilled about the concept of stealing from others. In fact Ant-Man is one heist after another one. There is even the complete destruction of a corporate headquarters. In fact the "bad guy" in Ant-Man is not very bad. More of a corporate suit trying to make a profit. I had trouble disliking him.

Ant-Man has a few moments of humor sprinkled throughout the movie. So much of Ant-Man fell together too easily. Later in the movie we find out that it was planned by someone else. What each character knows at different points in time is part of what made Ant-Man interesting. I noticed that Ant-Man is also extremely predictable. I knew what was happening and when throughout the movie.

It takes 117 minutes to watch Ant-Man on DVD. There is one deleted scene as the bonus content. Ant-Man has a very Hispanic feel to it. Which does not fit the Ant-Man from the comics I remember reading. Maybe Marvel redefined him since I read those comics. Or maybe Holly Weird is up to their old tricks of trying to redefine things, and showing their racism. I do not know for certain.

So much of Ant-Man could have been resolved if Dr Hank Pym had just been honest with his apprentice. If his apprentice had known the dangers of shrinking them maybe he would have decided to avoid that research. I also never understood the dangers of what they were doing. They used the technology themselves, but do not want to share with others? How selfish is that? We share our thoughts, ideas and opinions here at Family Friendly Gaming.
- Paul

 

Graphics: 60%
Sounds: 60%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: DVD
Publisher: Disney
Developer: Marvel Studios
Rating: ‘PG-13’ for Parents Strongly Cautioned
{for Sci-Fi Action and Violence}


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