Having missed out on the first installment of Ant-Man, I was intrigued and definitely looking forward to watching the second installment, Ant-Man and The Wasp. After all, it's summer and I needed something epic to watch. That, and I heard that the first film was pretty lighthearted and funny. Funny is good, especially after watching Avengers: Infinity War a couple of months ago. Other than that, I didn't really know what to expect.
Turns out, it's a wonderful heartwarming film, all about family and the relationship between fathers and daughters. I loved Paul Rudd as Ant-Man and his charismatic on screen presence. Evangeline Lily as The Wasp is not only beautiful but a super genius scientist as well. I especially enjoyed the integration of science with the art of close up magic. All the "tricks" were so clever and the shrinking special effects were amazing to watch.
I also appreciated the character of Ghost - yes, she's a villain but the film delves into why she is the way she is. It makes you think about people in general and what makes them do good or bad things.