Ant-Man and the Wasp

Synopsis: In the aftermath of 'Captain America: Civil War,' Scott Lang grapples with the consequences of his choices as both a Super Hero and a father. As he struggles to re-balance his home life with his responsibilities as Ant-Man, he's confronted by Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym with an urgent new mission. Scott must once again put on the suit and learn to fight alongside The Wasp as the team works together to uncover secrets from their past.
Director(s): Peyton Reed
Production: Walt Disney Pictures
Rotten Tomatoes:
118 min


Gone forever.

Telling you that she

wasn't coming home,

was the hardest thing

that I ever had to do.

But then, Scott showed up...

Or should I say, broke

into our house.

And when he went to

the Quantum Realm....

And came back,

everything changed.

I started to wonder...

Could your Mother

still be alive?

So I dusted off some old plans.

Dad, what are you saying?

I think it's possible,

to bring her back.

Okay. We're in.

Aw, this place is a maze.

Where's that map?

We're definitely close.

- Are you ready?

- I'm ready, Daddy.

Are you sure? Once we're inside,

you show any hesitation or fear,

- we're done.

- I eat fear for breakfast.

Wow. That is super cool.

Come on.

Look! It's Anton. He'll

show us the way.

Anton, which way do we go?

Anton, which way do we go?

Thanks, Anton.

Look! The ants have burrowed

into the tech facility.

Oh, no! Lasers!

Oh! I got lased!

The secret vault.

- Tell me you brought the contact lens.

- Yup!

Perfect! Right there.

There! It's the microtreasure.

My trophy?

- It looks like treasure.

- Oh, it is to me.

- I wanna take it to show and tell.

- Oh, you can't do that. Can't.

It never leaves the house.

It's too important.

This is the best birthday

present you ever got me.

I'm so touched you think I'm

the World's Greatest Grandma.

- It was the only one they have.

- It makes me wanna get you a sweater.

- Oh, no, the fuzz!

- Hey, Scotty.

I was looking at the schematics

for the Karapetyan buildings,

and I think we have way too

many security cams, don't we?

- No, not at all.

- 'Cause, it's a lot of security cameras.

I know what he needs. Who's the

security expert in our business?

You are. But I'm running

the company, right?

And if we overcoat him, he's gonna go

somewhere else, so we got to land this bird.

He can go on anywhere. And the

expression is "landing the fish."

No, it's "land the bird."

Just like landing a plane. You gotta

land the plane to be in business.

I know it's silly to get hung up on

these kinds of things. But I do...

How am I gonna land a fish?

It can't walk.

And if it swam up on shore, and it

battled a hawk, who's gonna win?

You've really turned me

around on this thing.

It's okay. We're gonna

land Karapetyan.

Now if you'd just excuse me, I'm in the middle

of trying to steal something with my daughter.

I'm gonna go recheck it.

Don't just stand there!

Let's bounce before

the po-po come back!

Po-po? How do you

even know that?

Let's fly, Antoinette!

Let's fly!

Crash landing!

- I wish we could shrink for real.

- It is pretty cool.

Hey, I'm headed to

the office, Scotty.

Hey, sorry about freaking

out earlier, you know?

But I feel like... I'm way better. Like, my heart

is definitely like, beating way too hard and stuff?

And, like, my hands are shaking. But

I think it's unrelated, you know?

It's gonna be great, Luis. You

got nothing to worry about.

Yeah, yeah. I'm the boss.

I'm the boss.

I'm the boss. Yeah,

yeah, yeah, yeah.


Come on, Woo. I've

got three days left.

- Why would I try to escape?

- Sorry, Scott. Rules are rules.

You trip a perimeter alarm

and we search the place.

Keel, stern, suits and nuts.

Thank you. It was an accident.

My foot went through the fence.

Our flying ant crashed.

Hey, you try and entertain a 10-year

old when you can't leave the house.

You know the lengths

that I've gone to?

Close-up magic.

I learned that.

Why can't you just

leave my Daddy alone?

Oh, Cassie.

This must all seem like a bunch of

confusing grown-up stuff to you, huh?

Well, think of it this way:

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Chris McKenna

Chris McKenna is an American television writer, film producer, screenwriter, and television producer. He has written for American Dad!, Community, and The Mindy Project. more…

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