Originally aired on 7.26.18 as our seventh episode
Ant-Man and The Wasp was another fun Marvel blockbuster. The humor was spot-on and the characters were perfectly portrayed and had lots of chemistry. Great CG effects, too! We also loved Luis’s story telling.
Lessons Learned from Ant-Man and The Wasp:
Play with your kids.
- Scott played with Peanut and built an awesome cardboard slide through the house.
- Playing with your kids is free and they’ll remember it forever. Do it.
Don’t hold on to anger, it’s going to be your downfall.
- Ghost chose to be an enemy instead of trying to be a friend. Her condition would’ve enticed Hank Pym to help.
Patience is a virtue
- Scott should’ve waited two days until his time was up and no longer on house arrest.
- The Wasp pulling Scott out of his house instead of waiting. There was no rush yet.
- Ghost not helping them get Janet back then requesting them help her.
It’s always the rich white guy… an easy target for Hollywood writers.
- Walton Goggins being the bad guy was easy to see coming.
Communication is vital.
- If Bill Perkins communicated to Hank what was going on, or if Scott had originally told Hope and Hank about Germany, all the problems could’ve been nipped in the bud.
Just in case you foil a robbery or something, you should promote your company by constantly wearing the logo on your hat and t-shirt.
- The X-con guys were always wearing their company logos.
Here’s the “Clever Girl” supercut video:
Learn more about this movie from IMDB.
Critics gave it an 88% while the audience score was 77% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Captain Marvel will be next movie we’ll learn from.
If you missed it, last week we replayed our first episode, Avengers: Infinity War.