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Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania – Read the Latest Press Reviews & Get Ready for Phase Five of the Marvel Cinematic Universe!

We are practically two days from the beginning of phase five of the Marvel cinematographic universe, and the film that will make the debut is neither more nor less than Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania.
And just, many film media have already been able to take a look at the tape in advance, this is due to the invitations that Disney sends them.
Thus, in the Rotten Tomatoes site some qualifications that give a total of 63%have already been compiled, which means that for now it is with a fresh note, but if they score it badly it is possible that it goes down to rotten.
Here are the comments of some editors of the different digital magazines.

Empire Magazine:

Quantumania is not as extravagant as it should be, and the huge bets feel strangely small.
But where can you find a wild Jonathan Majors, a Michelle Pfeiffer intense and a spoken broccoli?

Entertainment Weekly:

This Ant-Man is intelligent enough to be fun and wise enough not to stay more than expected.
Who better understand the benefits, after all, to keep it small?


Maybe the images should be small again;
It could be the only way to save an MCU that seems to be dangerously close to becoming too big to do more to fail.


Quantumania is fun, in addition to dazzling, relentless and numb, and then fun again just when you think you’ve already had enough;
All of that is mixed.

Hollywood Reporter:

While it is not surprising that the imposing physical [of Majors] adapts perfectly to his iconic villain character, he also invests his performance with a stillness and ambivalence so surprisingly calm that you are nervous every moment that is on the screen.

New York Post:

Sorry for the incursion in his parade, fans of Ant-Man, but the third chapter is a lot of garbage.

Screen Crush:

Your reaction will probably be determined by what you want from the movie.
Remember that Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania premieres on February 16 in cinemas.
Via: Rotten Tomatoes
Editor’s note: The comments are very different, since there are people with good opinions, but also others with some negatives.
So, this is already based on tastes beyond the issues of objectivity.