Road to Avengers Infinity War | The best and worst of Ant-Man

the World), Joe Cornish (co-wrote The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn), Adam McKay (director of the Anchorman movies and The Big Short) and Paul Rudd (you know who he is, a legitimate star). Not because Rudd is not talented and is really good at what he does. Talented is the word. But because the actor had up until then been seen as someone who only had the potential to deliver comedy. Paul Rudd in a still from Ant-Man
Shots. Rudd was his usual charming, personable self. But it didn’t have that effect. The performance of the actor was intelligent and subtle; he could have gone overboard with the dialogues, but didn’t. 2018-04-24T23:19:13+05:30″>
Updated: April 24, 2018 11:19:13 pm

Paul Rudd as Ant-Man in the Marvel movie

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It was such a well-written script that one could not help but fall for it. Maybe it was the actor. But what really helps elevate an MCU movie is a great bad guy, which, sadly, Ant-Man didn’t have. A still from MCU’s Ant-Man
The not-so-great-things about Ant-Man
Could have done with a better villain
Yellowjacket was a decent villain. Now, Ant-Man is quite cool. And he delivered the laughs like a boss. Editing
A little editing could have helped, could have chopped off that extra 10-15 minutes of Paul Rudd’s time with his buddies. And it could have all gone down south without the right captain. Ant-Man walking through the ‘tall’ grass, Ant-Man running like Usain Bolt on a toy rail track, Ant-Man saving the day towards the end of the movie by fighting Yellowjacket. The best things about Ant-Man
Paul Rudd
Yes, he was great in the movie. But things changed when the actor took on the role of Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Ant-Man. Ant-Man was action-packed, hilarious and as good a Marvel movie as they come. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Sorry, Corey Stoll. Direction
Peyton Reed, who has previously helmed movies like Yes Man, Bring It On and The Break-Up, did a stand-up job of delivering a blockbuster. But a tiny superhero and comic actor Paul Rudd teaming forces for a movie, that to me seemed like an unlikely success at first. The screenplay was penned by Edgar Wright (director of Shaun of the Dead, Baby Driver and Scott Pilgrim vs. Such stunning and beautifully composed shots. The movie was declared a success and not without reason. Makes sense when you realise that he co-wrote the screenplay of the film.