Starring: Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas, Michelle Pfeiffer, Michael Pena, Laurence Fishburne, Walton GogginsRuntime: 118 minutesPlot: Days before Infinity War takes place, Scott Lang must don the armour of Ant-Man again to save Hope Van Dyne's mother. But he's going to need help because this isn't going to be easy.Review: I really enjoyed this movie, it was really fun. I say this because, while I enjoyed the first, it was a bit more lost on me than others. So I went into this one with two thoughts in my head: 1.) I know this happens before Infinity War, I'm excited to see how it ends. 2.) I am going to have as much fun as I can.Both were successful endeavours for me. I never remember how much I enjoy Paul Rudd, he seems to be the actor that I forget the most, but at the same time I enjoy every single thing I see him in. I think he blends subtle comedy (and often times not so subtle comedy) into any role and that's something that Marvel movies need for sure. Certainly the comics are serious, but there are so many funny parts in the comics that go unseen, and the movies are no different. He adds that little bit of comedic skepticism to every scene and it's great. I am sadly not an Evangeline Lilly fan, but admittedly have only seen her in the Hobbit movies that I cannot purge from my mind. Michael Douglas is an actor from an almost bygone era that brings back powerful acting and adds amazing nostalgia to the movie. Michelle Pfeiffer is a phenomenal actress and at the age of 60 looks, sorry for this, fucking incredible.The music from the movie took a lot from the Guardians of the Galaxy series as they use a lot of oldies, which isn't a bad thing. Never against young people understanding that there are more lyrics out there and "gucci gang".The effects are certainly nothing to shake your fist at either. The constant phasing that the villain Ghost (Hannah John-Kamen of Black Mirror fame) is incredible and sort of puts you on the edge of your sit the entire time. I would love to see that in a horror movie and not a Marvel "Action Romantic-Comedy", because it would mess people up.The action was done well, the sizing differences from going from very small to very large must make the fight scenes super tough to watch, but they do it so well.As with most of my reviews, I won't go into the spoilers for the movie. Though I do think good movies aren't actually spoiled, I won't be that guy.The first end credit sequence is the one you want to see, the second is nothing special and not a plot point in any way, shape or form.Go see it.