But nothing in that movie made me want to go out and grab another ticket.
I have watched the scene below a dozen times. It is an intense scene. Dialogue and story are at the forefront and the actors are bringing it.
There are lots of comic movies now that demonstrate such scenes. Batman and the Joker talking in the jail during Dark Knight. Civil War. Winter Soldier. Logan. X-Men. Superman: The Movie.
Scenes where characters are talking about things that matter.
That is what gets me right back to the turnstile line after exiting the ride.
I was rewatching Robocop again today... cheesy... but so many great lines.
There was nothing like that in Ant-Man... no scenes I want to head back to the theater for. No lines to ruminate over again and again.
Almost every scene of dialogue was just segueing us to the next CGI MacGuffin chase.
There was a lot to like about the latest Antman. I would give it a B... but that seems to be the best Marvel is doing lately.
I wonder how much of it is as you say and how much is it that we were just young and more impressionable during movies of our youth? I have rewatched many that I just loved when I was a kid and found that they weren't so memorable in my older age. Maybe the kids of today will be saying the same thing about Antman when they watch it again on a classic movie channel.
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