Ant-Man and the Wasp in 4D

‘I do some dumb things, and the people I love the most – they pay the price.’ /Scott Lang in Ant-Man and the Wasp/

What is this movie about?
First of all you have to check out the first Ant-man movie to fully understand this one. Scott Lang /Paul Rudd a.k.a. Phoebe’s boyfriend, Mike from Friends/ has been under house arrest for three years. On the last week of his penalty he faces a serious decision. Becoming a free man or taking a huge risk but saving people’s lives.

What did I like about this movie?
Ant-Man is not my favourite Marvel movie but I always liked Scott’s character. He is very gentle and his daughter means everything to him. In addition he has a down-to-earth kind of personality and feels he responsible for other people as well.
In addition the whole movie is very funny. Not just Scott but his co-worker Luis will make you pee in your pants if you are not careful.

Who do I recommend it for?
I recommend this movie to all Marvel fans, because it’s essential for them (Who do I want to kid? Us!) Also if you are looking for a comedy with a lot of action scenes.

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And what about the 4D?
As a huge cinema fan I always wanted to try watching a movie in 4D. In Hungary you can only find this kind of opportunity in the capital, Budapest. So during my mini-holiday I decided make my dream come true. The ticket costs three times more than a regular one but it’s OK, because we are having hardcore fun, right? After entering I got a regular 3D glasses (That I have to put on top of my regular glasses. You can imagine how much fun that is.). The movie starts with a car hunt and when it all began my seat began to move. Up and down, from side to side, sometimes in circles. I felt like sitting roller-coaster rather than in the cinema. But it was new. Then smoke came out and an air cannon brushed my earlobe and my legs (That made me jump… twice… hard… with a shout…). I remember never letting to of the seat’s rail. All in all I’m glad I tried 4D but it rather put me off than making me feel like I was actually in the movie.
Now I’m thinking… Should I try IMAX?