“Ant-Man 3” has fallen on detractors, suggesting that phase 4 wasn’t an anomaly

Ant-man and the wasp Quantenania

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After proving to be by far the most polarizing phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Phase 4 had fans and critics alike hoping for it Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania could right the rickety ship and ignite the Multiverse saga in a suitably spectacular way.

Unfortunately, that didn’t come true. In fact, it’s starting to look like things could possibly get worse before they get better. At the time of writing, Peyton Reed’s Threequel is only the second full-length installment in the MCU to fall below the 60 percent fresh mark on Rotten Tomatoes, and there’s no guarantee it might fall below that eternal the more people get the chance to see it for themselves.

That’s even more worrying Quantumania comes under fire for much of the same things as the majority of Phase Four’s most controversial titles; an over-reliance on CGI and spectacle at the expense of story, constant portrayal designed to drop breadcrumbs for what’s next, lore compelling for those who haven’t read every movie and Disney Plus series have devoured are virtually impenetrable, to name a few.

We’ve heard for years that Marvel Studios fatigue really was and should be in jeopardy Quantumania the latest chapter to be billed as a smashing box office performer to match its decidedly mediocre reviews, then Kevin Feige may have his biggest task yet – convincing the naysayers that the MCU isn’t running out of steam.

https://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/ant-man-and-the-wasp-quantumania-sinking-with-critics-makes-it-clear-that-phase-four-wasnt-an-anomaly/ “Ant-Man 3” has fallen on detractors, suggesting that phase 4 wasn’t an anomaly

Adam Bradshaw

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