It's sly, it's vulgar, it's full of gore/profanity/violence/nudity, and it is made entirely with marionettes. After a second viewing, this opinion could very likely change.The sheer amount of wit and subversive humor packed into this film is mind boggling, but yet it doesn't bog you down with vague references and really confusing in-jokes. In other words, if you like this sort of stuff, you'll love it.As Steve Rogers struggles to embrace his role in the modern world, he teams up with a fellow Avenger and S. Hank Pym, plan and pull off a heist that will save the world. Armed with a super-suit with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, cat burglar Scott Lang must embrace his inner hero and help his mentor, Dr.
was directed and co-written by Ash Avildsen, the CEO of indie heavy-metal label Sumerian Records, with help from B-movie connoisseur Matty Beckerman.I caught myself looking at my watch a few times, just sort of wanting the movie to end - and this was at the 1/2 point of the film.The action sequences are fairly average for the most part and I really never got that "edge of my seat" feeling as the characters faced peril.And goddamn, puppets swearing/having sex/killing people/dancing never gets old. The film is actually almost 2 hours long, but as expected, is one which time takes on less relevance. If you are iffy on Parker/South Park/libertarian humor, then you will most likely hate it. Of course, some people are going to see just how limited Trey Parkers voice talents are, but having 4 different minor character sound exactly the same is always a surefire treat. Absolutely nothing in this movie (with the exception of the title credits and I.