Ant-Man and the Wasp

Harmless fun.

As with the original, the best parts are: grounded story (not saving the world — saving Mom); Michael Peña (esp. EdgarWright-esque montage) and action scenes that make fun of features that are unique for these characters (seagull bit, kitchen scene, kid Ant-Man, truckboard, etc.). With the addition of Randall Park.

The worst parts are: the rest of the generic action scenes; weak structure (the ghost plot was particularly lousy); and the lack of chemistry between the three leads. Supporting cast delivers more laughs and excitement.