Matt Hurt’s review published on Letterboxd :
Ant-Man and the Wasp is a great palate cleanser following Infinity War. The comedy is solid (Michael Pena steals the show again but Randall Park is an amazing addition). The action is what stands out the most, though. The variety of the set pieces means there's never a dull action beat. There's a sequence in a kitchen that is phenomenal and a high speed chase through San Francisco that is fantastic.
I like Walton Goggins a lot but wish he had a little more to do. Hannah John-Kamen does a good job being menacing, yet vulnerable. The display of Ghost's powers is really thrilling too.
All in all, I really enjoyed Ant-Man and the Wasp and really hope Marvel has a 3rd one in the works.
Also, Stan Lee's cameo is hilarious.