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Ant-Man And The Wasp is one of those fun movies that the whole family can truly enjoy. There isn’t too much violence or bad language, and the story has just enough action to keep everyone entertained throughout. If you are stuck inside on a cold day, a movie and family fun day with Ant-Man And The Wasp may be just the thing to do!

Scott Lang’s Fun At Home Tips

If you need some fun things to do while stuck inside this winter, check out these fun games that will keep you entertained — Scott Lang style!

Play Drums! Even if you don’t know how to play, grab something and start a beat. Have the kids join in and create your own little band.

Indoor Bowling. Grab your favorite plastic bowling set and head to the hallway for a fun game of indoor bowling. If you don’t have a set, use some plastic bottles and a ball — use your best judgment here. šŸ™‚

Sing Karaoke. Play your favorite tunes and sing along. Have the kids hold a contest and see who they think does the best rendition. You don’t even need karaoke microphones… and the neighbors may thank you for that.

Build A Fort. Got kids? Got boxes? Got Blankets? Then you have the makings of a fort, and what kids don’t love creating their own little world? (See some great fort building kits here)

Watch A Movie. Grab some snacks, get comfortable, and throw in Ant-Man And The Wasp for a fun family night in!

Ant-Man And The Wasp Review

We had a chance to have our own little movie night and my whole family loved Ant-Man And The Wasp! There was laughter, excitement, and my older kids loved the action. My younger kids loved seeing the shrinking and growing going on in the movie.

While I felt there could have been a littleĀ more action, and maybe even a bit more comedy, overall I also really enjoyed Ant-Man And The Wasp. I love Paul Rudd as the lead, and the story overall was pretty good because it developed the Ant-Man story further (see synopsis below), and it tied into everything else going on in the Marvel Universe (think Avengers Infinity War).

The mid-credit scenes and the end scenes really do leave you asking for more as well. I am dying to know what the next chapter in this whole thing is going to be. Will anyone be brought back after the Infinity Stones were used? Is there any hope for Scott? Will the Ghost storyline be developed more? Aaaah! I can’t wait for more!


Ant-Man & The WaspĀ follows Scott Lang who is grappling with the consequences of his choices as both the superhero Ant-Man, and as a father in the aftermath of “Captain America: Civil War.” As he struggles to rebalance his home life with his responsibilities as Ant-Man, he attempts to serve house arrest with his daughter Cassie Lang, bonding through imaginative ways they invent to entertain themselves at home.