Ant-Man returns in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne, along with Hank Pym and Janet Van Dyne, explore the Quantum Realm, where they interact with strange creatures and embark on an adventure that goes beyond the limits of what they thought was possible.
Understanding the MPAA Ratings
Best for: Ages 13 and up
Super hero violence
Mentions of entire worlds being destroyed.
An intense fight sequence near the end of the movie with blood and noticeable injuries.
Several uses of words like “d*mn”, “holy sh*”, “ass”, “a**-hole” and calling someone a “dick”.
Reference to having “needs”
Characters drink and reference being drunk
The final battle scene is intense with a lot of characters fighting at once.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is the third film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Ant-Man movies. The film follows Hank, Janet, Scott, Hope and Cassie into the quantum realm where they encounter, Kang the Conqueror, a super-villan more powerful and dangerous than Thanos. The film is set in a fantastical world with strange creatures that may be scary for younger audiences. There are several intense battle scenes where secondary characters die or are injured. The final fight sequence is more violent and bloody than other fights in the film. There isn’t a lot of strong language but there are occasional uses of the words, “d*mn”, “ass”, and “sh*t”. Characters are often in perilous situations and the fate of the world(s)/universe is at stake. The film has a large scale story that ties in with other Marvel stories that may be helpful to watch for a full understanding of the film, however not necessary. This film is best suited for older kids/tween that are OK with intense super hero violence and occasional language.