Is Ant-Man a triumphant anthem about the necessity for bear-human relationships to stay at their current level in order to avoid a third World War? No. Is it a meditation on how the current prison system often leaves those who have served their time with little choice but to return to the life they want to leave behind? Also no, but it pays more attention to that factoid than, say, Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmas. But what Ant-Man does have at one point is an ant that gets blown up to be, what any rational person would call, “roughly the size of a small bear cub.” Does that earn it any bears? No. Hat trick!

Grade: Zero/Five Bears

Written by Daniel Mizell