Line(s) of the Day #Ant-Man

Ant Man film

Darren Cross: All those years ago, you picked me. What did you see in me?
Hank Pym: I saw myself.
Darren Cross: Then why did you push me away?
Hank Pym: Because I saw too much of myself.

Corey Stoll and Michael Douglas in the superhero action film Ant-Man (2015). Based on the comic book of the same name (with slight plot differences), it tells the story of a thief released from prison who becomes an unlikely superhero after struggling to hold down a job.

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39 thoughts on “Line(s) of the Day #Ant-Man

  1. I just saw this movie about a week or so ago and to my surprise I actually enjoyed it! I’m not sure what I was expecting when the film first came out but the title didn’t interest me so I never even bothered to check out the previews. Moral of the story: Never judge a movie by its name πŸ˜‰

    • I had a good feeling about the film when I saw the behind the scenes feature as part of the promotion. The director was a huge fan of the material and it really came across. The main actor Paul Rudd also interviewed well and understood how differently the unusual set up meant for creative possibilities.

  2. I enjoyed Antman, but for some reason the villain didn’t make that big of an impression on me. I was more impressed by Corey’s performance as Hemingway in ‘Midnight in Paris.’

  3. One hell of a movie.. I like to watch movies because of this wonderful lines and excitement and learning they bring… Great to stumble upon your site.. I have to leave for work now but I have gotta read more.. I love this already.

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