“Ant-Man and the Wasp” is obviously the sequel to “Ant-Man”, which was clever, witty and funny. This one tries to bring back that magic, but doesn’t quite make it. This time Paul Rudd’s character is three days from getting off of two years of house arrest for his role in helping the Avengers in Germany. (Holy crossover!) Professor Van Dyne and his daughter Hope are in hiding, but are about to figure how to find his wife from the quantum realm. They need Antman to help them so they get him out of his house. Meanwhile an arms dealer wants the technology as does another person with super powers. Interesting, but not as tight as the original. Michael Pena provides comic relief as Antman’s business partner and Stan Lee’s cameo is funny. Good action, especially the shrinking and growing sequences. Not Marvel’s best, but not it’s worst. .