Ant-man and the Wasp

It has Michelle Pfeiffer, she makes everything better.
**The Flux Capacitor was a cinematic brilliant decision by Steven Spielberg and Robert Zamekis dating back to the original “Back to the Future”. It’s what makes time travel possible. That’s all one needs to know. Accept it at face value, the flux capacitor makes time travel possible. Fast forward several decades later and apply that theory here. Somewhere in San Francisco, Hank Pym and his daughter, Hope (The Wasp) are purchasing what can best be described as the Flux Capacitor from a Black Arms Dealer. Their transaction is put on hold when a mysterious and elusive ghost appears wanting the same Flux Capacitor*.
Thus, the complexity of the storyline unveils. Good guys vs. the mysterious Ghost. Good guys vs. Black Arms Dealers. Mysterious Ghost vs. Black Arms Dealers. Then throw in Scott Lang vs. the FBI. And the story writes itself.
Decent humor, fun action and a good story made this film enjoyable. Full of laughs throughout the film, especially all scenes involving Michael Pena