Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
PG-13 | 05 May 2017 (USA)
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The Guardians must fight to keep their newfound family together as they unravel the mysteries of Peter Quill's true parentage.

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Waste of time


Excellent, Without a doubt!!


There are moments in this movie where the great movie it could've been peek out... They're fleeting, here, but they're worth savoring, and they happen often enough to make it worth your while.

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It is an exhilarating, distressing, funny and profound film, with one of the more memorable film scores in years,

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With the birthday of a friends son coming up,I decided that I would get him some Comic-Book presents. Picking up Harley Quinn's Greatest Hits and the stylish Logan: Wolverine graphic novels,I found in the local comic-book shop issues of Guardians of the Galaxy. Planning to get Spider-Man: Homecoming,I decided that to complete the package,to join the Guardians for a second time.View on the film:Returning in a greatly expanded role, Karen Gillan gives a wonderful performance as Nebula,whose fights with sibling rival Gamora (played by a very good Zoe Saldana) is fought with snappy exchanges by Gillan that nicely balance the action thrills. Bouncing off Dave Bautista's lively performance as Drax and Bradley Cooper's wise-cracking Rocket,Chris Pratt tones down the comedic edge Peter Quill showed in the first for a warm sincerity, that impressively gives a human cost to the grand special effects across the screen,as Pratt and Michael Rooker bring a tenderness to the loose father/son relationship between Quill & Yondu.Guarding the galaxy again with cinematographer Henry Braham,writer/director James Gunn sets the rocket off with bursts of dazzling primary colour,with every inch of the screen being covered in bright,pulpy yellow,blues and greens. Landing the action scenes in the middle of a playful,Sci-Fi family drama,Gunn gets lost in space with a stylised sense of scale,where the action scenes, (even the traditional blue floating thing in the sky Comic-Book final) are given a real crunch thanks to Gunn placing each set-piece from the weaving camera following Groot and Rocket's part in standing tall with their family,and continuing to guard the galaxy.

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I am not sure why this one is regarded as the lesser of the two. It seems to me that while it is perhaps slightly less funny, the rest of the film takes what made its predecessor great and betters it. The needle drops are more effective, the villain more intriguing, and the emotional arc more poignant. A great comic book movie.

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Very entertaining, a good date movie! The music takes this film right over the top for me! I have watched it many times!

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It was absolute bull. There was no proper story. It was not even funny. It plainly sucked

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