Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2
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Set to the all-new sonic backdrop of Awesome Mixtape #2, Marvel Studios’ “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” continues the team’s adventures as they traverse the outer reaches of the cosmos. The Guardians must fight to keep their newfound family together as they unravel the mystery of Peter Quill’s true parentage. Old foes become new allies and fan-favourite characters from the classic comics will come to our heroes’ aid as the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to expand.
- Featurettes / Bonus Round: The Making Of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2
- Featurettes / Guardians Inferno Music Video
- Gag Reel
- Deleted Scenes (4 in total)
- Audio Commentary
- Play Movie With James Gunn Visionary Intro
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Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2
Set to the all-new sonic backdrop of Awesome Mixtape, Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 continues the team’s adventures as they traverse the outer reaches of the cosmos. The Guardians must fight to keep their newfound family together as they unravel the mystery of Peter Quill’s true parentage. Old foes become new allies and fan-favourite characters from the classic comics will come to our heroes’ aid as the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to expand.
Roguish, charming, and courageous. He has some heroic traits, but Peter Quill is no angel, and has eked out a living through petty theft, cons, and other criminal activity. While he has no superpowers, his quick wits favour him in conversation and in battle, and he often manages to find unlikely solutions to seemingly insurmountable problems. While he’s a shameless opportunist, deep down Peter Quill is a good man with a solid set of priorities. He’s loyal to his friends and will risk his life and freedom to protect the Galaxy.
For her grandiose warrior status, her insanely righteous intentions and her self-reliant personality — Gamora is a grand green action machine.
Drax comes from a race of primitives who are considered naive and hopelessly underdeveloped by the more advanced galactic groups. As a result, Drax is extremely unaware of basic concepts such as metaphors and customs. They are, however, a fierce and capable warrior race who follow a tribal-like culture.
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This movie is a very fun superhero film. It does not provide us with a very heavy storyline, the premise is quite simple and best of it all, it’s absolutely funny!. My partner and I truly enjoyed this movie as we could’nt stop laughing at several of the scenes and there were even some emotional moments as well which were lovely to watch at the end. I love the chemistry among the Guardians, and I loved Baby Groot's very cute and adorable behavior. I also loved the opening scene which my partner thought was very cool and kept going back to watch again and again.
In addition to the brilliant chemistry among the stars, I also felt that Mantis' character was fun to watch, especially whenever she was interacting with Drax. In this sequel, it was also surprising to see Drax' extremely funny side and hilarious comments. Both Yondu and Nebula also had much larger and important roles in this movie compared to Volume 1. There was even a surprise new character played by Sylvester Stallone whom I understand would be having a larger role in future Marvel movies.
Apart from those fun interactions and the nice light story, the movie itself was not the type full of action scenes. There were a few spread out through the movie. The sound effects were good, the effects involving Baby Groot and Rocket were awesome, but the CGI effects during the scenes in the Ego planet where looked extremely computerized. One thing that was quite curious for me is the trailer to this movie was already showing Kurt Russel portraying Peter's father, which I thought would be best kept hidden to avoid a major plot spoiler! But then as we continued watching it, I realized that it was more like a part that was supposed to intrigue us.
I personally felt that this movie was better than Volume 1, in term of the story, comedy and characterizations. And for those of you who knew that Marvel's movies would have some end credit scenes, better wait till the very end, since this film has got not 1, not 2 not even 3, but 5 post credit scenes altogether!
So if you enjoyed the first volume, you will definitely enjoy this one even more. I would recommend you to watch the first one before seeing this one to have a better understanding on the movie. If you are a fan of a much heavier plot based/action based/ morale based superhero movie, than this one may not suit you, but I am confident that you would still be entertained watching this one!
The storytelling did felt a little stretched at times and overwhelmed by the stunning special effects. But the character development continues to be fun, with some great one-liners and team chemistry. The characters have grown into a family of sorts, with some great dysfunctional banter. I loved the retro soundtrack, especially the ELO and Cat Stevens segments which bookend the film wonderfully.
But the real star of the film is undoubtedly Baby Groot, who is adorable and steals every scene he's in. I never expected I'd feel so protective or moist-eyed about a tiny CGI root vegetable, but that's how well they wove him into the story. The little sproutling has become a protective focus of the whole team and right from the start he has the audience in the palm of his tiny hands, all [g]rooting for him.
Is it as good as the first one? Yes, in many aspects, but much of the pleasant surprise of this crazy universe and the 80's-music that was there with the first movie, is gone.
The story is okay, I didn't particularly like the meandering plot around Peter's father Ego . Then again, it doesn't matter because its all about friendship, great visuals and 80's tracks .
When possible we buy the 3D version and this one looked fantastic on our reasonably high-end OLED screen.
The cgi is effective and bold, many different worlds offering many different types of location, fauna and forna. Day glow colours and neon to dark, moist forests
The soundtrack is quite possibly the standout again, it's almost a grown up version of the previous soundtrack, providing the movie with an extra depth and character of its very own.
A great Saturday night action movie to be enjoyed by all the family. There is love, loss and humour spread throughout the action beats and massive set pieces. Just be aware of the swears and a lot of violence (just like every other marvel movie out there).