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Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
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James Gunn
Benicio Del Toro as Taneleer Tivan / The Collector
Peter Serafinowicz as Denarian Saal
Sean Gunn as Kraglin / On Set Rocket
Laura Haddock as Meredith Quill
Dave Batista as Drax the Destroyer
Karen Gillan as Nebula
Melia Kreiling as Bereet
Emmet Scanlan as Head Guard
Glenn Close as Nova Prime Rael
Vin Diesel as Groot (voice)
Zoe Saldana as Gamora
Djimon Hounsou as Korath the Pursuer
John C. Reilly as Rhomann Dey
Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser
Chris Pratt as Peter Quill / Star-Lord
Storyline: After stealing a mysterious orb in the far reaches of outer space, Peter Quill from Earth, is now the main target of a manhunt led by the villain known as Ronan the Accuser. To help fight Ronan and his team and save the galaxy from his power, Quill creates a team of space heroes known as the "Guardians of the Galaxy" to save the world.
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Overproduced Fanfiction
The First paragraph of this review consists of exposition. If a potential reader wishes to read about my opinion on the movie, skipping to the second paragraph is advisable. It's been about two years since I saw this movie at the cinema - something is compelled me to organize my thoughts and write this now. Why? I'm not entirely sure, I guess "Guardians Of The Galaxy" was always kind of an enigma to me. How could a movie so inept in everything it tries to do be so praised? It's not your typical Michael Bay-esque Hollywood cookie-cutter garbage, so It's success can't be attributed to following the same, overused, cliché-infested formulas. It could be that I am insane in my own specific way, but outside of production value I found no redeeming qualities here. I know the movie is an adaptation (of sorts) of a comic book series. My knowledge of comics is incredibly limited, so I'm judging this thing on it's own merits.

"Guardians Of The Galaxy" reminded me of one of those sci-fi stories I would come up with when I was 10-13 years old. It was a favorite pastime of mine, coming up with characters, who were blatant rip-offs of others from franchises I enjoyed at the time, putting them in nonsensical situations (of course, to 12 year old me it all made perfect sense) and just admiring my creation as any narcissistic child would. Of course, my stories didn't have movie adaptations with astronomical budgets.

I compared "Guardians Of The Galaxy" to a child's sci-fi story because of it's complete lack of direction - too many plot lines (more akin to plot doodles) that are individually unrefined and irrelevant to the overall story, which somehow manages to be even more undefinable. It's like a space opera chopped up and stitched together in some horribly messed up jigsaw puzzle. Now, some movies thrive on a lack of continuity and direction (Tarantino practically mastered that form of film-making), but this specimen is different. Again, it's as if the script was written by a child and the whole thing was directed by some individual who somehow had the skill of a top-notch director, but again possessed the mindset of a 12 year old.

What's even more surreal about the whole thing is that it feels incredibly solid - it's not "The Room" where every seen is irrelevant, because of the writer/director's sheer incompetence. Somehow, "Guardians..." holds itself together quite well, again everything else is top notch: Excellent CGI, detailed land/spacescapes (albeit of unoriginal, uninspired design) and pretty good acting with some minor exceptions. As I said before, this movie doesn't play out like a typical Hollywood schlockfest would - there are too many plot lines and too much time is devoted to character development - if this was typical garbage, we would have had a lot more action scenes and female characters in suggestive positions. All these attempts at complexity feel sincere, again, it's like a child trying to do his best, but they have no purpose. To illustrate: why should it matter that the green chick and the blue chick (sorry, too lazy to look up names) are sisters - it could matter, but the movie makes no attempt to give some importance to this statement, they share some scenes, the talk about about each other, they fight, but nothing really comes out of it. It's the same with every single plot point you can think of. The Villain? Well, he's pale blue and angry and he has this massive spaceship fortress and wants to rule/destroy (not sure) the universe, but wait it turns out he's not the main villain, there's another guy and he's even...yeah a 12 year old might buy into this being legit character development, but I've grown far too old and cynical.

In the end, "Guardians Of The Galaxy" feels like it starts from nowhere, goes nowhere and accomplishes nothing. A very empty, yet confusing (albeit visually spectacular) experience. But all the glitter in the world can't make this shine. Sorry.
Awful Movie - not worth any money !
So - my son and I went to watch GotG. After reading mixed reviews we were skeptical but curious. The bad reviews unfortunately were right. The movie has no story line, stupid characters (like a talking raccoon) and more bad language than most rated R films I have seen. The producers were trying to cover the lack of plot with senseless action scenes that all seemed random and disconnected. Do yourself a favor and save the money you spend - you will get more pleasure from a big cup of ice cream. I can't believe Glenn Close and Vin Diesel took even small roles in this.

My sons' quote: " I totally agree with my dad. There was no point in making this movie. The movie is overly dramatic for instance; in the beginning of the movie Starlords mom dies from cancer and she asked him to hold her hand while she dies, and he looks away and cries. Then after she dies he runs out of the hospital and gets kidnapped by aliens. The characters are really badly made, like the evil blue dude who has a half robot daughter that just stands around him like an eavesdropping servant or the madman who just tries to kill Ronan - so a lot of this movie is stupid. We left the theater half way through.
Wow. Just wow...
For some reason I never gotten around to watching "Guardians of the Galaxy" before late in 2016, because I had expected it to be yet another mass-produced Marvel superhero movie. That, and plus it has Vin Diesel in it, which is always a no-no for me.

However, it would turn out that I had really been missing out on something great and entertaining here. And it turned out that this was actually the best Marvel movie to date. I was especially pleased with this not being another pointless superhero movie, which I associate Marvel with.

I am not going to delve into details with the storyline here. Just a quick summary. A band of ragtag spacers come together as their fates intertwine and must band together in order to save the entire galaxy.

What worked in "Guardians of the Galaxy" for me was a couple of things. The storyline for starters, because this was really an entertaining movie from start to end, and it was a story that you could submerge yourself into, because there were so many aspects to it, that there was just something for just about everyone. But also because of the special effects; wow! I was blown away by the special effects, especially because it was so realistic and so vivid; lots of color and vibrant things on the screen throughout the movie. Which leads me to the characters, which were very interesting, well some more so than others.

I really enjoyed the Rocket character (voiced by Bradley Cooper), he was really a blast. Pardon the pun! He had so much charm and wits, and he was just a delight to watch as he unfolded on the screen. And close after him were Peter Quill (played by Chris Pratt) and Gamora (played by Zoe Saldana). I can't really claim to be overly impressed or entertained by the Drax character (played by Dave Bautista) and Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel). But hey, all a matter of individual preference.

"Guardians of the Galaxy" really was a genuinely entertaining movie in every aspect, and it is a movie that you can watch more than just a single time. That, in itself, is some noteworthy accomplishment, especially since many newer movies fail to accomplish that.

I was more than impressed with "Guardians of the Galaxy" and I am not shy to admit that I had really been missing out on a grand adventure. If you haven't seen "Guardians of the Galaxy" yet, then strap in, and prepare to blast into the vast galaxy. I promise you that you will be in for one heck of a ride...
A forgettable entry in the Marvel Franchise
Although somewhat entertained throughout, I wasn't that impressed by this one. The acting was fine. The soundtrack may not be as good as fans make it out to be but it was still pretty catchy. Also the cgi looked pretty good. However, I felt like the movie was trying way too hard to be funny. Even though it's suppose to be this very funny movie, nobody was laughing at the theater I was in. The comedy was very forced and I felt that it wasn't really necessary half the time. At the beginning of the movie. I thought it was going to be a deep movie but after the first 20 minutes, my hope was gone. It ended up being a misguided action movie. The unmemorable super villain was another misstep. And that's another main flaw in the movie. Character development was minimal and I felt no emotional attachment to half of the main characters. I did enjoy most recent Marvel movies but this was just okay. It was a forgettable entry in the marvel series and it didn't do it for me.
Marvels Best Achievement
Marvel has made some great movies, but this is in my opinion there best movie it has all the things I want in a movie . Fun characters Chris Pratt is insanely charming as Star-Lord it might be his best role . Zoe Saldana is Beautiful like always and I liked the chemistry between her an Star-Lord . Dave Bautista is Amazing as Drax The Destroyer he is Hilarious this is the best Wrestler turned Actor Role I've seen in awhile . Rocket an Groot are a Great pair Bradley Cooper has such a charismatic voice for Rocket , an Vin Diesel as Groot is Fantastic even if he only has 1 line . The script is so Cleverly written its the Funniest Marvel Movie for Sure . The Action is so much Fun it has Amazing Space Battles . Now my Favorite thing from the Movie is Definitely The Soundtrack the Music used in this was Spectacular each song felt like it had a purpose an was there for a reason . The only complaint I have with the movie is something Marvel has never really got right in there movies is The Villain and this movie is suffers from the same thing Ronin The Accuser is Bland an Boring with Zero Depth and is just a Enforcer for The Bigger Baddie thats coming later but he doesn't bring the movie down that much . Overall Guardians Of The Galaxy is a Sci-Fi Action Packed Comedy with Great Characters, Fun Action, and a Awesome Soundtrack I highly recommend it for anyone who loves Movies
A Visually Stunning Galaxy
With each new film they release, Marvel outdo themselves time after time, from 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' to 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' and now to this amazing and irreverent superhero blockbuster packed full of humour and action in a visually stunning galaxy. Previous Marvel films have tried too hard to place humour in situations that didn't require it, 'Guardians of the Galaxy' however employs it frequently and due to the constant stream of jokes it works perfectly. Chris Pratt is by far one of Marvel's best casting choices since Robert Downey Jr. as 'Iron Man', even beyond this the other acting bodies were cast perfectly. The visual effects are utterly stunning and the battle scenes are epic, 'Guardians' is a truly amazing and thrilling superhero flick full of visual splendour.
who are those 300000 people that liked this HORRIBLE movie? what is your problem??
I've never seen so bad movie since "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull".... HOW?HOW can this movie has a rating above 8?? From the beginning of the movie till the end all you see is a mess! Childish plot, childish characters and awful, AWFUL humor ALL the times !! Even in the "serious" and "important" scenes there's always a stupid joke to ruin the moment(which is already ruined but anyway..). countless clichés and a story so bad that made me burn many many brain cells! The CGI where just OK and the fight scenes were at best indifferent..there were also some slo-mo scenes with nothing really to offer,i mean it's like a guy jumping in slow motion...seriously!nothing cool about it nothing new!Nothing about this movie is new or original! I have nothing else to say for this "movie"..stay away!
Guardians of the Galaxy is delightful, thrilling, well paced, visually astonishing and stunning film.
Guardians of the Galaxy: Movie Review.

Guardians of the Galaxy is another one of the solid and best entry to Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film has strong charismatic and compelling performances and impressive direction. The plot and story structure of the film is touching and refreshing. The humour in the film feels genuinely realistic, gripping and convincing. The characters are very well developed and have emotional depth and intensity. The cast is great and the performances are amazing. Sound track and musical score of the film is phenomenal and top notch. Characterisation of Rocket and Groot is brilliant.

The movie looks visually beautiful and spectacle. The visual effects of the film are spectacular and dazzling and stylish tone of the film feels very highly creative, artistic, and imaginative. Character Design of non human characters are exceptionally remarkable and fascinating. Cinematography of the film is fantastic. Action Sequences are fast paced, epic, breathtaking, and very well shot. The direction and the directing style of James Gunn is excellent. The performances are great. Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, they are all amazing in their respective characters. Rest of the supporting cast and characters are also good.

The film seems little overstuffed with unnecessary elements and sub plots. The film has weak and underdeveloped villain character. Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser has tried hard to deliver, but his character is very underutilized. All over, Guardians of the Galaxy is an entertaining Marvel film.

(Please Note: That This Review represent only my professional point of view and my personal honest opinion about the film, and does not represent others. Thank You).
The most unique and delightful film Marvel has created to date
(Rating: 12A, 121 mins) Written by Zen Terrelonge

Starring – Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Bradley Cooper, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel

If you've seen the trailers for Guardians of the Galaxy, you'd be within your rights to think Marvel Studio execs have been hitting the bottle hard or taking LSD.

The film revolves around a group of dysfunctional but goodhearted criminals – think Robin Hood's Merry Men of the future – comprising human thief Peter Quill aka Star-Lord (Pratt), green assassin Gamora (Saldana), talking raccoon Rocket (Cooper), knife-wielding Drax the Destroyer (Bautista), and walking tree Groot (Diesel).

Like the Avengers, the Guardians get off to a false start but soon unite over a common cause, namely, the galaxy being obliterated by genocidal maniac, Ronan – not Keating – the Accuser.

Ah yes, the old, let's-exterminate-everyone-for-the-mistakes-of-their-forefathers ploy.

But unlike Avengers Assemble, Guardians of the Galaxy oozes offbeat originality and frankly, it's the most unique and delightful film Marvel has created to date.

It's a hell of an achievement given the extensive movie library the company is building up and when you consider the characters aren't household names like 'big three' Iron Man, Thor and Captain America, but Marvel seems well aware of that fact with the final production risky to say the least.

The film opens in 1988, which is when Quill is abducted from Earth, and 26 years later we see he's become a crooked intergalactic outlaw with a taste for all things shiny, valuable and not his.

Given the distinct decade in which he was taken, his cassette player and mixtape of 70s and 80s tracks are laced throughout the film, which creates a quirky yet grounded quality in the midst of all of the dazzling interstellar warfare that takes place along the way.

In addition to the soundtrack, jokes and comedy have never been more of a feature in a Marvel film – perhaps Iron Man 3 was the closest – as gags are thrown into the unlikeliest of scenarios to lessen the tension, and I would imagine, to really differentiate itself from Avengers Assemble, Star Wars and Star Trek, which by comparison are left looking very sombre.

That said, if you were going to compare Pratt's Quill to someone, the character is quite reminiscent of Chris Pine's Captain James Kirk – smart, womanising, reckless leaders, who eventually find their feet.

The editing is supreme and makes each bit of dialogue super-sharp and tight, so when the infamous five are bickering or talking generally, the repartee all feels really clean and natural without being awkward or forced.

Thor can be stubborn, Iron Man can be arrogant and Captain America is considered too stiff, but all of the Guardians bring even more wildly different qualities to the table and offer some diversity that doesn't ever grate or bore, which wouldn't have been possible without such excellent casting.

Meanwhile, the film is very much in the here and now, with Quill's backstory the only one that truly gets a look-in, which creates a sense of intrigue about his colleagues who only have their pasts hinted at, meaning sequel fodder.

There's just no way of knowing where you're going and tonally the movie delivers a piece of everything and it's done big and without hesitation.

Guardians may have been a gamble, but I'm Grooting for it to Rocket to the top.

Worst Marvel Movie So far
I was so excited to watch the movie because everyone hyped it up so much, but was extremely disappointed by the first hour of watching. I was expecting something more out of it and I wholeheartedly believe the rating misrepresents the movie. It is definitely overrated and over hyped. The narrative is too set up, I feel like the story was written around the purpose of having the 4 characters together. It is boring to watch as the audience already knows what is going to happen half way through. The love story is so cliché I just can't. I'm pretty sure this is a crappy review but I can't concentrate on one thought as I'm half way through the movie right now. I love Marvel Movies but this one just killed me, I'm so bored I don't even want to finish it. Definitely DO NOT RECOMMEND watching.
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