Watch the final chapter of the Guardians team as they work to support Rocket and defeat the High Evolutionary. The team grows and works together with new friends to save all that need it.
This is another Guardians of the Galaxy movie. This isn't a Oscar winning movie for the acting, but was never meant to be. The music has always been good and the story giving some additional insight into those stories and characters that we love.
The movie constantly has the same level of quick wittiness that you come to expect from these movies. The big twist honestly and the level of care the team did to show the love they have for their characters and each other. I think this is where this movie truly excels as compared to the others. These people have work together with each other for years and enjoyed it and when a project is really coming to a close, you can see the additional effort by nature of the actual emotions they are feeling about it.
The special effects and everything else with this movie are the same you've seen from the last decade of Marvel movies. With that same idea, the story itself isn't really much to write home about. It was a nice bow to put on the end of the series and to close this phase of the Marvel movie.
It was entertaining, sad, funny, but nothing special. I thought about this a bit and I originally gave it an 8, but since I am writing this a couple weeks later, I am giving it a 7. The movie doesn't stick with you, pieces but nothing close to the whole. It is a 7.
Its a Marvel movie, nothing special that makes my parents want to watch it or any others. There is limited language, with the notable exception of the first F-word in the Marvel series. It was well placed, but was spoiled by being shown previously in trailers. Based on the original criterial I set for my parents, they will both watch this movie as it is still family oriented and the language is limited and the violence is silly. However, there is no way that my parents will choose to watch this on their own. Marvel isn't there thing.