Guardians of the Galaxy review

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Five outcasts band together to keep a powerful planet destroying orb out of an evil tyrant’s hands and into the hands of someone with a lot of money in Marvel’s new movie, Guardians of the Galaxy. Chris Pratt stars as Star Lord, an unsuccessful space thief who steals an orb that can destroy life instantly if it falls into the wrong hands. Enter Ronan (Lee Pace), an obsessed power hungry maniac doing the bidding for super villain Thanos (Josh Brolin) until he can gain more power than Thanos. Ronan sends Thanos’ half daughter Gamora (Zoe Saldana) to retrieve the orb from Star Lord, but ends up battling a raccoon named Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper) and a one-line talking tree named Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel). The four of them end up in jail where they put their differences aside, at least long enough to keep Gamora from getting killed by the inmates and Drax The Destroyer (Dave Bautista). Drax’s wife and daughter were killed by Ronan and getting revenge is his main objective. Fortunately, Star Lord is able to convince him not to and in the meantime Rocket comes up with an amazing escape plan. The action in 3D is the incredible standard Marvel comes out with. What makes this movie special is the amount of character interaction and engaging conversations the five misfits have with each other. It feels like there is a lot going on all the time that you have to pay attention to everything on screen. Star Lord’s obsession with ’80s music, Drax always serious demeanor, the odd friendship of Rocket and Groot, and the relationship between Star Lord and Gamora, the heroes trying to work together is more entertaining than them trying to save the galaxy. Marvel movie lovers will not be disappointed and this film has the potential to be the biggest summer release. It is worth watching more than once in theatres.

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