Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3

Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3

Peter Quill, still reeling from the loss of Gamora, must rally his team around him to defend the universe along with protecting one of their own. A mission that, if not completed successfully, could quite possibly lead to the end of the Guardians as we know them.

  • Released: 2023-05-03
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
  • Genre: Action, Adventure
  • Stars: Zoe SaldaƱa, Dave Bautista, Karen Gillan, Bradley Cooper, Pom Klementieff, Sean Gunn, Elizabeth Debicki, Will Poulter, Chukwudi Iwuji, Sylvester Stallone, Daniela Melchior, Maria Bakalova
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  • emjgiddy - 20 May 2024
    Excellent Movie
    "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" delivers an exhilarating and heartfelt conclusion to James Gunn's beloved trilogy, earning a well-deserved 9/10. This installment expertly balances humor, action, and emotion, providing a satisfying closure for the characters we've grown to love.

    The film picks up with the Guardians facing new challenges and threats, as well as personal struggles. The storyline is compelling, with each character receiving significant development and closure. Rocket's backstory is particularly poignant, shedding light on his origins and adding depth to his character. The film's exploration of themes such as family, redemption, and self-discovery is both touching and resonant.

    James Gunn's direction shines once again, blending his unique style with the Marvel formula. The humor is spot-on, with the signature banter and quirky interactions that fans have come to expect. However, the film doesn't shy away from darker and more serious moments, giving it a mature tone that enriches the narrative.

    Visually, "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" is stunning. The vibrant colors, imaginative worlds, and impressive special effects create an immersive experience. The action sequences are well-choreographed and thrilling, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats. The film's soundtrack, featuring an eclectic mix of classic hits, complements the scenes perfectly and enhances the overall atmosphere.

    The performances are outstanding across the board. Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper, and Vin Diesel all bring their A-game, delivering performances that are both humorous and deeply emotional. The chemistry among the cast is palpable, making their interactions genuine and engaging.

    While the film excels in many areas, there are a few minor flaws that prevent it from achieving a perfect score. Some plot points may feel slightly rushed, and a few new characters don't get as much screen time as fans might hope for. However, these issues are relatively minor and do not detract significantly from the overall experience.

    In conclusion, "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" is a triumphant and fitting end to the trilogy. It captures the essence of what made the first two films so special while delivering a fresh and emotionally rich story. It's a must-see for Marvel fans and anyone who appreciates a well-crafted, entertaining film. This final chapter solidifies the Guardians' legacy in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and leaves a lasting impact.
  • Mike_Devine - 23 March 2024
    An emotional goodbye to these goofy 'Guardians'
    As the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues its never-ending mission to bring peace to the universe, we learn to say goodbye to a motley crew of space pirates and oddballs in 'Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 3.'

    The James Gunn-directed sci-fi comedy marks the conclusion of the trilogy that brought together the likes of a human rebel (Chris Pratt), a badass racoon (Bradley Cooper), a dimwitted warrior (Drax), a Thanos stepdaughter (Karen Gillan), an assassin (Zoe Saldana), a soft-hearted bug alien (Pom Klementieff) and I am Groot (Vin Diesel) as they traversed space and time to protect those who needed protecting. This unlikely bunch won the hearts of many MCU fans, as 'Guardians' struck a much more comedic, lighthearted tone than some of the other franchises within this family of superheroes.

    In 'Vol. 3,' the focus shifts to the origins of Rocket and introduces his longstanding nemesis, The High Evolutionary (played connivingly by Chukwudi Iwuji). Quite honestly, this may be one of the most emotional Marvel films to date, as there are plenty of scenes that are tear-inducing. But 'Vol. 3' has a little bit of everything to offer, as there are plenty of knock-down, drag-out battles and goofiness to go around. The interpersonal drama between the crew is silly but intriguing, including Quill's attempt to rekindle a flame with the (should be dead) Gamora and the brother-sister antics between Mantis and Drax. And yes, there's a very bad dog (in the most complimentary way).

    Sure, it doesn't have the gravitas of an 'Avengers,' but it wasn't supposed to. We'll likely continue to see these characters in other storylines, but it's still sad to say goodbye to these Guardians.
  • zodypop - 3 March 2024
    Worst Marvel movie I have ever seen.
    Sad, it's sad and depressing. Way too long. Hell of a lot longer than it needed to be. It's basically a science fiction p S. A. For animal abuse. If I could rate it minus a 1000 I would. Humor was terrible. I like the other guardians of the Galaxy movies way more. The only redeeming quality this movie has is it's music. Way too emotional. Why did the writers and creators have to put our little rockets through that b******* The villain's obsession with Rocket is unnecessarily Obsessive. The planet with all of the animals.

    Acting like people Was just weird. The dynamic between star Lloyd and His girlfriend who didn't remember him was stupid. I understand that She didn't remember him, but they didn't have to be so awkward about it. Not funny at all!