April 15, 2024

Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 3

Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 3

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20232 h 30 min
Overview

The Guardians were gone for a very long time when most of them were dusted in the Blip.

Metadata
Director James Gunn
Runtime 2 h 30 min
Release Date 5 May 2023
Title Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 3
Details
Movie Media Cinema
Movie Status Available
Movie Rating Good
Images
No images were imported for this movie.
Actors
Starring: Chris Pratt Bradley Cooper

Warning! Spoilers ahead!

Introduction

The Guardians were gone for a very long time when most of them were dusted in the Blip. However, they have returned and are living on Knowwhere, which they purchased from the Collector to be their headquarters.

Peter Quill, also known as Starlord, is depressed over losing Gamora and her coming back and not knowing who he is. The rest of the Guardians try to help him stay strong and move on, but he finds it very hard to.

One day, the Guardians are attacked by Adam Warlock, who wants to kidnap Rocket Raccoon for his master, the High Evolutionary. However, the Guardians are able to fend off Adam, but Rocket is injured.

Usually, this would be a simple fix with a medpack, but when Peter tries to use one on Rocket, Rockets heart starts to explode. Rocket’s heart actually had a kill switch on it installed by his creator to avoid anyone from tampering from him. The kill switch can only be turned off with a passcode. The Guardians rush to find Rocket’s creator to find the passcode to save their friend.

Ripe Apples

The Guardians aren’t friends. They’re family. They never give up oj each other, no matter the cost. They put their lives on the line for each other so that they can save Rocket.

This film also dives deep in to Rocket’s tragic history. Rocket is seen as someone who cares for his friends and tries to save them, even though he is unsuccessful.

Peter Quill mentions that he had a grandfather and he doesn’t want to talk to him due to his past. However, towards the end of the film Peter learns to mend bonds and visits his grandfather.

Rotten Apples

There is a lot of violence in this film. The amount of gory scenes is much more than many expected to be in this film. Blood is seen a lot, as well as some broken bones. Many animals and people are killed on a regular basis. Explosions, gunshots, and other intense sequences are seen. One man’s face is disfigured similar to “The Dark Knight’s” Two-Face.

There is some sexual content in this film, but some of it is cleverly hidden. In the beginning, someone suggests that Mantis touch Peter to make him happy(it is hinted to be an inappropriate suggestion). Mantis makes a man have a crush on Drax, though nothing happens and Drax thinks it’s stupid. We see men shirtless.

There is a lot of language in this film, including the MCU’s first f bomb, located when Starlord is telling Nebula how to open a car door. There also is about 4 to 5 uses of the h,b,s,a, and d words. “D-ck” is used a few times. The Lord’s name is misused a few times.

Starlord is seen drunk, and we see other characters drink alcoholic beverages.

Conclusion

Overall, the plot of this film was a great ending to the trilogy. We most likely won’t see this team ever team up again. But it gave every character an arc in a great way. We also got to explore Rocket’s past and see some of Starlord’s as well. It was a heartfelt film that definitely will be Marvel’s best movie of the year. It’s sad to see the Guardians of the Galaxy go, but this was a great send-off. However, there was some content that was not needed, which people need to consider before watching this film.

Purchase the film below:

Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 3 | DVD

 

Image includes picture owned by Marvel Studios, edited with Canva.

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