"GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2" (2017) Review
Before I started on this review, I found myself wondering which "phase" in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) that "GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2" found itself. Phase Two? Phase Three? In fact, I continued to ponder more about the franchise's current phase than about the plot for this movie. Until I finally shook myself out of this stupor.
Back in 2014, Marvel Films/Disney Studios released "GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY" during the month of August, more or less a graveyard for summer films. I suspect...
Most of the films featured in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have been set on Earth - mainly in the United States - and featured human characters. There have been exceptions - namely the two "THOR" movies that were partially set in the realm of Asgard and 2012's "THE AVENGERS", which featured an alien invasion. For the first time, the MCU released a movie mainly set in worlds other than Earth. And it is called "GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY".
Cellular regeneration:Groot has been seemingly killed on three occasions, each time regrowing from a sprig.
Strength: Groot's tree like form provides him great strength.
Durability: Groot's hide is composed of wood dense enough and durable enough to make him immune to most conventional weapons, including gunfire and fire which would consume most woods.
[Here is the prologue to my new fan fiction]
Jasmine Lillian Quill was only three years old when she was taken from Earth and she had a lot on her mind. Her brother went missing the other night and her mother had died. Jazz was in the woods, it was the one place where she could clear her mind. She looked around it felt like someone was watching her. The girl turned invisible. She had the power to turn invisible which she liked to use her power to mess with her brother when they were playing hide and seek. A twig snapped making her jump, Jazz couldn't see anyone very well nor did...
Hello,this article is just as it says in the title it's the reasons on why I believe "Guardians of the Galaxy" is the best Marvel movie yet. This is all my opinion you don't have to agree,but please no negativity in the comments.
To begin with the plot is pretty good,but I won't go into details to avoid spoilers. Movies tend to get right down to the plot,however GOTG nicely spaces it out,not rushing into anything giving its plot time to develop.
The action was nice,though sometimes it was hard for me to keep up with what was happening due to its speed,that's okay...
With the release of Iron Man in 2008, Marvel has established itself as the gold standard of live action. The formula for this success has been an integrated universe with strong individual character stories. The other hallmark of Marvel’s strategy to date is that all their stories have been grounded on Earth (yes, they have traveled to other worlds, but fundamentally all the major battles culminate here at home). Guardians of the Galaxy looks to break that mold by introducing a team of heroes (or are they more anti-heroes?) set in the far reaches of the galaxy. Will mainstream audiences...
Name: Jasmine Quill
Race: Human but has the power to turn invisible
Personality: Outgoing and shy, she is a loyal friend to those who know her the best. Jazz can be calm in some situations she finds herself in. She doesn't trust people that easily but will slowly warm up to others.
History: Jazz was born on the same day as her brother Peter, she had a thing for horses. She loved the animals so much that now she owns one named Uranus. Jazz got taken from Earth by Nebula at a...
Yahoo Movies traveled to London last September with a group of journalists to visit the production, where they talked to Pratt about what it’s like wielding the Star-Lord’s blaster and what might make Guardians better than Star Wars.
Yahoo Movies: Is the fact that most of the general public is going to meet these characters for the first time a benefit?
Chris Pratt: It probably is helpful that people don’t know who he is, because it would be my intention to make him my own anyway. That’s...
Guardians Of The Galaxy is one of the less well-known properties in the Marvel universe, so to give newcomers a helping hand, the studio has released a handy set of character bios to bring you up to speed.
PETER QUILL (Chris Pratt)
Peter Quill is an interstellar adventurer who was abducted from Earth at a young age. After recovering an ancient artefact, Quill must rally an unlikely team of cosmic misfits to prevent a powerful villain from destroying the galaxy.
I have to say a BIG thank you to the writers and creators of such a wonder work of art! Groot has become a pet of my Traumatic Brain Injury group. We can all see little pieces of ourselves in him. Thank you for helping us deal with our trauma with a little humor!
Posted over a year ago
I'm writing a review of the film guardians of the galaxy Vol. 2 for a local magazine. I was wondering if I could get some peoples views on the film logan to quote in the article. Anyone who responds will likely be featured in the article and I can send you a link to the article once it is published. Just any thoughts on whether the film was a fitting final entry for the character and how it stacks up against other X-Men films would be much appreciated. Thanks guys.
Posted over a year ago