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Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby Staff » Wed Aug 06, 2014 10:32 am


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Many saw this film as a crazy Avengers in space Star Wars ripoff, that was too obscure to appeal to a wide audience and was likely going to be Marvel's next misstep if not their biggest flop. Less than a week and over $170 million later, there's only one thing to say to those folks... I. Am. Groot!



You can take that to mean whatever you want. I'm the first one to argue a films gross as an indication of whether it's good or not, but in this case it is. I'm not however, going to argue with the comparisons that those and other people have made, because they are entitled to their opinions and in many ways they are correct. Except the Star Wars thing, that's just stupid. Red uniforms, alien warbirds and lovely green ladies, it's obviously more like Star Trek.

Alright then, let's lock and load. Oh, and let's set the mood if you'd be so inclined and I'll try to keep the spoilers to a minimum, but no promises.


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"Oh, yeah!"


Guardians of the Galaxy (or, How I Learned to Stop Being an A-Hole and Got Hooked on a Feeling), has something for everyone. As long as everyone wants a visually engaging space adventure that's light on plot and heavy on Marvel lore and awkward humour. If you think that's me being critical of the movie it's not, I really enjoyed it and think that keeping the plot simple is one of the keys to its success. Face it, there have been some very good movies with little to no plot.

Lost In Translation

Easy Rider

M*A*S*H

Or, how about The Empire Strikes Back?

Usually, when the main plot of the film is spelled out in the title, that's a bad sign. Think any thing in which Ernest or Harold & Kumar go somewhere or do something. But sometimes a simple plot works best and allows something truly entertaining to unfold. A couple of my favourite movies have simple plots, but they manage to make the most of a minimal narrative, most notably The Blues Brothers. Guardians follows a simple formula that Marvel has hit with before and they have the ability to tweak it and make it different enough to stay fresh and fun.

Will audiences keep falling for this story? Yes, yes we will. At least we will when the Defenders miniseries brings together the heroes of Hell's Kitchen on Netflix and possibly when they announce the Invaders or whatever team follows up the current Avengers. Will it be Dark, Secret, New, Young? Who knows, but I seriously doubt it'll be West Coast.


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Thanks Ninny!


Ready for a change of tune? Here you go. Gunn did a lot of smart things with this movie, this time the star (Lord) is the audience avatar and he could not be more an everyman if he tried. Not exactly a born leader, Quill is crass, greedy and not particularly bright. He mostly relies on the furry to come up with the plans (how great is that?!) and while it would seem he can talk himself into getting what he wants, his exit strategy is always fly by the seat of your pants. In the end, his stepping up is equal parts heroic and practical ("Because I'm one of the idiots who lives there!") as he finally gets to be the outlaw hero he's always seen himself as. He gets the majority of character development, which both works well and is disappointing because we'll have to wait for the sequel to let Rocket, Gamora and poor Drax get something other then a back story synopsis. The characters are established and enjoyable at this stage and the motivations of the villiains needed to be covered as well, so there's only so much time to go around and the pacing is fast without being frantic. The villain isn't one dimensional in this and has motivations as rooted in galactic politics as they are deeply personal and then there's the big bad in the background, pulling strings and setting up dominos.


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Oh, he's not the villain. I don't know who that is... probably not important.


There's a lot going on in the background of this movie. It immediately struck me as the well crafted film equivalent of pop culture nesting dolls. There's a great supporting cast, Glenn Close (all the Novas really), Michael Rooker, Josh Brolin and pretty much everyone was firing on all on all cylinders. Some minor over acting and the missed opportunity to bring in some interesting voice talent for Rocket are the only complaints I could make in that department. Another great aspect was the soundtrack. Honestly, it felt like a Tarantino soundtrack from the get go and that's a compliment in my book. Everything fit and moved things along while maintaining a constant link to the emotional core of the film and Star Lord's journey. Speaking of which. A solid soundtrack is a joy in itself and elevates a film in the eyes of music geeks, integrating that soundtrack into the film well is doing something special. Hmmm, minimal plot AND a catchy soundtrack!? I guess Star Wars isn't the only Lucas film the creators watched.

The star studded voicing in the film was mostly spot on for me and even Seth Green's voice was funny at the end. I'll say though, as much as I liked Vin Diesel as Groot, this voice over still didn't beat Iron Giant as my favourite role of his.


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Adorable. I think he's bi-polar though.


I mentioned all that was going on in the background and there was more than enough to satiate the standard Marvel fan and lots of little jokes peppered though out. My wife was laughing during the booking scene and afterward she said it was because Quill's wrap sheet read like a young Kirk. I personally liked that even more, since Pratt had auditioned for the role in the reboot that eventually went to Chris Pine. They created lots of threads to be pulled on down the line and established so many cosmic entities in the Marvel Universe and set up the introduction of so many more (though I wonder if the link to the Shi'ar Empire could or will be followed up).


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What Would Jim Kirk Do?


Again though, Marvel perfectly creates a balance between empathy and excitement keeping destruction at a minimum, while making it feel like the stakes are high enough. The possible loss, an entire planet (to start), the end result though was a sizable amount of destruction with minimal loss of life. A big part of that was quick, competent thinking on the part of the Nova corps and that wily Raccoon. Again, making Rocket the brain of the outfit is charming and fun and I was looking forward to that since the announcement of the movie.


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*Waits for DC nerd rage*


Guardians of the Galaxy was a purely entertaining experience for me and my family. It's a great example of a film crafted for a wide audience that still manages to service fans without feeling like things have been shoe-horned in. Its links to the greater thread in the MCU is obvious and up front, so there was no need to tease that link in the end credits which simultaneously are played for fun and one last moment in which Marvel reminds you how big and crazy their cosmic side can be. While not as strong a story as Winter Soldier, it's easily the most fun film in the MCU and will no doubt be the favourite for some based on that fact and it's strong allusions to classic genre fare like Raiders and Star Wars, while still appealing to fans of comic book sensibilities.

Verdict: I honestly don't understand why you haven't watched it yet and certainly can't see why you'd need to read any review to convince you. It's all there in the trailers, so much so that additional footage was shot just for the trailers that wouldn't have fit into the movie scenes they appear to belong too. Again, smart. Is it a perfect movie? No, but its flaws are obvious and they have no need to apologize because it all still works. It's all laid before you and it delivers exactly as promised. You can't ask for much more from a movie going experience. For me, it's a 4 and a half star film, but we don't do half measures here, so it's 4 stars and you'll just have to live with it! I will leave you with this though, enjoy.


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If you really liked the soundtrack, you can buy it here and keep the groove going with Awesome Mix Vol. 1


Also, if you really loved Rocket in the film, or have been a fan of the furball forever, his creator Bill Mantlo has hit hard times after a tragic accident several years ago and you can donate to his ongoing medical bills here if you want to thank him for his contributions to comicdom. Thank you.
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby Nicknak » Wed Aug 06, 2014 11:33 am

I just saw the movie last night, and I have to agree that it was pretty fantastic. They made a nice balance of jokes and action, and some of the lines were just the greatest thing ever:
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My favorites were: "why would I put my finger on his neck?", "Who put the sticks up their butts?", and of course "I am Groot." Also, the whole thing with Rocket and the leg had me and my friend laughing for quite awhile.

Overall, it was a great film, and second only to the Avengers and Cap 2.
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby onions » Wed Aug 06, 2014 11:48 am

great review on a great movie. and i agree on all the points. i honestly think the key to this movie was keeping things lighthearted. yeah sure the entire universe hangs in the balance, like every other super hero movie, but it didn't feel grim at all and it worked.

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oh god yes and the eye part? i was dying
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby dWhisper » Wed Aug 06, 2014 12:03 pm

While I was obviously in the "can't wait" camp for this movie, as I took an afternoon off work to go see it the day it came out, but the movie was honestly full of surprises. The biggest to me was exactly how well Dave Bautista did in Drax...

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Sure, you can say it wasn't exactly a complicated part... I suppose it wasn't. But there was a huge element of timing to how the lines were, and something to be said for being able to say as many funny things as he did with a straight face and the stoic rage that Drax is known for. He was a huge surprise in the movie, and a very well kept secret in the previews and trailers.

Though I'll argue that his best line was absolutely "Nothing goes over my head. *pause* I am too fast, I would catch it."


Another big surprise is how well the movie expanded on the trailer. The big fear in something like this is that the trailer was going to show all the best parts. The expanded trailer had the whole "12% plan" thing, and it was funny. But in the movie, there's more to the scene, and even knowing some of the bits, it's funny. Seeing extra stuff made it surprising and even funnier.

The thing with a movie like this is that it was entertaining from the start to the end, even if the firehose of characters and information left it feeling almost too short. Where's a good Peter Jackson "Extended Edition" when you need it? It also did one of the best jobs at balancing the humor, the action, and the drama. Like the review said, a huge part of that falls on Gunn and the writers, but I think that Chris Pratt was the perfect cast for Star-Lord in this movie.

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That was obvious at key parts in the movie. The start, after he left earth, where he's about to steal the orb. The whole dancing through the ruins, kicking the... whatever those things were... using them as mics, while still being comfortable in the environment set the tone of the movie in a huge way.

After he sacrificed the ship and gave himself up to Yondu to save Gamora, and couldn't "play the noble hero" for more than five seconds after she woke up just underlined that this was a flawed character... but not flawed in a tragic way. Flawed in the same way that all of us are.

And of course the end of the thing that was just absolute brilliance. I mean, sure, there was some whole big battle, but only this movie and that character could honestly pull off using a terrible "dance off" to distract the bad guy. It was just a beautiful encapsulation of what the picture was all about.


I'd give it a 5 just for being so entertaining. It was, in a lot of ways, unlike any other superhero film. It worked in some ways because it was a subtle parody of the films that came before it, especially the Marvel stuff, while also being a great homage to them.

It had it's flaws, absolutely, but I'm willing to overlook a whole lot just to be entertained. And while I don't think Bradley Cooper did a bad job as Rocket, he basically was no different from anyone else. He doesn't have some voice that you're going to associate with him specifically, so I feel it was wasted money. I think Brolin did fine as Thanos, but...

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That suit was WAY too much gold. He looked like he should be standing outside a casino in Vegas.


It's obvious that all of the voice acting talent started and ended with Vin Diesel. It didn't have the punch of Iron Giant, because creating something with the punch of that movie Is not possible... and certainly wasn't going to happen in this movie. I can't wait for the BluRay and the behind-the-scenes for him doing it... read up on how much he put into those simple words, and you have to respect the guy. Each version had different inflection and tone to it, and he recorded the lines that way in four different languages in those same inflections. You have to love that level of nerdy dedication.
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby Nicknak » Wed Aug 06, 2014 12:23 pm

buriedbybricks wrote:Then you boys should like:


I would totally pay to see an Avengers + Guardians teamup movie, just for that scene. XD
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby LN.01354 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 12:53 pm

I noticed that you bashed Star Wars on many occasions. Which is alright, but the Empire Strikes Back? No; that movie is perfect.
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby dWhisper » Wed Aug 06, 2014 1:51 pm

Some of us have made quite the name out of bashing Star Wars...

Also, unrelated, but this is in the SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY realm for me...
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby LN.01354 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 2:38 pm

Guardians of the Galaxy was pretty good, but it just seems like a forgettable movie. Unless you are a heavy fan, you probably will forget about this movie. However, that is how all films are, especially Marvel. And it seems that, with all of the reboots and alternate versions, it is hard to follow one cohesive story.

P.S. (To continue my earlier comment.):Overall, I would say that the Star Wars saga balances out to equal greatness. 4=Great, 5=Amazing, 6=Good, 1=Terrible, 2=Bad, and 3=Great.
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby dWhisper » Wed Aug 06, 2014 3:04 pm

LN.01354 wrote:P.S. (To continue my earlier comment.):Overall, I would say that the Star Wars saga balances out to equal greatness. 4=Great, 5=Amazing, 6=Good, 1=Terrible, 2=Bad Somehow Even Worse than 1, and 3=Great Decent when compared to the last two.


Fixed that for you. ;)
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby onions » Wed Aug 06, 2014 3:17 pm

LN.01354 wrote:Guardians of the Galaxy was pretty good, but it just seems like a forgettable movie. Unless you are a heavy fan, you probably will forget about this movie. However, that is how all films are, especially Marvel. And it seems that, with all of the reboots and alternate versions, it is hard to follow one cohesive story.

P.S. (To continue my earlier comment.):Overall, I would say that the Star Wars saga balances out to equal greatness. 4=Great, 5=Amazing, 6=Good, 1=Terrible, 2=Bad, and 3=Great.


I don't quite follow your argument. GOTG has been out less than a week, so in my opinion it might be a tad early to call the movie forgettable. And out of Disney's MCU efforts, there have been zero reboots and zero alternate versions. If you're thinking about Amazing Spider-Man, that property belongs to Sony and isn't part of the MCU. So i'm not sure what it is you're trying to say. if you're trying to say you just didn't like the movie that's fine, but i don't think it's a fair argument to say that there isn't a cohesive story when in fact there is. How GotG weaves it's way into a story with Avengers, if at all, remains to be seen.
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby sparkart » Wed Aug 06, 2014 4:03 pm

Give credit to the current Marvel Cinematic Universe makers for just not screwing it up. I mean, look at the Marvel heroes that've transpired before without the infrastructure and management of Marvel and the MCU. The Punisher, which should be a no-brainer good time, went through three on-screen iterations, and none of them were 100% satisfying (I admit, the last two are a somewhat guilty pleasure for me).

The Ghost Rider was definitely better the second time around, but still, didn't leave 'em wanting more. The Fantastic Four had the ingredients, but someone screwed up mixing and baking it. The middle X-Men movies...now, thankfully, they are back on-track.

Sure, GOTG was a bit contrived, but the characters are so endearing. Bautista was a pleasant surprise, I always expect sultry greatness from Saldana, and Rocket...that one I was really wondering if he was going to be annoying. I liked Rocket, a lot.
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby banthafodder » Wed Aug 06, 2014 4:49 pm

Having known nothing about these guys prior to the movie I had pretty low expectations. Like most of you, though, I walked out of the theater thoroughly entertained. I loved the humor in the film and Pratt was perfect for this role. Rocket was awesome as well.
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby LN.01354 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 5:51 pm

I don't quite follow your argument. GOTG has been out less than a week, so in my opinion it might be a tad early to call the movie forgettable. And out of Disney's MCU efforts, there have been zero reboots and zero alternate versions. If you're thinking about Amazing Spider-Man, that property belongs to Sony and isn't part of the MCU. So i'm not sure what it is you're trying to say. if you're trying to say you just didn't like the movie that's fine, but i don't think it's a fair argument to say that there isn't a cohesive story when in fact there is


I did not say it is a bad movie; I actually quite liked it. I just mean that all of the movies( Spider-Man, Avengers, GOTG, etc) , which supposedly happen in the same universe, do not really fit into one another. Each one is fine on their own, but when you try to add more and more to the bigger story to the point where it just becomes a convoluted mess (admittedly, the same thing happening to Star Wars), the stories become forgettable.

I did like the movie, but since I am not a huge Marvel fan, it just seems like another summer movie. Do not take my remarks as offensive or rude; I am sorry if anyone found them that way. :)
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby buriedbybricks » Wed Aug 06, 2014 7:55 pm

LN.01354 wrote:I just mean that all of the movies( Spider-Man, Avengers, GOTG, etc) , which supposedly happen in the same universe, do not really fit into one another. Each one is fine on their own, but when you try to add more and more to the bigger story to the point where it just becomes a convoluted mess


1) As Ace tried to point out, you're confusing the movies based on Marvel properties, but not created by Marvel Studios with films that are Part of the MCU. The Films that go as part of this universe thus far are:

Iron Man
The Incredible Hulk
Iron Man 2
Thor
Captain America: The First Avenger
The Avengers
Iron Man 3 (whoever is in charge of naming the IM films needs to be fired)
Thor The Dark World
Captain America The Winter Soldier
Guardians of the Galaxy

Any other film is not part of this universe and yes these all fit into each other, while maintaining their own story.

2) Could you please indicate where I was bashing Star Wars several times? Because other then saying that ESB has little to no plot (which, it doesn't), I think you may have been reading another review.

3) If you plan on being one of the "HOW DARE YOU SPEAK ILL OF THE WARS!" types, I'm gonna have a lot of fun with you.
So, please let me know :D
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby LN.01354 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 8:03 pm

Thank you, buriedbybricks, for clearing that up. I had been confused on what is part of the universe and what is not, and finally I have an explanation. Sorry for causing such trouble... :x

If you plan on being one of the "HOW DARE YOU SPEAK ILL OF THE WARS!" types, I'm gonna have a lot of fun with you. So, please let me know :D

I am. :) I am NOT a huge geek who reads the EU and knows what Luke's favorite color is, but rather, I applaud them for being great movies. (Just not I or II, but II is decent).

P.S.: The Empire Strikes Back is the greatest movie of all time...not sure how I pulled Star Wars into this thread, but...yeah.
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby buriedbybricks » Wed Aug 06, 2014 8:24 pm

dWhisper wrote:Sure, you can say it wasn't exactly a complicated part... I suppose it wasn't. But there was a huge element of timing to how the lines were, and something to be said for being able to say as many funny things as he did with a straight face and the stoic rage that Drax is known for. He was a huge surprise in the movie, and a very well kept secret in the previews and trailers.

Though I'll argue that his best line was absolutely "Nothing goes over my head. *pause* I am too fast, I would catch it."

I'd give it a 5 just for being so entertaining. It was, in a lot of ways, unlike any other superhero film. It worked in some ways because it was a subtle parody of the films that came before it, especially the Marvel stuff, while also being a great homage to them.

It had it's flaws, absolutely, but I'm willing to overlook a whole lot just to be entertained.


I think you overstate Batista's contribution. Did he pull off the comedic timing? Yes, but that's why he had an acting coach for the movie. He did a fine job and pulled it off with a couple of little off moments, but he still has a way to go to impress me. Luckily, he'll have a shot and he genuinely WANTS to be a better actor, so I expect more growth from him if they give him the chance.

As for a perfect score, you're just handing out 5's like candy, dude.

The entire reason I go to a movie is to be entertained. Has it gotten to the point where movies are such general let downs that if one performs its function, we gush all over it?

A movie still has to work a bit to get a near perfect score from me.

Oh, and his best line was " I wasn't listening, I was thinking of something else."
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby onions » Wed Aug 06, 2014 9:08 pm

don't forget, the ABC show Marvel's Agents of R.A.F.T. is also part of the MCU, as is the upcoming Daredevil Netflix series as well if i'm not mistaken.

and for the record, spider-man, X-men, and fantastic four are not part of the MCU.
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby buriedbybricks » Wed Aug 06, 2014 9:20 pm

Yeah, I didn't include any of the future stuff, but you're right I missed Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

So, the upcoming projects that are also part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are:

(ABC)
Agent Carter

(Netflix)
Daredevil
Jessica Jones
Luke Cage
Iron Fist
The Defenders

(Films)
Avengers Age of Ultron
Ant Man
Captain America 3
Thor 3
Guardians of the Galaxy 2
Doctor Strange
etc, etc.
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Re: Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy

Postby Flynn » Wed Aug 06, 2014 9:50 pm

LN.01354 wrote:I applaud them for being great movies. (Just not I or II, but II is decent).


II has a better script (no, seriously- if the dialogue didn't suck it's actually not that bad), but on a visual level falls waaaay shorter than Phantom. It's the one where it's clearest Lucas was fast-tracking everything to get to the editing room, and the live-action scenes suffer immensely for it (seriously, 90% of the talky scenes have the exact same blocking. It's astoundingly dull).
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