Flick’s Friday: ~Guardian’s of the Galaxy~

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I love the first Guardian’s of the Galaxy film, it was such a great starter to a lot more comedic Marvel Films (well Spiderman did that too, but it had way more drama). Guardian’s of the Galaxy was a different feel, it was a Sci-Fi, comic book series, comedy that everyone can love, even those that aren’t into Sci-Fi or comic books, it is still a treasure that people can find and love, my mum is a good example.

Guardian’s of the Galaxy 2 arrived from space to us on Monday, 24th April 2017 and I got to see it on our public holiday on the Tuesday, 25th April 2017, I was very much looking forward to seeing this.

Guardian’s of the Galaxy 2 was a most anticipated film of the year, following the adventures of Peter Quill (Star Lord), Baby Groot, Gamora, Drax, Rocket Raccoon and more, all the ones you love are together again, they are hired by an Alien Race called the Sovereign who are to protect their precious batteries from any unwanted aliens, they are all good until Rocket decides to steal some, where story begins, the fight of the Sovereing, friendship’s being tested in many ways, a father appearing that they had never met and sister’s burring the hatchet (or using it against each other, it was a love hate relationship).

This film was a fun adventure with is trials and heartache and stomachache from all the laughing, great movie, such a great follow up sequel to the box office smash hit previous one.

I had friends who had seen this film, cried in parts, it is a moving movie, for a comedy, it got pretty serious and heart breaking. I enjoyed every moment, it was a film that was over too quickly for me because I was having such a great time. Never a dull moment, also every rule of every Marvel film, you are to wait till the end of the credits, with this film, they had 4 or 5 (I heard it’s five but I think I only counted 4…) scenes during the credits and after.

I recommend this film if you all haven’t seen it yet, which I don’t believe as the cinemas were all booked out on almost every session, I say almost because no one wants to sit RIGHT down the front. I know we had to go to a different session than we wanted because all that was left was the front row, no thanks.


For more information on this film go here:Β http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3896198/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Image used from here:Β http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3896198/mediaviewer/rm911094272



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