Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

7.8 IMDb
19 April 2017 Release
$ 200 000 000 Budget
136 min Duration
Genres:Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Countries:USA, New Zealand, Canada
Director:James Gunn
Writers:James Gunn, Dan Abnett
12 Votes

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The Guardians of the Galaxy are hired by the leader of the well-planned Sovereign race Ayesha to destroy a monster to protect their valuable batteries. Peter Quill, Gamora, Drax, Rocket and Baby Groot defeat the monster and receive the notorious Nebula, who is Gamora estranged sister, as previously agreed to receive the bounty offered for her. However Rocket steals a couple of batteries and their spacecraft is attacked by the Ayesha and Sovereign. Out of the blue, the Sovereign fleet is destroyed by a mysterious ship and the Guardians crash on a planet. Soon they learn that the ship that helped them is owned by Ego, who claims to be Quill's father and invites Quill to visit his planet. He goes with Gamora and Drax while Rocket fix their space craft with Baby Groot and Nebula cuffed to debris. They head to the planet and Gamora and Drax Befriend the empathetic Mantis while Quill learns from the celestial Ego that he has powerful abilities. Meanwhile Ayesha hires the outcast Ravager Yondu Udonta, who raised Quill, to hunt down the Guardians for them.

Movie Comments

  1. Samiam3, 1 month ago
    "How can you guys be friends? all you do is argue." asks Gomora's sister. For most of the first half, I confess, I was asking myself the very same question. The script is 80% bickering, which makes Guardians paradoxically entertaining and not. The banter is the film's highlight, but its not easy to invest in a family that only ever points out the worst in each other. Rocket has enough material to be an insult comic.

    Director James Gunn's strength is his ability to set up laughs both in dialog and in shot. He has a good eye for framing shots to make the most out of the visual gags. Just when you think the movie is starting to take itself seriously, he throws in another punch.

    Perhaps it could be argued then that his weakness is restraint. The action set pieces are a circus of animation and disorienting camera work, and there are far too many colours on the palette (including pink). When everything is dazzling to look at, nothing is. The climax is an especially shaky fiasco, pitting the guardians against Quill's super villain father and his generic super villain plot involving control of the universe. Here we have Kurt Russell playing Kurt Russell, and never knowing how seriously to take himself from line to line.

    The script makes it a priority to shed light on Peter Quill, but less for the sake of the character and more for the sake of embedding plot device; Isn't that always the case? It's a shame that Chris Pratt has nothing to bring beyond his face. Even his one liners fall flat, because he takes himself so darned seriously for the camera.

    Stan Lee gets his usual funny cameo but more unexpected is a guest appearance by Sylvestor Stallone, who is just in the movie long enough (and not too long) to be good.
  2. Linda Moore, 1 month ago
    I loved the first film but found this one less enjoyable. I liked the 'family' dynamics and loved the humour of Baby Groot but there was too much flash, bang and wallop for me, even though it was superbly done. The film's heart and morals are in the right place - I just wish there had been a little more focus on those and the characters, rather than on grandiose (and very loud) action sequences.
  3. CDog1964, 1 month ago
    I thought Kurt Russell did a great job and was a fine addition to a great cast. I thought the story line was eh and they were trying to hard to get you emotionally attached to what most people see as a funny group. Also, I HATE this move by Hollywood to try and make Chris Pratt out to be heartthrob stud. It failed in Passengers and scene in GotG2 where he is shirtless was as bad as the butt scene in Passengers. Pratt is best when he is an everyday, likable Joe IMHO. All in all, it is still an enjoyable flick and worth a watch.