Guardians of the Galaxy
Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
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James Gunn
Benicio Del Toro as Taneleer Tivan / The Collector
Peter Serafinowicz as Denarian Saal
Sean Gunn as Kraglin / On Set Rocket
Laura Haddock as Meredith Quill
Dave Batista as Drax the Destroyer
Karen Gillan as Nebula
Melia Kreiling as Bereet
Emmet Scanlan as Head Guard
Glenn Close as Nova Prime Rael
Vin Diesel as Groot (voice)
Zoe Saldana as Gamora
Djimon Hounsou as Korath the Pursuer
John C. Reilly as Rhomann Dey
Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser
Chris Pratt as Peter Quill / Star-Lord
Storyline: After stealing a mysterious orb in the far reaches of outer space, Peter Quill from Earth, is now the main target of a manhunt led by the villain known as Ronan the Accuser. To help fight Ronan and his team and save the galaxy from his power, Quill creates a team of space heroes known as the "Guardians of the Galaxy" to save the world.
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The Most Overrated Movie in Existence
I am only giving this film a one because I want the movie's score to be much much lower even if it takes an army to lower it.

Where do I even begin with this? When I saw the trailer for this movie, it looked amazing! A guy from the 80's, A Green Alien, some weird alien looking for vengeance, a tree whose vocab is limited to three words and a raccoon, his best friend fight evil with an amazing soundtrack in the background? THAT SOUNDED AWESOME! So I rushed to the theater when I got a chance to when it got released. It sucked.

OK. Well, It didn't suck, but it was not really good.

This must be the most overrated movie in existence. I mean people talk about the such amazing chemistry these characters have. WHAT?! All They Do Is Argue And Cry for An Hour and a Half at each other! They don't get along until the very end when they stop the villain who himself isn't memorable. The only one I cared about out of any of these unlikable idiots was the raccoon, Rocket who had the persona of Al Capone Meets Jean Claude Van Damme. He had a few interesting lines but still didn't leave me wanting more of him.

People talk about how funny this movie is, I don't think I laughed once. At all. If this is suppose to be a superhero comedy film, then it should be oh whats the word... FUNNY! I felt like I was watching a terrible parody.

Also you know what people talk about? The Action. How amazing the action was. Excuse me, the last quarter was just non stop action and violence with no purpose but to be filler. If I cared about the characters which I don't then I don't care about the action!

Even the story is bad, Star Lord or whatever his name is finds that his mom dies, runs away and gets abducted by aliens. Then out of nowhere years later, he just becomes a ravager. You are not going to show him being trained or bonding with these aliens? It would have been cool to show who these people were! But no, we just get a stupid dance scene that is not amusing during the opening credits.

This movie is so predictable also. Before Star Lord's mom dies, he gets a present but doesn't open it till the end. Any smart person would know it's the Second Mixtape obviously. I am surprised no one knew this except me.

But I'm not done yet. This is a perfect movie to show Style over Substance. I have never read the comic, but the whole execution was terrible. The whole thing is just action, arguing, things blowing up, more action, more arguing, more things blowing up and that is it. How is that good entertainment!? Action is important I know but you just can't have terribly executed action sequences with bad 'Character Development' and more crap blowing up!

One more thing, The Soundtrack, People are like oh my god the soundtrack is amazing. It is good. But unfortunately, it is overshadowed by the rest of the movie's presence. If this was a Wes Anderson film, this soundtrack would have worked fine. But it's not. It's a Brainless Superhero Film. But I will admit, I will look for the soundtrack to this film on cassette so I can play it on my Walkman.

This is the most overrated movie in the history of ever. I see people giving one star reviews to the Avengers saying it's overrated but they give perfect 10 star ratings to this? While the Avengers had so much loving care and effort put into it, this movie comes along and everyone is like this is better then the Avengers. The only really positive thing I can say is Chris Pratt is going to become the next big thing because his presence on screen is charming and fun. Overall, it is not a good film. Not terrible, but really not that good, with the exception of Howard the Duck at the end.

51/100 C
A Visually Stunning Galaxy
With each new film they release, Marvel outdo themselves time after time, from 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' to 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' and now to this amazing and irreverent superhero blockbuster packed full of humour and action in a visually stunning galaxy. Previous Marvel films have tried too hard to place humour in situations that didn't require it, 'Guardians of the Galaxy' however employs it frequently and due to the constant stream of jokes it works perfectly. Chris Pratt is by far one of Marvel's best casting choices since Robert Downey Jr. as 'Iron Man', even beyond this the other acting bodies were cast perfectly. The visual effects are utterly stunning and the battle scenes are epic, 'Guardians' is a truly amazing and thrilling superhero flick full of visual splendour.
Overrated film
This film was like the story of " The Emperor's New Clothes", where the con artists create an invisible suit and just to fit in everyone in the village inducing the king say they like the suit.

Parts of the film were enjoyable and the film BUT this film is not better than the 2001: A Space Odyssey, Bicycle Thief, Rashamon, Toy Story, Chinatown, Up, Pan's Labyrinth, The Hunt, Ikuru, Good Will Hunting, Blade Runner, Rebecca, Casino, V for Vendetta, Fargo, Trainspotting, Into the wild, Dial M for Murder, The Sixth Sense, The Thing, No Country for Old Men, Kill Bill: Vol. 1, Incendies, Network, Diabolique, There Will Be Blood, Amores Perros, The Wizard of Oz, Million Dollar Baby, The Avengers, he Bourne Ultimatum, Strangers on a Train, Twelve Monkeys, Notorious, The King's Speech, The Terminator, Rocky, Dog Day Afternoon, Monsters, Inc., Memories of Murder, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Die Hard, etc
"The Avengers" of space
The Guardians of the Galaxy first appeared in 1969 and in various Marvel comics of the mid-70s, like The Defenders, before appearing as the main attraction in Marvel Premiere in 1976-77. The Guardians are like the Avengers (or Justice League) of space, a superhero team with a revolving door line-up.

This popular 2014 film was based on the 2008 version of the team, which includes Star-Lord (Chris Pratt), Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Drax the Destroyer (Dave Bautista), Rocket Raccoon (voice of Bradley Cooper) and Groot (voice of Vin Diesel). The movie details how these characters meet and become the Guardians of the Galaxy as they square off against Ronan (Lee Pace), Nebula (Karen Gillan) and the intimidating Thanos (Josh Brolin). Michael Rooker is also on hand as Yondu, the space redneck who kidnapped Peter Quill (Star-Lord) from earth when he was a boy.

I'm only familiar with the 70's team, which included Star-Lord, Gamora and Drax, as well as the villains Thanatos and Ronan. It was fun seeing these characters come to life on the big screen. The movie combines elements of The Avengers, Star Trek and Star Wars and is a thrilling blockbuster that's fun, but probably too goofy at times for people who prefer the dead seriousness of Nolan's Batman trilogy. As far as galaxy-traveling superheroes go, I prefer the more-serious-albeit-still-amusing tone of "Thor" and "Thor 2."

Despite that cavil, I liked the way these independent, misfit anti-heroes slowly learn to gel as a team and even care for each other as the story progresses. Their initial selfish goals morph into a noble universal cause. Gamora is my favorite character, followed by Drax, Rocket and Groot. The sinister Thanos -- Jim Starlin's knock-off of Jack Kirby's Darkseid -- is excellently depicted in his brief appearance.

The film runs 121 minutes.

Seriously, 10/10 from some reviewers?
There are times in life where you have to wonder about humanity. This is one of those times. Guardians of the Galaxy, at one time was THE all time highest rated movie on IMDb. Yes, right up there and above The GodFather and Shawshank Redemption. There are reviewers who titled their reviews with "Amazing," or "Visually Stunning," and many "The best action movie of all time." Look, maybe to you it is the best "action" movie of all time, but that doesn't mean you give it a 10/10 and make it THE BEST MOVIE OF ALL TIME! Seriously?! Lets just start by saying that a large portion of today's audience must get bored quickly... Because Guardians is one battle/fight scene after another. The only time there is not a battle/fight scene is when Hollywood feels forced to try and make a love story, like they do far too often. Only this one is with a guy falling in love with a girl (alien girl, that is) that had tried to kill him several times in (you got it) a fight scene 10 minutes earlier. Ugh! There were many attempts at laughs in the movie, and the audience responded, mostly, but they were predictable and corny. There were times I was waiting to see Mel Brooks walk out and say it was a sequel to Space Balls.

Oh, the fight scenes. Yes, they were non-stop, which a young audience will enjoy. But watch the movie a little closer and you'll see why I was so over the fighting. Nothing but low-light, non-stop camera angle changes and shaky. That's the way you make things look more action packed. Just shake the camera, change the angle every half second and turn down the light (Oh, a few fire balls or explosions in the background help). You watch the fighting and have no idea who is doing the hitting and who's getting hit. So frustrating and migraine triggering.

I could go on and on, but fortunately some people have come on here and reviewed the movie properly, which moved it quickly down the list of best movies ever. I'm not saying it is a horrible movie, it's not. It's entertaining and has great special effects (but that's what all action movies are today, effects and no story). Young adults will love it and if you are a seasoned movie buff you'll like it but want more. Take it for what it is, a action movie with no real story and non-stop fighting with some comedy. 5/10!
Marvel's biggest gamble is enormous fun, which is well written and acted to perfection. A superb effort.
Prior to their 2014 film, the Guardians of the Galaxy were not household names. But after the surprise success of this film, the heroes were catapulted to stardom. I was a skeptic prior to watching Guardians, however watching this film was some of the most enjoyment I've ever got from a cinematic experience. A unique concoction of sci-fi, humour and the superhero genre, James Gunn has crafted one of the best superhero films to date, one that isn't afraid to take itself too seriously. The direction from Gunn is stylish, and his script charming and heartfelt. The way he juggles humorous moments with emotional punches and action scenes with exposition is remarkable. The cast is on point; perhaps one of the best ensembles in a superhero movie. Chris Pratt is an inspired choice as Star Lord, and is delightful throughout. Zoe Saldana makes a convincing Gamora, and Karen Gillian gives a solid performance as her sister Nebula. Drax the destroyer (Dave Bautista) is instantly likable, and Benicia Del Torro makes a very passable alien as the collector. There's even recognized star power in the form of voice actors Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel, portraying lovable duo Rocket Racoon and Groot (who can only say the words "I am Groot" and is still easy to adore). Other performances such as Michael Rooker as Yondu are well done, but if there is a weakness in the film then it's the villain Ronan (Lee Pace), who lacks character development. The story arcs aside from Ronan are excellently done, and the music and soundtrack are brilliantly chosen (as they are in the sequel). Spectacle is also incredible, and the special effects and CGI convincing. Overall, Guardians impressed me very much, and I highly recommend you see it, for the brilliant performances, story lines and direction.
I can't take this movie seriously!
At first i thought this movie is a parody of all the other superhero nerdy clichés, and i kept waiting for something funny to happen. At some point i started to realize that this movie is for real. FOR REAL!

Boy meets girl and after trying to kill each other they fall in love, the bad guys must work together in order to save the world (therefore becoming the good guys, they of course defeat the evil, all their criminal past is erased, they get the universe's recognition, yada yada yada, everyone lives happily ever after.

This movie couldn't even make me smile. Terrible acting, no emotion, no sparkle, no nothing. If I could, i would rate this movie ZERO stars.
Entertaining most of the time but an ultimately very forgettable movie.
I'm not quite sure what this movie was trying to be but I watched it as a comedy. A Stan Lee comedy.

It starts out in 1988 and a young boy's mother is dying, then he is outside and a giant alien spacecraft abducts him.

Then the movie switches forward to present time, 26 or so years later, and the boy has grown to a 30-something Chris Pratt as Peter Quill on some planet far off in the galaxy. He has turned into some sort of mercenary who can retrieve things at the request of others.

Zoe Saldana, all in green skin makeup is his nemesis Gamora, who eventually warms up to Peter after he saves her from certain death in the vacuum of space.

There are a number of strange and dangerous characters, such as Dave Bautista as Drax, Vin Diesel voicing the tall, woody plant form known as Groot, Bradley Cooper voicing the short, raccoon-like creature known as Rocket, and a host of others.

The action goes from one strange planet to another, all the while playing up dialog for laughs when it could.

I'm not quite sure what to think of it, but one thing is certain, it gave my subwoofer a great work-out!
A Familiar Yet Refreshing Experience! Witty and Intelligent, Maybe Marve's Best!
'Guardians of the Galaxy' is not just another sci-fi movie, it's refreshing, enjoyable and giddy, and probably the best of its genre among summer blockbusters this year. The writers of this movie are witty enough to make sure that its cliché-sounding plot won't be as tiring as it rings the audience ears.

The movie follows a band of misfits who are assembled to fight for the galaxy and save it from the hands of evil warlords aiming to take total control of the cosmos.

While it follows a familiar and maybe tiring tale, a plethora of explosive elements made this movie a refreshing and enjoyable experience. Its biggest advantage lays on its comic tone, thanks to Chris Pratt's smashing take on Peter Quill, he's obviously one of the central elements of this movie. He is joined by equally interesting, and mostly funny, Groot (Vin Diesel), Gamora (Zaldana), Drax (Batista) and Rocket (Cooper) and some other stand out supports, in their thrilling adventure for universal domination. This one proves to provide endless humor, but it has heartwrenching tales to tell too, most of which relatable. There may be an over-stuffing of visuals and that tends to drown the humor and drama but overall, 'Guardians of the Galaxy', is undoubtedly one of the biggest movie event of the year, a pleasurable fun vaunting a stellar ensemble of casts, head-bopping and insanely good soundtracks and a surfeit of reminiscent anthems from the past decades. This might be the best Marvel hero movie to date.
Very fun, even funny, but...
First of all, don't mistake me, yes, Guardians is a very fun movie to see, even funny at times, BUT, and for it's a big one, you can't really like it if you know too much about the comics involved (ie, GotG, of course, but also anything involving Ronan the Accuser and the Nova Corps).

If you don't take the comics into account, this movie is everything a summer refreshing movie should be: fun, action-packed, funny characters, great show on all accounts. The characters are all likable, and don't go too close on the limit of the suspension of disbelief.

Chris Pratt does an excellent job with Star-Lord, even though this incarnation mainly seems out of the Annihilation War comics period, rather than the latest incarnation of GotG the movie seems mainly based on.

Similarly, Rocket Racoon is very good, and very close to the comics.

The other characters, though, differ quite notably from the comics. Gamora poses as a traumatized victim of Thanos, who never wanted to kill all these people: not exactly the sadistic "Most dangerous woman in the universe". Drax the Destroyer is a muscular moron out for revenge against Ronan, there again, quite far from a mutated human designed solely for the purpose of killing Thanos. Groot is just a feeble-minded sidekick to Rocket, there again quite far from what he is in the comics.

As for the villains, they're quite ridiculous too. Ronan is just a single-minded bully out for genocide, and the Collector is just a shadowy dealer in rare goods. Only Thanos is treated correctly, as a monster so powerful nobody in his right mind would dare provoke him.

But the worst of all is still the Nova Corps... I mean, they're just a bunch of nobodies, without powers, and fancy little fighters... How are we to believe they're the cops of space, universally respected and feared? Overall, it's a good movie, fun for the summer, but quite out of place for a Marvel piece, as far as tone is concerned. As for the content, it points more and more towards an Avengers 3 movie with Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet or something close.

And the fun allusion of the movie: the inclusion of Cosmo in the Collector's collection, and the surprise in the post-credits scene (not alluding to any further movie, for once).
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