After doing a job for the all mighty gold xenophobic species "The Sovereign" and running away from them, does Star-Lord and his family of misfits come across a man he wasn't expecting to find! But this discovery holds dark secrets behind his Destiny and he'll need his real family to help save him and the galaxy!
Back on Monday 8th May, my friend / sis Mils treated me to Guardians Vol. 2 because all of my friends and her had already seen it but she was willing to go see it with me again. We had a late night IMAX screening and enjoyed it very much and ended up saying Night at 12:45am after catching up and having a heart to heart talk like always. And most importantly, stating some ideas about our futures and we'll always be friends and I was really pleased how things were on a roll for her with her future with Craig! Bless her cotton socks! :3
But later sh*t hits the fan as not only does Polygamy but also learning the cold truth just leaves the audience astonished and astounded by this dark treachery.
Drax's questions during the Father and Son moments broke the ice and could even crack a planet with the amount of cringe that he ended up honestly spilling and emitting from his gob. Whilst Rocket was trying to hide his feelings (which Yondu points out later) yet he's still that wise-cracking "racoon" that even he denies actually being.
Surrender by Cheap Trick and Mr Blue Sky by Electric Light Orchestra. That adorable dance in the beginning was the perfect ice breaker just like Peter's good dance in the first one to Come And Get Your Love (my fav song from the previous film). Just like when I went to see the first film, I was clueless to these songs (Mum recognised loads of them when I showed her the first one last year). But I did recognise Sam Cooke in this one, just not the song. It's fascinating how this film turns the soundtrack industry upside down by showing off cassette classics that will appeal to adults and fans of nostalgia whilst also providing a great score by the same man as before, Tyler Bates.
It was quite sad in the ending (not as sad as Logan) but proved that tough guys can surprise us all and I can't wait to see the Guardians return, hopefully for Avengers: Infinity War. I'd like them to announce themselves as Rocket translated for Groot "The Guardians Of The Freakin' Galaxy, only he did't say Freakin'".
Word of advice, the ending credits holds 5 post credit scenes and the last one might be connected to the last Infinity Stone. I'd love to see this again if I can since Rebecca is wants to see it but I shall be seeing the new Alien: Covenant film this week!
You've probably seen this film by now but don't you agree, it was Awesome?