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Film Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is the third and final film in the Guardians trilogy. It’s focus is Rocket’s story. Rocket is severely injured, but the life-saving med packs won’t work because Rocket has a dead man’s switch inside of him.

The Guardians come together and set out on their mission: to get the code to disable the dead man’s switch, so that they can save Rocket’s life.

What follows is an action packed adventure.

It was a good film. But for me it wasn’t as funny as the previous films, the writers and directors instead focusing on action scenes that went on and on. Rather than the banter spattered throughout the previous films.

There was one particularly annoying scene after Groot had been decapitated and was a head walking on roots, suddenly appeared whole bodied again without showing how he managed this. This was just poor editing.

The film was meant to tug at your heart strings and invoke an emotional response, but it just didn’t do it for me. The selection of music in the film was superb.

Here is a trailer for the film:

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You can buy Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 here and Vol. 2 here.

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