Guardians of the Galaxy 3D

Guardians of the Galaxy 3D

Guardians of the Galaxy 3D

Marvel's deep space superhero team get a film adaptation. Space adventurer, and self-proclaimed "legendary outlaw", Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) is the object of a bounty hunt after stealing an orb coveted by a treacherous villain. Pursued not only by bounty hunters but a green-skinned assassin as well as the space pirates he double-crossed to pull off the heist, Quill has to assemble a diverse alien team from among his pursuers in order to first survive, and then to prevent destruction on a planetary scale.

The resulting team of misfits is made up of Gamora (Zoe Saldana, Avatar), the powerful Drax (wrestler Dave Bautista); Rocket - a talking raccoon (voiced by Bradley Cooper); and Groot - a tree-creature (voiced by Vin Diesel) who also talks, but with a much more limited vocabulary. From the director of Slither and Super. Also features Lee Pace, Michael Rooker, Benicio Del Toro, Glenn Close, John C. Reilly, and Djimon Hounson.

2014Rating: M, Violence121 minsUSA
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Guardians of the Galaxy 3D / Reviews

Variety

Variety

The cheeky comic tone keeps things buoyant - as does Chris Pratt's winning performance as the most blissfully spaced-out space crusader this side of Buckaroo Banzai.

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Total Film

Total Film

Mad, marvellous and all kinds of sci-fi magical... Marvel’s riskiest but most surprising success yet.

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Time Out

Time Out

Like a vast, family-sized festive crate of chocolates, all wrapped in the shiniest packaging, all exploding with sweetness and surprises.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Whip-smart, pop-literate, self-aware humour saves the day (and the universe, come to think of it).

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The Dissolve

The Dissolve

It’s set far, far away, but Gunn keeps finding ways to keep it grounded in the known universe.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Despite occasional disregard for the laws of physics, much of the imagery displayed onscreen is so realistic and thrill-inducing that sometimes even the plot becomes almost secondary.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Colourful, tongue-in-cheek fun, purpose-built for grown-up lovers of kitsch ’80s science-fiction. But the Marvel formula is starting to feel, well, a little too formulaic.

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