Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 did not leave the same impact as its predecessor, but is still a really good follow-up nonetheless. The balance between comedy and drama was not as well done this time around, however, that does not take away from the fact that the characters are given well rounded arcs, characters I did not think that much of in the first movie leave an impact here, there is a lot of comedy that lands, and some emotional moments near the end that are truly heartfelt.

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Revealing mistake: When Taserface is threatening Rocket, Rocket is making eye contact. Taserface, meanwhile, is looking at the space between Rocket's ears.

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Peter Quill: This is weird. We've got a Sovereign fleet approaching from the rear.
Gamora: Why would they do that?
Drax: Probably because Rocket stole some of their batteries.
Rocket: Dude!
Drax: Right... He didn't steal some of those. I don't know why they're after us. What a mystery this is.

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Trivia: During the end credits, "I am Groot" appears throughout. The phrase will then shift to reveal the "translation", usually someone's name.

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Question: Given there's only a few months between this movie and the previous one, that means it's set around 2014 vs. Infinity War being set in 2018, as best anyone can figure. Is there any official word on what the Guardians are up to in the intervening 4 years?

Jon Sandys Premium member

Chosen answer: Short answer: Probably nothing much good. In all that time Quinn still felt like a reaver, and Rocket doesn't deny he likes crime. Only Gamora keeps them at bay from doing anything really nasty. In the mean time they try to do good things, protect planets, hunt pirates, stuff like that. It's a crazy bunch of individuals.

lionhead

Answer: They're mercenaries, like we see with the Sovereign. They do good things for money. We see this with the Sovereign, and Quill's comments make this seem like this is normal. Later, Rocket makes a comment about raising their prices. In Infinity War, they only respond to the Asgardian distress call because they expect to be paid.

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