I just got out of seeing "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" and I have things to tell you. I overall enjoyed the film, but I did have some small issues. Nothing that really ruined the film, but just felt off or out of place.
Way back in 2008 a movie came out with very little mass media marketing but with this little subtle viral style of marketing. Cloverfield was meant to be a monster movie designed for America and it became something so much more. It was a universe in and of itself almost immediately. Then a few weeks ago we got this surprising and mysterious little trailer for a movie called 10 Cloverfield Lane and then the Cloverfield hysteria was awakened within me. I was exceedingly excited to see this movie and find out exactly how it was tied to Cloverfield if at all.
Well...by now you've likely seen this on the internet or if you've actually seen the film already. I was debating posting this since it's everywhere and not really news worthy but I figured that if nothing else, it'll make ya smile. There's a bit of spoilerish material in the clip, but nothing that would ruin the film for anyone. So....enjoy!
Marvel has been destroying the box office with its series of films in a connected universe. We've seen the big guns, Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, and Thor (the male version.) Even the semi-lesser known characters of Nick Fury, Black Widow, and Hawkeye. When the film 'Guardians of the Galaxy' was announced, I was forced to go "huh." I knew about them, but i wasn't nearly as well-versed into their mythology and was wondering why this was on their slate of films to make. Warning, SPOILERS ahead!
As if you needed more reasons to see the upcoming 'Guardians of the Galaxy' film, here's another look with an extended trailer released by Fandango.
I'm ready for this film already, I don't need anymore trailers or teasers but here's another one and I'm salivating for this movie! I can't wait to see Guardians of the Galaxy. Here's the newest trailer from Marvel:
They teased it, and here it is. A new Guardians of the Galaxy trailer ripe with action, adventure, and a talking raccoon and tree. Finally we get to hear Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel as Rocket Raccoon and Groot.
I'll make this brief, I've been waiting for a long time to see this trailer and I was not disappointed. This is a comic book team that very few people know about. In less than three minutes we're introduced to the whole team, and we get a glimpse into their personas. We didn't get to here Bradley Cooper's voice talent in his role of Rocket Raccoon, but its coming. It looks great and I can't wait to see this film in August. Marvel Films has another winner on their hands.