The Guardians must fight to keep their newfound family together as they unravel the mysteries of Peter Quill’s true parentage.
- Peter Quill / Star-Lord: Chris Pratt
- Gamora: Zoe Saldana
- Drax the Destroyer: Dave Bautista
- Baby Groot (voice): Vin Diesel
- Rocket (voice): Bradley Cooper
- Ego: Kurt Russell
- Yondu Udonta: Michael Rooker
- Nebula: Karen Gillan
- Mantis: Pom Klementieff
- Stakar Ogord: Sylvester Stallone
- Ayesha: Elizabeth Debicki
- Taserface: Chris Sullivan
- Kraglin / On-Set Rocket / On-Set Adolescent Groot: Sean Gunn
- Tullk: Tommy Flanagan
- Meredith Quill: Laura Haddock
- Young Ego Facial Reference: Aaron Schwartz
- Sovereign Chambermaid: Hannah Gottesman
- Sovereign Pilot: Hilty Bowen
- Sovereign Admiral: Ben Browder
- Zylak: Alexander Klein
- Zylak’s Frenemy: Luke Cook
- Retch: Evan Jones
- Oblo: Joe Fria
- Narblik: Terence Rosemore
- Half-Nut: Jimmy Urine
- Brahl: Stephen Blackehart
- Gef: Steve Agee
- Huhtar: Blondy Baruti
- “Down There!”: Richard Christy
- Unseen Ravager: Rob Zombie
- Robot Courtesan: Sierra Love
- Robot Courtesan: Kendra Carelli
- Robot Courtesan: Milynn Sarley
- Howard the Duck (voice): Seth Green
- Howard’s Date: Molly C. Quinn
- Martinex: Michael Rosenbaum
- Sneeper Madame: Rhoda Griffis
- Watcher Informant: Stan Lee
- The Form of David Hasselhoff: David Hasselhoff
- Officer Fitzgibbon: Mac Wells
- Weird Old Man: Jim Gunn Sr.
- Weird Old Man’s Mistress: Leota Gunn
- Easik Mother: Elizabeth Faith Ludlow
- Young Peter Quill: Wyatt Oleff
- Grandpa Quill: Gregg Henry
- Grandpa Quill’s Friend: Damita Jane Howard
- Charlie-27: Ving Rhames
- Aleta Ogord: Michelle Yeoh
- Scrote: Mike Escamilla
- Cosmo the Space Dog (uncredited): Fred
- Mainframe (voice) (uncredited): Miley Cyrus
- En Dwi Gast / Grandmaster (uncredited): Jeff Goldblum
- Kree Monk (uncredited): Donny Carrington
- Alien (uncredited): Brian Clackley
- Lovebot (uncredited): Nea Dune
- Sovereign Leader (uncredited): Fred Galle
- Ravager (uncredited): Alphonso A’Qen-Aten Jackson
- Daisy Kiu (uncredited): Kelly Richardson
- Cop #2 (uncredited): Guillermo Rodriguez
- Humanoid Ravager (uncredited): Josh Tipis
- Huge Guard of the Sovereign Nation (uncredited): Jason Williams
- Robot Courtesan (uncredited): Cheyanna Lavon Zubas
- Editorial Manager: Craig Wood
- Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Christopher Boyes
- Casting: Sarah Halley Finn
- Set Decoration: Jay Hart
- Additional Editing: Kathryn Himoff
- Characters: Stan Lee
- Producer: Kevin Feige
- Stunt Double: Jim Palmer
- Art Direction: Thomas Valentine
- Costume Design: Judianna Makovsky
- Script Supervisor: James Gunn
- Music: Tyler Bates
- Music Editor: Darrell Hall
- Production Design: Scott Chambliss
- Special Effects Supervisor: Daniel Sudick
- Characters: Jack Kirby
- Characters: Larry Lieber
- Thanks: Don Heck
- Director of Photography: Henry Braham
- Music Supervisor: Dave Jordan
- Assistant Costume Designer: Lisa Tomczeszyn
- Executive Producer: Louis D’Esposito
- Editor: Fred Raskin
- Thanks: Jarred Land
- Executive Producer: Victoria Alonso
- Supervising Art Director: Ramsey Avery
- Foley: Shelley Roden
- Characters: Steve Gerber
- Aerial Director of Photography: Dylan Goss
- Comic Book: Dan Abnett
- Prosthetic Makeup Artist: Kevin Kirkpatrick
- Camera Operator: Kent Harvey
- ADR Voice Casting: Barbara Harris
- Thanks: Arnold Drake
- Thanks: Chris Claremont
- Property Master: Russell Bobbitt
- Thanks: Gene Colan
- Thanks: John Buscema
- Executive Producer: Jonathan Schwartz
- Art Direction: Vlad Bina
- Art Direction: Stephen Christensen
- Characters: Keith Giffen
- Supervising Sound Editor: David Acord
- Thanks: Sal Buscema
- Art Direction: Harry E. Otto
- Costume Supervisor: Nick Scarano
- Art Direction: Jann K. Engel
- Art Direction: Elena Albanese
- Visual Effects Supervisor: Jonathan Fawkner
- Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Lora Hirschberg
- Makeup Department Head: John Blake
- Key Costumer: Kim M. Holly
- Conceptual Design: George Hull
- Visual Effects: Brian Adler
- Casting: Chase Paris
- Casting: Tara Feldstein Bennett
- Key Set Costumer: Melanie Mascioli
- Co-Producer: Lars P. Winther
- Comic Book: Andy Lanning
- Sound Effects Editor: Lee Gilmore
- Supervising Sound Editor: Addison Teague
- Thanks: David Yarovesky
- Characters: Steve Englehart
- Key Costumer: John M. ‘Jack’ Wright
- Boom Operator: Jeffrey A. Humphreys
- Construction Coordinator: Stacey S. McIntosh
- VFX Supervisor: Alessandro Cioffi
- Lead Animator: Alessandro Ciucci
- Thanks: Jim Valentino
- Set Costumer: Tiffany Busche
- ADR Editor: Brad Semenoff
- Stunts: Chad Randall
- Visual Effects Editor: Joel Thompson
- Ager/Dyer: Steve Constancio
- Visual Effects: Guy Williams
- Lead Animator: Grant Harris
- Key Hair Stylist: Jules Holdren
- Gaffer: Dan Cornwall
- Art Department Coordinator: Christine Youngstrom
- ADR Supervisor: Lisa J. Levine
- Visual Effects Supervisor: Christopher Townsend
- Key Makeup Artist: Bill Myer
- Prosthetic Makeup Artist: Alexei Dmitriew
- Characters: Val Mayerik
- Visual Effects Editor: Lorena Talpan
- Hair Department Head: Camille Friend
- Concept Artist: Jerad Marantz
- Rigging Gaffer: Tom Fendley
- Visual Effects Editor: Corbin Mehl
- Pre-Visualization Supervisor: James Baker
- VFX Editor: Lukasz Bukowiecki
- Aerial Camera Technician: Eric Dvorsky
- Art Direction: Iain McFadyen
- VFX Production Coordinator: Graham Martin
- Lead Animator: Jerry Kung
- Set Costumer: Peter White
- Casting Associate: Jason B. Stamey
- Foley: Christopher Flick
- Music Editor: Nashia Wachsman
- Visual Effects Editor: Martin Allan Kloner
- Thanks: Michael Rintoul
- Set Costumer: Ashley Marie Parker
- Set Costumer: Sara Cobbeldick
- Thanks: Jerry Bingham
- Executive Producer: Nik Korda
- Assistant Costume Designer: Michael Crow
- Animation Supervisor: Simone Kraus Townsend
- First Assistant Editor: Simon Morgan
- Key Costumer: Javier Arrieta
- VFX Supervisor: Adrian Corsei
- Assistant Art Director: Daniel Frank
- Animation Director: Lluis Casals Marsol
- Animation Director: Lidia Martinez Prado
- Assistant Art Director: Kevin Houlihan
- First Assistant Editor: Adam Kimmerlin
- Characters: Jim Starlin
- Associate Producer: Simon Hatt
- Special Effects Coordinator: Adam Heinis
- Dolly Grip: Darryl Humber
- Key Grip: C. Alan Rawlins
- Boom Operator: Ian Bender
- Creature Technical Director: Maxime Cazaly
- Creature Technical Director: Francis Leong
- Visual Development: Andy Park
- Ager/Dyer: Jack Taggart
- Aerial Camera: Austin Harris
- Drone Operator: Steven Blizzard
- Characters: Bill Mantlo
- Creature Technical Director: Steven Sandles
- Thanks: Roger Stern
- Assistant Art Director: Haisu Wang
- Costume Coordinator: Hannah Greene
- Key Costumer: Sanford Slepak
- Seamstress: Casey Crespo
- Gaffer: Ron Newburn
- Techno Crane Operator: John Slade
- Key Grip: Paul Hymns
- Key Hair Stylist: Tina Fabulic
- Prosthetic Makeup Artist: Kate Katz
- 3D Generalist: Babak Bina
- 3D Generalist: Daniel Perez
- 3D Generalist: David O’Donnell
- 3D Generalist: Sebastian Schmall
- Animation Supervisor: Arslan Elver
- Lead Animator: Alvise Avati
- Pre-Visualization Supervisor: Patrick Smith
- VFX Editor: Dominic Mayer
- VFX Editor: Jan Reichmann
- Visual Effects Editor: Duncan Williams
- Boom Operator: Jason C. Lewis
- First Assistant Sound Editor: Jacob Riehle
- Thanks: Paul Pelletier
- Grip: Mikey Black
- Makeup Artist: Daniel McGraw
- Layout: Carolina Jiménez
- Thanks: Jeff Redmond
- Thanks: Mark Gruenwald
- Characters: Steve Gan
- Art Department Assistant: John David Duncan
- Thanks: Mike Friedrich
- VFX Artist: Alexander T.H. Browne
- Thanks: Timothy Green II
- Thanks: Salvador Larroca
- Thanks: Aaron Valentino
- Steve Parker: I didn’t enjoy this as much as the first one. Too long — could have been about 30 minutes shorter. I don’t mind long movies, but they shouldn’t feel long. There’s some good humour throughout the movie and the characters are enjoyable, particularly Rocket who is my favourite! Story is pretty thin. Some good action sequences, of course. Overall, an average movie. Has lost some of the freshness of the original.
- Gimly: _Logan_, 2017’s first Marvel offering, was a movie I loved because of just how little it relied on its comic book origins, completely forgoing the superhero tropes and going in its own unique and totally enthralling direction.
_Guardians 2_ however, is a movie I loved because of just how intensely it embraced its comic book origins. The Kirby-isms shine through brilliantly and every couple of minutes I found myself grinning like an idiot at some new reference or stylistic choice.
_Logan_ might be the super hero movie for people who don’t like super hero movies. _Guardians 2_ is the super hero movie for people who have steeped themselves deeply in the lore of super heroes. But I absolutely adore them both for the same reason: How they made me **feel**.
_Final rating:★★★★ – An all round good movie with a little something extra._
- DonnyPie: The David Hasselhoff of all reviews, obviously.
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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, directed by James Gunn, is an action-packed Marvel comedy. The guardians unravel the mysteries of Star-lord aka Peter Quill’s (Chris Pratt) broken history while avoiding constant danger. Oh. And did I mention the soundtrack? Muy bueno! 8)
Unlike most sequels, Vol. 2 might actually be better than Vol. 1.
The entire cast is more likable than the first film. Drax the Destroyer (Dave Bautista) has more comedic lines like, “When you’re ugly and someone loves you, it means they love you for who you are.”
Rocket Racoon (Bradley Cooper) still maintains a sentimental but adorably tough persona. And Baby Groot is cute as ever whenever he says,”I am groot.” In his baby-voice.
One of the more noticeable differences is the relationship between Gamora (Zoe Saldana) and Star-lord. It’s not as intimate. We were all hoping for a sci-fi sex scene. We don’t get it!
The fight scenes are nothing less than spectacular. There’s a scene with Yondu (Michael Rooker) where he’s using a whistle-controlled weapon to kill an entire space crew of villains ALL IN SLOW-MOTION!
Just go watch the film. It’s worth it for the cgi-artwork alone.
- Vishnu_Dileep: “Guardian’s are back to save the galaxy once again”
I felt in this movie the true star was baby Groot the part that how he understands and gives out his understandings in his own style which makes us laugh out loud. Got to see a funny side in Drax the before edition he was always angry this one he always laughs I like the part he keeps saying positive things and suddenly ends it with a negative touch. Now to talk about gamora and quill love is in the air but she keeps denying it. Quills line “We keep searching for something our whole life and we never realize that it has been with us the whole time”. Always hated yondu but this movie made me change. Did not get to see Thanos, I know he is been kept for the big picture. Rockets awesome one liners especially TASERFACE made me burst out with laughter. An awesome family entertainer with action comedy and adventure. And not to forget mantis she was so freaking innocent. Waiting patiently for the next part in this series loved this one. would recommend this movie for everyone.
Chris Pratt (Peter Quill/Star-Lord) famous for his acting in Jurassic World
Zoe Saldana (Gamora) famous for her acting in Avatar and Star Trek into darkness
Dave Bautista (Drax) he is a famous WWE wrestler and also acted in movies like 007 spectre
Vin Diesel (Baby Groot) famous for his movie series fast and furious
Bradley Cooper (Rocket) famous for his movies like silver linings playbook and the hangover
Michael Rooker (Yondu)
Karen Gillan (Nebula) famous for the movie Oculus and the tv series Doctor Who
Pom Klementieff (Mantis)
Kurt Russell (Ego) famous for his movies the hateful eight, the thing and death proof
My Rating 10/10
- Reno: **Guardians’ date with the creator.**
The first film was the most unexpected. That was one of the most colourfull space films I have ever seen. Youthful, energetic, fantastic visuals and so the same followed in this sequel as well. Not the same good, but stood to the expectation of the first film’s success. This story does not have a great adventure in the galaxy. A simple quest, but a thrilling action-adventure. Now this accidental space gang is set to meet the creator.
It’s time for Peter to meet his father, Ego. As he still upset with his mother’s death, his encounter with his father was not as expectedly smooth. On the other side of the story, Rocket, Yandu, Baby Groot make their escape from the captivity. They all end up on the Ego’s planet where the rest of the film going to take place. Being the guardians of the galaxy, their fight against the whoever threaten the safety of the universe once again tested with their strength as a team.
James Gunn did it again. And I’m confident that he’s going to do the same for next as well. All the actors were fantastic like the previous film. This time, little fun with little Groot. Anybody who loved the first would love it too. Being a franchise from Marvel universe, it is yet to join the ‘Avengers’. So far so good. I’m now expecting one of the best of best trilogies. Bring it on the volume 3.
- tmdb44006625: I hate this movie. I’m fine and quite proud to be in the minority with this one. I can’t stand how Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 thinks family dynamic is just two people bickering about how much daddy didn’t love them as kids. It makes no sense to me why James Gunn or Marvel think that every scene needs to have multiple jokes thrown in no matter what the tone of the scene is supposed to be. Drax’s overused laugh was annoying. Yes, I get it, Baby Groot is dumb. Hahaha…. Oh, now you’re ugly shaming a character and playing it for jokes?
One note characters, a stupid plot of nothing interesting happening, and of course Starlord’s father, a celestial, is nothing more than an evil being setting out to destroy the universe. Does Marvel not realize that villains can have other kinds of motivation?
The only two good things about this movie are the soundtrack and the fact that the events have no effect on the overarching MCU plot. So next time I do a Marvel marathon, I can skip over this trash.
- StevenGarcia: This film is a big “watch and learn” nudge to poorly directed comic book films. James Gunn showed us how to effectively use humor to ante up the storytelling, and even took us to Slow-motion 101 Class.
- AndrewMartinez: I AM MARY POPPINS Y’ALL! Glorious cameos and easter eggs. Not gonna speak much about it to avoid spoilers. Great movie.
- KennethRobinson: VISUALS VISUALS! VISUALS! If only my eyes and my head can take it, I would love to watch this on 3D. The team did a superb job on this one!
- GeorgeClark: Awesome Mix Number 2 was amazing! The songs and how they were strategically scored in every scene set up the right mood. Got their playlist on repeat!
- KevinRodriguez1: It feels like Vin Diesel influenced the film too much. His #FAMILY theme from the Fast and Furious franchise was all over the film!
- BrianLewis: You can clearly see that Marvel trusted James Gunn. Everything he did, even the slapstick-LooneyToon-ish kind of humor were perfect. He clearly had fun conceptualizing and visualizing everything.
- EdwardLee: Solid character development and motivation. Can’t gush about it now to avoid spoilers. All I can say is: “Watch it.”
- RonaldWalker: Two words: BABY GROOT! Groot was there to make the nerds’ wives and girlfriends stay and watch the film. He’s cute, adorable and everything that your Disney princesses would love!
- TimothyHall: The villain, like any other Marvel villains except Loki, sucks. Unclear motivations + can be defeated by the power of love. You know, all that jazz. But aside from that, the entire movie was a very enjoyable watch.
- JasonAllen1: Overall, the second installment delivered very well. It was crazier than the first film, and it was packed with better character development and AWESOME VISUALS! Must….resist spoiling the film.
- RyanHernandez: Not as fun as the first one, but it was still jam-packed with all a Marvel movie will be: humor, action, drama, and BABY GROOT!
- GaryWright: Baby Groot was so, so cute! Honestly, I’d pay to watch a whole movie with just Baby Groot as the focus.
- EricHill: What would you get when you put together a group of misfits and call it a day? Hilarious, full of classic songs and drama that you should not miss.
- JonathanGreen: It is a pretty good sequel to Volume 1. What we thought to be an epic dad-son moment was just a facade, and honestly, to Quill, who just wanted a father all this time, it was a bit sad.
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