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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3 impresses!
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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3 starts in an atypical way, compared to the previous films. Right away, you hear “Creep” (Radiohead) and the melancholic and dark impact extends with Rocket (Bradley Cooper) with the song on his headphones, being caught by Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), who has been drunk again in a loop since that Gamora (Zoe Saldaña) “died” in Avengers: Infinity War (2018). In Lugarnenhum, an apathetic atmosphere prevails as a society of renegades trying to rebuild itself. The emotional tone is no coincidence. The beginning serves to dictate the pace that Volume 3 has, being marked as the most exciting film in the trilogy and one of the best released by Marvel in recent years.

In addition to the troupe's recovery and adaptation with the “new” Gamora, the film focuses on Rocket's sad and cruel origin. Although it was already known to the public that he is a wild animal genetically altered in one of the High Evolutionary's (Chukwudi Iwuji) attempts to create the perfect race, we can almost feel physical pain when we see the cruelty of the small, intelligent and pure-hearted raccoon. had been submitted.

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Poster showing Rocket's evolution (Photo: Reproduction/Marvel)

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Another point to note is the first official appearance of Adam Warlock (Will Poulter). He was introduced in the traditional post-credits scenes of Vol.2, as a project of Ayesha, the high priestess of the Sovereigns, together with the High Evolutionary. The antagonist was made to destroy the Guardians and takes his mission upon himself from the beginning of the plot, creating a twist right at the beginning of the film. However, Warlock loses notoriety and importance as the plot progresses. Even so, he is a character that has potential to be explored in future productions, due to his strength and personality that leaves traits to be more highlighted.

Alto is a worthy villain, literally. A half-machine man who thinks he is God and who has every right to create and destroy entire civilizations as he pleases until he reaches perfection. In Vol.3, he returns to hunting Rocket, or as he calls him, 89P13, as he is his only creation capable of reasoning independently and not through memorization, in addition to extreme intelligence. His fixation on Rocket Raccoon's brain is one of the film's strong features, as we see Alto's entire exploratory relationship with his creations, including our hero. Only with brains similar to Rocket's would the High Evolutionary be able to create the perfect race.

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Poster Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3 (Photo: Reproduction/Marvel)


The harmony between the Guardians never ceases to be a strong point. Nebula (Karen Gillan) takes on a protective role in the group and gains greater prominence at this stage, while Drax (Dave Bautista) and Mantis (Pom Klementieff) take on the role of comic relief in the work, with touches of drama. Groot (Vin Diesel) is more confident, stronger and becomes an imposing combatant alongside Star-Lord, the leader Quill. Gamora, in her new personality, having been welcomed by the looters and without remembering the years she spent alongside the Guardians of the Galaxy, does not disappoint. His memory may have been erased, but his good instincts are still there and his relevance remains strong.

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Secondary characters such as Kraglin, (Sean Gunn), who inherited Yondu's arrow and Cosmo, the telepathic space dog, are important to the unfolding of strategic parts of the film, even without being official members of the Guardians of the Galaxy. The duo remains protecting Nowhere while Quill, Drax, Groot, Mantis, Gamora and Nebula are on Counter-Earth to try to save Rocket, who is between life and death. In addition, they help in rescuing the group.


Watch the dubbed trailer (Reproduction/YouTube)


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With Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3, James Gunn closes the franchise provoking early nostalgia and at the same time the relief of being an excellent trilogy from start to finish. With Marvel's failed attempts to produce a memorable film in phase 4, the misfit heroes show the public that there is still a lot of potential in the genre that can sometimes seem saturated. Exciting to make you cry, comical as always, with an impeccable soundtrack and high levels of action, the group that previously, almost a decade ago (2014), needed a comparison to be described, becomes a reference. However, the film leaves clues that it won't be the last time we see the characters, whether or not, together. The dog days are over!

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Featured photo: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3. Reproduction/Marvel

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