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Not only the criminal plot on the Earth but this time the threat has also happened all over the universe, more exactly it is the Milky Way where twelve billions civilians on different planets, belongs to variety of race. More specially, the person who is responsible for the duty for saving the world not only just the heroes but also the criminal, the assassin and the avenger. All the characters have assembled to create a team to fight the common enemy.
Blessed with a loose, anarchic B-picture soul that encourages you to enjoy yourself even when you're not quite sure what's going on, the scruffy Guardians is irreverent in a way that can bring the first Star Wars to mind.
Whoever wants to see it with simple enthusiasm will have a lot of fun and each one will be able to look at the details that punish and excite the fan in their very personal reading. [Full review in Spanish]
Some of the other entries in this series haven't been short on humor, but this is the first one where the humor is pretty much the whole point of the science-fiction extravaganza. It proves to be a nice change.
Chris Pratt, overflowing with charisma, plays the leader of the pack of misfits, and his blissed-out space cowboy (with a love for seventies music) is so full of good will that he buoys the film and its requisite whizbang special effects.