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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

User rating: 3.61 24 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: May 5, 2023

On DVD/Blu-ray: August 1, 2023

PG-13 | Action, Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi | 2h 30m

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User rating: 3.61

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User rating: August 25, 2023

Such A Great Movie, I Love Chris Pratt!

User rating: June 14, 2023

Gamora was a waste - she can't remember her relationship with Quill(Star Lord) but can remember being a Reiver, her sister and everything else - garbage! Should have brought back Youndu(Quill's stepdad). Mantis, Drax, and Nebula were all better. And what was the purpose of Nova Prime SuperNerd?! Ruined the whole franchise for me . . .

User rating: June 7, 2023

I loved this continuation of the series and backstory of Rocket. I think it allowed us a glimpse into the backstory of a few of the charactors.

User rating: June 6, 2023

We were so excited to see this last of the series, but just a little disappointed.. Not the same humor and entertainment as the other two. But did enjoy it anyway and sad to see it come to an end.

User rating: June 3, 2023

Nice finish to a great franchise. Don't listen to the naysayers. They don't know what a good movie is.

User rating: May 31, 2023

Really twisted, dark and weird. So unlike the first and second Guardian movies.

User rating: May 28, 2023

Anyone who thinks that this could possibly be " best movie [( ever ) made" really has no concept of what a quality picture entails. Lots of explosions, meaningless storyline at times, and dumb ending do not make a winning combination. Glad when the movie was over. Feel sorry for those who have a low attention span. They are a product of video games. Action...action..action. Warning: This can frighten children who love animals.

User rating: May 28, 2023

I found this movie just tooooo long with what was actually supposed to be accomplished. It is slow at the beginning and plods along with the usual, tiresome action scenes thrown it just to keep the those of a low attention span interested. Also annoying was the villain who just refused to go away and die. Die already, please!!! Did NOT like the mutilation of the CGI animals and the ending was rather lame and embarrassing I thought. Glad there will not be a Volume 4...I hope not cause I will not see it.

User rating: May 25, 2023

Having been a fan of the original comic books, and a purveyor of about ten thousand movies plus, during my life time, i wish someone would take away Disney's ability to make movies. They have become worse than the old Hollywood retreads. This 3rd installment is way behind in tickets sold as well.

User rating: May 19, 2023

Honestly, there were so many holes. The characters were cool, like the telekinetic space dog. I get that the Guardians are supposed to be a rag tag group, but it's getting out of hand now. Groot's newfound abilities were cool. Seeing how Rocket was "made" was interesting, but then it flies in the face of all Rocket's other appearances where he wants to make destructive weapons when his purpose was to help create a utopian society and his friends were killed (basically cause of his actions), you'd think he'd be fighting for the little guy the rest of his life. I get that James Gunn wants a place in his movies for Rooker and Fillion, and it worked with Rooker in this movie, but Fillion was funny but the whole scene played out horribly bad. It was supposed to be the most secure super-genius techno-organic space facility and then he comes out of this space suit? Should have kept him in it and then said all his lines, not be a simple human idiot making fun of who apparently is an even bigger idiot. Gregg Henry was great to see and actually felt like a good serious touching moment. It just felt like Gunn got to let his freak brain get a little too "out there" and Quill seriously should have died in space instantly. He was no longer half god-like (little "g") when his father died. I think the movies were good in the order they came out. GotG#1=very good. GotG#2=good. GotG#3= ok.