In Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 (Sci-Fi/ Comedy)
Cast: Chris Pratt, Vin Diesel, Kurt Russel, Dave Bautista, Zoey Saldana, Bradley Cooper, Michael Rooker, Karen Gillan, Sylvester Stallone, Vhing Rhames
Director: James Gunn
Movies can be predictable! We have seen every Hollywood plot put into motion, but we keep watching for that one thrill of an adventure. It is particularly real for blockbuster sequels, but certainly not for the serializing sci-fi pop action film Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2. Feature storyline is novelty but what really attracts about this particular sequel, and it is based on a comic storyline put to life on the digital screen, is its rolling characters. If that does not make sense to you, then this movie is not for you. I say that with heart because I happened to enjoy this Guardians of the Galaxy chapter which I can safely say is “better than original sequel.” Inslashout is not peeling on the first reel, but let us just say there is more salvaging chemistry in this film. I am not a fan of fancy colorful digitize movies, with the exception of George Lucas’ Star Wars saga, but Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 changed that silly screen perception. It is an adventure movie any sci fi comic fan would not want to miss out watching on the big digital screen. It is one of those sci fi movie that tweaks with its fantasy take, everything drawn from a character ploy best enjoyed watching in full with Baby Groot leading pact. It is star studded, but that is just billing talking. What pans out more is the comic feature galaxy wildly brings on to life. Characters are relatively comic animated, but it is a bunch colorfully triggered to fashion viewer’s wicked sense for great cinema. Every 80s guy will love this gaming sequel in the same weight you may have enjoyed watching the first sequel. The soundtrack for Volume 2 is to die for your phone’s topping hit list. It is moody and playful, imaginatively sailing with films defiantly charging alien characters. The film’s phasing, as well as the movie’s highlighting digital effects, can be distracting but it is what seem to draw audience to film’s outrageously sweeping inter-galaxy habitat. And It is what sweetly defines Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 apart from every Hollywood made scif fi plotting. It is like watching a beaming music video with engaging storytelling, often times shape shifting with constantly clashing screen characters. Film shines despite its almost three hours viewing time, everything comic phasing film’s rocking galactic comedy adventure that never fails to amuse viewer’s detailing taste for drawn comic action and character. It is what makes Guatdians of the Galaxy Volume 2 such a purely entertaining summer film for all ages, including Filipino sci-fi movie fans. Must See only on the big screen!!!