A film by James Gunn Guardians of Galaxy Vol. 3 is the final part in the Guardians trilogy, a heart-wrenching tale which takes us on an emotional ride for being the last part of the heroic misfits.
In the third and final part of the trilogy Guardians of Galaxy takes us on emotional ride filled with love, joy, utter bonds of friendship and as MCU brings in all its creations, magical wonders. Here they create a complete new universe and the Guardians of Galaxy come to the rescue and defence. The crew of misfits adds many new faces by the end of the movie while volume three discovers the origin and evolution of Rocket.
The Guardians are in search of a passkey to bring back their friend Rocket, while they have to fight with High Evolutionary (Chukwudi Iwuji) for that. A geneticist obsessed with evolution and perfect society. He only wants the ‘perfect species’ to survive on his counter-earth which is actually a replica of earth.
Always charming and love-struck Star-Lord (Chris Pratt as Peter Quill), firy sisters Nebula (Karen Gillan) and Gamora (Zoe Saldaña), Rocket (voiced by Bradly Cooper), Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel), Mantis (Pom Klementieff) and Drax (Dave Bautista) serves us a humours and adventurous ride ahead. They are as silly as heroic in the whole run and doesn’t lack in any fight sequences.
The no complexity elemeny of the MCU stories is back with the Guardians of Galaxy vol. 3. The soothing and narrow storyline discovering each character at its core is phenomenal. Music works amazing on the other hand, setting the mood for major takeovers and action sequences.
We can see tons of emotional and funny scenes at the same time, showing what MCU is trying to create in its recent creations. It’s a fine watch for all the MCU fans, it gives you a package of entertainment, love and mixed emotional up & downs. Unlike Vol. 2 this part has two post-credit scenes, one in the mid and one in the end, there were 5 post credit scenes in the last part of the trilogy.