What’d You Think of Guardians of the Galaxy 3?

It’s been six years and a longer wait than expected, but the MCU squad of sci-fi misfits are back with us Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. Notoriously, the film was relegated to the background after the franchise writer/director was fired James Gunn 2018 followed by his reinstatement the following year. During this time, while no longer employed by Marvel Studios, Gunn directed his own superhero horror film light burn, then moved to Warner Bros. to direct and write The Suicide Squad (and its TV spinoff peacemaker) and then hired full-time as a co-leader DC Studios and write/direct a Superman movie.

guard 3 has a lot on it; Aside from being Gunn’s last Marvel film for the next decade, it’s also the final hooray for one of the MCU’s “vintage” franchises like Iron Man, Thor, and Steve Rogers’ Captain America films. In between hers last main film and nowthe Guardians need to hang out with the Avengers Infinite War And endgame, make friends with Thor a bit love & thunder, and star in a holiday special.

But now that they’re directing their own film again, the wait seems to have been worth it guard 3 has received fairly positive reviews and audience response. Widely regarded as a satisfying ending to Gunn’s trilogy and a touching storyline for Bradley Cooper’s Rocket Raccoon, it’s also been called one of the best MCU films in quite some time. And it had the added effect of helping to renew the appreciation for the previous two installments in the series. Wherever next incarnation of the Guardians Going from here, the original series of films definitely made an opening impression on audiences interesting possibilities for their future adventures.

Tell us what you think Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3, and the entire franchise as a whole in the comments below.

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