Viewers and fans of this movie have waited six years for this action thrilling movie to come out. After six long years of waiting, the movie finally came out on May 5, 2023.
The new movie “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3” has everyone talking about it. “Guardians of the Galaxy” comes to a happy ending. With no confirmation of a “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.4.” Main character, Chris Pratt, played Peter Quill where he goes through an emotional roller coaster trying to find the love that he lost with Zoe Saldana who played as Gamora.
Overall, “Guardians of the Galaxy” was rated 4.2 stars. It presents a powerful yet moving end to its ongoing film series. Each character’s strengths and weaknesses were acknowledged. The movie showed each character’s quality. This is a movie that will keep viewers on the edge of their seat all throughout this space-action adventure experience. Everything from the fight scenes and animation, to the sad backstory of Rocket, to the beautiful themes of family and to compassion and acceptance.
Senior Avery Routh watched the new movie and had high expectations for this movie. Routh said, “I like how everything was a surprise, nothing was expected in this movie.” This movie portrays so many surprises it won’t be anything viewers can miss.
This movie has shocking surprises, plot twists and endless laughs. We get a very in-depth understanding of Rocket’s backstory in this movie that can leave viewers emotional. In this film you get to see how much Peter Quill and his team truly cares and protects their universe. This film mentions topics such as animal rights, animal cruelty and animal testing. Not only was this just a movie for viewers to enjoy, but it was a movie with a serious message supporting animals. The movie even introduces some brand new characters such as Adam Warlock, Cosmo the Spacedog, and others to introduce.
This movie is PG-13 so many people are able to watch it. Viewers are still able to watch this movie in theaters.” Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3” will be available to stream on Disney+ after a 60-day theatrical release window. That would make it viewable on July 28, 2023.
This article originally appeared in The OHS Magnet.