Kamis, 31 Juli 2014

"Guardians Of The Galaxy" Is The Most Winningly Weird Superhero Movie Of The Summer

Marvel’s oddball adaptation is one of its more obscure properties, but it turns out to be an incredibly good time.



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Guardians Of The Galaxy, based on a comic book most civilians have never heard of, is set almost entirely in space and features a talking raccoon and a sentient tree. In short, it's easily the most bizarre superhero movie you'll see this summer.


It's goofy, self-aware, and, even though it's also about larger-than-life characters saving the universe, it feels nothing like its fellow Marvel films. And that turns out to be a good thing — Guardians Of The Galaxy, which opens this Friday, Aug. 1, is a giddy blast of fresh air, an exercise in unfettered glee that leaves behind all the angst and self-seriousness to revel in just how freakin' cool the adventures it's chronicling are.


Here's why it works so well.


It doesn't have to worry about fitting into a larger story.


It doesn't have to worry about fitting into a larger story.


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