Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 DVD/Blu-ray release date

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 DVD/Blu-ray release date

The opening credits sequence finds our heroes, Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), Gomora (Zoe Saldana), Drax (David Bautista) and Rocket (voice by Bradley Cooper) doing battle with an interdimensional octopus thingy intent on stealing some super-charged batteries belonging to the Sovereign, an alien race of ideal beings, or so they like to think.

Towards the end of the 2014 original, Drax the Destroyer (Dave Bautista) told Gamora (Zoe Saldana) that Ronan (Lee Pace) was "only a puppet". Forced to flee across the galaxy, the gang encounters a benefactor (Kurt Russell) who claims to be the long-lost father of Peter Quill, a.k.a. Starlord (Chris Pratt), who grew up knowing only his mother before being whisked off to become a space-traveling thief. It is a more personal story, giving the characters a chance to know each other and us to know them, too. But all may not be as it seems.

Despite being on-the-go as she was doing more press to promote Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2, she still had time to wave to some adoring fans while heading into the studio.

Ego convinces Quill that their separation is the fault of Yondu, the space pirate who sort of enslaved and sort of raised him, and they start to bond.

If "Guardians of the Galaxy" was director James Gunn's Marvelization of "Star Wars", then "Vol. 2" is his riff on "The Empire Strikes Back", as the Guardians struggle to stay intact as a dysfunctional family of social misfits. But this sequel lacks some of the vivacity that made the previous installment such an exhilarating surprise. Still, it's an imaginative romp that once again reflects Gunn's unique and irreverent sensibility.

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Baby Groot is also notable for the exceptional animation that brings him, adorably, to life.

That's the appeal of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" in general - the movie is everything that it should be, but never in the obvious ways. That said, this movie definitely had good moments that will make you laugh, such as when Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) receives a Zune to replace his Walkman as the most modern device Earth people use to store and listen to their music on.

Warlock often travelled with the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he was vital to taking down Thanos in the Infinity Gauntlet storyline. To be fair, when I watched the first film, my initial viewing didn't leave me loving it. It's a sequel that does what the best ones do: That is, continue and deepen what the first film introduced.

One of the standouts in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (especially in the comedy department) is Drax the Destroyer, as played by former WWE Superstar-turned-actor Dave Bautista. Thor: Ragnarok looks like it could do the same, and as time goes on, I'm excited to see what else Marvel plans to do with the cosmic realm it has created. We've all become used to the idea of movies like this costing the GDP of a small country (no hard numbers on this one yet, but the first cost $170 million not including marketing), but seeing one like Guardians cost so much and also work so well, followed by the names of more crew than the entire population of my hometown - well, it's enough to make you believe in a utopian society. Could Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 have been better? Instead, we get straight-laced morals about families that feel like warmed-over Fast and Furious wisdom.