Watch: Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 2023 123movies, Full Movie Online – Still reeling from the loss of Gamora, Peter Quill rallies his team to defend the universe and one of their own – a mission that could mean the end of the Guardians if not successful..
Plot: Peter Quill, still reeling from the loss of Gamora, must rally his team around him to defend the universe along with protecting one of their own. A mission that, if not completed successfully, could quite possibly lead to the end of the Guardians as we know them.
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What a disappointment! The first one was great fun, the second almost as good , but this film is just a poor cousin that really struggles from a weak storyline that never really gets going. The megalomaniacal “High Evolutionary” (Chikwudi Iwuji) has set his sights on retrieving “Rocket” after having discovered that our feisty raccoon is a product of sophisticated genetic engineering – and that has enabled him to think and grow as a being; a skill that is hugely valuable to this global-scale cloner. Snag is, “Rocket” has been laid low after a rather violent visit from “Warlock” (Will Poulter) who is working with his mother to apprehend our ursine pal. “Quill” (Chris Pratt) and the others have determined to save him, though, and are soon on the trail of his origins and of a special pass key that could reset him and get him back to fighting fitness. Can the “Guardians” put aside their petty differences and unite before it’s all too late? This is far too long and it also tries to involve all of the characters in such a fashion as to leave the whole thing with a rather superficial feel to it. Pratt actually features quite sparingly, and that robbed this of much of it’s humour and punchiness. The visual effects are great, but that’s nothing remarkable with Marvel – they are vivid and colourful but that’s no substitute for a well written and characterful narrative that this film simply lacks. It does quite feature quite an engagingly eclectic soundtrack, but the rest of this is terribly unremarkable fayre that I found my self struggling to stay interested in as it meandered more into a realm of sci-fi sentimentality that ensured a minimum of jeopardy in a denouement that featured a fair degree of ham – especially from Iwuji. If this is to be the final instalment, then I fear it will not be one that I will ever bother to watch again. Pity.
**A heartfelt & entrancing closure to our favourite band of misfits from marvel **
GOTG Vol 3 is a fantastic, emotionally immersive product from Marvel which not only made me delighted with the experience but also revived my faith in Marvel Studios. With the vibrant music from the past, hillarious chemistry between the leads , striking action set pieces packaged with an emotive backstory this one is bound to be loved and cherished to glory by all the loyal marvel fanatics. After a long time, Marvel delivers a beautiful and wholesome experience. While everyone from the cast gets their due share of high moments but this film belongs to Rocket. The true MVP of the film. The High Evolutionary’s character was unforgiving and brilliant in the context of the story. The screenplay never dissapoints and keeps you engaged even with its long runtime of 150mins. An delightful film by James Gunn who finishes things off at Marvel to focus on DC’s future. Overall, GOTG3 is an uproarious, emotional and probably the best marvel flicks after endgame which leaves you with smile in the end.
A Fitting and Heartfelt End to the Trilogy
Having sat through some phase 4 films that failed to inspire… Guardians feels like a breath of fresh air. It’s less a run of the mill superhero film and more a out of world space adventure handled with care by James Gunn.
At its heart, Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 3 is a story about family, loss and technology all of which are prominent in today’s zeitgeist. These themes sometimes cause you to forget that you are watching a Marvel movie. The movie’s backstory is dark but it helps to hammer home the themes and the villain.
The universe is full of characters that are both weird (sometimes very weird) and unique when compared to the rest of the MCU. That’s mostly a good thing. Despite the movie being dark at times, there is also a lot of humour which fits especially well with the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise when compared to other Marvel franchises. The action and of course the music was up to level we now expect from Guardians of the Galaxy movies. This is one of the better Post Endgame movies and a fitting end to the trilogy.
A poignant and heartfelt finale
This truly feels like the end of the Golden Age of the MCU. We’re saying goodbye to characters we’ve been with for nearly 10 years. I had faith in James Gunn to pull off a fitting farewell, and that faith was rewarded. Vol. 3 is a heartbreaking, emotional departure for these beloved characters. Rocket takes most of the spotlight in this threequel, but every character manages to get their shine and receives a suitable sendoff. I’m honestly impressed that Gunn found a perfect way to close each character’s chapter and did so without resorting to cop out deaths.
In true Gunn fashion, the production design and worlds are weirder than ever. The visuals and colors are always a highlight of these films. The soundtrack is no different. Awesome Mix Vol. 3 has plenty of bangers, with one Beastie Boys scene as the highlight of the film for sure. I was prepared for an emotional story, but man, I wasn’t prepared for all of the feels from the animals. Contrasted with that is the truly terrifying villain. The High Evolutionary is a real standout amongst the long list of MCU villains for being genuinely repulsive, yet simultaneously compelling.
Excluding No Way Home, GOTG 3 is my favorite Marvel film since Endgame. It did everything it needed to do and more. I’m hoping this is a sign of things to come for Marvel, and is not solely due to the immense passion and talent of now studio rival James Gunn.
Original Language en
Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy
Director James Gunn
Writer James Gunn, Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning
Actors Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista
Country United States
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