Ahead of its impending release, James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 has already been seen by some reporters, who have since shared their impressions and reviews with the public.
James Gunn last led audiences on an adventure with everyone’s favorite cosmic misfits more than five years ago.
Not only is he back, but this is also the final tale he will write with the heroes he initially introduced in 2014.
According to the trailers, the story will be depressing, dramatic, and hopefully gratifying. However, many fans are concerned that Bradley Cooper’s Rocket Raccoon will not survive the conclusion.
And now that the movie has just had its premiere, some fervent reactions are starting to circulate on social media.
A few critics recently saw Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 during its European premiere at Disneyland Paris, and their insightful reviews are already making their way online.
According to a response from German journalist Markus Trutt, the film was “the saddest & darkest MCU film”:
“[‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3’] is probably the saddest & darkest MCU film & a wonderfully rounded conclusion to Gunn’s trilogy, where everyone in the fight against a mean (but rather shallow) villain gets their big moment again. Have tissues ready!”
Ian Sandwell of Digital Spy said: “‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ is a brilliant end to a brilliant trilogy. It’s very funny, emotional and everybody gets their stand-out moment. Will Poulter’s Warlock is a terrific addition, yet the focus is rightly on telling a satisfying end for the Guardians. Gonna miss them.”
Rory Cashin from JOE.ie confirmed to the world how he “shed a tear,” and that he’d “very happily watch an Adam Warlock solo movie:”
“Can confirm that I shed a tear during [‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3’]. And that I would very happily watch an Adam Warlock solo movie. Full review (and interviews with the cast) coming very soon.”
“Nothing can prepare you for all the emotions,” Alexander Kardelo of Movie Zine cautioned, citing Rocket Racoon’s “beautiful and heart-wrenching origin story:”
“‘[Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3’] is, more than ever, Star Wars as a stoner comedy. Lovable weirdos, big Marvel action and goofy jokes. But nothing can prepare you for all the emotions. Rocket Raccoon’s origin story is beautiful and heart-wrenching.”