James Gun’s new movie, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is an epic space adventure that delivers on all fronts. The latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise does not disappoint, and fans will be thoroughly entertained by the witty humor, explosive action, and engaging storyline.

The film picks up where the previous movie left off, with Peter Quill and the rest of the Guardians (without Thor) back together and ready for a new adventure. The story is engaging and well-paced, with plenty of unexpected twists and turns to keep the audience on the edge of their seats. The action sequences are skillfully choreographed and visually stunning, with plenty of explosions and laser blasts to satisfy any sci-fi fan.

Best humor of the Marvel universe goes to the Guardians of the Galaxy

What makes Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 really stand out is the humor. The film is full of laugh-out-loud moments, with clever one-liners and comedic moments that will have audiences rolling in the aisles. But despite the humor, the film doesn’t shy away from tackling serious themes, but still combines it in an amazing way.

Drax, played by Dave Bautista in Guardians of the Galaxy 3, is one of the funniest characters in the film. He delivers some of the film’s most memorable lines and scenes, often stealing the show with his dry humor and deadpan delivery. But despite his quirks, Drax is a lovable character who always has the Guardians’ back. Dave Bautista nails the comedic timing and delivery.

A Rocket Racoon story

Rocket’s backstory in Guardians of the Galaxy 3 is a heartbreaking tale of pain and trauma. We learn that Rocket was created in a laboratory as an experiment, and that he was subjected to horrific torture and experimentation for years before finally escaping. We never knew what happened, but this film unfolds it all.

The scene in which Rocket finally opens up about his past is incredibly emotional. The fact that he has spent so long hiding his true feelings and burying his past only makes the reveal even more devastating.

What’s particularly heartbreaking about Rocket’s backstory is the realization that he is not the wisecracking, tough-talking character that we have come to know and love. Instead, he is a deeply damaged individual, struggling to come to terms with the horrors that he has experienced.

It’s a deeply emotional moment in Guardians of the Galaxy 3, and one that will stay with audiences long after the film is over. The only reason, I didn’t cry was because there were people around me. Otherwise, waterfalls would fall!


Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is a fantastic addition to the franchise that delivers on all fronts. It’s a must-see for any fan of sci-fi, action, or just great storytelling.