Just when you thought that Marvel Studios couldn’t make any more sequels, especially for a little known comic book that nobody had ever pretty much heard of prior to the ‘Guardians of The Galaxy’ film in 2014, then they come out with something as original as ‘Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2’ and then here’s the new trailer for it. Who knew that Bradley Cooper could carry on playing a raccoon from space, so convincingly? One thing is clear is that Marvel Studios are something like a film factory, mass producing films, no matter how bad or silly they are with its actual entertainment content.
Is this supposed to be a super hero film of misfits again, but this time, like in the original, they try their best to make it have hints of comedy. Hmmm, but it isn’t even worth a chuckle, let alone a genuine laugh. But, as you can see they’re back with their terrible rock music to match the moving images of space and seemingly with a script that’s attempting to be funny again; but we expect it to miss the mark massively, as we aren’t quite sure for who or even how these jokes will resonate with any audience? Which audience, did you say? Hopefully not with adults (easily impressed), you’d hope so, anyway. Let’s take a look at another earlier trailer and get more of a sense of the type of dialogue there is in the script from this teaser trailer, down below.
The film will be released in cinemas on April 28th in 2017, but what we can’t get over is just how brazen Marvel Studios are becoming with new trilogies and films, with almost a new trilogy out of every old comic book in existence, without any consideration to just how bad some of the scripts truly are, that is if the first film and these trailers are anything to go by.
We thought that Guardians of The Galaxy would be a one-off film, but now with the Part 2 already in place, you will definitely expect a third film coming out to complete this travesty, but so long as people go watch it in the cinema and buy those cinema tickets, the film will make money anyway and the studio will keep making bad films, that are inherently rotten at the core. Yes, truly cringe worthy films that cater to teenagers and kids, as it probably should do, but at least don’t let the parents fall asleep with these dire storylines and with terrible script dialogue, that can only be best described as “sleepy”.
This new film feels like it will most definitely be going through the motions, as seemed so clear on Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana’s faces in that trailer up there. How and why would you make Zoe’s character look deliberately unattractive? Another reason not to watch the film, we suppose.
Additionally, we’re sorry but the whole concept of old rock music set to a futuristic super hero comic book series, somehow it just doesn’t quite go together, does it?
I think we will wait until this one premiers on television, maybe two years from now, but for all you die-hard Galaxy fans out there, this might just be the news of the day for you.
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