Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
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The summer kick off movie was James Gunn’s swan song before he takes the helm of the DC universe and marks the end of an era for the MCU.
Peter Quill, still reeling from the loss of Gamora, must rally his team around him on a dangerous mission to save Rocket’s life—a mission that, if not completed successfully, could quite possibly lead to the end of the Guardians as we know them. opposite, with quick, clearly written vignettes that my hunch is will keep even newcomers to the franchise easily up to speed with what's going on. any specific spoilers in that regard, let's just say that in many ways, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
There’s strong pushback and good spacing here where the characters move freely, smoothly and face no challenges with rapid action causing a blur/jitter distortion. Creating Rocket Raccoon – Director James Gunn talks about bringing Rocket to life and how personal the character is to him. The expanded ratio isn't left to solely action sequences, providing some utterly stunning scenes rich in detail and nuance.Whilst Eternals flounders at the Big Screen, Marvel's ode to Wuxia, Shang-Chi, smashes down onto home formats, not only on 4K disc, but actually - arguably more impressively - in IMAX Enhanced 4KDV on Disney+. Disney's disdain for physical media (the announcement of no more Disney disc releases in Australia, the lack of Dolby Vision on any of their 4K titles, and the lack of IMAX enhancement - both of which are mainstays on their dedicated streaming service) makes celebrating a 4K release from them slightly more bittersweet. Broadening out beyond the MCU, the Guardians Of The Galaxy may argue for the strongest part 3 of any film series, and depending on your feelings of Vol.
They discover a war-torn world ruled by a ruthless dictator who possesses a devastating weapon capable of destroying entire galaxies. And most of how he accomplishes all of this is by slapping Bradley Cooper's Rocket Raccoon front-and-centre as the emotional heart of this final chapter.
With old alliances tested and new enemies emerging, the Guardians must confront their own pasts while striving to save the universe from imminent destruction. In a tale filled with action, humor, and heart, they learn that the true power of family lies in the strength of their unity. Finally, a pretty impressive set of extra features has been confirmed for the physical media releases, including what experience suggests should be an enjoyable commentary track by James Gunn. clearly intent of just making the best damn final Guardians movie they can muster, whatever else might be going on - or wrong - with the wider MCU. For the week that ended on August 19th, Universal Pictures Home Entertainment's Fast X remained atop both the Blu-ray-only and overall packaged media charts.