History Awesome / GuardiansOfTheGalaxy

2nd Feb '16 8:01:15 AM punotron4000
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** Made all the better when you notice that [[spoiler:the scattered twigs of Groot are glowing as well, he is sharing the load with the rest of them (also good foreshadowing that he did not in fact die from the crash).]]
17th Dec '15 9:56:41 AM A_dude
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** [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic And it's all capped off with]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbzBKgfb2UU this piece.]]
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** [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic And it's all capped off with]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbzBKgfb2UU com/watch?v=5wPEiaFT1-M this piece.]]
14th Sep '15 1:35:45 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* Carina [[spoiler: grabbing the Infinity Stone to take her revenge on the Collector, who just a few scenes ago threatened to lock her in a cage since she wasn't cleaning the cages properly. She dies in the process, but she also takes out Tivan's collection in the process reducing it to rubble.]]
10th Sep '15 12:33:27 PM firejewel
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** Personally, the fact the Sal objects to listening to Quill only once. And, when they decide to act against his advice, he doesn't object and hopes ''he'' is the one being wrong. In most movies, he'd be the obstrusive asshole, here he's actually a quite reasonable guy.
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** Personally, the fact the Sal Saal objects to listening to Quill only once. And, when they decide to act against his advice, he doesn't object and hopes ''he'' is the one being wrong. In most movies, he'd be the obstrusive asshole, here he's actually a quite reasonable guy. Which makes [[spoiler: his death later on all that more of a TearJerker]].
13th Jul '15 7:21:21 AM Mantyf
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** Personally, the fact the Sal objects to listening to Quill only once. And, when they decide to act against his advice, he doesn't object and hopes ''he'' is the one being wrong. In most movies, he'd be the obstrusive asshole, here he's actually a quite reasonable guy.
13th Jul '15 7:13:05 AM Mantyf
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** When you think about it, amost everything the Nova corps do is awesome. They comletely avert PoliceAreUseless (their first action is taking four criminal prisoners without endangering any civilian), they are savvy enough not to consider a message a lie just because it's coming from a criminal, they built an empire where race seems not to be an issue (just think how we can't yet deal with different ethnicities), and the first thing they do to face an incoming threat is to start an evacuation program, and their main priority in the battle is ensure the safety of civilians (also counts as hearthwarming).
12th Jun '15 8:18:25 AM AirofMystery
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* Watch this movie listening to what Rocket says, and he's a snarky, world-weary badass. Then watch it again watching Rocket's facial expressions, and you see how much hurt and guile he has every second he's on screen. The work the modelers, riggers, animators and Bradley Cooper did in making Rocket such a layered and nuanced character is incredible.
3rd Jun '15 1:47:33 PM Reynard1986
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* The Ravagers are about to be overwhelmed by Ronan's forces and these hundreds of Nova Corps pilots perform one of the best damn looking GunshipRescue / TheCavalry / BigDamnHeroes trope ever. With epic music of course!
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* The Ravagers are about to be overwhelmed by Ronan's forces and these when suddenly hundreds of Nova Corps pilots perform one of the best damn looking GunshipRescue / TheCavalry / BigDamnHeroes trope ever. With epic music of course!

* Hundreds of Nova Corps pilots interlock their sky flyers to create a flying energy barricade to try and slow the Dark Aster down. YouShallNotPass declared by thousands of {{space cop}}s - and until Ronan started blasting them, ''it was working.'' Keep in mind, the Dark Aster is this big bulky ship that's nearly a mile wide, while the Nova Pilots' ships are roughly twice as big as a standard cockpit... but together, even with their barrier straining at the seams, they held fast and slowed the Dark Aster to an aerial crawl.
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* Hundreds Then, these hundreds of Nova Corps pilots interlock their sky flyers to create a flying energy barricade to try and slow the Dark Aster down. YouShallNotPass declared by thousands of {{space cop}}s - and until Ronan started blasting them, ''it was working.'' Keep in mind, the Dark Aster is this big bulky ship that's nearly a mile wide, while the Nova Pilots' ships are roughly twice as big as a standard cockpit... but together, even with their barrier straining at the seams, they held fast and slowed the Dark Aster to an aerial crawl.
18th May '15 5:44:49 PM SolidSonicTH
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** To go with this, Marvel announcing that they put a sequel to a movie that hadn't even posted one dollar of revenue at the time on the books for 2017 shows they stand behind their decision to make a ''Guardians'' movie, come hell or high water. Granted they needn't have worried since ''Guardians'' was a smash hit but, regardless, that is some steadfast confidence.
29th Apr '15 5:05:47 PM omegafire17
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* Hundreds of Nova Corps pilots interlock their sky flyers to create a flying energy barricade to try and slow the Dark Aster down. YouShallNotPass declared by hundreds of {{space cop}}s - and until Ronan started blasting them, ''it was working.'' Heck, having so many ships fly in such a close formation without anyone crashing into anyone else would be considered a CMOA by any pilot.
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* Hundreds of Nova Corps pilots interlock their sky flyers to create a flying energy barricade to try and slow the Dark Aster down. YouShallNotPass declared by hundreds thousands of {{space cop}}s - and until Ronan started blasting them, ''it was working.'' Keep in mind, the Dark Aster is this big bulky ship that's nearly a mile wide, while the Nova Pilots' ships are roughly twice as big as a standard cockpit... but together, even with their barrier straining at the seams, they held fast and slowed the Dark Aster to an aerial crawl. ** Heck, having so many ships fly in such a close formation without anyone crashing into anyone else would be considered a CMOA by any pilot.
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