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I agree about the 2 extremes of comedy in these kinds of movies, but...maybe I meant "tired" instead of "forced" for Marvel? I dunno...the cranking middle finger bit might as well have been accompanied by a record scratch sound.

 

 

 

wonder if "a-holes" is in its true, uncensored form in the movie.

 

blurred F-you gesture, six-packs and naked lady back are okay for the kiddies, though

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I really liked what I saw from the trailer! Bring it on!

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ugh.. the "comedy" junk forced in just pisses me off.

 

we have seen this movie a hundred times... a rag-tag group of misfits teams up to... blah blah blah

 

 

I couldn't tell from the trailer, is this Guardians of the Galaxy, or Police Academy 8?

 

 

and since when is Star Lord the same guy as Mahony?

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Guardians of the Galaxy is being played like an over-produced SNL skit, Michael B. Jordan is the Human Torch, Megan Fox is April O'Neill, and Lex Luthor looks like Napolean Dynamite. You'd think after reinvigorating the stagnant action movie genre, earning billions of dollars, launching, restoring, and saving careers the comic book movie would've earned at least half the respect shown a Jack Black Slacker Comedy or a low-rent Torture Porn, but no. They're still treated like kiddie films at best and bad jokes at worst.

 

This is everything I feared when Disney took over.

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we have seen this movie a hundred times... a rag-tag group of misfits teams up to... blah blah blah

 

I'm not a GOTG expert by any means. But the ONE GOTG trade paperback I own DOES, in fact, portray them as a rag-tag group of misfits (it's even a pre-Bendis book).

 

People scream for comic movies to stick to source material? Well.....

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ZOMG Comedy in a Marvel movie based on a book that was...pretty damn funny in parts.

 

RAAAAAGE!

 

Clearly everyone needs to growl like they have throat cancer and brood about dead parents and loved ones to have a REAL comic book movie.

 

*ahem*

 

Anyway, looks entertaining, and it's just the first trailer. Relax folks, I'm sure trailer #2 will show plenty of laser blasts and 'splosions and growly yelly ZOMG THIS IS SRS BIZNESS (but funny too) stuff.

 

Also, if you look around a bit online you find out exactly why "Star Lord" acts the way he does.

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Guardians of the Galaxy is being played like an over-produced SNL skit, Michael B. Jordan is the Human Torch, Megan Fox is April O'Neill, and Lex Luthor looks like Napolean Dynamite. You'd think after reinvigorating the stagnant action movie genre, earning billions of dollars, launching, restoring, and saving careers the comic book movie would've earned at least half the respect shown a Jack Black Slacker Comedy or a low-rent Torture Porn, but no. They're still treated like kiddie films at best and bad jokes at worst.

 

This is everything I feared when Disney took over.

 

You realize Disney has nothing whatsoever to do with the new Fantastic Four movie, TMNT, or the upcoming Man of Steel sequel right?

 

Wait, apparently not.

 

Also: Have you actually read the relatively recent Guardians of the Galaxy stuff?

 

I'm...guessing not.

 

we have seen this movie a hundred times... a rag-tag group of misfits teams up to... blah blah blah

 

I'm not a GOTG expert by any means. But the ONE GOTG trade paperback I own DOES, in fact, portray them as a rag-tag group of misfits (it's even a pre-Bendis book).

 

People scream for comic movies to stick to source material? Well.....

 

They can never be satisfied, because Disney/Marvel Studios had the TEMERITY to not consult them on every single script and casting decision every step of the way to make sure that everything was totally and completely accurate down to the last detail to the source material and any and all hints of humor, comedy, or anything that doesn't involve the most solemn and severe seriousness is carefully excised because everyone knows comic books aren't supposed to have any attempts at fun in them outside whiz-bang explosions and action (and maybe a little of the sexy...you know, with all those superhero girls that have the mutant ability to contort their bodies so they can show off their boobs and butt at the same time).

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Guardians of the Galaxy is being played like an over-produced SNL skit, Michael B. Jordan is the Human Torch, Megan Fox is April O'Neill, and Lex Luthor looks like Napolean Dynamite. You'd think after reinvigorating the stagnant action movie genre, earning billions of dollars, launching, restoring, and saving careers the comic book movie would've earned at least half the respect shown a Jack Black Slacker Comedy or a low-rent Torture Porn, but no. They're still treated like kiddie films at best and bad jokes at worst.

 

This is everything I feared when Disney took over.

 

You realize Disney has nothing whatsoever to do with the new Fantastic Four movie, TMNT, or the upcoming Man of Steel sequel right?

 

Wait, apparently not.

 

Also: Have you actually read the relatively recent Guardians of the Galaxy stuff?

 

I'm...guessing not.

You realize I was making a comment about comic book movies in general and a separate comment about what I think about Guardians?

 

Wait, apparently not.

Also: I stopped reading comics when they stopped writing them . . . and started doing this crap.

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we have seen this movie a hundred times... a rag-tag group of misfits teams up to... blah blah blah

 

I'm not a GOTG expert by any means. But the ONE GOTG trade paperback I own DOES, in fact, portray them as a rag-tag group of misfits (it's even a pre-Bendis book).

 

People scream for comic movies to stick to source material? Well.....

 

 

Butttt I lub Ragtag Groups of Misfits from Monty Python's Flying Circus to Fat Albert & the Junkyard Gang even to today's Regular Show Lineup....if it wasn't for a bunch of Ragtag misfits this country wouldn't be here today, or even-more-so Palpatine's Empire would be alive today & I'd be bored watching Luke actually make it to Toshi Station to pick up Power Converters & we woulda had a whole different movie on our hands....Marvel's Bread & Nutella is built on Ragtag Misfits.....my junior high school days are filled w/Ragtag....even the guys from the Delta House & Tri-Lambs would agree....Hell even "Robot House" too....Murricah loves Misfits Ragtag, Mixed, Assorted, Motley, Patchworked, Piebald, Sundry & Hybrids.....its a movie I would plunk down hard earned borrowed money for....I'm there dudes I will give them my money if only to see a large Raccoon unleash hellfire while riding on the back of a Giant tree....lone wolf movies are fairly boring.....after Chuck Noland lost Willlllsaahhhn (Wilson) to the ravages of the mildly angry sea, he lost my total attention that last hour of his journey.....Even Superman had Super-Dog.....& Batman his Bat-Do*ahem* Robin....Crom Bless Muricah & it's Ragtag Misfits everywhere in real life, print & video or digital format.....@usa@ @luke@ @bumblebee@ @homer@ @gambit@ #party# @luigi@ @optimus@ @Spidey@ ......Spiderman isn't a lone wolf either he gets help from various amazing friends & aunt may soo there

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I laughed!! I think this movie might do well!! As long as the action is solid, the story line is written well, it'll be a hit for Marvel!!! Maybe more second tier teams can get a shot?? Alpha Flight, WCA, etc!!

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I have nothing against funny jokes when they fit in the scene. These are just knock knock jokes and totally out of place. Oh and way to go with "who the hell is starlord jokes" that really pushes the credibility of the character. Its all you need now a days though. Iron man 3 is the best example how successfull a really bad movie can be.

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Oh and way to go with "who the hell is starlord jokes" that really pushes the credibility of the character.

 

This kind of thing has happened in other comic movies...as if the screenwriters are so embarrassed by the geekiness of the names AND feel the audience shares that for some reason. They already bought the tickets, folks! Say the names, say em proud!

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so in the comics.. Starlord flips the bird and the Nova Corps authorities call them a-holes ?

 

 

The movie itself looks good so far.. but the comedy just seems out of place and cheesy.

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Here's the high-res of the Poster:

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I have nothing against funny jokes when they fit in the scene. These are just knock knock jokes and totally out of place. Oh and way to go with "who the hell is starlord jokes" that really pushes the credibility of the character. Its all you need now a days though. Iron man 3 is the best example how successfull a really bad movie can be.

 

The "Who the hell is Star-Lord?" jokes are making light of the fact that this is an extremely obscure character to begin with. Captain America or Iron Man this ain't. The only people that are going to feel the "credibility" of the character is damaged by these jokes are super anal-retentive fanboys. Which is funny, because so many of the people complaining, apparently aren't even familiar enough with the character in the first place to understand that he DOESN'T start as some intergalactic super-badass that everyone's in awe and fear of.

 

And Iron Man 3 is FAR from a "really bad movie." Go watch Steel or Catwoman and get back to us on "really bad movies." Just because it had a plot twist you didn't like doesn't make a movie bad. It just makes it a movie you didn't like, which is fine. Not everybody likes everything.

 

Oh and way to go with "who the hell is starlord jokes" that really pushes the credibility of the character.

 

This kind of thing has happened in other comic movies...as if the screenwriters are so embarrassed by the geekiness of the names AND feel the audience shares that for some reason. They already bought the tickets, folks! Say the names, say em proud!

 

He's called Star Lord twice in the two-minute trailer which is already twice as many times as Superman was called Superman in the entire Man of Steel movie. Maybe you're forgetting that this is a Marvel movie? Marvel hasn't been bashful at all about the superheroic code-names, and I highly doubt they're starting here. As noted above, the point is to poke a bit of fun at the fact that this is a character audiences aren't already familiar with. I can see why the joke went over some heads, but it's not designed to be genuinely denigrating to the character.

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I laughed!! I think this movie might do well!! As long as the action is solid, the story line is written well, it'll be a hit for Marvel!!! Maybe more second tier teams can get a shot?? Alpha Flight, WCA, etc!!

i agree. i think it might do pretty well too. especially since it's a far less familiar source than say superman/batman/spiderman/etc. i think the there will only be a handfull of crazy fanboys who will get bent out of shape due to canon issues. the majority who are either unfamiliar with it or slightly familiar with it, will probably just enjoy it for what it is, not what they "expect" it to be.

 

i laughed. yeah the jokes are a little cheesey, but harmless. i think there will be plenty of serious action in the film to give it a nice balance.

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is that a real poster? Does it really say "You're Welcome" on it? :huh:

 

Reminds me of a Clone Wars promo I saw that spouted off a bunch of crazy stuff and justified it with "hey, its Star Wars" like "who are you to resist?"

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I'll go see it, at the moment this is the Marvel movie I have expected the least from. On a side note I showed the preview to my 11 year old stepson and he didn't if sit through the whole thing. If Marvel is aiming it at a younger demographic I think they're screwed. I do find it funny that Marvel must know it's an uphill battle for them since they have to put the "From the studio that brought you..." line on the poster.

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I'm this close to ordering Rocket, Gamora, and Nova before my free trial for Amazon Prime is up in a couple of days.

 

I think I'm going to want that Groot and I know those three will be the tougher ones to find at retail (my Spider-toy-sense tells me so).

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I'm this close to ordering Rocket, Gamora, and Nova before my free trial for Amazon Prime is up in a couple of days.

 

I think I'm going to want that Groot and I know those three will be the tougher ones to find at retail (my Spider-toy-sense tells me so).

Somehow, I don't think we'll encounter the problems with these flying off shelves that we had with certain characters from the Cap or Spidey lines. That being said, Gamora could be a problem. She is a female character, plus for some reason, sci-fi geeks are all about the green chicks.

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