The How It Should Have Ended peeps are back with another solid outing. As of right now, late-August, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 remains my Movie of the Year. We’ll see if anything can knock it off that lofty perch.
Also, I totally need to go rent it so I can watch it again, at last!
Quite funny! Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 remains my favorite movie of the year so far, and the How It Should Have Ended folk have finally produced their cartoon! And it’s quite good!
I like when these peeps focus more on the humor and not their Batman/Superman cafe scenes. Fortunately, this one has both, so everybody will be pleased!
We’re living in a post-Kong: Skull Island trailer world. Earlier this week, they ran one of the coolest, most artsy and catchy movie trailers I’ve ever seen. And watching the new Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 trailer this morning, I couldn’t help but feel…let down.
I mean, it’s a fine trailer. It’s funny and has some solid one-liners. It’s probably not the strongest Guardians 2 trailer they’ve put out. But man, that Skull Island trailer was something else, right? I’m gonna go watch that one again.
Instead of the Super Bowl, I watched a Jack Reacher double feature last night. If you haven’t seen them yet, don’t bother. You’re not missing anything.
And since all the commercials and movie trailers are posted online anyway, I didn’t miss anything either! Like this sweet new trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Looks as funny and enjoyable as ever! Hooray team roster and snappy dialogue!
A lot of trailers for movies and video games have dropped in the past few days, and I didn’t post them because I had some other projects planned. So I’ve been saving them up for a Trailers Monday! Should make for a fun day! We’ll kick things off for the first full trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and just like the teaser trailer a couple of months ago, it’s hilarious and amazing.
I wish I was a non-comic book fan at moments like this. I wish I was just someone who really enjoyed Guardians of the Galaxy two years ago, and now gets to watch this sequel trailer with no real knowledge or understanding of comics and no real knowledge of understanding or obsession with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I wish I could watch this trailer as just someone who is looking forward to the continuing adventures of Star-Lord and Groot and Drax, and could react to these hilarious moments naturally.
Ah well, even with all that I know, this trailer was still so funny and so great. I cannot wait!