Agent 54 : Is a regular guy. He has a sense of humor and an active imagination. He works for the Nominal Secrets Apparatus (NSA) under the DORD (Department of Redundancy Department) as a Listener/Reader. His job is to read, view or listen to data collected by the NSA and determine if there is a risk to national security. He reports to his bosses, H. Cuffs and Max (Agent 86). He doesn’t take his job too seriously because he knows he’s spying on regular people most of the time.
Sunday, May 21, 2017
Movie Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
here again. It was movie day for the
gang and I again and despite some whining and moaning we saw Guardians of
the Galaxy Vol 2 instead of Chips.
As usual, we went to the pool afterward to voice our opinions. Here’s our review:
Well, leading off again, I have to say that despite how far-fetched the
story and characters are, I really enjoyed Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2.
Far-fetched? Man, you know what’s
far-fetched? You thinking anyone
believes you can take us all to the movies, comfortably, in that stupid little
car you got.
What? You never complain on the
way to the theater.
well I ain’t dumb. I don’t want you to
kick me out half way there. I ain’t
walkin to the movies.
Whatever! Getting back to the
movie, it was fun and rollicking space adventure with great scenery, great characters
and great music.
yeah, you know I liked Gamora. I dig
those red high-lights in her dark hair against her green skin. Yowsa!
Easy there Flip, have a little class.
Remember, this is a family show.
Now the character I liked the best was Ego who was played by Kurt
Russell. That dude had class, until he
told of his grand plan to remake the Universe and kill everybody. That wasn’t cool.
guys didn’t even mention the real star of the show. Baby Groot is as cute as me. I loved watching him dance to the 1980s
Rock-n-Roll while the rest of the group was fighting the ugly monster in the
beginning. Baby Groot is the coolest.
Yeah, Baby Groot stole the show at times. Of course my favorite character,
was played by Michael Rooker got killed in the end. I always enjoyed Rooker as an actor and the
rogue character of Quill’s stepdad and Captain of a ship of Ravagers was very
Cool? What? Do you remember that guy killed his whole
crew with that magic arrow that he controlled by whistling. Those guys were his buddies and he wiped them
Flip! They had a mutiny against
him and took over his ship. What the
heck would you do? Those bums got what
Yeah, a mutiny about a vehicle, like when someone criticizes the driver
and the car they’re riding all over the place in.
Shamu: Okay “Captain”. Man, you need to get over yourself.
Nemo: I like
Agent 54’s car.
you so small you can fit in the glove box with room to spare. Anyway, I want to say, before I get kicked out
of the pool for mutiny by “Captain” Agent 54, I loved the movie. I loved all the action and adventure and the
jokes and Rocket, played by Bradley Cooper, is my guy. That high-tech genius does and says what he
wants and he don’t care.
like Drax the Destroyer, played by Dave Bautista too. That guy is hilarious without even trying to
be funny. When he told that beautiful
new girl, Mantis, played by Pom Klementieff that she was ugly, that just
cracked me up.
Agent 54: I
think that’s what really works with these two Guardians of the Galaxy
movies. There is someone or something
the everyone can identify with. There’s a
character for everyone to pick as their favorite. I like the way they balance the bad guys and side
characters out too. You get Ego who is a
nearly undefeatable God-like villain versus the egotistic and yet goofy Sovereigns
and then the divided Ravagers sects.
Truly a diverse group as you would imagine the Universe really is.
Gee, that was a deep and almost scientific analysis of the move, and BOOORING!
Drax The Destroyer
Agent 54: Aw,
don’t start that crap again. Just give
me your Starfish.
Starfish, I dug it.
Starfish all day.
Starfish for Baby Groot. Hooray!
4 Starfish. I don’t think they
had to kill that Classy Ego guy. Couldn’t
they try talkin to the guy, maybe a little psycho-therapy?
Agent 54: Uh,
yeah, I guess. I give it 5 Starfish too and
I can’t wait to see the next one and next time Shamu, you can take the bus to