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Guardians of the Galaxy - review: A superficial and half-hearted Marvel film

The film is surprisingly witty, but could do with taking itself more seriously

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Guardians Of The Galaxy, review: Marvel-lite movie feels half-hearted

Film could have benefited from taking itself just a bit more seriously

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