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If the wayward denizens of “Star Wars’” Mos Eisley Cantina rose up and demanded their own starring vehicle, it would probably look something like “Guardians of the Galaxy,” an alt-“Avengers” in which a ragtag band of misfits and mercenaries make the world a safer place almost by accident. An unusually prankish and playful Marvel Studios vehicle, director James Gunn’s presumptive franchise-starter is overlong,(Download Guardians of the Galaxy) overstuffed and sometimes too eager to please, but the cheeky comic tone keeps things buoyant — as does Chris Pratt’s winning performance as the most blissfully spaced-out space crusader this side of Buckaroo Banzai. While these “Guardians” seem unlikely to challenge the box office benchmarks set by their Marvel brethren, this inaugural outing should nevertheless inject some much-needed life into Hollywood’s sagging summer fortunes.

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Introduced in the January 1969 issue of “Marvel Super-Heroes,” the Guardians have been spun off, recast and rebooted several times over the decades, though largely in keeping with creators Arnold Drake and Gene Colan’s vision of an intergalactic (and interspecies) Dirty Dozen traveling through time and space to protect the universe from various unfriendlies. For the film, Gunn and co-writer Nicole Perlman have taken most of their inspiration from the 2008 incarnation of the series created by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning,(Download Guardians of the Galaxy) which offered a new Guardians team consisting of various supporting players from the Marvel annals, all under the questionable leadership of one Peter Quill (aka Star-Lord), a half-human, half-alien space jockey with a comically square jaw and an air of preening self-regard.

But perhaps because the “Guardians” source material isn’t as sacrosanct as the likes of “Captain America” or “Thor,” the filmmakers seem to have been given more than the usual license to play and reinvent. They’ve tossed out a few regular characters (including the messianic “cosmic being” Adam Warlock), reduced others to insider cameos (look fast for Cosmo the telepathic Russian space dog),(Download Guardians of the Galaxy) and made haste with the comic’s pesky space-time fissures in favor of a more streamlined, accessible storyline. Above all, they’ve turned Quill (Pratt) into an amiable, good-vibing doofus who seems congenitally incapable of taking anything seriously but can, when the occasion demands, kick serious butt.

When we first see Quill, he seems more garbage man than guardian, a galactic scavenger working in the employ of blue-skinned Yondu (Michael Rooker), his adoptive father (and, in Marvel lore, one of the original, ‘60s-era Guardians). In a scene lovingly modeled on the opening sequence from “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” Quill enters a cave on an abandoned planet to retrieve a mysteriously powerful silver orb and,(Download Guardians of the Galaxy) instead of a rousing John Williams fanfare, the soundtrack erupts with Native American rockers Redbone singing “Come and Get Your Love.” It’s the first of many ’70s FM classics (Blue Swede, Elvin Bishop, Ashford and Simpson) that emanate from the mix tape inside Quill’s trusty Walkman, and which give “Guardians” a funky, off-kilter energy even when the plotting turns toward the conventional. (Where else have you ever seen a prison break scored to “The Pina Colada Song”?)

If the Avengers are Marvel’s top-of-the-class all-stars, the Guardians are its underachieving freaks and geeks, and Gunn and Perlman have essentially crafted a new origin story about how these riff-raffers come together to keep said orb (a variant on “The Avengers’” hot-potato Tesseract) out of the hands of Ronan the Accuser (Lee Pace),(Download Guardians of the Galaxy) a warmongering baddie hellbent on destroying the Earth-like planet Xandar. Fighting the good fight alongside Quill are Gamora (sci-fi “it” girl Zoe Saldana), rebellious daughter of an even bigger baddie called Thanos; the hulking, elaborately tattooed Drax (ex-WWE wrestling champ Dave Bautista), who holds Ronan responsible for the death of his family; a genetically modified humanoid raccoon named Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper); and his resident muscle, an anthropomorphic tree called Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel).

It’s difficult to imagine Gunn being asked to do anything like a straight comicbook movie on the basis of his previous “Super” (2010), a darkly funny, brutally violent portrait of superheroism as a kind of psychopathy. With its large budget and crowd-pleasing ambitions, “Guardians of the Galaxy” can’t venture nearly as far out on a limb, but to Gunn’s credit, he’s delivered a movie that’s idiosyncratic enough to stand out from the crowd without ever crossing over into the full-tilt dadaism of a “Buckaroo Banzai.” The adventures here comprise a fairly standard set of Saturday-serial cliffhangers and hairsbreadth escapes,(Download Guardians of the Galaxy) and Gunn puts them across with a B-movie savoir faire that keeps “Guardians” from ever getting too high on the hog or too bogged down in its own mythmaking. Even when we arrive at the requisite CG-enhanced scenes of competing entities zipping and zapping each other with waves of electromagnetic energy, the movie retains a welcome lightness of touch, as if to say, “Yes, the fate of the universe hangs in the balance, but what else is new?”

For all that Gunn and Perlman have pared away, “Guardians” still has more characters and incidents than it quite knows what to do with, some of which seem planted here as seeds for the inevitable sequel. Benicio Del Toro pops up briefly as an exotic “collector” who looks like Liberace after a bleaching accident,(Download Guardians of the Galaxy) while Glenn Close is around just long enough as a senior Xandar peacekeeper to make you wonder how many man-hours went into crafting her elaborate hair bun. “Doctor Who” co-star Karen Gillan is so hastily introduced as another daughter of Thanos that, when she eventually comes into possession of the orb, it takes a moment to remember who she even is.

But the core characters are lovingly fleshed out by the performers, especially Pratt, who seems to be grooving to his own private soundtrack even when he doesn’t have his headphones in his ears, and Cooper and Diesel, who nearly walk off with the movie as a couple of fractious yet inseparable platonic soulmates firmly in the R2D2/C3PO mold. (It helps that their computer-animated avatars are both marvelously detailed and seamlessly integrated into the live-action scenes.)(Download Guardians of the Galaxy) Cooper is so good at finding the pathos in his existentially conflicted critter that you half expect the little guy to plead “I am not an animal!” Except, of course, he is.

Elsewhere, the movie sports a rich, varied look courtesy of cinematographer Ben Davis (“Kick-Ass”) and production designer Charles Wood, from the rusty, tiered interior of the floating prison known as the Kyln to the anodyne pastels of Xandar, which suggests a cross between Oz and Century City. Special effects makeup designer David White does a superb job of creating distinctive looks for the movie’s expansive gallery of humanoid and alien species.Space thief Peter Quill (Chris Pratt),(Download Guardians of the Galaxy) the self-proclaimed "Star-Lord," finds himself being chased by a number of groups wanting to get their hands on a mysterious Orb he has stolen, which throws him together with a bunch of odd characters: the assassin Gamora (Zoe Saldana), the bloodthirsty Dax (David Bautista), the smart-mouthed Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper) and the less eloquent living tree Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel). Together, they must stop Ronan the Accuser's plans to get his hands on the Orb for evil purposes.

One could easily argue that the Avengers or the X-Men are Marvel's greatest superteam, but the sad fact is that you'll probably never be as strong or fit as Captain America or Thor, and you'll never be as suave, charming and rich as Tony Stark. You're not likely to ever have mutant powers either. With that in mind, Marvel Studios brings us the Guardians of the Galaxy, the superhero team that's been tailor-made for misfits and outcasts, whether they're merely pet or plant lovers or all-out sociopaths.(Watch Guardians of the Galaxy Online) Not all of us can be perfect, but the fact this motley group readily acknowledges they're nothing like those around them, that they're one of a kind, gives us all hope and it makes James Gunn's first foray into space opera almost immediately relatable despite its odd mix of characters.We first meet Peter Quill as a young boy as his mother is dying of cancer and he's abducted by an alien spaceship shortly after she passes. We cut forward a few dozen years as Quill has refashioned himself as the thief Star-Lord and gotten himself into trouble by stealing an Orb that has power beyond anyone could imagine, an Orb that's wanted by many others including a quartet of misfits who all end up thrown into the prison planet, the Kyln, together.

Chris Pratt as Quill is kind of a jock with a quip for every occasion, but he's also more relatable as an everyman than Steve Rogers or the other Avengers. The green-skinned Gamora is far pricklier than some of the other characters we've seen Zoe Saldana play, yet she still brings a humanity to the character through her interactions with Quill. As might be expected, Rocket and Groot are the movie's chronic scene-stealers, both of them imbued with far more emotions than one might expect from CG characters. Dave Bautista's dim-witted Drax the Destroyer seems like he could be the group's weak link,(Watch Guardians of the Galaxy Online) but even he is easy to warm up to as is Mike Rooker's space pirate Yondu, who could be seen as one of the film's minor antagonists, yet, he's also given a great stand up and cheer moment. In fact, Gunn gives all his characters great moments to shine, which makes it a far more balanced film than we usually get in superhero movies.The heroes wouldn't be as impressive if they weren't counter-balanced by equally memorable villains and Lee Pace is quite a presence as Ronan the Accuser, an unstoppable hammer-wielding warrior who wants the Orb for his master, Thanos. The same can be said for Karen Gillan as Gamora's nastier cyber-sister counterpart Nebula, and considering how both actors are playing well against type, it's brilliant their casting works as well as it does.

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Futuristic outer space tales sometimes face an immediate obstacle in that the environments are sometimes so foreign, every planet and location has to be introduced, not to mention the danger of having too many characters that look like "Farscape" rejects. "Guardians" faces that hurdle at first but quickly gets past it, insuring that it wouldn't be hard for those unfamiliar with the comics to easily get into the swing of things. And if you're a longtime Marvel fan or a more recent "Guardians" fan,(Watch Guardians of the Galaxy Online) there's lots of fun Easter eggs, although nothing so blatant that it takes you out of the movie. What gives the movie such a different feel is the decision to feature popular songs from the ‘70s almost as prominently as the elegant score by frequent Gunn musical collaborator, Tyler Bates. From the very first use of it, we know we're in for something quite original, rather than just relying on the John Williams/Michael Giacchino-type score we might normally see in this kind of movie.Possibly one of the funniest (and strangest) Marvel movies yet, James Gunn and his cast deliver an infinitely entertaining space opera that's really something quite special. J.J. Abrams' "Star Wars" movie now has even more to live up to.

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