Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Corrected entry: Ego's entire plain revolves around finding an offspring powerful enough to help him. After searching for hundreds of years and children, he finally finds Star-Lord, and just when he's about to succeed, he screws it up by telling Peter that he killed Peter's mom.

wizard_of_gore Premium member

Correction: He only needs Star-Lord's inherited power for his plan to succeed. Star-Lord doesn't have to be a willing participant. Ego even mentions to Star-Lord when he impales him that he can spend a long time functioning as a battery of sorts. One way or another Star-Lord would have turned on Ego, as either Gamora or Yondu would have informed him of all of Ego's dead children.

Phaneron Premium member

Corrected entry: Peter Quill uses an old Mattel electronic football game that he has modified to be some sort of tracking/radar device. Where did he get it? When he was abducted, all he has was his Walkman and mix tapes. Not only that, but with access to advanced technology, why would he even need such a device?

wizard_of_gore Premium member

Correction: You know, just because Starlord does some crazy stuff to a device to make it do something else than it was originally intended for without it actually making sense does not make it a plot hole. He just made the decision to do that, and it was possible to do it. Its not a mistake at all. He also could have gotten the device from anywhere, he's been around. Some other aliens could have stolen things from Earth and he bought it from them (or stole it).

lionhead

Corrected entry: Before he dies, Taserface sends the Sovereign the coordinates for Yondu's ship before the bulk of it explodes. But, they then do over 700 jumps to get to Ego's planet. How could the Sovereign possibly track them there?

wizard_of_gore Premium member

Correction: They had the coordinates for the ship, so presumably they could lock on and track it or be able to find it with deep-space scans.

Correction: Their ships have better jump capabilities.

lionhead

I don't understand why this is thumbed down. The Sovereign ships are unmanned so they should be able to jump a lot faster without endangering anyone.

lionhead

Corrected entry: The Sovereign Priestess states that the Guardians were hired to kill the monster at the beginning of the film because they "could not risk the lives of their own", but later, it's shown that they pilot all of their ships remotely, thereby not risking any of their own lives.

wizard_of_gore Premium member

Correction: The plan to kill the Abilisk did not involve using ships. It involved people on the ground fighting it. This would have put their people at risk.

Corrected entry: The wound and blood on the left side of Starlord's face disappears at the end of the film.

oswal13

Correction: By the end of the film the wound on Star Lord's face disappears because he wills it to disappear using his Celestial power. It's subtle but you can actually see it disappearing.

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