It's the way it was used that implied a passive aggressive dig.
I guess my question is: so?
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Rocket usually seems to understand him best in the comics, while the others may get the general gist of emotion, urgency, and such.
Of course, Rocket could also be completely making up Groot's half of the conversation, which isn't entirely outside the realm of possibility with Rocket.
My wife and I saw this today and we both thought it was fantastic. I would say that it's probably my favorite Marvel film thus far. That being said, I don't keep up with any of the comics. So I don't have any of that swaying my opinion.
A lot of people are liking Rocket the best, but I thought Quill was the best. Rocket and Groot with honorable mentions. Groot gave me a real Chewie-type feeling. Thought Gamora fell a little bit flat and wasn't clearly defined as well as the other characters. But I'm willing to overlook nearly anything for Zoe Saldana. Loved the humor through out the movie. Really fit in with the ridiculousness of the whole thing. There were still enough serious moments to keep me invested.
Also. Kevin Bacon.
There's a couple swears but no f-bombs (that I recall).
Pg-13. I get that. But is it a soft pg-13? My son is enamored with it, and he's 4, and so am I, of course. Wondering if it's soft enough that I can take him to see it and not really question it afterwards.