The Guardians of the Galaxy #subwayandamovie

Last week we were blessed to start off our vacation by attending an advance screening of the Guardians of the Galaxy by Subway Canada! Needless to say my boys were SUPER excited to see the movie (super just doesn’t even seem like a strong enough word to explain how excited they were!).

My boys are HUGE superhero fans – our youngest has our cable box full of all types of Marvel superhero shows and they are on a constant play (he even walks around with his Hulk Smash “punches” gloves on everywhere he goes – literally everywhere!). The Guardians of the Galaxy characters were featured on the Spiderman¬†episode on t.v. the night before we were attending the movie so we were able to have a great insight into the characters and their personalities.

We LOVED the movie! I have not laughed, cried (yes there were a couple teary moments!) and been a bit scared in a long time. The plot was full of adventure (incredible stunts, costumes and sets) yet had so many tender moments reminding us that we are all the same inside. The music was incredible – so many of my old favourites that had me singing along right there in the theatre (and the whole car ride home to my families delight!).

My favourite character was Rocket – that little guy is so full of spunk! He had the best one liners and those guns he carried! My kids felt it was a tie between Rocket and Groot as the best characters (I can’t tell you why Groot was one of their favourite but if you have seen the movie you would know right at the end why they loved him – sorry no spoilers!!). There was some mild language throughout the movie that our youngest didn’t catch on to and the only swear word came right at the end.

The boys were able to pose with their favourite Subway Canada friend:

As well as being treated to some awesome Subway Canada bags and cookies!

We had a fantastic time watching Guardians of the Galaxy with Subway Canada! Have you seen the movie yet? Who is your favourite character?



Disclosure: We were invited to attend the advance screening. I was not obligated to post about my experience. All opinions expressed are my own.

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