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Running head: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 1 Anthropological Review of Guardians of the Galaxy Guardians of the Galaxy is a science- fiction film about an Earth boy who is kidnapped after his mother dies and then made to grow up in a new universe with a band of criminals. He is forced to make a hard decision between money, power, and new friends. It is based off of a series of Marvel comics. Guardians of the Galaxy is full of great anthropological themes. The three most prevalent themes in my opinion are assimilation, political systems, and power; these will be the concepts focused on in this report. Assimilation, I think, is the most prevalent theme in this film. From the beginning, after being kidnapped by aliens, the main character Peter Quill AKA: Starlord is thrown into a whole new world. From Earth he is a timid boy, but sticks up for the defenseless. Growing up with the band of criminal aliens changes him, or at least that is what he shows on the outside. He adapts to their lifestyle and becomes a criminal himself. He even makes
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