Pete Talbot’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's fun, it's touching and it's stunning. It's quite a worthy follow up to one of my favorite movies of the last few years. The timing of a couple of the jokes is just off and the fine soundtrack is good but not quite as great as the original. This strays a little from the comics for who Peter Quill's father is, but it's a change for the better and more interesting. Rocket Racoon's murderous strategizing is more creative and fun, and the sci-fi aspects of the movie are quite inventive and dazzling. It might be a slight stretch to give it five stars but this movie pushed all my buttons in the right ways.