We've been told a number of times that releasing Guardians of the Galaxy is somewhat of a "risky move" for Marvel Studios because it is a "lesser known" IP from the Marvel comics canon. I personally have really good vibes about this flick, but I feel like a lot of moving parts have to come together to make it the hit that we all want it to be. That being said... who has the toughest job, do you think? What actor, character, production element, etc. has the most important piece of the puzzle to make this thing succeed? Is it James Gunn - to deliver a cohesive, entertaining, and quirky picture that connects with increasingly jaded audiences? Is it Chris Pratt - to produce a Star Lord that we can envision leading us on many more Galactic adventures? Is it Rocket - to show us that a film can make a talking animal into a serious and believable dramatic character? Is it Lee Pace - to give us a compelling villain that is grounded and presents a real challenge to our heroes? There's a huge list that could be made for this... WHO WILL MAKE... OR BREAK... THE GUARDIANS?