“Wow… That was like our generation’s Star Wars,” a woman said, having just gotten out of the movie theater with her friend.

“Really? You think so? I mean, sure, it was good and all, but… Star Wars? That’s a pretty high bar,” her friend said, brow raised.

“Yeah, yeah. I know. Still, though, it was pretty damned good.”

“It was just Guardians of the Galaxy. It’s no Star Wars. I mean, don’t get me wrong, Marvel does some good stuff… But that was a lot of comedy for being what you say.”

“It was just good. Okay? No need to make a big deal out of what I said. Besides, it was just a comment. I really enjoyed it. I really hope they do a sequel to it.”

“Me too. Groot was awesome.”

“Seriously though. Star Wars quality. That movie had a lot of love put into it, and you can tell. Star Wars had the fact that it was amazing for its time. Show it to a little kid nowadays though, and I am pretty sure they won’t enjoy it as much.”

“Really? Geez. I’m sorry I commented on it. I didn’t think that you’d go off on an entire tangent about it. Remind me next time that you like a movie, just to nod.”

“No need to be a jerk, Angie. Hey. Want to get some dinner before we head home? There’s a nice pizza place near here. It’s a lovely New York style. I love the thin crust.”

“Sorry, Sorry. I love thin crust too. Let’s nab some, then get going. I’m tired, and really don’t want to spend too much longer at the mall. Too many people, you know?”

“Mhm. I totally get it. Not my thing either.”