So Guardians Of The Galaxy has come out, to immense plaudits. Instant Classic some say, and others similar. For me this is the best movie I've seen in years, and only Inception has come close to the sheer excitement I've felt at a movie theatre since. That said, it is an odd film in itself. Completely new characters, one a Racoon and another a Tree. The eighties music, the humourous style going against the serious nature of what has been seen in recent years, Nolan's Batman trilogy being the biggest example. I talk about this because I wonder if it will change what scripts make it to the big screen. I've heard it said that people struggle to get into fantasy without a book behind it (say, Game Of Thrones or Harry Potter) can that now change? Speaking as one of those who likes to write stuff treading the line of sanity, I hope so.