Guardians of the Galaxy’s leader, Star-Lord had failed in Avengers: Infinity War, and also proved himself to be a terrible hero. All the members of the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy assembled to battle against Thanos.
The film was a dark one, but there was some comic relief as well. The Guardians had been pulled into a conflict by answering the distress call from the Asgardians, and that is when they found Thor. Thor meets the Guardians and then takes a liking to Groot and Rocket and he calls then“tree” and “rabbit.”
Drax was pretty impressed with Thor and even called him a “pirate angel.” Peter Quill found his manhood being threatened by Thor and his ego was badly wounded when the Guardians told him that he had gained weight.
Star-Lord’s behavior had become worse as the movie continued and we saw that he did not mature ever since Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Gamora made him promise that he will kill her if Thanos got hold of her.
Quill was surely in a bad situation, and we understand that he did not want to shoot the woman he loved. But he did do this because Gamora wanted it but when he pulled the trigger, the ordeal amused Thanos.
After the Guardians met up with Doctor Strange, Spider-Man and Iron Man, on Titan, Quill went back to hiding behind the machismo. His tells Tony Stark that his plan “sucks” and claims that he can make a better plan. Quill allowed the human side of him do all of the thinking and he blew it for all the heroes.
The plan to subdue Thanos was really working, but after he heard that Thanos killed Gamora, Star-Lord loses control and ruins the plan.