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Thor: Ragnarok is a movie starring Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, and Cate Blanchett. Imprisoned on the planet Sakaar, Thor must race against time to return to Asgard and stop Ragnarök, the destruction of his world, at the hands...

Genres
Sci-Fi, Adventure, Action, Fantasy, Comedy
Director
Taika Waititi
Starring
Mark Ruffalo, Cate Blanchett, Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston

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Genres Sci-Fi, Adventure, Action, Fantasy, Comedy
Director Taika Waititi
Writer Eric Pearson, Carlo Pagulayan, Craig Kyle, Jack Kirby, Greg Pak, Walter Simonson, Stan Lee, Christopher L. Yost, Larry Lieber
Stars Mark Ruffalo, Cate Blanchett, Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston
Country USA
Also Known As Thor: Ragnarök, Thor: Tận Thế Ragnarok, Thor 3: Ragnarok, 雷神索爾3:諸神黃昏, Thor - Tag der Entscheidung, Thor 3, マイティ・ソー バトルロイヤル, Mighty Thor: Battle Royale, Toras. Pasauliu pabaiga, Tors: Ragnarjoks, Тор: Рагнарок, Thor: Tag der Entscheidung, Þór: Ragnarök
Runtime 2 h 10 min
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Description Four years after defeating the Dark Elves and two years after the fight in Sokovia, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) now finds himself trapped on the other side of the universe on the wacky planet of Sakaar. Meanwhile, a new threat rises as the evil Hela, Goddess of Death (Cate Blanchett) takes over Asgard and plans to conquer the universe. In order to get home, Thor must compete in a gladiator match against the defending champion of the Grandmaster (Jeff Goldblum). Little does Thor know is that the champion is his old friend and fellow Avenger, The Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo). Teaming with The Incredible Hulk and his deceptive brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston), Thor must return home to Asgard in time to stop Hela and prevent the approaching Ragnarök, the apocalyptic destruction of Asgard.

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Thursday, 15 Oct 2020 21:48

Called a comeback film because it not to much a film since Thor 2. Some like the Thor movies being set in the distant past, maybe because the whole film is on the Asgardian perspective, but this film is set in the present. The reason to me is that this movie is about the beginning of the Asgardian civilization as they are being left to rot by the race that is invading and destroying Asgard. This is the beginning of a new race that was never present before and the only race who uses artifacts. Some that is not as important as the other race that was present, but still important is the race that is using artifacts. So I say the beginning of the race is in the future of this movie. Then the race is making their move to Earth and they come to the old battleship where Thor is imprisoned. Some say Thor saved him, but that is not true. Thor's armor broke, but he was still very well dressed. So now we have Thor, leader of the Asgardians, imprisoned in the old battleship. The villain in this movie is called an "Imperial Guard" and he is actually the boss of this group and he is the boss of the group that was still around and has an army that wants to rule Earth and because of this he is responsible for everything that is going to happen to Thor. So there is really only one villain that is in this movie. The villain is powerful and there is a lot of fights that happen throughout the movie, but at the end of the movie you will be really disappointed because it is a very predictable and predictable story. I really liked the voice acting, the effects are awesome and I really like how they went into the timeline of the old films so there is no gap in time. Overall I really like this movie, I like how it was set in the future but also how it is set in the past. So the story of this movie was great, the costumes were great, the effects were awesome, and the voice acting was awesome. Also the effects were amazing in every scene that was used in the film. This film had some action scenes, but none of the action was as good as what was in Thor: Ragnarok. It was good, but it could have been better. The pacing of this movie was good and it was not the biggest problem I had with this film, but I do think that they could have taken it a little bit further, there were scenes that felt too long and I wish they took them out. Overall this film was good, but not as good as Thor: Ragnarok.
Monday, 14 Sep 2020 10:44

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is experiencing a renaissance, with various spin-offs in the works (Doctor Strange, Black Panther, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and now, Thor: Ragnarok), and the MCU has become a more reliable investment of the superhero industry, and there's nothing wrong with that. But Thor: Ragnarok has a unique problem. It's a standalone movie, and the first movie in the MCU, which was an origin story, is currently the best-selling film of all time, so Marvel had to set the bar high for itself. And by setting the bar high, it's also setting the bar lower for its own standalone films. So what do we get? A movie that starts with a quick-paced flashback (which helps to build up the characters and establish the setup) and ends in a "black hole" where nothing is happening. It's as if the writers weren't familiar with the characters, so they dropped them, brought in the new characters, and then re-introduced them. The resulting movie feels like a two-hour play in which it runs twice over. The cast of characters is also just a mess, with everyone trying to stick to their own character and forgetting about the others. Chris Hemsworth, who was written into the role of Thor in the first movie, is the only one who seems to have a solid personality and plays it well, but Mark Ruffalo, who has a well-written, dynamic personality, has a hard time showing up on screen. He plays his character as an action hero, which feels weird, but he's more of an A-list Hollywood actor than an action hero. Tom Hiddleston, who I was really excited about, was terrible. He's a great actor, but he's just not the right guy to play Loki. He's too awkward and has no charm or charisma to make him likable, and his scenes with Thor just seemed like they were being written as a love story. And he also has a plot, so why is he in this movie? And he plays one of the most annoying characters in any Marvel movie to date. The rest of the actors are just as bland, but I feel that the fact that they're being written into this movie is a bigger issue than the actors. Everyone is trying to do too much with the material they're given. Chris Hemsworth's accent is terrible, and he should have stayed with Thor. Mark Ruffalo's character is written as one of the most annoying and unlikable characters in any Marvel movie to date, and he's been written as such because he has no chemistry with anyone else. He's constantly complaining to his father about something or other and he's too weird to fit into this new, flirty, and witty style. Loki is played by Tom Hiddleston, who I think has the greatest potential of any Marvel villain. He's great
Tuesday, 08 Sep 2020 04:00

Birds of a feather. Big news: Thor Ragnarok is the movie to bring back the beloved Marvel Comics super hero character, Loki, who appeared in the 2009 epic "Thor: The Dark World." Thor: Ragnarok takes place four years after the events of "The Dark World," but before he learned of a world that has been invaded by beings called the Celestials, a race of intelligent and immortal beings who are fighting for the control of the universe. Thor finds himself unable to harness his mighty hammer, Mjolnir, as well as the power of the Elders of the Universe, the benevolent beings he had fallen in love with before. In order to find his sister, he must first confront a dark force that has corrupted the realm of Asgard, an ancient land of green mountains, snowy peaks, and snowy rivers. Led by the ruthless and sinister Hela, the Elders lead a war against Thor that will destroy the realms of men, elves, and elves. The Elders are led by Odin, the god of thunder. Odin gives Thor his blessing, but he is unwilling to put himself in the way of Hela and the Elders' war. Thor must risk everything in order to bring back his beloved Mjolnir and stop Hela and the Elders from destroying the realm of men. The journey begins. While the overall story is an amalgamation of everything that made Thor: The Dark World, Marvel's first standalone movie, so successful, the different elements of the movie were done in a way that each individual character and conflict felt unique. For example, while Loki's conflict with the Elders is important, we see that Loki is more a character that has been taken down by the powers of Hela than the antagonist of the film. In addition, there is an element of humor, where the comedy often comes from making the villain laugh, as opposed to the traditional comedy, where a villain is portrayed as evil and they are the only one laughing. The comedy, however, is balanced well between the comic relief that we saw in Thor: The Dark World and the darker humor that makes it seem like Thor: Ragnarok will be more serious. All in all, the film was great. In some ways it reminded me of The Dark Knight and how the film feels like a standalone story, but still has the emotional and dramatic elements of Thor: The Dark World. All in all, this is a fantastic addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and will continue to be a favorite of mine, with great performances by the whole cast. I give it an A+.
Wednesday, 19 Aug 2020 22:17

I really enjoyed this movie. The scenes were well choreographed and good to look at. It had a good story, although it is over two hours long. It had the usual elements: an awesome villain, a love interest, a villain on the loose, and special effects that made you wonder how they did it. The acting was excellent and the plot was simple, but interesting. It was fast paced, which is not the usual for superhero movies. It had good comedic relief, which is something not too many superhero movies have. I like the fact that the villain didn't use superpowers that made him a unique one. He wasn't a big fan of superheroes, which I liked, but instead he was a strong and cunning villain that would use his skills to help him. He wasn't like the typical "bad guy" that's always been in every movie. He wasn't like the typical villain, but he was different. I liked the scenes in the jungle where he was trying to stay alive, and he wasn't the usual "hurt" or "maniac" that is in the usual villain movies. He was just trying to survive in the jungle, which I liked. He was not too violent or kill for the sake of killing, he was just trying to survive and not kill anyone. I liked the scenes in the museum. It was interesting, and I like the sequence where he was trying to get back to Asgard and get his powers back, but it ended quickly. I also liked the scene in the air. I felt that the film was somewhat slow and the acting was not as good as I would have hoped for. The special effects were awesome, but there were a lot of scenes in the film where the effects didn't work well. The fighting scenes were good, but they were over done. The hero fighting scene was the best scene in the movie. I think the film has a good plot and I liked how it was presented. I also liked how they used the villain as a reason for the hero to be in the movie. The villain was just as good as the hero, and I think the villain was just as strong as the hero, and he used his powers to help him in the film, but not as good as the hero. The movie was fast paced, but the story wasn't that strong. I also enjoyed how the villain used his powers to help his friend, rather than the villain using his powers to kill his friends. I didn't like how they made him turn on the hero to make him turn on the hero, and the ending is a bit disappointing, but it was understandable. Overall, the film was a great movie and I would recommend watching it.
Friday, 14 Aug 2020 14:43

An epic adventure of war, love, loss, and re-envisioning the lives we've lost while living the same life. Thor comes to Earth, finds the F4 - the Earth's most advanced space program, and learns the truth about his father, the hammer. At the same time, Loki, the half-brother of the Earth's most powerful monarch, steals the hammer from Thor. It is up to the mighty Thor to stop Loki. And this movie does not disappoint. Thor: Ragnarok is the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that I truly loved. The scenes are complex and full of surprises and the tone is dark and humorous, not completely like the MCU. The directing and script are also very well-done. All of the characters are well-drawn and everyone is a leading or supporting character in their own right, which makes the movie that much better. The acting is very well-done, and it feels like it is only Thor and Loki. I can't say too much about the plot, other than that it is very well-done. Some of the jokes were kind of predictable, but I still found them funny, which I'm sure many people will. I'm not going to spoil anything about this movie, but I do want to add that I really, really, really, really, really, LOVED this movie. It was one of the most unique movies I've ever seen. I also think this movie has very strong female characters, as many of the male characters are weak or unlikable. It's a great mix of action and comedy. The worldbuilding and plot are a lot of fun and are very original. The battles are some of the best-looking I've ever seen. I won't say much about the cast, as I don't want to give anything away. There is no doubt in my mind that this movie will win Best Picture over the Oscars. I don't think any other movie will be able to top this. Go see it now!
Saturday, 01 Aug 2020 15:45

For the past few years Marvel have been on the back foot. Avengers: Age of Ultron was bad and then the abysmal Captain America Civil War, Spider-Man Homecoming and Thor: Ragnarok were all terrible, well in general, with the latter actually being worse than the others, Thor: Ragnarok marks a definite return to form and starts the process of beating the crap out of all the previous Marvel films. However with Ragnarok it seems that Marvel are going to go back to their more traditional route and I feel that this is the right move, as it makes the most of the material they have and makes the most of what could have been another long, drawn out movie, but instead it's a sweet little film. I know it's supposed to be a darker and more serious approach, but in my opinion I think it works best in the context of the story, which is about how Loki has been trapped in a stone and could be out of it for ten years, but his godlike status and power make him want to get back to earth and try and get revenge on the ones who wronged him in the past. While this story is a little thin on detail, the end result is actually quite enjoyable and it's still a well told, exciting and well executed superhero film. That's not to say that this is perfect, there are moments where it feels a little undercooked, but overall this is a very good film that works very well. The action is very good, the visuals are very good and there are some very memorable moments, I personally feel that the action scenes are what really make this film work and really makes it stand out from all the other Marvel films. The action is what Marvel have always been about and what really makes these films stand out from others. This film isn't perfect, there are scenes in this film that feel a little undercooked and a little rushed, but overall the action is just as good as it's ever been and there are many, many, many times where it's breathtaking. The visual effects are very good, they are beautiful and the fight scenes are visually impressive, although some of the fights feel a bit too CGI heavy at times, but overall this is a very well done film. The script is very strong and there are some very memorable and funny moments throughout the film, which again is where it works best, the script is sharp and witty and the script doesn't feel like it's trying to be too serious. The cast is good, Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Tessa Thompson and his son, Anthony Hopkins are all great. Anthony Hopkins is excellent as always, this time he is even more so, the character he plays is one of Loki's most evil and manipulative aspects, and the performance is also the best yet. Tom Hiddleston is again the best of the Marvel characters, again he is absolutely magnificent, he has always been my favourite villain and he has played him really well in this film, he is very likable, funny and very convincing, but he does get a little too over the top towards the end of the film, but overall he is great. Tessa Thompson is also good in her role as Jane Foster, she is very good and is very likable, but she is also very beautiful. In the acting department we have a lot of familiar faces, but they all play their characters well, Anthony Hopkins is incredible as Loki and shows his true villainous sides. Tom Hiddleston is very good as Thor, I felt the role to be more of a villainous one and he's
Saturday, 18 Jul 2020 00:11

Award-winning writer-director Taika Waititi is an absolute genius, so naturally we expect the best from this film, and it certainly delivers. Thor: Ragnarok is a solid continuation of the long-running Marvel cinematic universe, and it has some real standout moments. It's almost unbelievable how good this film is. I've always loved this character, and it's such a joy to see him play out his characters' various adventures again. We get a great story that revolves around the ultimate decision a hero has to make, and it's a story that is still relevant to our current world. From the perspective of the character of Thor, who is also one of the most popular Marvel heroes, his decision to finally take the hammer away from the villain who killed his father and gets himself banished from Asgard to Earth is huge and emotional. The other standout moments of this film are the humor, the characters, and the action. The action sequences are so epic and beautiful that I just had to comment on them, but there's so much more to them than just an all-out action movie. They are very diverse and unique in their details, as we get to see a more humane, more intellectual version of Thor, who really is in a totally different place than before. For instance, he's been taking his hammer on a weekly basis for years and years, and it has become an extension of himself. He literally picks it up and throws it at the bad guys. That's just one example. Other unique and unforgettable action sequences are the giant hammer fight in Asgard, a bit of magic, and the climatic battle. The ending also has a good twist, which I haven't seen in any Marvel film before. Thor: Ragnarok is a great continuation of the story, which I really enjoyed. It's extremely heartwarming and entertaining, and I absolutely loved it. Thor: Ragnarok is an absolute must-see, and I strongly suggest you do the same.


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