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Watch Thor Ragnarok online free – Thor Ragnarok is an amazing weird well made and action parked movie. Ragnarok is definite the best Thor movie to date. The whole atmosphere of the movie is is wacky and weird but with the same Marvel feel we all love. The characters new and old really shine along with the locations and sets. The villain Hela is also great in the movie and recreation rally adds to movie as a whole whole also adding to list list of great casting choices by Marvel. To summarize Thor Ragnarok is Marvel’s best Thor movie to date with its dry humour and its weird and wacky tones.

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Review Thor: Ragnarok by Harunilgin – Damn you Marvel!

Ragnarok is a neon-infused fantasy of what superhero films could look like. There are gigantic monsters and beautiful women; zombie armies and a big spooky dog; an evil witch and Jeff Goldblum, but this isn’t just a wacky movie made for the sake of wackiness. Ragnarok is the child of confident filmmaking and understanding of what the Thor franchise could have always been.

It takes a character that could have always been more and makes good on that promise through competent storytelling and unbridled enthusiasm for the world. This is exactly how we should be rewarded for their fandom. There has never been a clearer example of throwing the entire kitchen sink at a single title and having every single washer and lug-nut of that porcelain mechanism land in perfect order than Ragnarok.


Review Thor: Ragnarok by Ctowyi – This Thor is Thor-some!

Frankly, I didn’t like the first two Thor movies, the game plan was so clear from the get go. Same old “save the world” routines, brooding hero with a burden, a love connection born out of necessity and bloated battle scenes. It is the same blueprint for many superhero movies, but Thor has the God element that made the stories feel even more preposterous and ridiculous. It is hard to be vested in his quests because God don’t die, hurt as much and can always employ one last deus ex machina that solves the unsolvable problem. But Thor: Ragnarok throws that over-used game plan out from Bifrost into an unknown territory, making it this year’s best superhero movie. I know I know… Justice League has not descended, but looking at the trailer it doesn’t take a genius to see that it will be doing the above-mentioned routine.

New Zealand director Taika Waititi seems like an unusual choice to helm Thor’s third standalone movie. He has the indie root in him and he makes superbly smart comedies with oddles of heart, just watch What We Do in the Shadows (2014) and Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016) to see his outstanding oeuvre. Apparently, the Marvel-Disney studios have given him full reins and he went ahead and make a comedy. But how do you inject an indie comedic vibe into a superhero franchise that has not been done before?

Essentially, Waititi throws out all the cumbersome weights that hampered Thor and tells a simpler but no less cool story about a superhero trying to get back to his home to clean house. In between he gives Thor ample opportunities to be a beer-swigging beefcake, negotiate some treacherously outlandish situations and strip him off the one thing that makes him Thor, the Mjolnir. At one point, Odin even asks a defeated Thor “What are you, the God of Hammers? ” that had me laughing till my tears rolled down.

The tone is light but no less serious, populated by so many colourful characters in a vivid world trapped in impossible situations. At first I thought the introduction of Hulk in the early trailer is a misstep, but Mark Ruffalo’s casting would have been close to impossible to keep under wraps. By giving Planet Hulk comic fans a look-in would have been a better move. The repartee between Thor and Hulk/Banner is so hilarious. No less funny is also the dialogue between Thor and Loki, gone is that “he ain’t heavy, he is my brother” vibe and this is a Thor that will give Loki a smackdown if he is out of step.

Cate Blanchett plays Thor’s estranged sister with evil relish and you don’t cast Jeff Goldblum without allowing him to be Goldblum. Waititi even voices a gladiator-mentor character named Korg that practically steals all the scenes he is in. Chris Hemsworth hams it up just to a safe degree and nails all the one-liners with an A+. In fact, the whole cast seems to be having fun.

Thor: Ragnarok embraces its preposterousness and swims in a pool of ridiculousness with the deadpan and self-mocking humour hitting all the bullseyes. In the midst of it all, it still manages to tell a super duper cool story of a superhero saving his people. Yet it manages to remain fresh and zip along with a zany lightning pace. What an inspired choice for a director. The risk taken will pay huge dividends. This has superb rewatch value and I already feel like buying another ticket just to catch all the one-liners one more time. This Thor is Thor-some!

Review Thor: Ragnarok by Josh Barton – An utter blast

Both missing in action since the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Thor and Hulk could be seen as the forgotten children of the MCU, and when they’re two of the most popular characters with fans, that seems quite criminal to me. The two haven’t really been done justice in their solo films yet, even though I’m a big fan of Thor, but with Taika Waititi on board to direct Thor: Ragnarok, my expectations were sky high.

Imprisoned on the planet Sakaar, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is pitted against the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), a former ally, in a gladiatorial duel to determine whether he can travel back to Asgard and put a stop to Hela (Cate Blanchett) and her apocalyptic tendencies toward Asgardian civilisation.

It’s testament to Marvel Studios that, even with Thor: Ragnarok being the seventeenth film of the MCU, they can still produce work as unique and exhilarating as they have here. Taika Waititi has worked wonders to inject the Thor solo films with such vibrancy of colours and characters, leading to Thor: Ragnarok becoming one of my favourite entries into the MCU so far.

With Waititi involved, I was expecting this film to be funny however, I was nowhere near prepared for just how funny it ended up being. Seriously guys, there are plenty of moments that caused raucous laughter from the audience, Thor and Hulk giving the Guardians of the Galaxy a run for their money as the funniest MCU heroes. It’s the screenplay from Eric Pearson that should take most of the credit, along with some of the brilliant new characters we’re introduced to, Korg in particular played by Waititi himself being one of the MCU’s most welcome additions.

The action, of which there is plenty, is driven by the retro vibes of Mark Mothersbaugh’s score and even Led Zeppelin’s Immigrant Song, which kicks the finale into overdrive particularly well. Javier Aguirresarobe’s cinematography combines seamlessly with the expectedly stunning visual effects to create an almost psychedelic sense to the action sequences.

Coming to the performances, Thor: Ragnarok features a strong ensemble cast, pretty much all of them showing some fine comedy instincts at one point in the film. Chris Hemsworth leads the film with such a confident performance, matching both the cockiness and naivety of his character to great effect. Much like people say Robert Downey Jr. is Tony Stark, I just can’t imagine anyone else playing Thor.

The supporting performances make this such a special film, Mark Ruffalo doing some great work as the Hulk/Bruce Banner, keeping his place as one of the best actors within the MCU. Tom Hiddleston returns to the role of Loki and he’s expectedly wicked, making it easy to see why he’s such a favourite with the fans, while MCU newcomer Tessa Thompson shows plenty of potential to become a future fan favourite with a performance full of grit and fire as Valkyrie. If you’re a fan of Jeff Goldblum then I’d just like to say you won’t be disappointed with his performance as Grandmaster, a character just as eccentric as Goldblum himself.

I really liked Cate Blanchett as Hela, the villainess of the piece. While she may succumb to the weak villain syndrome that plagues superhero films these days, I felt that she suited the tone they were aiming for with Thor: Ragnarok. If the heroes can have some fun, why can’t the villains have some as well?

Thor: Ragnarok finally gives Thor the solo film he deserves as one of the original Avengers, full of laughs and plenty of heart, the road to Avengers: Infinity War is nearly complete. I, for one, cannot wait.

Review Thor: Ragnarok by rizasoyRagnaROCK!

Let’s get rid of this “”Aw,but the Ragnarok event in mythology has great battles, foretold to ultimately result in the death of a number of major figures (including the gods Odin, Thor, Týr, Freyr, Heimdallr, and Loki), the occurrence of various natural disasters”” nonsense.Cause these movies don’t have to stick to the myth or comic books,100%.They should make changes for the sake of the movie.For instance,in NORSE MYTH,fenrir(the giant dog) is the son of Loki and hela is also the child of Loki. Now tell me how the hell Marvel is gonna show us Hela and Fenrir as Loki’s children??Loki is already a well established and grounded character.At this point,I don’t think any director/writer could change Loki’s past and introduce Fenrir and Hela,as Loki’s kids cause this would also bring tons of questions,plot holes and flaws.

For the sake of MCU continuity,Marvel HAD TO make changes in the Norse Myth and in the comics.

The performances of the main cast are impressive and exceptional.This movie also showed us the real “God of Thunder”.For the first time he was extremely powerful without his hammer.That lighting streaming all over his body was pure awesomeness.

This movie is mostly targeted for everybody except for joyless,moody,edgy people who are allergic to have fun and have a boring,dull life. The CGI,fight scenes,epic battles,monsters etc..kinda remind me LOTR.

Also,when I ve read the first reviews of this,some critics were praising the soundtracks too.Wow..they were completely right this movie’s soundtrack list is on the same level with GotG 1 which was perfect.

They finally gave hulk a personality.Even though he looks all big,formidable and scary,he was kinda adorable every time he talks:).So glad they finally made him talk.They really improved his CGI.The best version of Hulk in MCU.The haircut made him better too.

Tessa Thompson surprised me with her performance.I still hear some people complaining about the color of her skin.Cause she doesn’t look like Valkyrie in myth.Well,she doesn’t have to actually.All I care about is,her performance.And she did really good.

So put another major hit on MCU.They did it again.We have another MCU movie approved by critics and audiences.They have successful track record since 2008.

Unlike some people’s petty,shallow claims,I don’t think marvel is always using the same formula again and again since 2008.Cause if they fallowed that path since 2008,people wouldn’t watch their movies for the past 9 years.And they definitely couldn’t create the highest-grossing franchise of the planet without their major players like Fantastic 4,X-men and Spider man.

Review Thor: Ragnarok by Kutluyal – great experience

“Fun” isn’t a dirty word. It’s also not a word that means “not art” or “lacking drama.” And the word “funny” likewise doesn’t negate artistic integrity or drama. Anyone who thinks these words are contrary to great filmmaking or “true art” simply doesn’t know what they’re talking about, and should probably stop trying to discuss cinema. Humor, comedy, and satire not only have a long and glorious history in art and expression, they are in fact very hard to do correctly. Writing comedy and directing comedy is every bit as difficult, if not more so, than straightforward drama in many ways. And to whatever extent fun and comedy in films can also serve to purely entertain sometimes and to add levity to situations, that’s not bad nor limiting of art either.

It speaks to the absurdity of modern film debate and fandom that I even need to point out such glaringly obvious, fundamental truths about storytelling, movies, and art. But such is the nature of rabid, narrow personal preference driven by bizarre loyalty to one publishing corporation over another. Fandom is always — generally speaking — turning everything into “us versus them,” but the extent to which it’s devolved into outrageously uninformed and limited claims of what is or isn’t “art,” is a newer development and a sign of the shallowness of so much of our modern discussion of cinema when it comes to genre storytelling.

Thor: Ragnarok is fun, and it’s also funny. It is also dramatic, it is also terrific art, it is also the best Thor movie by a wide margin, and it is one of the best Marvel sequels released so far.If those statements or words bug you, then get over it and grow up.

Review Thor: Ragnarok by Kearkator – This lord of thunder is ridiculous…

I’ll say it again. This lord of thunder movie is ridiculously marvelous, you know, because it’s Marvel? OK I know where the door is. But before I get out, let me add a couple of things.

I don’t remember much, but as far as I can tell, this is a second super heroes movies that the soundtrack really hit the spot, Led Zeppelin’s Immigrant song is kick ass, and its really help to create perfect atmosphere while Thor kicking ass.

This movie do provide more color than usual, literally, and throw a lot of comedies, showing that it’s okay for a big scary dude to act dork, I’m looking at you Hulk, you’re kinda cute there, you too lord of… err, god of thunder. Thor, we still like you even though you’re not a strongest Avengers (that’s what quinn jet says).

All in all, this movie is gooood. There, ‘nuf said, I’m out of here, maybe to watch it again. Or maybe later, when I’m sure I can pick a good position, rather than forced to take the last available chair.

Review Thor: Ragnarok by Carlos André – Another really fun Marvel movie

I saw many people in the internet complaining about the “fun vibe” of the movie. Well, guys, IT’S A MARVEL MOVIE! What the heck are you expecting?! The trailer sell me a fun movie, and this was exactly what I receive. Didn’t you?

Look, I’m a really critical about the excess of jokes in the Marvel movies, I really believe that in some of them it doesn’t work at all (like Civil War, Age of Ultron, Doctor Strange). But here in Ragnarok for me was a improve, comparing with the other Thor movies (the first one suck, and the second it’s fun, but not that much too).

Chris Hemsworth has amazing comic skills (way better than his “dramatic” ones), Mark Rufallo is great too, Tom Hiddleston, etc etc (you get it, the cast is great).

The movie isn’t a master piece (like Joss Whedon said), far away from that, they bet on the save (again), but this time works. Cate Blanchett is F#CKING INCREDIBLE on the movie! And that is a improve when you think in the MCU (you know… the majority of the villains in the movies suck).

So, in short, for me Ragnarok is another very entertaining, fun, and well done Marvel movie. Doesn’t will win an Oscar or something, but it’s good, and mainly, a lot better than the first two.

Review Thor: Ragnarok by bat_manfan39 – My Thoughts On The New Thor

The plot of this hulk sized film is imprisoned the mighty Thor finds himself in a lethal gladiatorial contest against the Hulk his former ally. Thor must fight for survival and race against time to prevent the all-powerful Hela from destroying his home and the Asgardian civilization. They actually did it they did a Planet Hulk film i had to say that because it pretty much is Planet Hulk and i have to say that to me the story was really well told and really well paced which is to be expected since the film is only two hours and ten minuets long.

Returning as New Doug (if you don’t get the joke then watch the film) is Chris Hemsworth , Tom Hiddleston , Cate Blanchett , Idris Elba , Jeff uh ah uh ah uh ah Goldblum , Tessa Thompson and Mark Ruffalo. I have to admit i loved the chemistry between Chris and Tom at this point they might as well be brothers and the same goes for Chris and Mark i’d say the only one that Chris doesn’t have chemistry with is someone i can’t mention since it’s spoiler.

The rest of the cast do a solid job i know we make a lot of fun about Jeff Goldblum but damn he was good in this film you can tell that he was having a blast playing this character and i hope to god that we get to see more of him in future movies and once again Tessa kills it i loved her in Creed and i love her in this i’m calling it right now she’s going to win a lot of awards.

It’s taken them awhile but finally Marvel have created another great villain at least in my eyes Hela was a true badass. The only real gripe i have with her is more personal then anything and that’s the fact her motivation wasn’t that clear others might think the opposite but that’s my opinion and she can actually beat people up and be an actual challenge for our hero and i hated her helmet.

Wow this film has a lot of humor and i do expect a lot of it to go over people’s heads especially with the music choices but this film had me laughing out loud and hard we all know of the scene where Thor and Hulk first meet up and that’s still funny but for me one of the best jokes in the movie is what happens after that scene and if you’ve seen the first Avengers movie you’ll know why i laughed at that scene.

Honestly at this point there’s no point in my even talking about the CGI because we all know it’s going to be good so instead i’ll jump right into the action which honestly was rather refreshing just due to the fact that not a lot of it boiled down to who can hit who the hardest and there’s a badass scene with Thor near the end of movie which i was going to make a joke about but then i thought it might be a spoiler.

Damn the soundtrack for this film is really something and when i say the soundtrack i don’t mean the score used by composer Mark Mothersbaugh.i mean the songs they inserted into the film i kid you not one of the scenes uses “Pure Imagination” from Willy Wonka while not one but two action scenes use “Immigrant Song” by Led Zeppelin and i was OK with that.

Overall i can’t say this is the best Marvel movie because i think there are better movies but i can safely say that this is the best Thor movie and the best Hulk movie for me this film gets an 8.5 out of 10.

Review Thor: Ragnarok by Diones_Santana_Critical – Sought the essence and becomes the best Marvel movie.

Everyone knows that Marvel movies are well produced, the company that was founded by Stan Lee already skidded in the past, but currently more hits than misses. Unfortunately your failure in the past was to have sold the copyright to some of his heroes to other producers, that tactic was used not to break in a time of crisis of movie heroes. With the explosion of movies from Spider-man (2002) the company carried on and went back to producing movies of their heroes. The first Thor movie was released in 2011, and it was a great movie. I recall the success this film has done at the time. but the second film Thor the dark world (2013) are no longer managed to be so good. Film has multiple errors in the narrative and it was very confusing, and had no villain.

Thor Ragnarok begins two years after the Avengers (2012). Thor is the defending world and still does not know that your brother seized the Throne from his father in the second movie. Upon returning to Asgard discovers that your brother is leading and that your father is missing. With this he begins a long journey in search of your father along with Loki. On the way ends up having a hand of Dr. strange “scene that is post movie credit Dr. strange”. Thor just knowing that Asgard is in danger and that Cate Blanchett (Hela) is on his way to kill everyone. He ends up finding the Hulk on the way back to Asgard in search of resume peace and order.

Thor Ragnarok managed to bring the essence of Marvel after a few years. Film is very well written, has amazing graphics and impresses in the narrative. Hulk works great the hero is in your best shape and performance since the Avengers (2012), who had an excellent performance and left the film even more complete. Cate Blanchett (Hela) has an impeccable performance to me she was a great villain of the Marvel movies, your character really scary. The film is full of action with a quality humor without being forced. Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and Tom Hiddleston (Loki) still has a great chemistry on screen that has been creating over the time together really work well and makes the story even more fluid. Marvel hit movie and managed to overcome other great long as, Avengers (2012) and Civil War (2016).

The third film of Thor is the best Marvel movie ever made! Time for fun is guaranteed. A tip … have two movie scenes post credits not lose.

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