“Thor: Ragnarok”, A Thunderful Work

Release Date:Nov/03/2017
Genre:Action/Adventure/Comedy/Sci-fi
DirectorTaika Waititi
CastAnthony Hopkins、Cate Blanchett、Chris Hemsworth、Mark Ruffalo、Tom Hiddleston
Viola's Rating:8.7



Marvel aficionados now have no reason to be anxious about not being able to immerse themselves in Marvel Comics Universe (MCU). Their favorite superheroes have already scheduled the franchises in a well-organized way that all the audience can interact with them at least two times a year. The latest MCU feature film is the seventeenth, which is released about exactly the same time as “Doctor Strange” last year, November 3rd, 2017
As the fifth film of the series’ Phase Three, this adventurous, sci-fi, action “comedy” talks about a new era in Thor’s life. No one knows where the former Prince of Asgard, now King of Asgard is after the war the Avengers battle against Ultron. Traveling all around the universe, God of Thunder deals with many alien affairs and keeps the world in order. However, things don’t always go the way you think they’re going to be. Imprisoned, the Mighty Avenger finds himself in a lethal gladiatorial combat with Hulk, his former ally. God of Thunder must fight for survival and race against time to prevent the all-powerful Hera from destroying his home and the Asgardian civilization.

Fans might find it interesting that there are many cameos more than just Stan Lee in “Thor: Ragnarok”, as how Captain America appears in “Spider-Man Homecoming”. Apparently, Doctor Strange costars as the flick has been promoted this way, and Hulk, who even encouraged Marvel Studios to color its logo green in the trailer. To avoid spoiler, what can be said here is that there are more unanticipated cameos, and some of them aren’t even from superhero motion pictures.
Being the third sequel to the King of Asgard’s franchises, “Thor:Ragnarok” continues talking about family issues like its previous movies do. As a result of the beloved antagonist Loki playing a role, there’ll be brotherhood topics because the Mighty Avenger is a loving God without any condition. Moreover, if you remember the end of the last Thor picture, you’ll know that there’ll be stories about Odin being told.
What makes “Thor:Ragnarok” better than its previous series is that it’s funnier. We all know that Marvel feature films are clever and humorous with a bunch of unexpected punchlines, but Captain America and God of Thunder are the two who are boring and serious due to their old-fashioned attributes. However, in this film, laughers are everywhere.
It’s hard to decide whether “Thor: Ragnarok” is the best Marvel flick so far, but there’s no doubt that it’s “thurderful” and helps MCU to motivate its other storylines. Besides, merely listening to the scores of the motion picture is a decent enjoyment itself, what else keep you away from watching “Thor: Ragnarok”?
Picture Credit: IMDb

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