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About the Movie
In Marvel Studios’ Thor: Ragnarok, Thor is imprisoned on the other side of the universe without his mighty hammer and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok – the destruction of his home world and the end of Asgardian civilization at the hands of an all-powerful new threat, the ruthless Hela. But first he must survive a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against his former ally and fellow Avenger – the Incredible Hulk!
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 307
- Fresh: 282
- Rotten: 25
- Average Rating: 7.5/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: This viewer ... was wowed in fits and starts, but mostly filled with a new, ungrudging respect for Hemsworth.
Fresh: Audiences seem to be smart enough these days to know a good movie when they see it, and to avoid a bad flick despite Hollywood's best efforts to pull a fast one on them.
Fresh: Cate Blanchett's Hela is hella mean, hella snarky and hella striking with her hair slicked back into antlers.
Fresh: What it lacks in urgency - which is a lot, given that the story involves an extinction-level threat to Asgard and All Who Therein Dwell - it makes up for in alacrity.
Refreshing and fun!
Great new look!! Funny and refreshing. One of the best Thor movies yet!
Thor: Ragnarok is THE Thor movie that we have all been waiting for. This movie has so much style that it's surprising it didn't feel like Suicide Squad with all the jumbled tones being thrown left and right. Taika brings his indie directing style to he forfront and makes (ALMOST) each scene a joy to watch. The writing is good as a Thor movie can be. The performances are out of this world, as everyone brings their A-Game (EVEN IF IT IS JUST FOR TEN SECONDS OF SCREEN TIME). Chris Hemsworth proves to all that he is legitamitely funny. Blanchett is always good, though her character is a bit underwhelming at times, but her performance saves it. Goldblum is quirky and weird and fits this movie nicely. Tom Hiddleston brings a bit more depth to Loki, but that's to be expected. Ruffalo shines as the both the Hulk and Banner and brings some of the best laughs in the movie. Everyone is great. Even the action manages to be just as good as ever. Though it may seem I am praising this movie a lot, it SUFFERS badly from ONE massive flaw. Pacing. Just within the first ten minutes alone, you'll feel like you're being whiplashed by J.K. Simmons. It's not that it's start and stop, it's that it's ALWAYS RUNNING. This movie doesn't let up, not even for a moment, which makes it hard to register certain things that happen to characters. Trying to mesh Planet Hulk and Ragarnok works for the most part, but because of this certain things happen to characters that could be huge but is quickly glossed over, and the movie is 2 hours long. So while I love this movie, it suffers from going too fast with the pacing. Luckily, the acting, the story, the characters, and the action save this movie. Plus, because of the pacing, it doesn't even feel like 2 hours. You'll have loads of FUN watching it, which in the end is really all that matters. So go ahead and watch it, then watch it again.
Thor Ragnarok is amazing from beginning to end