Thor: Ragnarok trailer


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Like Loki, Agent of Asgard?

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Can't wait to see it tomorrow afternoon.


John,

Only if they get King Loki and King Thor! :)

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I watched it at lunch today and I really liked it. Definately my favorite of the 3 Thor movies.

There was a lot more humor, but not quite as much as GotG. I thought it worked well. (I thought the first two movies took themselves a little too seriously though.)

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Ragnarok was ton of fun. Really fun, action was balls to the walls amazing, acting was solid and it had actually something to say, and Waititi's bold vision for Thor really paid off.

HULK. HULK EVERYTHING. This was the best movie Hulk we have ever got, clearly it's own character, not just some always angry monster.

Spoiler:
Did anyone else notice that one of the Grandmaster's towers giant heads was Beta-Ray Bill?

Also, He stood alone at Gjallerbru. Well, not alone but still. NEAT.

Matt Damon, Sam Neil and Luke Hemsworth made me laugh so much.
I think I was the only one in my theatre that recognised Damon though :P


Ros,

That scene sounded lovely btw, the one with the three actors.

And yes I saw that in that in the trailer.

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This was amazing. Best Marvel movie of all times.


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"Good luck with that, New Doug!"


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Meet the new doug. Same as the old doug

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"Another day, another Doug."

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"I pardon you. Of life."


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I just got back from seeing it..

Well...my general sense is...the movie is okay. I pretty much agree with Werthead's comments 100%, and I would actually rank this lower than many of the recent MCU movies. I just think they went just a tad overboard on the comedic elements...we barely get a single dramatic moment, no matter how major, that isn't undercut a 30 seconds later by a joke. Other marvel movies are funny, and even the most serious tend to have a few moments of humor. But even Guardians of the Galaxy and Spiderman homecoming, three of the more humorous series, knew when to lay off the jokes and let a scene have weight. Here we got absolutely zero discretion.

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I'm perfectly fine with the comedy spoiling the drama. Great damn movie.


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Just saw the movie, it was great, shame it is the last the Thor movie.


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Dragon78 wrote:
Just saw the movie, it was great, shame it is the last the Thor movie.

aww.. why? they just figured out how to make them


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Haven't seen yet, but I will say that part of the problem I had with the last two Thor movies was their bloated sense of gravitas... while still being, at the end of the day, movies about a guy who smashes things with a hammer and moving in inherently ridiculous circles.

Don't take yourself so seriously if you're going to give me Kabuki Dark Elves.


Saw it today with my mother. Both of us loved it.


I think they tried to hard with the comedy at times and things jumped all over the place a bit too much but overall it was really good.


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Haven't seen yet, but I will say that part of the problem I had with the last two Thor movies was their bloated sense of gravitas... while still being, at the end of the day, movies about a guy who smashes things with a hammer and moving in inherently ridiculous circles.

Don't take yourself so seriously if you're going to give me Kabuki Dark Elves.

The third should be right for you then.

Though I wouldn't say there was a bloated sense of gravitas in Dark World...

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Saw it yesterday loved it but I wish

Spoiler:
Near the end, Loki should have told Thor “it’s all fun and games until someone loses an eye.”


CapeCodRPGer wrote:
Saw it yesterday loved it but I wish ** spoiler omitted **

That line would have been hilarious and completely appropriate, but I can't quite see Loki delivering it.

As normally used, those words imply and try to encourage a kind of personal responsibility that Loki simply does not have. Even ironically or sarcastically delivered, I don't think it would sound quite right.

But I have no better suggestion for who could have delivered it, and I agree that someone should have.


I saw it yesterday and I enjoyed it. Worth full price. BUT, I do agree that they did overdo the humor end of it.


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My favorite character obviously:
I was very happy with how he played out. He was a legitimate threat for a VERY angry hulk, took his punches and in a nice mythology mod, was actually able to bite through hulkskin (the original fenris bit off the hand of a god for betraying him) Hulk only won because of where the fight was and my lack of damned opposable thumbs.


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I was a little leery of the comedic tone of this movie but I have to say it was exactly what I needed. I LOVE this movie and pretty much laughed my ass off from start to finish.

I love Thor's line to Hela just before the final fight.

Thor: I would love for someone else to rule but it can't be you, you're just... the worst.


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Agreed, needed something funny as hell and over the top....so happy I went and saw this...also LMAO for a good part of it.

Best line IMHO goes to Hulk

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aaaaawwwww...but....giant monster!

To be fair....she is kinda just...the worst...


So is Hela somehow tied to Thanos? Isn't Thanos obsessed with death?


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So is Hela somehow tied to Thanos? Isn't Thanos obsessed with death?

It depends on who's writing him. But generally, yes. As for him and Hela being an item...well they're already kind of shipping that in comics.


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Okay, so, just saw it, and have to get this gem out there before my brain asplodes!

Spoiler:

Chekov's. Metal. Crown.

Okay, now that that is out of my system, I think despite the some-time disparaged lighthearted nature of the film, it bears directly to the era the source ideas were drawn from... oh, wait, just got another spoiler thought...

Spoiler:

In the comics, wasn't the Ballad of Beta Ray Bill caused by Surtur sitting there trying to make a sword that would cleave all of reality, and Bill's people realized that they needed to vacate their section of the universe A.S.A.P.?


Wei Ji,

Yes that did happen but not quite the way you expressed.


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Okay, good, my memory isn't all garbage, then!


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Loved it.

Humor was definitely prevalent... but given how dark and grim a lot of what was happening was, it allowed some relief.

Also...

The humor wasn't things like making witty quips while people die all around you, a lot of it was situational.

And I loved, loved Hela, because her motives and grievances made some sense... but she was still, obviously, "the worst."

Spoiler:
And Surtr was all I could have wanted.

And Fenris giving the Hulk the the fight of his cinematic life to date (not counting Thor's plot-devicing in the arena) was fitting. Fenris shouldn't be easily handled by anybody.

EDIT: Amusingly, the part I liked the least?

Spoiler:
The Doctor Strange bit. 'Cause it felt like a a tacked-on-for-its-own-sake effort to validate a throwaway post-credit scene. Really felt unnecessary


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Cole, I disagree for one thing on your least liked.

Spoiler:
It helped establish any future relationship between Strange, Thor, and Loki. Rather than look at the 'shoe-horn' quality, look instead at the fact that a 'human' (admittedly a very powerful one) just essentially gave Loki a middle finger and got away with it completely. That HAS to rankle a bit. Also, seeing Thor drunk off his butt was rather amusing, and it may have even colored his reactions in the next frame with his father...

EDIT: If it is true that Strange has one of the Stones, then Loki was also *just in the Sanctum where it is mostly being kept*.


the scene in question:
I think it was important to the wider MCU, not as much this particular film. Dr Strange can't let beings like Loki, who lets not forget wanted to conquer earth, show up without acting. It also makes it easier to pull him into Infinity War if he already has established ties to other characters. Given the level of threat Thanos should be it would make sense for Thor to give Dr Strange a call.


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Two other quick shower insights!

1:

Apparently all Asgardians get a free rank in Piloting.

2:

...could the Tesseract that was in the Vaults have been a 'fake', which is why Hela looked at it and said 'Impressive' but just kept going? Or was the Eternal flame *that much more powerful* than even an Infinity stone?


owwww....good question Wei Ji...


Spoiler:
I don't think that tesseract was fake... My suspicion is it was real one, Loki got it, and that's why they are stopped by (I assume) Thanos in the mid-credits scene.

Maybe Hela planned to do something with it later.

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That was my thought, Drejk,


My thought is she was going to make it into necklace. ;)


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That would be some phat bling indeed.


Spoiler:
Or Thanos stopped them to have a chat with Loki about invasion of Dirt or what-was-that-planet-name-again, and where is his Chitauri army, the tesseract, and the scepter, and why Loki doesn't actually have them with him...

(because he hid it somewhere in the mean time)


Agreed on the where did a certain blue cube go and who has it, that was my thought too.


My guess is that Loki grabbed it as he left the Vault.


Anyone get a weird connection between Hulk and Scrapper 142, whose name was never mentioned? I have my reasons for wondering. I just don't want to spoil anything.


Well, I remember an old Marvel title called The Defenders which had Dr. Strange, the Hulk, and a character called Valkyrie. It seems that the MCU might be setting up for a Defenders movie.


John Napier 698 wrote:
Well, I remember an old Marvel title called The Defenders which had Dr. Strange, the Hulk, and a character called Valkyrie. It seems that the MCU might be setting up for a Defenders movie.

Sadly, they've got a Defenders Tv show and it's not them.

The Defenders was a great concept and, at least at times, a great book.


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Love the defenders in all their incarnations.

The all female one was awesome.


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Wei Ji the Learner wrote:

Cole, I disagree for one thing on your least liked.

** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
Humans have been flipping Loki the bird and getting away with it since the friggin' Avengers movie. Fury, Widow, Stark, Cap... all of them punked him in some way he never got his own back for. There's a reason Loki is so leery of traipsing to Midgard with his bro.

Strange is already hooked into any Infinity Stone narrative by virtue of his own movie, and it really lampshaded (in a bad way) the fact that the Ancient One apparently did diddly the LAST time an Asgardian showed up to cause massive problems on Earth, despite having a much more established setup than Strange did after Kaecilius had trashed two out of three Sanctums. Unless you stretch the timeline so that STRANGE did diddly the last time an Asgardian showed up with an alien army at his back.

It was just awkward.

Still my favorite Thor movie.


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Cole Deschain wrote:
Wei Ji the Learner wrote:

Cole, I disagree for one thing on your least liked.

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **

Still my favorite Thor movie.

Movie plot spoiler:

I'd say the Strange vs Loki interaction is a bit different, since Strange basically owned Loki at his own game, magic (without even a modicum of challenge). Hulk, Iron Man, etc beat him via physical strength, which Loki would probably admit to not being a strong asset for him.


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The All Female Defenders and A-force need to be a thing.


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Saw it today and loved it.

Hulk was really interesting his whole behavior and body language reminds me of my 6 year old Nephew. The Green guy is growing up and becoming his own person which I find facinating.

Favorite line for me though

Spoiler:
Loki during the arena fight: "HA, That's what it feels like!"

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