Thor: Ragnarok Review - Another Gem From Marvel Cinematic Universe

Marvel Studios- Thor: Ragnarok

Directed By: Taika Waititi

Starring: Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston. Tessa Thompson, Cate Blanchett, Mark Ruffalo, Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum, Anthony Hopkins and Karl Urban.

Marvel Cinematic Universe has done it again that Marvel magic touch is a integral part of latest release from Marvel Clan "THOR: RAGNAROK" starring Chris Hemsworth the OG "Thor" I mean if you ask me who is the God of Thunder ??? than i will say it is Chris Hemsworth and this time the Third venture in the THOR Movie series portrayed the Lead in the flix really well. Actually, better than the last part (Thor: The Dark World), before going into the full detailed review of the movie let's take a look at what does TOP CRITICS NETWORKS think about 17th movie in the MCU:-

IMDB - 8.2/10

it seems like that i have to agree with these TOP CRITIC NETWORKS this time around.

Thor: Ragnarok Review

The Storyline starts after two years of Battle of Sokovia Now, Son of Odin Thor is searching for the Infinity Stones in different galaxies which leads him to finding unheard truths about ASGARD. Director Taika Waititi’s euphorically joyous third installment is a Thor-series high and has earned some of the best reviews of any Marvel Studios movie in history.

While the subtitle promises an Asgard-ending catastrophic event, Waititi opted to put a spotlight on Chris Hemsworth’s comedic chops and essentially reinvent the character as a hilarious, self-aware yet cocksure God of Thunder who just wants to save his home planet.

The result is an incredibly fun ride that leans into the chemistry between Hemsworth and Mark Ruffalo, as well as Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston. For that matter, it is great to have Loki back in the MCU, and the film does a tremendous job of weaving the story of the villain Hela (Cate Blanchett) into the story of Thor and Loki in an organic way.

Some may be dismayed at Cate Blanchett underuse, but I think she knew exactly what she signed up for: to chew the scenery and look great doing it. In that regard, I think Hela is a successful if not terribly deep Marvel villain.

The breakout of the movie is surely Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie, from whom I hope we see a lot more in the MCU to come.But enough of my rambling in April When I first saw the trailer of Thor: Ragnarok i was super excited for the movie. This really lived upto my expectations and i totally recommend everyone to enjoy this Epic Marvel Cinematic Universe venture.

Rating: 4.3/5.0

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