- The light-hearted tone of Ragnarok is a breath of fresh air in a film franchise that seems to be getting graver the closer it gets to Infinity War. This is the silliest we’ve seen Thor, and we’re all here for it.
- The bright set design, stunning makeup and costume design, and retro 80s vibe set this film apart from any other Marvel flick.
- There’s just so much to love about this. The fight sequences don’t bore me to death, the improvised humor is hilarious, and all the characters are great, from Topaz to Korg. One of the few out of the slew of Marvel films I consider a must-see.
- For all the bad shit Loki has done over the years, you can’t help but love him, especially when he inevitably teams up with his bro to show off his beautiful fighting skills.
- Ragnarok loses points for not being a stand-alone film, but then again, it is the third Thor movie. How many final movies in a trilogy work as stand-alones?
- Didn’t he go through the whole needs-to-lose-the-hammer-to-earn-its-power thing in the first Thor? Not that I wouldn’t watch that man go through the same repeating life lesson in any movie (or hairstyle), of course…