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Just returned from Thor Ragnarok. Fitting I was able to see it on Thorsday. I'm not one who's good at reviews and I don't want to spoil anything but I will saw this is nothing like the past Thor movies. It was a visual treat with a LOT of humor and plenty of plot. I likes this better than the previous Thor movies. Stick around for two scenes at the end. Willy Wonka gets a nod. I thoroughly enjoyed this one.
 
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Thanks for the review, it is a movie I will have in my collection when it comes out on disc.



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Totally agree 10X, saw it tonight and highly recommend if you like the Marvel Universe movies.
 
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It’s was pretty hilarious


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I've been fairly disappointed with the first two Thor movies but have heard great things about this one. I'm taking my kids and all their friends tomorrow afternoon. Can't wait!
 
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Funniest marvel movie yet. I liked it. Careful on the age of the kids. There is some suggestive humor. Ass-guard and luckily my kid didn’t catch mention of an “orgy”. Didn’t want to have to explain that one.
 
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I laughed a lot watching this movie. It was worth seeing. Definitely different than the pervious Thors.
 
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I really liked the film. The only thing lacking was the villain. Too one directional and unsympathetic. She was like a comet headed for Asgard. Just an unfeeling celestial body. Jeff Goldblum was fantastic.
 
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Just returned from watching a few minutes ago. Very funny, too many zingers to count.

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Very much enjoyed it


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I was a little disappointed that Des and Stroy had damn near unlimited magazine capacity when finally put into action

And when they showed the close up on one of them firing, the dust cover is very clearly closed



Small thing only a gun dude would notice or care about....but that's me

In a proud Dad moment, my oldest son actually said audibly during the scene

"Oh come on, those are 30 round magazines"
 
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In a proud Dad moment, my oldest son actually said audibly during the scene

"Oh come on, those are 30 round magazines"


My ten year old said the same thing!

We enjoyed the movie.



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Saw it tonight. Enjoyed the movie and also enjoyed the almost constant laughs it got from the packed audience.
 
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Didn’t like it much. Very campy and the jokes were beyond corny. Maybe 1 in 3 or 1 in 4 would laugh. Really liked the first Thor film, been downhill ever since. I think I’m done seeing Superhos at the theater. Will wait for discs in the future.



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Just got back. It was great!

Generally not a fan of Thor, but I heard this one was good, so I took the chance. Thoroughly enjoyed it!!
 
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It was better than Thor 1 or 2 I thought. I really didn't care for Thor 2 at all. This was a long movie, but it was pretty good, they took a cue from Guardians and added a lot of humor


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My first reactions were thinking how campy it's become but they made me laugh so hard I enjoyed it. I'm glad they didn't do so much camp in Captain America.
 
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Goldblum and Kork, best characters and lines.

Gotta admit, seeing Blanchett all blacked-out was rather hot, channeling Eva Green and her all-black dye-jobs.
 
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Goldblum and Kork, best characters and lines.

Gotta admit, seeing Blanchett all blacked-out was rather hot, channeling Eva Green and her all-black dye-jobs.

I agree. "Another day, Another Doug"
 
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I loved it but really hate the arsehole who ruined the best line of the movie by putting it in the trailer.


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Watched it today and loved it. Breath of fresh air for the character. H's a fantastical character so it lends itself to being more lighthearted. Hard to do a dark, gritty and realistic movie with the god of thunder. They tried it with Superman and failed miserably.

The first Thor worked because it was a funny fish out of water story. The second movie failed because it took itself seriously.

It was very 80s, right down to the unlimited ammo cheat code being enabled. That was a very big 80s trope.
 
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