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Film Review - Thor: Ragnarok


Thor sat out 2016’s “Captain America: Civil War,” which basically acted as an “Avengers” sequel, but without the full roster of superheroes. Thor (and the Hulk) were off on their own adventure, and finally audiences are allowed to catch up with the God of Thunder in “Thor: Ragnarok,” which is also the third official Thor movie, picking up where 2014’s “Thor: The Dark World” left off. Admittedly, there wasn’t much of a wait for the return of the hammer-launching hero, but he was missed, as “Thor: Ragnarok” is a thrilling, unexpectedly hilarious sequel that changes the tone and direction of the character. It’s not a radical departure from the usual comic book mayhem, but director Taika Waititi makes inspired choices with the material, leaning into the fantasy of it all, creating worlds, monsters, and towering action to go with the feature’s generous sense of humor. Read the rest at 


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