A different Thor, basically Thor is playing Chris Hemsworth. What I’m saying is that it’s a hilarious Thor movie!
Thor (Chris Hemsworth) returns to Asgar to prevent armageddon or Ragnarok from happening. When he arrives he finds not his father Odin but his brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) pretending to be Odin, which we’ve known since the last Thor movie.
Just when they start to resolve their family issues, Hela (Cate Blanchett) arrives to cause chaos. Breaks Thor’s hammer and sends Loki and Thor to another planet and does it with her evilness attitude with humor attached. Ragnorak is definitely to be considered a comedy movie above a Marvel film. Not complaining just stating.
Now Thor is trapped in another planet run by Jeff Goldblum’s character, Grandmaster, knowing Hela is releasing hell on Asgard and to make his day worse his is forced to fight good o’ Hulk! Though the Grandmaster isn’t a very good guy he isn’t the main villain and does what he was tended to do and that is to bring two Avengers together.
Just like we see a different side of Thor, his humor side, we see another that we’ve never seen before and that’s Hulk talk and have a personality. The movie does a great job in directing it from a comedy, action, MCU movie to a comedy buddy movie. What I really enjoyed watching was Hulk having his own person instead of having him be the bad part of Bruce Banner with the whole Jekyl and Hyde persona.
Seeing how successful Guardians has become I know that they were able to see MCU as something more than just action and superheroes fighting. I had a blast watching it and definitely laughed out loud through the whole movie. Although some humor lines were a bit out of place where the scene was trying to be serious, I didn’t mind it. This is the 15th MCU movie and with Infinity War just another movie away, Black Panther, I liked them going to a lighter route because Infinity is most likely going to be a heavy movie. So why not have a little more fun before we ball our eyes out.
Again since it is the 15th movie the chemistry between the actors have already proved worthy and that was no different when they welcomed a new member, Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson). Overall, I loved Ragnarok and it just makes waiting for Infinity War that much more difficult. Thor is different but you welcome the change. Well frickin done Taika Waititi (Director/ Korg).