Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
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The Thor movies have never been the MCU's best and Ragnarok is unlikely to change that reputation. While a very different movie to Thor and The Dark World with a space setting and a lighter more humerous tone that will please in the first hour or so it's that tone that's ultimately it's downfall in it's final act. It's there where the tone is all over the place. What should be dramatic moments to the viewer and traumatic events for Thor are completely ruined by the fact that the film doesn't seem to know when to stop joking around and just let the drama play out.
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It has bad pacing problems, especially throughout the beginning, and a bland storyline and script that definitely feels like two disparate storylines smashed together; however, the movie shows promise when Taika Waititi's voice shines through, particularly in the scenes where he conceptualizes Hulk as an overgrown tantrumous child and the ones which include his own character (the most clear depictions of his style of comedy), Korg. Overall not bad, but underwhelming
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This movie ranks #34 in Sci-fi
This movie ranks #36 in Action
This movie ranks #44 in Fantasy
This movie ranks #46 in 2010s
This movie ranks #62 in All-Time Worldwide Box office
This movie ranks #244 in All Time Box Office