Thor: Ragnarok

Marvel Cinematic Universe
Taika Waititi
Eric Pearson
Craig Kyle
Christopher Yost
Chris Hemsworth
Tom Hiddleston
Cate Blanchett
Jeff Goldblum
Tessa Thompson
Four BOBs

We originally saw Ragnarok months and months ago, while it was still in the theater. It was a hilarious and amazing film, so I don't know why it took me so long to put together a review. Maybe it's the gushing - I feel uncomfortable gushing - it's so much more fun writing about a stinker. Ragnarok is definitely no stinker. But then I saw the deleted scene that was released this week in anticipation of the DVD release. Jeff Goldblum's Grandmaster has a holographic, Anime-style tentacle orgy - I was robbed.

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We hadn't seen either for the first two Thor film in the theater, but the trailers made it look much too fun to miss. Thor and The Dark World were very serious - very nearly humorless. Ragnarok, on the other hand, had hardly a serious moment. There were as few, but they were scarce, yet well-placed. It makes me worried about Infinity this was the last comedic relief before being utterly gutted.

I've been fairly ambivalent towards Cate Blanchett across her career. Having seen Elizabeth, I've great respect for her talents, but she rarely picks projects I'm likely to watch. She was AMAZING as Hela - I loved her...But the real scene stealer was Goldblum as The Grandmaster. He was a joyful perv, so rare and so fun. There was not nearly enough Grandmaster.

I don't know if this is still a spoiler, but getting to see Loki as Loki and a Hemsworth as a Hemsworth was super cute.

Hmmmm...what else...Thor's new hair is kinda cute. Valkyrie was pretty kick ass, but not as kick ass as big baller Hulk. I want more Big Baller Hulk. I can't wait for it to hit cable, so I can watch it every day.

On a side note, my ringtone has been 'The Immigrant Song' since we saw it. It just feel so epic, even if it's just a telemarketer, claiming I won a free cruise.

"I don't hang with the Avengers anymore. It all got too corporate." - Thor (Chris Hemsworth)