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Title: THOR: RAGNAROK
Post by: Perry on April 10, 2017, 07:27:52 AM

Yesssss!!!!!
 :)


Title: Re: THOR: RAGNAROK
Post by: Jimmy T on April 10, 2017, 07:33:18 PM
That was pretty bitching!!


Title: Re: THOR: RAGNAROK
Post by: Jeff on April 11, 2017, 09:12:05 AM
That looks awesome.  I had to share it around the office and people are pumped.


Title: Re: THOR: RAGNAROK
Post by: Mitch on May 09, 2017, 09:35:46 AM
Saw the trailer the other night when I went to see Guardians.  Looks like this one is going to be a lot of fun.


Title: Re: THOR: RAGNAROK
Post by: Perry on July 23, 2017, 11:28:34 AM
And just in-case no-one saw this one (may have already been in the theaters)

May have to add this to the "excited about" thread
 :D



Title: Re: THOR: RAGNAROK
Post by: Jeff on November 03, 2017, 07:55:15 PM
The Thor movie ragna-ROCKS!

(Sorry couldn’t resist)  ;D


Title: Re: THOR: RAGNAROK
Post by: Jimmy T on November 10, 2017, 05:19:12 AM
Seeing it tonight (finally!) 7:00 pm, so looking forward to it!!


Title: Re: THOR: RAGNAROK
Post by: Jimmy T on November 11, 2017, 02:04:46 PM
I'm...blown away!

I've used the line that Thor got 'broke bad.' I'm not sure if that's the correct phrase to use, but it's true.

They broke Thor. And I enjoyed it. Immensely.

But it's not right. Is it? I don't know!! LOL

The movie was fun, funny as hell, silly as sh!t, really ridiculous, but true to Thor's identity.

This movie was not ANYTHING that I was truly expecting. I'm still not even sure what I just watched! I feel Marvel Studios just ...got broken by Thor. In all appearances prior, that Thor resembles nothing like this one. But this also allowed Chris Hemsworth to flex beyond a constrained, classic version of Thor as well. Was it too much? I think yes, but is it important? Perhaps. But the movie has weight. Oh, it has a complexity about choices for sure.

Thor and Loki? They've always made these movies, but even more so here. The situations they face as family, as enemies, and as allies were, well, everything that made them so important to the franchise. I could just watch them in an elevator and walking down a hallway for 2 hours alone.

Speaking of being, well, goofy, Hulk + Thor makes the best goofy buddy cop movie of all time. But I still struggle with feeling that this isn't a 'Thor' movie!! In the end, I guess I don't care. I wasn't insulted, I enjoyed the hell out of it, and it was made to entertain, show the heart of a hero, and make you believe in the good that can happen when the (First movie's) arrogance and hubris is tossed aside for the changes and decisions that move a character forward. Good job.

Just weird as hell though!



Title: Re: THOR: RAGNAROK
Post by: jedicow on November 20, 2017, 09:21:05 PM
I really liked this movie, but I must admit, I really would like to see the "classic" Thor who isn;t goofy, is very god-like and speaks with that Shakespearian Olde English speech pattern.


Title: Re: THOR: RAGNAROK
Post by: Perry on November 21, 2017, 02:54:44 PM
I really liked this movie, but I must admit, I really would like to see the "classic" Thor who isn;t goofy, is very god-like and speaks with that Shakespearian Olde English speech pattern.

Long hair, more stern than jovial (unless he is in a story featuring his younger self) and yes ... the Thee's and thou art's should be spewed.
 ;D
Just doesn't feel like "Thor" without those.

Sure, take away his hammer he is still Thor, but ... oh ... wait ...
 >:(


 ;D


Title: Re: THOR: RAGNAROK
Post by: Mitch on November 22, 2017, 03:45:56 PM
A little goofy in places but pretty fun to watch.  I liked that 80s retro vibe it had.


Title: Re: THOR: RAGNAROK
Post by: Rich on February 02, 2018, 09:07:33 AM
I LOVED this one.  My one complaint is they ruined the Hulk's entrance by advertising it.  Can you imagine the audience reaction if Hulk busts through the arena doors and nobody knew he was coming?  Same as Thor's, guaranteed.