Discussion in 'Thor: Ragnarok' started by Thread Manager, Nov 3, 2017.
I think you're really just jealous that Hela touched me. I may have been broken but... worth it.
Thanos in A4: Look how much death I brought you, my love!
What was Portman's thoughts about Ragnarok?
Very insightful interview.
There was one particular scene in Ragnarok where Hela makes the ceiling collapse. When Thor walks by the debris he sees a panel with his face on the ground which at first glance it kind of looked like Jesus... I wonder if that was nod to Taika Waititi's previous movie, Hunt For The Wilderpeople, and the priest/"Jesus" scene...
I keep finding Ragnarok to be the most rewatchable of all Marvel Studios films so far, for me.
Definitely one of them for me.
It's still my favourite Marvel movie ever, and it's pretty much become my go-to feel good movie. Had a ****ty, stressful day? Where's my Ragnarok blu-ray? Even just watching the blu-ray extras makes me feel good. Thank you Mr Waititi, you absolute nutcase.
Yes, totally. Ragnarok captures certain impalpable joy I used to have when I was a kid watching a movie I loved over and over again. For some reason every scene has something to enjoy, so you just keep watching and watching.
How did i miss this? Great stuff.
Look who it is! Glad to see you're still around these parts
"I HAVE BEEN FALLING... FOR THIRTY MINUTES!" will never not be funny.
Hey jaqua! I'm still about every now and then, just busy most of the time unfortunately.
It’s the way he says it.
Yep, great line delivery by Hiddlestone and seeing Loki being served up a big slice of humble pie is always highly amusing.
I would love to get hold of a video of that entire 30 minutes and watch his face get gradually more pissed off.
Today i rewatched Ragnarok for like the 8 or 9th time. It went by like a breeze of fresh air. It’s easily the most rewatchable MCU movie in my book.
So much great stuff. The pacing is on point, the amount of imagination and inventiveness put into every scene, every moment and nuance is just incredible. There are so many small details that tell a story and enrich the scenes, like things happening in the background, reaction to dialog...
There’s so much care and attention put into so much of it. It’s still very much a multilayered, creative, funny, beautiful and rewarding experience. Totally deserves the praise it got.
Yes, it's one of those films I'll be able to continually rewatch.
Spoilers for Avengers: End Game.
I want her to stick around and cause way more trouble.
Dunno exactly, but I did find this post on her official Instagram account where she praises Tessa Thompson (her Annihilation co-star) for her performance in it:
So I assume she liked it.
THOR RAGNAROK Poster by Matheuss Berant
Fandango users voted Cate as Hela as their favourite female supervillain performance. She ranked above the likes of Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn and Michelle Pfeiffer's Catwoman:
WONDER WOMAN Tops Fandango Female Superheroes Poll, 95% of Users Want More
See, Feige? Please bring her back! It's a real shame that Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie isn't in the list of favourite female superheroes, she should be.