Thor: Ragnarok meta review: Chris Hemsworth enthralls the critics with his magnetic superhero avatar

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Thor: Ragnarok Has Met With Rave Reviews From All The Critics

After Thor and Thor: The Dark World, Chris Hemsworth is back as the god of thunder in Thor: Ragnarok. The trailer of the film received a thunderous response from the audience and with the meaty characters of Loki and Hulk, the excitement for the film has reached to another level. With the film is still awaiting for its release, Thor: Ragnarok has met with rave reviews from all the critics, where the film has released. They hailed film’s writing, characterization, VFX and dialogues and above all Taika Waititi’s direction, who made his Hollywood debut with this superhero flick.

Marykate Jasper from lauded the film for its perfect blend of epic and signature humor of the director. She gave 4/5 stars and said, “Thor: Ragnarok is an exuberantly weird film. From its baldly preposterous plot to its colorful settings to director Taika Waititi’s signature humor, Ragnarok has way more character than any corporate, third-in-a-series superhero movie has the right to. I laughed and grinned my way through pretty much the entire second act, and no other Thor movie has captured and celebrated the character’s ridiculous mix of epic and absurd this well. It is a joy of a fantasy/sci-fi comedy that sees precisely how ridiculous the Asgard corner of the Marvel universe is – and leans the heck into it. Go see it!

Peter Debruge from hailed the Taika Waititi’s direction and wrote, “Thor: Ragnarok’ is easily the best of the three Thor movies — or maybe I just think so because its screenwriters and I finally seem to agree on one thing: The Thor movies are preposterous…Irreverent almost to the point of camp, that approach fits comfortably within the wheelhouse of Kiwi director Taika Waititi.”

Nicholas Barber from BBC wrote it is the best film from the Thor franchise, “Undoubtedly the best of the character’s three films, it’s more confident than the others, more kaleidoscopically colourful, and more eye-catching in its design. It has more coherent fight sequences and more impressive digital effects than its predecessors did”.

Jim Vejvoda from IGN wrote, ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ is a goofy, kitschy- but- fun romp and the most purely entertaining of the three Thor movies, marked by its distinctive designs, ’80s synth score, and assemblage of spirited characters. It’s carried by the excellent chemistry between Thor, Hulk, and Valkyrie, who give humanity to a visual effects-heavy spectacle that finally makes good on Thor’s title of God of Thunder.”

Rolling Stone’s Peter Travers gave 3/4 stars and wrote, “Director Taika Waititi turns latest solo Avenger joint into a hilarious buddy comedy, a cosmic romp and one of Marvel’s best movies”.

The film releases in India on November 3.

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