WARNING SPOILER! Alright, so some people may hate this movie, and think It's a joke compared to the other movies or that it was to unrealistic. I would like to agree with the unrealistic part, but at the same time we're talking about a dude who can fly thanks to a magic lightning hammer... It's not supposed to be realistic. People who complained about Bruce Banner not being in the movie enough or that the ending didn't serve him well should #1 look at the title, It's not called Thor and Hulk are Space Buddies for Life, and #2 should rewatch the entire movie, and pay attention this time because Hulk was a main character. I believe this is far better than the first two as Chris Hemsworth actually had a comedic side portraying Thor (which is far more entertaining than the dude who always sounds like he's unhappy, and just seems so meh with everything). The story was actually really good and had real conflict toward Thor and his gang of likeable super heroes. Hella was a convincing threat, Loki actually seemed human, Stan Lee had his Cameo moment, and Hulk still had his signature charm. Also the post credit scene with the guardians of the galaxy sets up Infinity War very well. This is personal opinion, and if you disagree that's your choice. However, take your time... and don't knock it before you watch it
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All in all a pretty good movie, but not without shortcomings. First off, the story doesn't fully follow the comics, but then most Marvel movies don't so I give it a pass there. No, where I have to dock it a star is in the cgi. They have proven in the past that they can do better than this, and as such it is a bit of a disappointment. You are supposed to improve, not regress. Step back up to the plate guys.
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Not what I was expecting. Guardians of the galaxy-esque humor was very...
simple, no substance to the jokes. Overall the movie was good, a nice one
to watch if you dont want to think about much. Did not feel like an
Avengers, a side from a couple candids of the infinity stone and the
typical Stan Lee cut-in. Thor always seemed like a serious "Still trying to
accept my role as heir to Asgard" plot mechanic, but with so much going on
here this one needs to be taken at face value.