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Thor: Ragnarok [2017]

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Thor (Chris Hemsworth) undertakes a mission to save his planet and his people from certain destruction with many distractions and enemies, and that includes members of his own family. Also with Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum, Tessa Thompson, Karl Urban, Mark Ruffalo, Anthony Hopkins and Benedict Cumberbatch. Directed by Taika Waititi. [2:10]

 

DUELING CRITICS

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"It’s a movie that, to put it in terms that the film’s screenwriters might appreciate, is Thor-ly needed. "

- Michael O'Sullivan

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"While it's not saying much, 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."

- Peter Debruge



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CRITICAL CONSENSUS

Michael O'Sullivan | Washington Post
Bryan Bishop | The Verge
Rachel Webber | Total Film
Richard Roeper | Chicago Sun-Times
Jonathan L. Fischer | Slate
Ariel Scotti | New York Daily News
Bill Goodykoontz | Arizona Republic
Bilge Ebiri | Village Voice
Alex Abad-Santos | Vox
David Edelstein | New York Magazine
Phil de Semlyen | Time Out New York
Kevin Harley | Total Film
Tim Grierson | Screen International
Joe Walsh | CineVue
Robbie Collin | The Telegraph
Sheri Linden | The Hollywood Reporter
James Dyer | Empire
Kimberley Jones | Austin Chronicle
Alonso Duralde | TheWrap
Jim Vejvoda | IGN
Sara Stewart | New York Post
Barry Hertz | The Globe and Mail
Calvin Wilson | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Michael Phillips | Chicago Tribune
Mick LaSalle | San Francisco Chronicle
Tampa Bay TimesSteve Persall
Moira Macdonald | The Seattle Times
Peter Travers | Rolling Stone
Brian Truitt | USA Today
Chris Nashawaty | Entertainment Weekly
Manohla Dargis | The New York Times
James Berardinelli | ReelViews
Tom Russo | Boston Globe
Eric Henderson | Slant Magazine
Steve Rose  | The Guardian
Stephanie Zacharek | Time
Peter Debruge | Variety






































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