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Perfectly acceptable as an action movie but inspired as a comedy--which is probably where the Thor franchise should have been aiming from the start.
Thor (2011) - Rotten Tomatoes
Anyway, this means Thanos " arrange[s] for himself to defeated " because deep down he knows he doesn't deserve to win. It's the same reason he can't maintain an erection.
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Thor: Ragnarok, which also stars Cate Blanchett, Tessa Thompson, Tom Hiddleston, Idris Elba, Karl Urban, and Anthony Hopkins, is the third standalone movie for the titular superhero played by Hemsworth. Since we last saw him, he has been imprisoned on the other side of the universe without his mighty hammer and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard and stop Ragnarok the destruction of his homeworld and the end of Asgardian civilization at the hands of Hela, an all-powerful new threat. The movie opens in theaters on November 8.
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The film opens with Thor trapped in a cage, hanging in Muspelheim , the world of fire (which appeared briefly in Thor: The Dark World ), at the seeming mercy of Surtur , the fire demon prophesied to bring about Ragnarok , the end of the gods. Like other aspects of Thor’s world, Surtur is from classic Norse mythology , and he’s been part of the Marvel Universe (MU) since the beginning, appearing way back in Journey Into Mystery #97 in 6968. He’s a fiery dude with massive horns and a hankering for destroying the universe. Unlike his movie counterpart, Surtur has never been one Thor could defeat easily or single-handedly.
Thor then meets Doctor Strange , who uses his Slingring to toy with Loki. It’s funny, the cameo in Doctor Strange implied he’d have a big role in this movie, but the re-cut scene of the two heroes meeting meant the good doctor would only appear in one scene.
So her powers are more or less the same as Superman's, minus the vulnerability to kryptonite (since she comes from a different version of planet Krypton). Surely the writers have made up for that power imbalance in a way that makes sense. Right?
Can I just say it’s amazing that they used Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song” as Thor’s fight song in this film? Not since Black Sabbath’s “I am Iron Man” has a song so perfectly matched a hero. The guys behind Led Zeppelin were big fans of Norse mythology and the Lord of the Rings, often making references to gods and monsters in their lyrics.
The rivalry between Jimmy Kimmel and Matt Damon seems to be alive and well based on tonight 8767 s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live which featured the cast and director of Thor: Ragnarok. Actors Chris Hemsworth and Mark Ruffalo along with director Taika Waititi thought that they were going to have a nice interview with Kimmel, but all was ruined when Damon decided to show up.
Because Thor is forced to make do without his hammer, he takes a couple of nice swords and a very large mace into battle. This mace bears a striking resemblance to the adamantine mace used by Hercules, the Greek legend and Marvel hero. In one particularly fun story, Thor and Herc were forced to trade places, and while they kept their own weapons, the cudgels were mystically disguised so Herc could appear to use Mjolnir while Thor pretended to use the Golden Mace.
We have to question the effectiveness of any superhero who can be knocked down with something as simple as a tree branch. In the same comic, she explains that she's vulnerable to "any raw, unprocessed natural material," which would presumably include things like water, dirt or, you know, air . She can stop a bullet, but throw a rock at her face and she's dead. Basically, the whole planet Earth is "earthonite" to her.More pictures on the theme «Thor hammer cartoon tooth».