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Thought-provoking, timely, well-acted and very well made.
A very well-crafted origin story, with an intriguing protagonist and a few twists along the way. It's a very good start to a new franchise for the Captain.
I watched this again this week and it is still as funny and profound as the first time I saw it in the theater. Because of all the laughs it could be easy to miss the nuances and overall arc for some of the characters but Ragnarok is the perfect end of the Thor trilogy. It has him come full circle back to him home at a time when defining home and self are crucial. Thor was once an arrogant braggart who sought thrills above all else and over the course of his three films (despite the random quality) he has revealed himself to truly be an insecure child in the body of a man trying to find himself and his purpose.
This film has him do just that, thanks to the antagonist and the help of a few family and friends. The ending was truly remarkable and the sentiments behind it are very timely. Whatever is in store for Thor and the Asgardians a valuable lesson was learned. One I've heard echoed before long ago...
"China is in the heart, Jack. Where ever I go she's with me."
Easily Marvel's best film. Black Panther represents what can happen when you use the comic book genre for more than just a battle with a generic villain bent on destroying or ruling the world. The actors are fantastic and with a film full of characters none feel two-dimensional. The director adeptly juggles the characters so that each one feels defined in spite of the limits of time. This film is groundbreaking on so many levels and marks a milestone for Marvel. The love those who created this film had for the material shines through in every minute of the film.