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This is the flakiest Marvel movie so far. The plot is borderline ridiculous. Blanchett is wasted. Her total villain screen time is probably a half hour and it's a lot of her talking at the camera or fighting.That said, this movie rocks. It is just plain silly but in a good way. Super fun. Awesome cameos. Just plain hilarious.I highly recommend seeing this movie, uh, not sober.Finally, Jeff Goldblum is a God. Greatest casting decision ever made.
Although it was entertaining the MCU do not follow the individual characters true power statistics making the movie disheartening to true die hard marvel fans.
What is a "true power statistic"?
Ya the Valkyrie was a disappointment... little imp of a person.I enjoyed the movie but didn't like a fair bit about it.First thing, the comedy was nice but sometimes it was just breathing in my face and not necessary. There were times when it was too much like watching a sitcom (like some people have said). That was the worst.Did anyone notice the huge circular logic that made no sense? Thor kills Surtur, Hela can kill Thor, Surtur kills Hela. Huh? Another huge confusion... What happened to the Odinforce? Sorry but Thor could never best Odin without the force that became the Thorforce. Odin with it could stop Hela no problem, but somehow Thor who is now stronger than Odin can't do shit? RIGHT... Maybe one reason they are working it this way is to avoid Thor being that powerful when Thanos comes knocking, because Odin can bitch slap Thanos like he's a little polio child. Heimdall, WTF happened to this guy? In the first two movies he's regal and looks great. Also the only other Asgards as strong as him are Thor and Odin, generally speaking (not including Odinforce). Now he's a bit wimpy, and in a few years grew some nasty looking dreadlocks??????? ????? ? ? Thor vs. Hulk. Um, short of the Odinforce, Thor loses in anything but the weakest incarnations of Hulk in hand to hand combat. The Hulk can basically laugh off nuclear blasts at the level he's at, a little lightening would mean nothing. Early comics would always put Thor above Hulk, but he later became a force of nature embodying anger. At the Hulk's strongest he was well beyond Thor's hammer.
When you go to far, your movie falls on its own ass and you get cut down at the box office. That already happens... And yet when you pay attention to the comics you can turn a B movie into a huge box office hit (Deadpool).
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