“A King is the slave of his own deeds,
These deeds decide his realm’s feet;
Realm grows stronger with the King’s lead,
If his deeds become people’s creed.”
Oracles have always been a strong part of any mythological story. These stories contain conflict between good bother and the bad one. But when it is made in Marvel Studios, we come to know about God of Thunder, popularly known as Thor who deals with his corky brother, Loki. Thor has passed through the two phases of MCU. In this third phase, what director Taika Waititi has done in the land of Asgard is highly appreciable. “Thor: Ragnarok” has changed the tones of the main character with its chromatic touch of fun, action and dulcet humor. Moreover, it has never been this much fulgurant.
Chris Hemsworth owned his kingship as Thor. He has sharpened the character and became as good as he could be. By killing the Surtur, he destroyed the prophecy of Ragnarok. But out of the blue, queen of death named Hela (Cate Blanchett) came back to rule over Asgard. The scene where she destroys the Thor’s Hammer is really peculiar. Cate Blanchett as Hela is reverberant in her negative role. Tom Hiddleston as Loki has always been frustrating for Thor and he has played this role decently.
Thor’s journey led him to the planet of scraps where he meets the Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) in a deadly gladiatorial fight. Mark Ruffalo, as Hulk, is funny and certainly the best supporting character in the film. With the recruited members of Revengers, they try to save the Asgard from the despotism of Hela. Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) is one of the Revengers who wanted to take revenge on the queen of death. She is aggressive and the blast of action. During this whole journey, Thor reveals the true meaning of being as an Asgardian.
The best part of this latest Marvel feature is the inclusion of Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant” song with the thundering entry of Thor. Taika Waititi has delivered a perfect blend of dark comedy and suitable actions without scratching the immensity of its central character. “Thor: Ragnarok” contains a huge visual effect team. This is another great thing about the film as they have rendered the saga with their dazzling piece of work. Like “Guardians of the Galaxy”, this film is another fun-packed action venture, which is richer in terms of delivering an exciting cosmic experience with this third winning streak.
“Thor: Ragnarok” is another fruitful addition in the MCU. It expands the saga of Norse mythology with its vivid cosmic viability. The film is effectively crafted with possibly the funniest portrayal of its character and the praiseworthy plot line. Without being too much conventional, it is the brisk celebration of Thor franchise’s ascendancy. With its impressive final act, the film knocks down the genre clichés. On the whole, “Thor: Ragnarok” is a beautiful satire and certainly, it is the best one in this mythical trilogy.