Thor: Ragnarok – The PSST-Not-Quite-A-Movie-Review

Apocalypse. End of Days. Ragnarok. In Norse Mythology, it is a prophecy that every Asgardian fears, even by the God of Thunder. This is what Marvel fans been waiting for – Thor: Ragnarok, the third instalment in Marvel Studio’s Thor series.


In “Thor: The Dark World,” we have already come across the apocalypse and how Loki in his own way, helped prevent it and died from that effort as a hero. Or did he really die?

Thor: Ragnarok is a continuation of the story. We already had hints of bigger things facing the God of Thunder in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, with the quest he embarked on after that movie. This time, he is in for the epic battle of his existence as he tries to prevent the prophesied extinction of his home with the help of his “co-worker.” As Thor mourns the loss of his brother Loki, someone very close to him will be gone in their realm,  followed by the shocking appearance of an all-powerful threat, his ruthless sister, which signals the apocalyptic battle that follows after.


What happens next, alas, is for you to watch out for but is giving you hints with these five questions:

Who went on out-of-Earth road trip?

What happened to the Quinjet in The Avengers: Age of Ultron movie?

Do we get the chance to know another side of the Earth’s magical protector, another Marvel hero, who always seem to know when a baddie sets foot on Earth?

Who did what to someone’s crowning glory? Oh those golden locks!

What popular Norse mythology character plays a major role in this movie? we cannot imagine what Thor dreams of becoming when he was younger.

So prepare yourself for a thunderous wild ride with Thor: Ragnarok with the awesome Led Zepellin providing music for the background.

Knowing that it is a Marvel movie, the end credits will give the hint for the next Marvel movie. Will it be about the next Avengers movie Avengers: Infinity War?

Thor: Ragnarok stars Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddlestone, Cate Blanchett and many others. It is directed by Taika Waititi. It opens in cinemas nationwide this October 25, 2017.

Caitline Rosseci

Bibliophile. Anglophile. Lover of all thing British and Korean. Sucker for British Accent. Fangirl of Korean dramas, Liverpool, Cristiano Ronaldo, Rafa Nadal and Britney Spears. Would like to settle in Jeju or Frankfurt. Harry Potter fanatic.