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THOR: RAGNAROK [Blu-ray] (Bilingual)
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- Aspect Ratio : 2.40:1
- Language : English
- Parcel Dimensions : 17 x 13.2 x 1 cm; 80 Grams
- Director : Taika Waititi
- Media Format : NTSC, Subtitled
- Run time : 2 hours and 10 minutes
- Release date : March 6 2018
- Actors : Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum
- Dubbed: : French, Spanish
- Language : English (Dolby Digital 2.0), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (Dolby Digital 7.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Studio : MARVEL
- ASIN : B07895XF56
- Country of origin : USA
- Writers : Eric Pearson, Craig Kyle, Christopher L. Yost
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,951 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
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In Marvel Studios' THOR: RAGNAROK, Thor, imprisoned on the other side of the universe, must race against time to stop Ragnarok -- the destruction of his world and the end of Asgardian civilization at the hands of the ruthless Hela. Plays in English, French and Spanish
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Now I own all Thor movies and all The Avengers, I'm longing for the Doctor Strange sequel and the second part of the last Avengers and I'm intending as well to get all of the other characters movies soon.
Hela is deliciously wonderfully wicked here....
Hela is great here. The whole film from angles and clouds seems like an homage to the old 70s or maybe 80s comics look that got my wallet vote over the other guys.
Finally the incredibly boring Jane is no longer in the picture and more time can be spent on developing Thor and Loki's relationship with each other and with their father and even Thor's relationship with the Hulk/ Bruce Banner.
I also love how funny this film is at times and their amazing battle sequences! Oh yes and also Valkyrie. She's really cool!
I basically bought this as backup in case the movie gets (temporarily) removed from any streaming platforms and I want to watch it. Two discs included, one Blu-ray, one DVD and each has English or French options. Good stuff.
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I liked the previous two Thor films but this one really tops those. A fantastic end to the Thor solo stories, although I think Hemsworth would keep playing the heroe as long as they keep writing great films like this.
The film is fast paced, action packed with lots of light humour. One of the more memorable moments being the gladiatorial clash between the Mighty Thor and Incredible Hulk
In my view Thor Ragnorak is one of the stronger Marvel adaptations and certainly the strongest Thor movie, a must see for all marvel fans!!
The story is fun with little nuance, and Blanchett inhabits Hela without camp, if walking around with an antler headdress can be anything but camp, she accomplishes it. As the Grandmaster, Jeff Goldblum definitely is CAMP and appropriately so. Chris Hemsworth looses a bit of his staunchness and we see a more human side to the Norse god. This is also true for Idris Elba's Heimdel, who gets to do more than stand guard at the gate.
Very minor spoiler alert - we even get a play within the film with Luke Hemsworth playing Thor and Sam Neil as Odin, a fun doppelgänger situation.
Don't expect Shakespeare, let go and have a fun ride - worth every star !
I didn't think this would be my type of film and I'm tiring of all the "me too" super hero films coming out. How wrong I was! A brilliant mash up of heroes, villains, mythology, sci-fi, dark humour and outright laughs. This is no comedy but some of the quips are brilliant. Texas had me giggling like a schoolboy.
This is one of those "turn your brain off and let it happen" films and I was engaged for every second. Not only thoroughly entertaining but also a masterclass in how 3D should be done. We can't let this format slip away when it can be this good. I love 4K, but spacial effects are a completely different type of "Wow!". Just look at the VR boom - that's not going to slip away.
If you're a Game of Thrones fan you might have moments of deja vu watching this. Nothing overtly ripped off, I just had moments of familiarity - not a bad thing at all. Some of the battle scenes were as epic as any GOT scene, albeit without the nudity and gore.
Audio rarely gets a mention - it was really good. Everything from Led Zeppelin to 80s synth, great Dolby 7.1/DTS-HD 7.1 surround sound, voices never drowned out by ridiculously loud background music. I rarely needed to adjust the volume for "good neighbour" purposes. To quote thesoundarchitect web site:
"Overall, Thor: Ragnarok was a fantastic film and Taika Waititi has really set the standard for how a Marvel film should be. The casting was fantastic, and the story had all the necessary peaks and troughs to qualify as a superhero movie, whilst never verging on being too serious. The audio progressed and evolved in perfect sync with the plot points. It ensured it was always there to provide glue or enhance dynamic where it was needed, and had a killer soundtrack to boot."
I don't know what Taika did exactly, but please do it again.
Upscaled from a 2K digital intermediate, the 4K/UHD BR of Thor Ragnarok offers a noticeable improvement over its 1080p Blu-Ray counterpart, but isn't top tier on sheer pixel performance. There is enough detail to satisfy, but it doesn't grant that "Holy balls!" factor that a true 4K/UHD scan could offer.
However, when the 4K/UHD upscale is combined with the excellent HDR (HDR-10) implementation and delivery, the imagery throughout the movie is pure eye-pleasure. From inky blacks to startlingly blinding cracks of lightning, all the way to deep, numerous shades of reds, oranges and yellows which make up raging fires, the HDR performance makes this movie gorgeous.
Where the HDR performance is a raging fire, the audio delivery is more of a smouldering fire.. Although the 4K/UHD BR offers a Dolby Atmos audio certification, Thor Ragnarok lacks that rich low end that good sound systems can deliver, meaning that whilst perfectly adequate for most, audio files might feel unsatisfied when expecting that immensely 'meaty' audio to match the visuals.