Thor: Ragnarok

Thor: Ragnarok

By Taika Waititi

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release Date: 2017-10-24
  • Advisory Rating: 12
  • Runtime: 2h 10min
  • Director: Taika Waititi
  • Production Company: Marvel Studios
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: GBP 9.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: GBP 3.49
From 5,025 Ratings


In Marvel Studios’ Thor: Ragnarok, Thor is imprisoned on the other side of the universe without his mighty hammer and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok – the destruction of his home world and the end of Asgardian civilization at the hands of an all-powerful new threat, the ruthless Hela. But first he must survive a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against his former ally and fellow Avenger – the Incredible Hulk!



  • Thor: Ragnarok runs comedy riot.

    By Jak Luke Sharp
    Watiti’s Thor: Ragnarok isn’t the subverted masterpiece that Mangold’s Logan is, nor is as dark and forthcoming as Nolan’s The Dark Night, but what it does is completely except the ridiculousness and over the top nature the source material is and embraces it. In a world where money matters, Marvel put in high stakes and the gamble luckily payed off, for a number of reasons. Firstly; the market is saturated. No what excuse and defence you can argue with, the market is completely flooded with dark and gloomy comic book movies, this is why the subversion is in full swing. And ultimately this is why Watiti’s film prospers. The humour and character indulgence is fabulous. So rich in lore, and while respectiving the material, it knows when to bend the rule of thumb that is Marvel.
  • Ragnarok

    By Renegade Master
    Saw this movie - at the movies. Without giving the story away... It is: - not what I was expecting - witty - well cast + well played - not just awesome special effects but a thoroughly entertaining good saga of an adventure !!!
  • Mr

    By Mezzer_3
    The best yet. The best Thor film yet. The best Marvel film yet. The best action film yet? Quite possibly. If your sides don't split whilst watching Thor Ragnarok, and if you don't rewind the film to rewatch the most epic scenes... are you really watching this film? The answer is probably not, as this film is so undeniably funny that it all its viewers are likely to want to watch it again.
  • Really Silly

    By Nomadman2k
    The Avengers and spinoffs are hugely entertaining, however this one seems to have gone for the completely ridiculous and silly plot line. Shame this couldn’t have been better thought through and be less of a CGI and comedy caper. And yet again we are subjected to the Lady Galadriel’s terrible over the top hammy acting (at times you could close your eyes and imagine being in Mordor with some hobbits). Try harder next time
  • Excruiatingly bad

    By Jaguar's eye
    If you enjoyed the first two Thor movies, as I did, walk away now, because the character dies a death of a thousand bad jokes. Cate Blanchet makes a good villian, but Jeff Goldblum is Jeff Goldblum again. The real villain of the piece is the scriptwriter, who should be banned for life from ever using a keyboard again. It makes everbody sound miscast. It's so bad I'm actually angry, as there is no way I could watch Thor 4 after this mess unless Marvel get back on track.
  • Love

    By DJJakeSongz
  • Slapstick

    By 1122ww
    I really wanted to like this movie but increasingly the franchise appears to be leaning toward cheap gags and slapstick rather than concentrating on providing a credible and awesome alternate fantasy view of the universe and universal conflicts. As CGI improves so the script appears to whither and die. CGI is great guys but please why does this mean we also have to endure lousy scripts and poorly cast characters - Valkerie just a poor, poor casting decision.
  • Humorously amusing?.... not really.

    By Asharnanae
    Three stars says it all really... it's ok. And it is. But I found there are too many things that just rankle when watching this, and it detracts heavily from the storytelling and emotion. The shoddy humour is the biggest of these, it overwhelms. But I also dislike the music, which jars against the sequences, and lastly the multitude of plot contrivances. It's very much a 'remove brain before watching' type of film, and ended up being mildly annoying, rather than enjoyable.
  • Oh no...

    By GAC_CAG
    Very rarely are my expectations of a film so out of sync. Let me start by saying this is a lot different to all the other Marvel movies simply because this a self indulgent, self reflective, fatuious Carry On Space movie - except the jokes ARE NOT funny in the slightest. Some great actors in this film that should be ashamed to put their names to it. I approach Marvel now with caution if this is where the franchise is going.
  • I really liked this

    By u307spw3
    I was in a pretty low mood and this cheered me up. Thouroughly enjoyable and well worth the £3.50 I spent on it.