Only a couple of weeks late. So, I once again am super late in reviewing a movie. Whatever. It's like almost, I'm a really busy person and I don't got a lot of time to go out to movies, as of late. No, that's probably not it. The reason I didn't see it was clearly because I'm just such a DC fanboy. Oh boy, do I love DC! It's the best.
I don't know. Try not to be mean. It's not that I'm in love with Marvel. I like those movies. I don't really seen a bad one of them. I even like the ones that other people aren't fans of I think the first Captain America movie and Iron Man 3 are both underrated films But we're not here to talk about that. We're here to talk about Thor Ragnarok.
Now this was a fun movie. Uber, uber, uber duper love it. Love it. Will at some point have all of, each of the framings of the film tattooed on my body, so that I can experience it every time I take a shower. And I just look down and I'm like, "Wow. There's Thor and Hulk fighting. There's the big giant wolf. Kate Beckinsale is just great." It's great.
It's a fun movie. I don't know if I would rather talk about the plot. So it's largely a drama about Thor and his brother reconciling after the death of their father. And they take a road trip, and Thor just meets a few of his old friends. Has a new possible love interest.
Loki decides that it's okay to feel affection towards his brother. And even though their adopted, they're the closest they're family. And ultimately, that's what's truly important in life.
And there's a few scenes that involve Jeff Goldblum and the Hulk and stuff like that. But the important stuff is the brother relationship and what it truly says about us. Us as people. I think that's the part everybody is going to focus on.
I did recommend I'm sure everybody was waiting for me to recommend my opinion on Thor Ragnarok. Truly the nation waits for me and my review of it.