For a lighthearted superhero movie, it is excellent. Thor is no longer just another Hulk with a hammer. He has to use his brain, and for a person not used to do that, I think he quite outdid himself.
Thor: Ragnarok is up there as one of my favourites in the MCU. This is one of the funniest movies in the MCU, and despite being the 17th movie in the series, it shows no signs of getting old. This is a fun adventure, with great visuals and a blend of action and comedy to keep you invested. This movie also introduces new characters who are now in my favourite characters of the franchise, specifically Valkyrie, Korg and the Grandmaster.
Grandmaster: Revolution? How did this happen?
Topaz: Don't know. But the arena's mainframe for the Obedience Disks have been deactivated and the slaves have armed themselves.
Grandmaster: Ooh, ah, I don't like that word.
Topaz: Which? Mainframe?
Grandmaster: No. Why would I not like mainframe? No, the "S" word, the "S" word.
Topaz: Sorry, the prisoners with jobs have armed themselves.
Grandmaster: [Smiles] OK, that's better.
Question: Has anyone counted how many rounds Skurge fires near the end? They seem like regular M16's with only a 30-round magazine in them, and it seems like he shot off more than 60 total rounds. Plus he said he got them from Texas, so it's not like they were enchanted Asgardian weapons. Or do the comics mention anything about earth bound weapons gaining some sort of extended/unlimited ammo capacity that this scene is a nod to?
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