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bd2999

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skrayper

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Subj: Re: Ragnarok just keeps' bringing in money.
Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 at 09:38:31 am EST (Viewed 127 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Ragnarok just keeps' bringing in money.
Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 at 09:19:26 am EST (Viewed 222 times)

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    While Thor Ragnarok continues to bring in money, it is not as good as some of the other films, despite its critical acceptance. It did crush Justice League, but let's face it, Justice League just wasn't that good, at least according to the critics.
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    For whatever reason, Jmangi continues to crush the box office, despite the leas than stellar critical acclaim. I wasn't crazy about Guardians 2, but it still did better at the domestic box office. Granted, neither Thor Ragnarok, Black Panther, nor Guardians had any real competition as did Thor Ragnarok. Justice League did take some of Thor's box office as did Star Wars.


"It is not as good as some other films"

Pretty sure you could say this about EVERY other movie. Even those considered the greatest has at least some people who would say it isn't as good as other films.

Ragnarok was popular with critics and fans, is one of the highest rated Marvel movies to date, and is BY FAR the best Thor film. You could even argue it is also the best Hulk film, if you want to grant him co-star status.

I would say it and the first Thor are probably the best, but I did enjoy Ragnarok a bit more in terms of depiction. They could have toned down the comedy a bit but it was pretty good.

I think the thing to keep in mind is that the movie did very well. And critical response does not really always translate into box office returns. It is nice to have though.




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