Hey guys! The end is already in sight. Only two more films to watch after this before we can tackle Avengers: Endgame. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Today we talk about Ragnarok, the final Thor solo movie (so far)!
Siblings can be such a pain in the ass! Thor already has his hands full with Loki when another “blast from the past” enters the picture…
After the second Thor movie was a bit of a miss for me, I dialed my hopes for Ragnarok down. Turns out, the film was actually a pleasant surprise!
Thor Ragnarok is one of the funniest MCU films so far. The humor is absolutely great and many of the introduced characters are hilarious (e.g. Jeff Goldblum’s character. The banter between Thor and Loki is off the humor charts. You might remember the “We need help” scenes, which had me in tears from laughing too hard.
Hello, hello! Welcome to another Thor movie review! We made it to the second of a total of three Thor solo films. Let’s take a look at The Dark World!
While Thor is still dealing with the aftermath of the first Avengers film’s events, Loki is rotting in jail. Things are going rather swell in Asgard when Thor love Jane Foster gets infected by the Aether and the end of all nine worlds seems imminent.
Well, I’m not in love with this one. As was the case with Iron Man 2, I think the second film in the Thor franchise is also the weakest one.
I wasn’t really intrigued by the story. To be honest, the only character I actually cared for in this film was Loki. And there’s not much of him in The Dark World.
Although I think that her character is really kick-ass, I just couldn’t be bothered to be interested in Natalie Portman’s storyline.
I recently finished Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. So I’m ready to dive into a series. What better choice would there be than Rick Riordan’s latest take on the Norse Gods?
Goodreads Cover – The Sword of Summer
Magnus Chase is your regular teenager. Except for the fact that he is homeless. And the son of Frey, a God. Oh, and he’s dead.
Well, Magnus had no idea that his life was about to change completely but it turns out, being that isn’t that bad. At least not when you made it to Valhalla, a place where worthy warriors get to wait and train for Ragnarok.
But before Magnus can make himself comfortable he has to go on a quest to retrieve the Sword of Summer and prevent Ragnarok from happening, well, next week…
As you know, I completely devoured Rick Riordan’s book on the Greek Gods. So I was super excited to check out his latest series on the Norse Gods. Continue reading →