Thor: Ragnarok solves a problem that has been plaguing Marvel’s cinematic version of the Thunder God from the start. Even when the Avengers worked it out, the standalone Thor films lagged behind, and we were beginning to worry that it would never happen. Thankfully, Ragnarok is here, and with it, they finally realised that everything about Thor – from the concept to the world he inhabits – is slightly ridiculous.
To say that Ghostbusters has had pressure placed on its shoulders is a bit of an understatement. If it fails it sadly gives a particular sub-section of the internet all the more reason to spill their bile-filled views. While it would be harsh to blame Paul Feig for that if it were to happen, it is hard not to root for this most reviled of films.
Marvel’s cinematic universe has taken on a life of it’s own and has introduced a whole new world of people to the fantastic comic books which have long captivated people across the world. The latest entry to the canon comes in the shape of Thor: The Dark World the follow up to Thor and the third appearance of Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddlestone as the quarrelsome Asgardian brothers Thor and Loki.