I guess that was quite the large coffee.
Anyhoo… this movie was hilarious. Also, great action. Also, far superior to both previous Thor movies, 3 Iron Man movies, 1 Avengers movie, Ant-man and probably even Dr. Strange. I’d actually put it in my Top 5 Marvel Studios movies list.
My only real complaint about the entire movie was that it seemed every actor was trying to be funnier than the others. I know many scenes were done as written in the script and then redone with ad-libs (as requested by the actors) and you can tell many of the ad-libs made it into the movie (especially Goldblum’s). This was a positive thing, but one character in particular shouldn’t have been trying to be funny and that’s Hela. Some of her jokes seemed out-of-character. But that’s a very minor quibble, because I laughed throughout the entire film.
This section might be spoilerish:
The reason I like it so much is that it was like watching 2 separate movies—a traditional Marvel movie like Cap’n Merica or Iron Man (Asgard scenes) and their funnier brethren like Guardians (planet Goldblum scenes) and then the 2 combined at the end in an epic finale.
It’s a taster of what Avengers: Infinity War will be like when the Guardians meet the Avengers. Yes, there are funny lines and scenes in Avengers movies, but nothing as slapstick as Guardians 1 or 2, so seeing those two collide will be quite fun. And this movie showed how to do it.
It also made Thor a better character. And since we can’t have any more Hulk stand-alone movies, this worked for that as well.
123 Hulk Smashes out of 130 Thor’s Hammers
They also sum it up nicely (I agree mainly with Greg and Nick):