103: Thor: Ragnarok

Richard and David got to watch Thor: Ragnarok this week, and went almost directly from the theater to the microphones. We talked about the difference in feel for this movie when compared with the other Thor films, the music and filmmaking choices as well as the particularly interesting cast, and more.

Then we got into some of the meat that exists in this story; the idea of the church being a people rather than a place, the concept of the God of the Bible seeming to change when looked at in the Old Testament vs the New, and more. 

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2 replies »

  1. Haven’t seen it yet (obviously), but transforming Thor into a light-hearted hero … any potential answer to DC movies turning Aquaman into a Teddy Brosevelt? I enjoyed this movie, but it seemed to recreate Thor. Its the “Red Heat” of Marvel movies. …love the website and the podcasts!


  2. Best movie I’ve seen for a very long time because most movies today are copies, boring and pathetic. Sit back and relax for a good time. If I had any complaints at all which is not a big deal I thought Tessa Thompson should not be in the movie. Feels more like a miscast, has a big part of the film, and cheesy. I think someone else could of done a way better job but it’s not a big deal.


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