Thor: Ragnarok is a hit movie on its first day

@Deepizzaguy (13822)
Lake Charles, Louisiana
November 4, 2017 6:23pm CST
To no one's surprise the latest movie of the Thor movie series called "Thor: Ragnarok" scored high on the fans and critics movie list with the Thursday movie report of making $46 million dollars in the North American market. The latest "Thor: Ragnarok" is basically a lighter version of the previous Thor movies "Thor" which came out in 2011 and "Thor: The Dark World" which came in 2013. The catch is "Thor: Ragnarok" or I call it with my satire wit "Thor: Rock And Roll" will be facing competition from "Justice League" which opens in two weeks and the animated movie named "Coco" which opens in theaters on November 22, 2017.
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@JohnRoberts (60126)
• Los Angeles, California
5 Nov
This is a hot and yet it sounds lousier than the first two.
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@Deepizzaguy (13822)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
5 Nov
Marvel movies of the super heroes are overrated in my opinion.
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@ilocosboy (34407)
• Philippines
4 Nov
So many good movies again on the roll, wow... can't wait to watch it.
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@Deepizzaguy (13822)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
4 Nov
The fans and critics liked the lighter Thor movie.
@ilocosboy (34407)
• Philippines
4 Nov
and that includes me.
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@just4him (120567)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
5 Nov
There are a lot of comic book movies coming out lately.
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@Deepizzaguy (13822)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
6 Nov
Comic book super hero movies are the "in" thing today. I know it will snow in Lake Charles in the summer before a live action "Wordgirl" movie is made.
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4 Nov
Marvel mostly bests DC. You have me anxious to see this new marvel release now.
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@hereandthere (31923)
• Philippines
5 Nov
my sisters watched it the other day and liked it
@miketagz (7494)
• Philippines
5 Nov
I wish I can watch the full show in cinema.