The third Thor movie (and seventeenth Marvel Cinematic Universe Movie) takes the God of Thunder (Chris Hemsworth) further afield than ever before, as he has to defend Asgard from not one, but two villains intent on conquering his home world.
To make matters worse, one of these villains also happens to be his sister Hela (Cate Blanchett), who re-appears only to destroy Mjolnir and banish Thor to a scrapheap planet on the outer edges of the universe.
On this planet, Thor encounters a colourful but psychotic ruler with a penchant for gladiatorial combat, an alcoholic Asgardian called Valkyrie, his mischievous brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) a particularly strong and perpetually angry Avenger, and a talking pile of rocks.
Lost in space and weakened by the loss of Mjolnir, Thor must make his way back to Asgard in time to prevent its destruction, and somehow find the strength to defeat Hela without his trusty hammer.
'Thor: Ragnarok' is probably the funniest of all the Marvel movies so far. Director Taika Watiti brings a lot of fun and color to the universe with this movie, and there are lots of cameos from his New Zealand comedy chums. Definitely give this movie a watch. Currently, you can find Thor: Ragnarok streaming on Disney Plus, and you can buy or rent the movie to watch online with Google Play & more. IMDB information.
This has to be the most fun Marvel film from any of the recent 'Phases', it is highly entertaining. I really enjoyed that it wasn't serious yet didn't lose anything by doing so, it was just a great film that delivered. Here is the streaming information:
You can currently stream Thor Ragnarok on Disney Plus with a 7-day free trial. You can also stream the movie with tbs and SlingTV. If we find more streaming options for this movie then we'll update this page.
If you don't have a Disney Plus subscription or access to SlingTV/tbs then you can buy or rent Thor Ragnarok to watch online via digital platforms such as Prime Video, Google Play, iTunes, FandangoNOW and Youtube. It'll cost you as little as $3.99 to rent the movie and $19.99 to buy the movie.