With an all-impressive 92 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and four weeks into its theatrical run, Thor: Ragnarok has struck box office gold. The movie is well on-track to hit the $800 million mark in worldwide box office revenue – making it the third consecutive Marvel film to do so in 2017, alongside Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Spiderman: Homecoming.

Given how well the movie exemplifies the comic book, Ragnarok’s success comes as no surprise. However, much of the film’s financial success is attributed to its aforementioned critical reception.


Up-and-coming director Taika Waititi at the helm – his work includes What We Do in the Shadows and Hunt for the Wilderpeople – the latest entry in the Thor trilogy had high expectations, because fans sensed a radical shift tonally. The film has not only met, but also flown past those expectations. It has comfortably surpassed its predecessors, Thor (2011) and Thor: The Dark World (2013), which earned $449 million and $644 million respectively. These movies were marred by self-seriousness, and the second film in particular received flak for having thinly written characters and an uninteresting villain.

Coming back to Ragnarok, if you’d like some insight into the movie, you can Also Read: 5 Things to know about the Third Thor.


Hella funny, out-of-control sets and just the right amount of trippy, Thor: Ragnarok is one to be watched in all its humongous and hilarious glory.

Smash! at a theatre near you.

– Varun Kumar | Enterapped