Infinity Thor

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Well I am not the biggest fan of Ragnarok I am a fan of Thor Odinson and keeping the focus of these MCU Films around the mighty God Of Thunder certainly gave me a greater appreciation for his character arc as the removal of most of Infinity Wars and Endgames other character related events not only improved the pacing allowing Thor's character to properly grow in both power and character development but it makes the last two current Avengers Film entries in the franchise easier to follow for Thor fans who might struggle to get invested in the long series of MCU movies that don’t have any narrative relation to him.

Most watching the edit can probably figure out that Thanos arrival would cause worldwide chaos which would cause other superheroes to defend the planet hence there is little need to spend that much time with them time for which was rightfully devoted to good old Thor and his preparation followed by revenge against Thanos and I like how in this edit it was Thor who was the one to end Thanos and not Stark as given all the hell the Dark Elves, Thanos Henchman and Thanos himself put Thor and his family through seeing him be decapitated by the one he tortured and wronged felt so cathartic and the exclusion of Fat Thor was truly a blessing.

I can definitely understand the removal of most of the Hela scenes and as to where the undead army came from well given how she’s the goddess of death one could just naturally assume that she called them fourth from Nifheim, well there’s definitely some stuff from Raganarok that has never quite gelled with me there are definitely some good moments in it and as much I dislike the Sakaar segments tonally the choice to focus more on them rather than the Hela segments allows this fan edit to maintain it’s goal on keeping the focus on Thor and to some extent Loki as well as such for those looking for a streamlined Thor experience this edit is definitely for you.

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Superb cut, makes the most out Ragnarok's story while maintaining the Thor focus the cut aims for.
Things I loved:
- Thor centric plot focus.
- Smoothness of cuts.
- Audio edits are some of the best I've seen.
- Ragnarok's edits are almost unnoticeable.
- Pacing is matched well throughout the edit.
- 1080p, consistent throughout.
Things to improve:
- Hela's storyline is chopped quite heavily, which makes it difficult to see where the undead army comes from.
- Some more clarity in the Infinity War part of the film (possibly include a few more scenes from the film).
- Unnecessary Wanda/Vision conflict, in the context of this cut it seems irrelevant. I'd just go straight to Thanos removing the stone from him.

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Thor Ragnorok is so spectacularly awful in execution that sitting through even a shortened version is tough at times.. Still, for the benefit of this edit, I did try, and the cuts are where they need to be and are seamless. If only something had been done about the ghastly scenes with Doctor Strange.

Onto the parts that did please me, which were the additions of Infinity War and Endgame, they add so much more depth, drama and stakes to the film, and also adds to Thor's rollercoaster journey. The edit touches on every emotion, and in these final 58 minutes you do finally become invested in what the lead is going through.

Due to focusing so much on Thor, some plotlines are left open-ended and if you haven't seen the original Infinity War, you will be very lost in some respects, but it's not too jarring and you can get the gist of it. This film retains all the consequences of the original, and it doesn't forget which characters are important either.

As an edit, I would recommend it for it's technical and narrative achievements, if you love Ragnarok and these films, it is definitely worth a watch
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I loved everything on the technical side of this edit. It looked great and sounded great.
I know this may be obvious, but it kind of feels like two movies made into one.
Overall, I liked this a lot, but I didn't love it.

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