In the third Thor film, we see that, years after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Thor (played by Chris Hemsworth) is being held captive on the other side of the universe by a fire demon named Surtur. After being told of the coming destruction of Asgard, Thor manages to free himself and heads back to his home where he learns that he has an older sister named Hela (Cate Blanchett). Hela is a powerful goddess who plans to take over the universe, and it’s up to Thor to stop her before she destroys all of Asgard.
This movie not only brings back our favorite characters such as Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and The Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), but the movie gives us onscreen LBGT+ representation in the form of the character Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson).
It was confirmed that Valkyrie’s sexuality is bisexual, making her Marvel’s first on-screen LGBT+ superhero, showing a continued step for representation in their movies.
Many consider Ragnarok to be the best one out of all three movies. The film adds another layer to the character of Thor and reviving said franchise. If there’s any movie to watch as a fan of Thor, then this would be the one.