Like I said, I'm still excited to see Thor Ragnarok. I was just imagining an epic battle for the fate of Asgard, not necessarily following the myths (since Marvel's Thor in the comics dropped a lot of the actual norse myth stuff and just kept some of the good things and added a lot of its own, and all for the better in my opinion). That said, I'd like to see them fighting Hela and a giant wolf and all the other end of days Norse stuff. It seems like the perfect way to end Thor as a solo series (I don't mean he'd lose ragnarok, just that it would be a good way to end the solo films). But it still seems like it could easily end up being the best Thor movie, and its the MCU movie I most want to see in 2017. Its more like I'm lamenting the missed opportunity then actually irritated or put off by the movie it seems to be. I'm sure it will be fun, and seeing Hulk get a (presumably) somewhat bigger role in this then he gets in the avengers movies is cool. Also, Loki is one of the few really entertaining MCU villains, and I can't wait to see what he does. So, overall I'm staying positive, with a bit of disappointment over what could have been that won't taint my opinion of the final product.