Thor Ragnarok

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destoo
Fenrir does not die. He is immortal. Like most other gods of the Norse mythology, and superheroes in the genre, death has to be epic and is often temporary. It is in the Norse lore that Fenrir actually consumes Odin during Ragnarok and would in turn be killed by Odin's son Víðarr, but this does not happen in the movie. So although peril happens to Fenrir, such as a great fall, he does not die from this.
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asphodeldreams
Some could consider the giant wolf being injured in battle to fall under this category, so i'll mention it just in case
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andrewbercovitz
One character who has a robot exoskeleton is very bug like
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Ellie_red
The aliens that are forced to fight to the death are not dogs and do not resemble dogs.
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Does an animal die?
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ProfessorProcyon
Fenris is briefly shown dead in one scene before promptly getting resurrected. Additionally, Valkyrie momentarily falls onto a dead creature (not graphic, though some squishing/crunching sounds can be heard when she tries to get up again). There's also a dragon that dies towards the beginning and its decapitated head with green blood can be seen.
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RinasaurusRex
The Valkyries' winged horses are seen falling from the sky under Hela's attack.
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jainrain04
Mentions of a snake
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invadermac
Surtur's poor ol' dragon loses his head graphically
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Ranuel
Odin lies to Thor & Loki about his past including never telling them about the existence of their sister who he had imprisoned leading them to think that Asgards' history was far more glorious and honorable than it was. Thor believes he is the oldest and heir to the throne and also that when Odin cast him away to Earth it was the first time Odin ever did such a thing because of the lies. The Grandmaster presents himself as a beneficent ruler even while sending captured beings to their death in gladiatorial games. He refuses to let his assistant use the word slave to refer to them even though no one can ever leave even if they survive the games. Even after there is a revolt he tries to convince the people that they should thank him for having something to revolt against.
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Ranuel
Valkyrie is an alcoholic
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darned if i do
Valkyrie does and it's played for laughs at times
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aegean
At the beginning of the movie, a dragon is beheaded via the bifröst. Its blood gets absolutely everywhere and it’s very clearly beheaded.
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anyaflammang
Thor's hair is forcibly cut off while he's strapped down.
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thursdayangelus
Someone is literally melted.
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asphodeldreams
Dragon gets decapitated.
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invadermac
No, but not from Hulk's lack of trying
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meaned beans
Not super graphic, Hela cuts out Thor's eye with her sword, but its not very detailed. You see the empty socket, but never anything with the eye itself.
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TrishyAngel
Hela chokes Thor
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Ranuel
Although not an epileptic seizure when the control devices attached to the slaves is activated the the effect is similar.
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SlasherCat
several times characters are electrocuted with discs to immobilize them while they writhe in pain
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invadermac
Many of Gamemaster's folks get thrown about, Fenris falls from the rainbow bridge possibly to his death
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Does a kid die?
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marcomazzoni86
Odino dies
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andrewbercovitz
Korg does call an illusion of Loki a ghost, but does not look like one in any way
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artheartsoul1
...But there are plenty of humanoid aliens with facepaint; and at least one alien character that look like slenderman with some floral facepaint.
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Ranuel
Hulk is naked in the bath during a conversation with Thor and then gets out and briefly moves around the room naked.
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Harlbior
Bruce Banner lost control of his body to his Hulk persona for two years.
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mileswernham
i can confirm no one is sick in the normal version of the movie thats on disney +, apparently someone is sick in a deleted scene but it does not show up in the movie or in the scenes in the credits!
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mileswernham
no but characters have little plates that attach into their neck which could be a bit close to needles for some
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artheartsoul1
No, but Odin was supposed to be in an old folks home (which can be triggering to some due to family in abusibe environments) and the characters forcibly strapped in their chairs can evoke the trigger
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Ranuel
Not in the sense of ECT but the slave control devices appear to work via electric shock.
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CorbinTerry
Banner is afraid that if he turns into hulk again, he may never turn back
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invadermac
Odin lets himself die, so sort of/sort of not
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Ranuel
Bruce Banner and Thor each hate it when they are in the other's form.
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ProfessorProcyon
No, although it may be worth mentioning that there's a scene where Hulk repeatedly punches himself to stop himself from turning back into Banner. It doesn't cause any actual injuries to him, though.
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Does a baby cry?
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patronimagus
during the scene when thor wakes up on sakaar
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mileswernham
no misgendering but at one bit they say "it is a he right?" in reference to thor so take that as you will
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hannahdj1234567890
Valkeryies lover (only implied) dies in a flashback scene
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shrubblanket
use of the word g**sy, which is a slur.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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artheartsoul1
No one has s*x in the film. But there is flirting, hinted sex-slave gifting and sugar babying (as confirmed by the actor), mentions of orgies, and plenty of sexual jokes.
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patronimagus
as long as you dont watch infinity war it has a happy ending
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CorbinTerry
Lots of spaceship crashes
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ProfessorProcyon
About the standard "superhero action movie" level of blood, but even then it's a bit mild. The bloodiest it really gets is a scene where a dragon is decapitated, but even then the blood is green.
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Pantalones
Des and Troy
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TrishyAngel
Asgard implodes due to Surtur
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artheartsoul1
No, but there is an underwater fight scene wjere we expect one of them to drown
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