I recently saw the third Thor movie (Ragnarok, 2017), and then I decided to get the first (2011) and second (The Dark World, 2013) movies as well and watched them over the weekend. I liked the third one the best. It took all the elements I liked about the first two and skipped the boring parts.
I never thought I would like superhero movies since I’ve spent my youth with Franco-Belgian comics, Lucky Luke, Asterix, the Adventures of Tintin. But when I saw the visuals of Jupiter Ascending (the story was weak but the space ships were fantastic), and then Guardians of the Galaxy and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, I discovered that I liked this baroque style. (Wikipedia: “exaggerated motion and clear, easily interpreted detail to produce drama, tension, exuberance, and grandeur”)
This is what my high level D&D campaign should be about! And I feel vindicated for using Norse mythology as the cosmology for my campaigns. In the Halberds and Helmets Referee Guide, there are three pages on Gods and Demons, talking about it.