The powerful but arrogant warrior Thor is cast out of the fantastic realm of Asgard and sent to live amongst humans on Earth, where he soon becomes one of their finest defenders. There he starts a quest to find himself, his wisdom and his compassion in order to get ready for the heavy throne of Asgard.
Ms. Overlord I have your relic finally. Here you are, the legendary hammer of Thor. You know how difficult that was to “borrow” from those crazy Asgardians that think themselves as gods ? Well I had a little help from an inside source but I still had to kill a few dozens of them, and some very big and dangerous piece of machinery so I expect a nice big and generous reward from my dear captain ;) Also I encountered King Thor, he didn’t see me of course, but I did. You remember the movie about him, right ?
I watched the movie in 2D so I don’t know about the 3D version. The 2D version was good but not very good. It was great at the beginning but after the first fight there weren’t any good fights. Well to be just when you place the first fight on the enemy planet with countless enemies and a long beautiful fight you can’t top that…
I think that the girls, and maybe some boys, were too distracted by the main actor, Chris Hemsworth, in spite the fact that I thought he was too crude and barbaric to be characterized as beautiful, but what do I know about women psychology ? :D
The acting was good for the most part, I especially liked Loki, Tom Hiddleston and the old doctor guy, Stellan Skarsgård and of course the ”big names” Natalie Portman and Anthony Hopkins. Now Thor had neither too much talking neither many expressions as part of his role so I can’t tell if his act was good, he basically was there to make girls go daydreaming. But I can say that he was a good representation of Thor as presented in the comic series.
I haven’t read the comics, enough, so I don’t know about the originality of the story but as far as I know the story was pretty cool, and also cool was the after credits part that our cinema didn’t let us watch :(
To recap, acting was good, effects were awesome, story was pretty good and fighting was backwards, it started with the big fight and progressed with lesser fights to reach the climax when Loki and Thor had a brother to brother childish fight. The movie was pretty good all and all but not one of my best, and I say again that I don’t know about the 3D version.
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