Thor (2011)

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**A long format review from...
Tuesday, July 21, 2020

**A long format review from 2011** So, Thor has only been out for a week and a half, and already it’s grossed $100 million! Pretty fucking good considering it hasn’t even been released in America yet, where like, every movie ever makes most of its money. As you may have guessed, yes, I did finally get around to seeing le Thor, hence the delay in my review of The Incredible Hulk. But know what? Fuck you man! I just watched fucking Thor!! So in case you couldn’t guess, I was rather damn impressed with it all. Why? Well boys and girls, strap your tolerance boots on, this one could get long. The Computer Graphics were some of the best I’ve ever seen. Now I’m not one to believe that CGI is the sort of thing that could make or break a film, but having it be this fantastic goes quite a ways to helping out...

Kinda similar to how I...
Friday, January 22, 2021

Kinda similar to how I feel about the two films that precede this in the MCU. 'Thor' is a good, solid watch. It fails to set the world alight, so to speak, but there's entertainment there. It's my personal standout of the three films since 'Iron Man'. I enjoyed seeing the world of Asgard, though the stuff on Earth is a little run-of-the-mill. Chris Hemsworth is enjoyable and looks the part as Thor, while Tom Hiddleston plays his role more than satisfactorily. Cool to see Idris Elba appear, even if he is underused in the grand scheme of things - as are Stellan Skarsgård and Natalie Portman in truth.

Probably the third time I...
Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Probably the third time I've seen this (and first in 7-8 years) and it's a solid enough origin movie, Chris Hemsworth is a great in the lead and I liked Anthony Hopkins. Wasn't a big fan of Loki and still didn't care much for him, though Tom Hiddleston played him well enough (I liked him more in Ragnarok than in The Dark World and Avengers). Generally I like Natalie Portman but she was a bit of a weak love interest and everything else, was on the blander side. My feelings on this MCU movie pretty much remained the same all these years later. **3.25/5**

I was surprised to see...
Tuesday, July 21, 2020

I was surprised to see Kenneth Branagh directing a big budget comic book film, but as the film continued to explore a Shakespearean tale between two brothers feuding, the relationship with their father, and a coming of age love story, I realized this is exactly the kind of movie Kenneth Branagh would make. I really enjoyed Thor. It was funny, exciting, and different from the usual superhero ilk. And it definitely got the MCU back on track after the dismal Iron Man 2.

The movie was not great...
Tuesday, July 21, 2020

The movie was not great. I don't like action movies that much but I'm expecting some good fighting scenes since this is a Marvel movie. I was disappointed. It was mostly talking and I don't understand half of what the actors were saying. I should watch this with subtitles next time.

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