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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by BiiivAL 8 / 10

Thor: The Mighty Avenger

It remains only to marvel at the company Marvel, which gives an impressive amount of money for the implementation of films on their comic books under the guidance of "newcomers" in the genre of "summer blockbuster." Four years ago they did this with John Favreau, who previously filmed family comedies and yet surprised many with his "Iron Man". Now, the honored actor and director of the dramatic cinema and theater Kenneth Brana demonstrated miracles by taking off a large-scale fantasy comics epic.


Chris Hamsworth

Taking advantage of the tested scheme (to take on the role of the protagonist of a little-known actor and surround him with "loud names"), Brana did not lose. Chris Hamsworth is the perfect Thor! Possessing not only impressive physical training and memorable appearance, Hamsworth was able to convey the power and emotions of this character. In some places it is threatening, in places it's funny when it's necessary to be gallant. Yes, and in general, throughout the whole movie you penetrate to the Torah sympathy and you empathize with it.

Natalie Portman

As always, she is charming and charming. The first falls on the Torah and runs after him all the remaining time :)

Anthony Hopkins

Worthy performance of a worthy role. The first experience of Hopkins in the film kinomics was a success.

Tom Hiddleston

Sly, a jealous manipulator. Another one hundred percent hit in the role!

Jamie Alexander, Ray Stevenson, Joshua Dallos, Tadanobu Asana and Idris Elba

Well-written characters, which should still be given a little more time, because each is interesting in its own way. Action

It is many, it is diverse, large-scale, beautiful, impressive and fascinating. The best episode is the battle of the top five warriors with the Ice Giants and a huge monster.

Special Effects

Looking at the trailers it seemed that the "Thor" would not be particularly pleased with the special effects, for both the monster's drawing and the Torah's hammer in action were not so impressive. But fortunately, the effects brought to shine and you can with full confidence to say that the "Torah" is the most grandiose special effects from all the films Marvel.


Ah, this Asgard! He is beautiful! Incredibly beautiful and the viewer is not satisfied with the monotonous views of the city. In each of Asgard's places shown, there is something unusual and unique. And the more interesting are the transitions from the deserted quiet town of New Mexico to the majestic palaces and structures of Asgard throughout the film.


Patrick Doyle has proved since the time of "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" that he is an excellent composer, skillfully combining different musical styles. The "Torah" is mostly dominated by pathos and heroic music, but in times of dramatic moments, sad compositions play.


Humor in the film is not as much as we would like. But he is funny and in no way slips into jokes below the belt. True, it would have been more ridiculous to beat the scenes of "God Tor in the modern world among ordinary people."


Enough fun and interesting without obvious stupidities and sagging. Although Torah's "rebirth" was worth paying more attention.


In the film, a lot of Easter eggs for fans and attentive viewers. Starting from the most obvious (mentioning the Hulk and the Iron Man), ending with the hidden ones (Falcon eye). And at the end of the final credits, the audience expects another bridge to the upcoming "Avengers".

Undoubtedly, the most beautiful and grandiose film Marvel. Excellent entertaining summer movie. Satisfied should remain both the audience and the fans. I want to wish the studio to continue making films about my superheroes with the same love and warmth.

Reviewed by invisibleunicornninja 4 / 10

This movie cannot be enjoyed if you have a brain.

When I sat down to watch this movie, I was prepared to enjoy it. I like superhero movies, and I heard a lot of good reviews. I don't agree with any of the critics I listened to before watching.

The beginning is actually ok. The visual effects are good and the action is partially decent (at least at the beginning). The only reason I enjoyed this movie was because I was laughing so hard. Not at any "jokes" though. I was laughing more at this movie's incompetence. If you are one of the surprisingly numerous people who enjoyed this nonsense, I'd appreciate it if you actually read my points on why this movie is terrible.

-The romance takes place over the course of about a day, and during most of that time Thor and Natalie Portman are nowhere near each other. Like, she runs him over with his car, they have a few brief conversations, then all of a sudden Thor is crying over the possibility of never seeing her again. It feels stupid and rushed.

-Thor doesn't really do anything to deserve the hammer. Like the stupid love story, this character arc (I was told it was supposed to be one) feels incredibly rushed. What they could've done instead of what they did is have Thor live on Earth for at least a month. They could've shown Thor learning how to live among humans, slowly realize the errors of his ways, and come to regret what he did. Loki's attack could've something that took a while to do and by the time he got around to it Thor could've been ready to defend humans because he actually cared for the species. There could still be the big dumb boring action scene at the end, but at least him getting back the hammer would be deserved. I'm not saying that this would be perfect, but it would be a hell of a lot better then what they went with.

-There's a lot of continuity errors. The shots themselves are good, but when they come one after another - not so much. It kinda takes you out of the movie when it goes from broad daylight to night to sunset and back to day over the span of a few sentences.

-Nothing makes any sense because nothing is ever explained. Powers/abilities aren't explained. None of the technology is explained (and by technology I mean the alien stuff not human technology - though there is some stuff with Natalie's cellphone that makes little sense but that has more to do with how stupid the characters are). Fight scenes have little tension and aren't fun not only because the characters are unrelatable and the fights themselves are poorly choreographed, but because you don't know what the characters can DO.

-The pacing is weird and a very simple plot is made difficult to follow through a very bizarre narrative.

-All the government officials are stupid. I get that the doctors were stupid as a joke (I think it was supposed to be a joke) but SHEILD is supposed to be a group of elite government officials. Why is everyone working for them dumber than a sack of bricks?

-There are so many plot holes concerning Loki that it makes my head hurt. Just try to think about his plan, and when various pieces of information are revealed to him. IT MAKES NO SENSE.

-Thor's friends are all stupid (literally) and underdeveloped. All the characters are underdeveloped, but Thor's friends are practically caricatures. They're annoying and they shouldn't affect the plot as much as they do. Also, ALL the characters are stupid. Everything in this movie is incredibly dumbed down to the point where nothing makes any sense.

I don't know a lot about how this movie was made, but everything feels very rushed. This movie could've been decent with an extra half hour of run time, better actors, and an editor who understands editing. The only people who seemed to know what they were doing were the camera people and whoever was in costumes/makeup/effects.

Reviewed by Kshitiz Mangal Bajracharya 6 / 10

Feels a little undercooked.


This film feels just like a rushed introduction to Thor before we got Avengers. It has some good parts, some bad. I have some mixed feelings about it. It isn't intriguing as the previous three MCU films. I really liked Iron Man, liked The Incredible Hulk to a considerable extent, didn't like Iron Man 2 much but it had some intriguing stuffs going on though overall it was a hot mess. Thor wasn't as messed up as Iron Man 2, but it doesn't have the elements which would make it a real "fun to watch" film. It is just there for the sake of being there. It didn't feel like they were trying something.

The major issue I had with this one was the transition between the tones - Shakespearean fantasy on Asgard and the "fish out of water" comedy. These two did not really cohese well with each other and when we cut from Asgard to earth and back, it feels like two different films going on. I prefer the Shakespearean fantasy stuff rather than the earthly part. It would've been much better. These two barely tie up well, which just creates a mess. Rather than some genuine stuff, it gives more time to unnecessary explanations of the realms using physics. And within two or three days Thor and Jane fall for each other .... which feels stupid. The plot device for this film is literally Jane accidentally hitting Thor with her vehicle. Loki's plan to kill Laufey to prove his father that he can be the king of Asgard seems really off the beat. It is one of those twists that we wouldn't have minded not seeing. A twist should've escalated this to some higher level but it doesn't. It just feels like "well .... okay" sort of thing. The fish out of water comedy is just lame. Calling Mjolnir as "Myau Myau", Hubble's law as "Hooble's law" and nonsensical jokes were all it had to offer. It didn't really feel funny, even though it tried. It feels there's something lacking, it feels dull in a bit of cringe-worthy manner. There's no chemistry between the characters. This film is overly dead serious at unnecessary points and horribly fails at being funny.

There are some likable things as well. The casting is GREAT. Anthony Hopkins as Odin, Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Chris Hemsworth as Thor and Natalie Portman as Jane Foster were great (even though the romance and overall chemistry between Thor and Foster cannot be appreciated). The Shakespearean touch in the Asgardian parts were really appreciable. The second twist of the film Loki not dying and getting on earth to retrieve tesseract was better than the previous one. But, it was in the post credits scene lowering its value. Speaking of Loki, he is not really a type of "THE" villain, but is still the best MCU villain so far. Hiddleton as Loki was the best part of the film for me.

All in all, it is a clich├ęd fest. Feels good and quite disappointing at the same time. Obviously, there is the involvement of S.H.I.E.L.D. and all, which makes it feel like an advertisement of Avengers, just like Iron Man 2. I found it pretty exchangeable with Iron Man 2 on the whole, with less entertainment value. Nothing was special. The story it was trying to tell and the ideas put in it were not unlikable, just doesn't feel right.

Score : 6/10

Grade : B

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