Thor: The Dark World


Action / Adventure / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 66%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 78%
IMDb Rating 7 10 488766


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Natalie Portman as Jane Foster
Chris Evans as Captain America
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1hr 52 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by FF 9000 4 / 10

All style, no substance

The acting was solid. The production value was superb. Everything else was really poor.

The back story and character motivations are laughably sparse. Most of the characters are completely one-dimensional, with the possible exception of Loki. The plot is the most boring and typical of all action plots - some "bad dudes who happen to be really ugly" decide to "destroy the world for no reason other than being evil" and "only our hero can save us all", etc. Moreover, it was lazy writing - whenever an absolute miracle needed to happen, it conveniently did, every time.

Of course this is a mindless blockbuster Marvel movie so we shouldn't expect much. But the thing is that these kinds of films CAN be made with a reasonable plot, pacing, and character development. The writers were obviously just going through the motions to cash in on the surefire moneymaker sequel, and from a business perspective it is hard to fault them. But it says a lot about the sad state of Hollywood in 2013 that this film currently has a 7.7 on IMDb.

Reviewed by destinylives52 7 / 10

Good Sequel

The second of the Thor movies, "Thor: The Dark World" has the Universe threatened by an evil, elf ruler who wants to use something called the Aether (a powerful, energy source). As Thor (played by Chris Hemsworth) goes from one world to the next to quell wars, as well as sulk because he misses his girlfriend (Natalie Portman), the evil guy and his evil henchmen are on the march to retrieve the Aether and bring destruction to every world he can reach. Why? Because he's evil.

Hemsworth has a plan to destroy the evil elf dude, but it goes against his father's wishes. Hemsworth decides to do it anyway with the help of his "brother" Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and a few Earthlings who are in way over their heads. The plan is risky, and failure means the deaths of gazillions of creatures in many worlds.

My most memorable, movie moment of "Thor: The Dark World" is the scene when ** SPOILER ALERT ** Hiddleston is told that his adopted mother has been killed in combat by the evil elf ruler. Quiet and calm at first, Hiddleston suddenly destroys his room with his magic. Earlier in the movie, Hiddleston uttered harsh words toward his adopted mother.

"Thor: The Dark World" was more fun than I thought it would be. The action sequences were very good, as expected; but the dialogue and how the main characters interacted with each other were done very well, which has become the trademark of Marvel Cinematic Universe movies. Despite the alluring special effects and thrilling action scenes, the characters are the ones we truly connect to.


Reviewed by TownRootGuy 8 / 10

A solid MCU movie. Not a great one but solid.

They did a pretty good job with this but the first Thor was better.

This has superb eye candy, a great cast, outstanding FX, excellent action AND they bring the funny, just not a lot of it and it's not quite up to snuff.

In one scene Odin comes off as more of a dick than it seems like he would but since it's used as the setup for some light comedic relief it's tolerable.

It could have been better but I can still watch it yearly.

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