Thor: The Dark World
Thor fights to restore order across the cosmos… but an ancient race led by the vengeful Malekith returns to plunge the universe back into darkness. Faced with an enemy that even Odin and Asgard cannot withstand, Thor must embark on his most perilous and personal journey yet, one that will reunite him with Jane Foster and force him to sacrifice everything to save us all.
- Chris Hemsworth , Natalie Portman , Tom Hiddleston , Anthony Hopkins , Christopher Eccleston , Jaimie Alexander , Zachary Levi
Good concept, poorly executed.
A story that's too fascinating to pass by...
Exactly the movie you think it is, but not the movie you want it to be.
Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable
This movie is everything a marvel movie should not be it's ugly ,boring,awful acting ,terrible script,ugly,unfunny, stay away from this film you won't miss anything don't worry.
Thor: The Dark World is the worst of the marvel movies. It lacks any significance or stakes to be an impactful movie adventure. Asgard continues to slow down the movie to a painful crawl, and again fails to be an interesting place. Seeing Thor walk around on earth wasn't fun like in the first Thor movie. The entire story just feels too flat and by the numbers to be any level of engaging. With a villain who makes you question if you have amnesia because he's so forgettable. The final battle fails to have stakes, like at all, which makes just as unimpressive as a conversation at a dinner table. The actors did the best with what they were given, with the exception of Anthony Hopkins who you could easily tell was bored. There was the occasional comedic moments that actually most of worked well, that being the only positive of the movie. Overall, this film's story moves along but fails to compel you to move along with it, due to it feeling like an automated bore. It's nearly unwatchable. So I give it a 3.1
This movie had a whole lot of fun interesting fight scenes but there should have been better plot development from the start. There was no focus point for this movie. They wanted this to be eh jntroduction I'd ether but it could have been better.
'Thor: The Dark World' (or 'Thor 2') is another solid entry into the Marvel Universe - it's not the best superhero film, nor is it the worst. I'm glad they've kept the cast together and hopefully Marvel can do this across all their franchises, as it gives them a bit of authenticity. It's fun to see how they link some of the threads back to 'The Avengers', particularly with Dr Erik Selvig (Skarsgård).Now, I don't know who out there actually loves Thor, because he's certainly one of my least favourite Marvel characters, especially in the comics, as he's so rigid and boring and never does anything too exciting. He's certainly no Wolverine or Spiderman. And that's the film's biggest hurdle - how to make Thor and the story interesting for 110min. It sort-of achieves this... I know it's mostly set in Asgard, a different realm, but even then there are still a few things which stretch credibility: Why do the "Dark Elves of Svartalfheim" wear puppet masks? And why do they want to destroy the universe and - presumably - themselves?What exactly is the "Ether"? It's not just an alkaline chemical...Where exactly is the "Dark World"? Is it on Asgard, or is it another realm? Is it different to the "Limbo" dimension?Is Benicio Del Toro actually needed at the end of the film?Why is Asgard so poorly defended?Why does the final confrontation take place on Earth, where the Dark Elves can be easily found? And why can't the other Avengers - or the Fantastic Four, or the X-Men - help? Especially if the future of the universe is at stake? Seems unlikely S.H.I.E.L.D. would leave this up to Thor by his lonesome...One of the big saving graces is some of the witty laughs provided by Chris O'Dowd and Kat Dennings (plus Stan Lee's patented cameo!). There's some expertly timed quips thrown in, which add some levity to what could easily become quite a cumbersome story. I think that Hopkins was pretty wasted as Odin, Hemsworth has some decent moments as Thor, but Hiddleston as Loki once again almost steals the show, because even though you may hate him, he's often so likable! A great character to hold this part of the Marvel Universe together.