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The world has many heroes... but only one is a god. When the arrogant warrior Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is banished to Earth from his home world of Asgard, he must fight to reclaim his lost powers. Pursued by an invasion force sent to destroy him, the fallen God of Thunder must rise to the battle and learn what it takes to become a true hero. Natalie Portman and Anthony Hopkins also star in this blockbuster adventure critics have called a rousing, entertaining thrill -- now in stunning 4K Ultra HD.
- Aspect Ratio : 2.35:1
- MPAA rating : PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
- Product Dimensions : 0.7 x 7.5 x 5.4 inches; 8.32 Ounces
- Item model number : B07S777RMZ
- Director : Kenneth Branagh
- Media Format : NTSC, Subtitled, 4K
- Run time : 1 hour and 55 minutes
- Release date : August 13, 2019
- Actors : Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston, Anthony Hopkins, Stellan SkarsgÃ¥rd
- Subtitles: : French, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, English, German
- Language : English (Dolby Digital 2.0), English (Dolby Digital 7.1), French (Dolby Digital 7.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 7.1)
- Studio : MARVEL
- ASIN : B07S777RMZ
- Writers : Ashley Edward Miller, Zack Stentz, Don Payne, J. Michael Straczynski, Mark Protosevich
- Country of Origin : USA
- Number of discs : 2
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I've seen this movie dozens of times by this point, and parts of it just get better and better. Loki in particular. I love to hate him. He's just so lovable and scummy at the same time.
Natalie Portman is a much better actress than what we see here. I'm not surprised she's not coming back anymore. Really it's too bad she would have made a great female Thor if they ever decided to do that from the comics.
Sif and the Warriors Three were so excellent. I don't think there was a part with them that I didn't love.
Where I think this movie really fell down and I blame Kevin and Kenneth both, was Hawkeye. This was his introduction into the Avengers world. Like Black Widow in Iron Man 2, Hawkeye should have gotten his mini character Arc to give him a base for love in the Avengers movie. There were so many places he could have gotten in - The diner where Thor smashes his mug, the fight sequences where Thor plows through SHIELD, the bar where Thor and Selvig drink, the roof where SHIELD first sees Sif and the Warriors Three. So, so many opportunities lost. To this day I still think he got the shaft.
While there were parts of this movie I adored, there were still too many issues that irk me.
If you absolutely must try for yourself, I suppose you will (like I did). But if this is the first disc you're trying out on your great new 3D setup, don't be dismayed if it doesn't impress. There are some really great titles out there that do it right (like Avatar and Star Trek: Into Darkness. Check out the rest of my reviews on 3D movies for more). This one is a super-sized disappointment.
What I liked about the movie was that it wasn’t afraid to make fun of the God of Thunder. For example, when he’s on Earth Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) is looking for him, backs up her jeep and runs Thor over. Then he goes out to eat with Foster and likes what he’s drinking and smashes his cup on the floor and demands more. Finally, he’s looking for a horse so he goes to a pet store and asks for one.
Like all Marvel movies the film is full of Easter Eggs. For instance, Foster gives Thor some clothes and there’s a name tag on the shirt he’s given that says Donald Blake. In the comics Donald Blake was Thor’s earthly identity. Erik Selvig (Stellan Skarsgard) is discussing with Foster the appearance of SHIELD and says he knew of a scientist who worked on Gamma radiation, SHIELD showed up, and he disappeared. That’s a reference to Bruce Banner who is the Hulk. The movie had the first appearance of Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) who would later join the Avengers.
This was a very good start to the Thor character with drama, action, and a tale of how to be humble
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I've always been a fan of mythological games and series, so Thor really appeals when Marvel goes to town bringing Norse mythology to the big screen with Odin and Loki. This first outing for Thor, brings a fairly childish prince through eye opening experiences as his mistakes nearly cost him universal peace.
The journey eventually brings him to Midgard (Earth) where he starts to interact with the Human Race, and learns that life isn't all he thought back in the Palace of Asgard (his homeworld). Thor is forced to think and act with more than just his godly hammer in order to defeat an enemy that knows him as well as himself.
With a strong cast, brilliant story and awesome effects, it is no wonder that Thor was a continuing driving force in the MCU storyline and had continuing success with the Thor sequels.
A common complaint of Marvel 3D films when converted from 2D [in the film process] to a 3D film - is that the subsequent film is often too dark.
It's all too evident with this release [one of Marvel's 1st 3D releases] - the film is dark and it only passably adequate as a 3D release, with scenes that you would think would be excellent in 3D actually being only vaguely 3-dimensional. Disappointing considering some of the other excellent Marvel 3D releases; [Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers Assemble, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War and Guardian of the Galaxy Vol 2 - being 3D highlights.]