Title: Thor: The Dark World
Directors: Alan Taylor, James Gunn
Stars: Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Natalie Portman
Well, this is an action film. It is not a science fiction or a science documentary, so I might have to skip the whole rants about the scientific loophole in the nonsense they’re talking about. And, since it is actually a film about American superhero (??), I should leave the rest of Nordic Mythology thingies behind. And basically stop being an annoying geek about all the mistakes the film could be.
And move on to the film.
Honestly? I don’t like it.
First of all, I am not a big fan of Natalie Portman. The reason why I agreed to watch this film was because my friend who I have never met for ages asked me if we should watch this, and Sir Anthony Hopkins, and all the fuss about Loki this and Loki that, I think I must take a loki too. (lol. Sorry, couldn’t help it). So, if some people it is the explosion, or the ripped Chris Hemsworth, for me it is a little bit less physical.
Anyway, the good guy wins. Surprise surprise, not so surprising for me. Oh look! London! Beautiful place. Good, now go blow everything up! Yay!
I admit I sound like an annoying bitch, and I think that’s fair because this film didn’t offer anything else than this kind of comment. I have to say though, in some part it is a bit enjoyable, especially when it is sarcasm related. I like sarcasm. And I then understood why Loki won the fan’s attention.
It is a bit rude not to recommend this film as I believe that the directors has put some efforts in blowing things up. So, maybe if you like explosion and a bit of lovey dovey superhero and pretty chick, like spiderman kind of film, please do. But if you’re expecting a real good action film, or epic mythology, you will thank me for forbidding you to watch this.
Anyway, in the end it’s your choice.