Considering the insanely comprehensive and dimensional-jumping premise, Branaugh really flexes his chops and holds it together. Really great summer actioner for lovers of superheroes, mythology, and thrills in general. And enough humor here and there to soften up the scenes between all the mayhem.
Neden Hollywood süper kahraman filmlerini bu kadar cilalamak zorundaki? Birakin kendi karanlik dünyalarinda bu kahramanlar isiklariyla gözlerimizi kamastirsinlar. Allahtan Portman'in bakislari var yoksa benim icin bu film T2yi boylardi ha bide Yok Edicinin tersine dönüs sahnesi güzeldi. Bu tarz filmler daha karanlik yönetmen ya da yapimcilarin elinden ciksa nasil olurdu acaba...?
Highly enjoyable, though it seems a bit undercooked in places. The editing of some parts, particularly action scenes and character introductions, seems a bit rushed, and could have used a bit more breathing room. Relationships and characters other than Thor don't really develop much. Still, Hemsworth is fantastic, and the humor works surprisingly well. There's definitely room for improvement, now that the awkward concept has been introduced, and I look forward to more adventures.
Actually pretty amusing. You can't really take it seriously at all of course, but it's not really taking itself seriously either (it definitely tends more to camp and comedy rather than the grit we've seen as of late in superhero movies). Revel in the overproduced, hyper-sentimental madness.
This movie shows what difference a good casting director can make in a movie. The entire cast of Thor gives credible performances and bring the story to life.Great effects, decent directing from Mr. Brannagh, and a solid, witty script that delivers. That , combined with the sexy Kat Dennings and the uber-hottie Nat Portman, makes Thor a must see movie!
That Marvel actually managed to make a Thor movie that wasn't either completely campy or just outright terrible was the most amazing thing to me about this film. It was fast paced, and I really liked that the entire movie wasn't set in Asgard. It's cheesy (not too cheesy though), and the comic timing is great between most of the characters. So much better than I thought it would be.
I like how they went all-out with Asgard and didn't make the slightest pretense of grounding it in reality. But Thor's character development is unmotivated and lurches all over the place and Natalie Portman is playing a complete non-character. (I'm also officially done with 3D until Avatar 2 or How to Train Your Dragon 2 come out. It's just not worth the darkness and muddy colors. 2D versions from here on out for me.)
I think this movie was a little too big for itself at times. It also had the tendency to teeter the line between fun and too cheesy. That being said, it did manage to often stay on the right side of fun. Some of the movie feels empty, and a long introduction to Thor and the Avengers (for those who noticed Hawkeye just chillin out there.) That being said, I thought the movie was fun, Hemsworth is also very very likeable as the star.If there is a Thor 2, I just hope there is more to Portman's role
If Thor had served at least a few years of sentence on earth, then the love and the transformation would have made sense. But I don't get how he becomes another man in matter of days or how a scientist falls in love with a topless guy who does not speak or behave sense. Does'nt make any sense but again the movie does not claim to be a movie of sense so it is possible to focus on the action and overlook the nonsense.