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  • Thor is a movie I went into with some pessimism, but came out pleasantly surprised and see it as one of my favourite movies of 2011
  • Another comic-book adaption, I thought Thor’s story was very well developed and can be seen as an entertaining viewing for children and adults alike
  • The director was an interesting choice, I thought
  • In conclusion, I’d recommend this film to anyone who enjoys superhero movies such as Iron Man
  • It’s a rather unique superhero hero movie given Thor’s origins, but I found it to be just as entertaining as most superhero movies around

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      Thor is a movie I went into with some pessimism, but came out pleasantly surprised and see it as one of my favourite movies of 2011.

      Another comic-book adaption, I thought Thor’s story was very well developed and can be seen as an entertaining viewing for children and adults alike.

      Firstly, we have the theme of family which I always find to be incredibly important in a film, and Thor’s demonstration of this theme was good. I liked the sibling rivalry


      between Thor and Loki and them competing for their fathers (Odin) approval.

      A fantasy characters adaption to earth as we know it is usually one I take an interest in, and I thought it was very good for them to include numerous takes of comedy through this process.

      Chris Hemsworth plays the role of Thor very well, combining a powerful god with a sometimes-comedic role can be quite difficult, but he managed to pull it off.

      Then there was the great supporting ...


      • cast including Anthony Hopkins and Natalie Portman, who were both very good in their roles even if they weren’t really given the chance to shine. I don’t know if this was down to the script or direction, but I feel that as two fantastic actors they could have had a little more screen time.

        Although I suppose with Thor being the main character, this couldn’t be helped in some parts.

        The director was an interesting choice, I thought; Kenneth Branagh

        is mostly known for his Shakespearean roles, so it was odd to see him attached to such a project.

        Nonetheless, his work was excellent as he combined a good, fantasy story with a bit of comic relief and a few good action sequences.

        In conclusion, I’d recommend this film to anyone who enjoys superhero movies such as Iron Man. It’s a rather unique superhero hero movie given Thor’s origins, but I found it to be just as entertaining as most superhero movies around.




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