Get the Thor: The Dark World (2013) plot, movie times, movie trailers, movie tickets, cast photos, and more on Fandango.com.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.Directed by Alan Taylor. With Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston. When Jane Foster is possessed by a great power, Thor must protect her from a new ,The first official trailer for Thor: The Dark World – in UK cinemas Oct 30. The sequel to Marvel’s Thor, starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom ,Marvels “Thor: The Dark World,” in theaters November 8, 2013, continues the big screen adventures of Thor, the Mighty Avenger, as he battles to save Earth and all ,Marvel’s “Thor: The Dark World” continues the big-screen adventures of Thor, the Mighty Avenger, as he battles to save Earth and all the Nine Realms from a ,Marvels Thor: The Dark World continues the big-screen adventures of Thor, the Mighty Avenger, as he battles to save Earth and all the Nine Realms from a shadowy ,Thor: The Dark World is a 2013 American superhero film featuring the Marvel Comics character Thor, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt ,When Jane Foster is possessed by a great power, Thor must protect her from a new threat of old times: the Dark Elves.Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World | Official Site.
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From the Studio that brought you the #1 Super Hero movie of all time, Marvel’s The Avengers, comes another must-own, epic blockbuster starring Chris Hemsworth as The Mighty Thor. Worlds collide when a powerful ancient enemy threatens to plunge the cosmos into eternal darkness. Now, reunited with Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), and forced to forge an alliance with his treacherous brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston), Thor embarks on a perilous personal quest to save both Earth and Asgard from destruction.
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92 of 99 people found the following review helpful.
Great escapism. This film is a hoot.
[Caveat: I have to confess that I'm a huge fan of the Marvel Thor mythology and have read the comics off and on through the years ever since I was a kid. I state that upfront so you understand that my review of this film is viewed through that lens. However, I still feel the film is fun and entertaining for everyone even if you're not that familiar with the character. There are at least three or four things in this film that are worth the price of admission alone.]I can’t imagine that a fan of the character Thor would be disappointed with this film. It builds on all the elements that Kenneth Branagh established in the first film and ups the ante across the board. Everything is bigger: the battles, the cast, the sets, the visual effects, the soundtrack, the entire scope. The costumes are amazing. I wish they looked this good the first time around. And Asgard is incredible. Alan Taylor has brought the eternal realm to life in a way that Branagh did not. It is still majestic but it feels much more real and actually “lived in”.Further, the actors from the first movie have really grown into their roles. Hemsworth and Hiddleston in particular are the very embodiment of their characters. Hiddleston has much more material to work with from an actor’s perspective with regards to Loki – a tormented and duplicitous soul – but he’s so good at it. Whereas Hemsworth plays the cocksure Thor in a much more understated fashion. Thor is not complex but has a big heart. Bringing him to life requires subtlety and Hemsworth nails it. Neither actor oversells their role. Not only that, they have tremendous chemistry with each other and every scene in which they are together steals the show. As a fan who realizes how horribly wrong these movies could’ve gone with such an outrageous premise, I am so grateful that Marvel found these two actors to play the most vital parts of the story.The creators of the film version of Thor had a difficult choice integrating into the universe and tone that Favreau established in the first Iron Man. In the comics, there’s magic and there’s sci fi and other dimensions and all that stuff and you just accept it. In the reality-based technology-centric world Iron Man created, how do you introduce a viking god from space who soars around with a magic hammer? In fact, Favreau even admitted he had no idea how it could be done. However, Branagh did find a way and he did it by emphasizing the science fiction aspects of the mythology Jack Kirby and Stan Lee concocted 50 years ago. Taylor now had the unenviable job of taking that idea and running with it without it falling apart at the seams. In my opinion he succeeded. The result is Dark Elves in space ships. It’s a bizarre mix and maybe a lot of people won’t get it. But it feels like a comic book sprung to life and I loved it.The only legitimate complaint that I feel this movie deserves is that at times it feels too compressed. (However, I also felt that way about the first film.) It’s amazing that for such a short run time The Dark World truly does feel epic, but there’s so much going on in this story between Earth and Asgard and the other realms that things don’t always get enough time to breathe. I believe this strategy of Marvel is to keep moving the story forward at a brisk pace for the grander scheme of things while maintaining the widest possible appeal for a broad audience – but I’d like to them to linger a little more in a juicy chapter like this. I think even 5 or 10 minutes of added scenes could’ve put this film over the top and helped flush out certain characters’ motives and let you feel more attachment to them. Alan Taylor has said it was very difficult for him to cut out several scenes and is the first Marvel director who has said he’d be keen on doing a Director’s Cut. Boy would I love to see that!Things I liked about The Dark World:* Character arc of Thor – Thor is growing wiser and shrewder but still retaining his bravado. The lessons he experienced in the first film have made him question things more in this one. His relationship with Odin ebbs and flows like real life and in this film we see that father and son are not so different from each other. In the end Thor makes a surprising choice that mirrors his actions from the comics.* Character arc of Loki – Loki finds redemption – or does he? His motives are always ambiguous and questionable and he certainly is headed on a darker path. However, the events that unfold here give you more insight into who he is and why he does the things he does* The funeral scene – Not wanting to spoil things here but you’ll know it when you see it. Amazing.* Sci-fi/fantasy mashup – Star Wars meets Lord of the Rings. The comics was always a weird juxtaposition of seemingly incongruous ideas and this film embraces it and it works.* Algrim the Kursed – wow! This guy is scary.* Fun plot twists – Loki isn’t the only trickster in this film!* Thor and Jane Foster make a cute pair – others may disagree but their romance to me is very innocent and sweet and I feel she plays the starry eyed scientist bit to a tee. It’s not a huge part of the film but their scenes work and it helps humanize Thor and keep him connected to Earth. I also am very old fashioned and I love how gallantly protective Thor is of Jane and I love that she is equally protective of him.* Creative battle scenes – especially the last one which produces some ridiculous situations and leave’s Thor’s hammer Mjolnir VERY confused!* A healthy dose of humor injected to keep the film from ever taking itself too seriously but not overdone* Stellan Skarsgård as Erik Selvig – you see that Tony Stark is not the only one impacted by the events of Avengers. This man is a genius but Loki’s mind games have really messed him up. Even so Skarsgård is a tremendous actor and really sells it. I enjoyed his part of the story and how he unravels the mystery of the convergence despite his mental state.Bottom line this film is fun escapism ala Star Wars and Indiana Jones. Don’t expect poignant existential validation or heavy handed political commentary. This film is a good time. It’s also an exciting chapter in a much larger story that is the MCU. Enjoy the ride!
43 of 49 people found the following review helpful.
Dark worlds and great jokes: THOR 2
By Anthony L.
If you would have told me in 2010, that a Shakesperean director, a hunky Australian, and a tall British TV actor would craft a hugely popular and profitable franchise centered around the Nordic gods…I would have asked what you were smoking. Today, it is clear that Marvel, under the lead of Kevin Feige, has crafted a winning formula that clearly works. The keys to Marvel’s box office success include their careful building, relatable characters, and the fact that they are not afraid to mix genres, AND have fun while doing all of it. Thor 2: The Dark World follows this formula to a T (a big T, shaped like a hammer…). But that doesn’t matter, because as I said before, the formula WORKS.Well, not ALL of it works. The scientific mumbo-jumbo (courtesy of Portman and Skarsgard) is, quite frankly, embarrassing, and while Christopher Eccleston’s Malekith may look like the badass lovechild of Nosferatu and Legolas, he’s far from a compelling villain. This is not to mention a certain Deux ex Machina that rather staggers disbelief.But enough of cons! Thor 2, headed by the gritty sensibilities of Alan Taylor (Game of Thrones), takes the world built by Kenneth Branagh, and ups the stakes, the chemistry, and the characters to new heights! It takes place in a fully realized and visually stunning world (look out for Iceland doubling as the realm of the dark elves), but never loses it’s fantastic touch. Chris Hemsworth is (quite literally, erm) solid as Thor, but it is his supporting cast are the true scene stealers. Tom Hiddleston’s devilishly good Loki is a highlight; scheming, tricking, and lying his way through the movie, all with a glint in his green eyes and an air of sarcasm. Thor 2 would not be half of what it is without Hiddleston. It’s refreshing to see some brains instead of brawn in a superhero movie.Another reason to to thank the gods is the expanding of Idris Elba’s (that awesome charisma machine) character Heimdall, who, if not managing to *cancel* the apocalypse, at least delays it until further notice. Anthony Hopkins is gravely overqualified, but who cares – it’s Hopkins and he’s always excellent. Jamie Alexander, Rene Russo, and Natalie Portman each out-do their previous performances, and Kat Dennings is still absolutely hilarious. This is the most female-centric Marvel movie yet.The action, including a dazzling aerial fight in Asgard, a brutal battle in an Asgardian prison, a twisty, unpredictable corker of a double-cross in the dark world, and a visually stunning and often hilarious climax of a battle…is some of the best I have seen Marvel put forth yet. It was always riveting and much appreciated.In conclusion, Thor 2 sticks very closely to the tried-and-proven Marvel formula, meaning that there are some glitches and cliches. But on the whole, this is the best Marvel movie since The Avengers, and one of Marvel’s best (certainly outpassing IM2, IM3, THOR, and HULK). Leave your brain at the door and enjoy. Thor 2 is a triumph. 4.5 convergences out of 5!PS: As a total Norse mythology nut, I absolutely LOVED the mentions to Svartalfaheimr, Yggdrasil, and Midgard. I definitely recommend checking out the original myths; it makes the work Marvel has done so much more worthwhile! Cheers!
66 of 84 people found the following review helpful.
Great action, hilarious comedy, and character improvement make this a hit
By Noah Arsenault
Thor: The Dark World is, in short, a hit. With a new and different threat, the battle takes place behind the lines, in wastelands, and on metropolis Earth, rather than the cold world and small town scene of the first film. Trickery, subtlety, and cunning take the place of brute force this time, and it’s a good direction to take.The characters, for the large part now established, were furthered well. Malekith (Christopher Eccleston) was played well, but could have spoken up a great deal more near the end. It should have been more shocking when he finally spoke English, in fact I don’t recall the exact moment he started.The action in this film was great, but skipped a few beats at times, which is forgivable this time with Loki’s interchanges with Thor. Marvel did meet my expectations with intermittent comedy, once again. This sequel was full of it, and each time it was written and performed very well, and got a laugh from the whole audience.The movie is family-friendly except for fantasy violence, two moments of direct violence, partial nudity (a character is shown in public on television, but is thankfully censored), and less worrying details seen here. See it in 3D, see it in 2D, either works. 3D doesn’t stand out, for better or worse. All in all, Thor: The Dark World is worth seeing in cinemas.P.S. Stay after all the credits roll, and you’ll be doubly rewarded.I was given early access to see the film by Walt Disney Studios. I was not required to write a positive review, and the opinions here are my own.
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