🎦 Thor: The Dark World full movie HD download (James Gunn, Alan Taylor) - Action, Adventure, Fantasy. 🎬
Thor: The Dark World
Action, Adventure, Fantasy
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James Gunn, Alan Taylor
Zachary Levi as Fandral
Rene Russo as Frigga
Stan Lee as Bus Driver
Ray Stevenson as Volstagg
Natalie Portman as Jane Foster
Stellan Skarsgård as Dr. Erik Selvig
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Algrim / Kurse
Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis
Idris Elba as Heimdall
Storyline: Thousands of years ago, a race of beings known as Dark Elves tried to send the universe into darkness by using a weapon known as the Aether. Warriors from Asgard stop them but their leader Malekith escapes to wait for another opportunity. The warriors find the Aether and since it cannot be destroyed, they try to hide it. In the present day, Jane Foster awaits the return of Thor although it has been two years since they last saw once another. In the meantime, Thor has been trying to bring peace to the nine realms. Jane discovers an anomaly similar to the one that brought Thor to Earth. She goes to investigate, finds a wormhole, and is sucked into it. Back on Asgard, Thor wishes to return to Earth but his father, Odin refuses to let him. Thor learns from Heimdall, who can see into all of the realms, that Jane disappeared. Thor then returns to Earth just as Jane reappears. However, when some policemen try to arrest her, an unknown energy repulses them. Thor then brings Jane to Asgard to ...
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Lacks plot, acting and substance
If you like fantastical characters and fantastical worlds that make as much sense as going to the local crack house for vitamins, then this film is for you.

Its a cruel world were you spend your hard earned cash on such an over all bad film experience.

Sorry I could not find anything constructive to say about this film. I struggled all the way through until finally (three quarters through) I give up and left the cinema.

As this is my very first review I even ran out of words to fulfill the unnecessary 10 lines of containment text to leave a comment. :(
My review of Thor: The Dark World (2013)
Being directed by Alan Taylor; I had high expectations for this film, even though I don't think I've ever seen one of his films I have watched episodes he has directed for TV (The Sopranos, Rome, and Game of Thrones). Chris Hemsworth reprises his role as Thor and Natalie Portman returns as Jane to re-spark the romance that was (thankfully) left out of The Avengers. One of the first problems I noticed with the film was that the dialogue was really bad; a lot of the time it added nothing to the story or characters. An example of this is that we get the same explanation of the 'Convergence' from about three or four different characters. Yes, I get it; it's a major plot point, MOVE ON! And the time that isn't dedicated to hammering in information that we already know, is filled with unnecessary quips and one-liners. One of the worst culprits of this is Loki; there's almost an entire scene where he just makes some really terrible jokes, I just wanted him to shut up for the rest of the film. Although I will say I do actually like the character of Loki (despite the fake deaths); he is a good character played by a good actor and they do give him some great moments (His part in the ending of the film is pretty cool; don't worry I won't ruin it for you). I did feel that the relationship between him and his "mother" Frigga (Rene Russo) was a bit forced as I didn't really get the feeling of a deep connection between those two in the first film. On the other end of the spectrum; a love triangle between Thor, Jane and Sif is introduced and doesn't get built up at all throughout the film, ultimately leading to nothing anyway, so what was the point? Most of the action scenes in this film just made me question how the Asgardians had defeated the Dark Elves before, considering they have those awesome grenades. The film excels in special effects and they did a great job in creating the beautiful Asgard set. With some great music to build the excitement of the scene, it proved to be a really enjoyable piece of action. I was very disappointed to realise that Malekith (Christopher Eccleston) is a terrible villain; firstly I downright didn't like the look of the Dark Elves, their motive was really bad; they don't like the light though at most it's of a slight annoyance to them, like a fly that keeps flying in front of your face (doesn't mean you have to destroy the universe). The Dark Elf on steroids was really the antagonist; if you're going to watch the film, watch it for this guy, he's pretty cool, Malekith just ends up looking like the damsel in distress. The ending was nothing inspired; the teleporting around was pretty cool but the novelty wore off after the second time. I hated how they end up defeating Malekith; it was boring and predictable and made no lasting impression. All in all this film was below average. Though I thought the directing and special effects were very good, the writing on the other hand was awful; it had bland characters and an uninteresting story filled with pointless dialogue. Even the actors didn't seem to care about this movie. Some of the action scenes were good but that was mostly down to the visual effects and music. And even though it was nice not to have Loki as the antagonist; Malekith was just plain awful.
Avenger Franchise has Lost its Steam

We just saw the movie today and we wished we hadn't wasted the money. The movie was way too fast paced, we could not absorb what was going on at times and we could not grab hold of the characters., with the exception of Loki. Plus the last hour or so of the movie became terribly predictable and simply boring. The first two Iron Man movies were fantastic, the first Thor and Captain America movies were great, but not with the disappointment of Iron Man 3 and not Thor 2 I feel that the Avengers franchise has lost its steam.... I have a feeling that too many hands are in the pot now in these movies and it is ruining the quality. I only hope that it doesn't carry over to the Star Wars franchise.
A visually stunning mess
Gotta say, digital eye candy can be pretty astonishing. Wish I could look at the worlds they created all day. Screensaver maybe?

But as for what's going on in front of all this stunning art direction, it's all pretty ridiculous and confusing. Honestly, by the end I just got tired of things smashing and breaking for no real reason, and found myself desperately hoping the thing would just end already. The scenes with Loki were the film's saving grace; while he was around, I found myself interested. But trying to make sense out of all the rest of this slop just made me tired and frustrated. I'd gladly watch about half of it again with the sound off, and I recommend the film highly to the deaf community.

Surprised to see it's so highly rated here. Well, I guess that's what passes for entertainment today.
Just Wonderful! Packed with action, heartfelt emotion, humor, drama and intensity.
Thor The Dark World is brilliant and completely tops the first film. There are a lot of extremely funny bits in it as well as some dark and moving moments. Probably a much funnier movie than it had any right to be given the subject matter. Loki is done perfectly and the dialogue between him and Thor is superb.

If you're a fan of the first, this certainly won't disappoint at all. Without spoiling anything, the scale of this film is very Avengers-like in that the action pieces are amazing. During a sequence halfway through, I literally turned to my friend and said, "this is freakin' awesome".

Needless to say, I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. Each frame is packed with action, heartfelt emotion, humor, drama or intensity. I was expecting to simply see crazy mythology with monsters destroying the landscape of the nine realms for two hours. Instead, I was shocked at the depth and complexity of this film. You definitely need your brain and your heart turned on for this one, unlike other CGI mishmashes. If you want a movie with just dumb action and no plot then stay away from this exceptional film. The performances are top tier and the visual effects may be the best I've seen this year. I have to join the majority of people and even critics that are praising this film. It's a true joy and such a pleasant experience.
Latest adventure of "Thor" is a narrative mess
It seems that film goers nowadays have a sudden fascination with the God of Thunder known as Thor. For three years in a row, a film based on the popular superhero has been released each year. In 2011, director Kenneth Branagh released "Thor", a solid introduction for newcomers to the comic book character. Last year, writer-director Joss Whedon brought us "The Avengers" in which Thor battled Loki and his forces with the help of Iron Man, Captain America, and the Hulk. Now, we have director Alan Taylor's "Thor: The Dark World", the latest film on the adventures of Thor and also the weakest.

Summarizing the plot to this sequel is almost pointless given the narrative's sloppiness and confusion. Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is back in his home world of Asgard where he is being prepared to eventually take his father's (Anthony Hopkins) place as king of Asgard. His adopted brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) is imprisoned in the dungeons of Asgard for his actions in the previous films mentioned earlier. When Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), Thor's love interest from Earth, is accidentally transported to another world and a powerful weapon infects her body, Thor must do what he can to save Jane's life before the Dark Elf Malekith (Christopher Eccleston) tries to destroy her.

From that plot summary, it would not sound as if it was too confusing, right? Well, now let's add several subplots into the mix. These subplots involving a romantic triangle with Thor, Jane, and Thor's childhood friend Sif (Jaimie Alexander), exposition regarding Malekith, Jane hitting it off with a man on Earth, Jane's fellow scientist Erik (Stellan Skarsgard) running around naked on television (No joke), and Jane's other assistant scientist Darcy (Kat Dennings) having an intern. What makes the narrative to this film so frustrating compared to the original film is that these subplots either put the narrative to a screeching halt or are not compelling and well developed enough to belong in the story.

The subplot involving Darcy and her intern could have easily been edited out since it completely distracts from the tone that this film was creating. The love triangle between Thor, Jane, and Sif could have also been taken out of the final cut since it was barely even there to begin with. Malekith is one of the most forgettable villains in recent memory due to zero character development, generic designs, and a lack of excitement on screen. Anyone who hasn't read any of the comic books based on Thor will most likely be the first to become confused by the dialogue and the plot of this film since it is that foreign to understand or even get into.

What director Taylor does do well with this follow-up is incorporating challenging dilemmas for Loki between him, his foster mother (Rene Russo), and Thor. Nothing else can be discussed further on this matter since it deals with heavy spoilers, but that part is handled well. Aside from that, "Thor: The Dark World" is a narrative mess.
Fairy thor mother of Arseguard.
This movie is from the schoolgirls by the schoolgirls for the schoolgirls and, when I say schoolgirls I mean really juvenile schoolgirls, immature at best. This is an exercise in cheer-leading. This movie is for those that believe the moon is made of cheese, candies grow on trees and in running streams of chocolate milk. Not that there's anything wrong with it but I thought the premise was the damnation of the universe.

Yes, the end of light in the universe by crazy testosterone infused elves nonetheless, one of who is African by the way. The only thing standing in their way is Arseguard. Pertinent to its name everyone at arseguard is involved with, you guessed it, saving their own bottoms while their prince thor is involved with baby sitting his honeypot.

There are some decent graphics but you'll be hard pressed to watch an explosion here, a spaceship there and whops you need new glasses.
This film did not seem to do it for me.
I guess it may be the fact that I never actually got into comic books (beyond Asterix and Tintin that is) that this movie didn't really appeal to me. I guess in another way that I did not find that mixing the gods of the Norse pantheon with the world of superheroes really worked all that well. To me it just seemed to be wrong. Okay, I understand that Thor is the member of the Avengers, and the comic series that bears his name is quite popular, but to me parts of this film did not seem to work. In fact I found it quite boring.

Okay, I did manage to spot Stan Lee, and I did like a couple of the twists at the end, but I am also glad that I missed the end-end sequence (as opposed to the end sequence) but then I have never been one who really wants to sit through a bunch of credits just to see the end scene. Some people suggest that we should sit through all the credits to acknowledge the contribution that the people made to the movie, however that may be, and they are entitled to that view, but my understanding is that if your name is in the credits it means a lot more than just me seeing it. I my name was in the credits to a movie I would rather potential employers see it because that is evidence that I have experience working on a film set.

Also, the other thing that gripped me with this film was the numerous references to 'The Avengers'. Now, I have seen The Avengers, but it was over a year ago and I simply cannot remember much of what happened in that film. The references in Ironman 3 were okay because that assumed that you had seen the film but may not have remembered many of the details (I remember a giant centipede flying around New York City and Robert Downey Jnr) whereas this film seemed to assume a working knowledge and deep familiarity with The Avengers, something which simply did not work for me.
Winter release action film leaves me feeling cold and dead inside.
My 'Summary' may be a bit of an exaggeration, but thinking back at parts of the film makes me feel like this could have been so much more.

Firstly I'd like to say that I enjoyed most of the film. The Dark Elves looked quality with their Armour and masks etc. Thor was good. Loki was better. Special effects were great. Fighting and action scenes were a good example of how to show action without the use of shaky cam, which is far too common in "family Friendly" action films these days.

The main issue I had with the film was the humour. It was way out of balance. In particular, Dennings' character. I didn't care about her. In the first film they had a great balance with the seriousness, action and humour. Dennings was in the background and said the odd dopey thing, but in this film they really shoved her silliness down your throat and ramped up the jokes which ruined the balance of the film. She had way too much air time for a character irrelevant to the story.

Hiddleston Was great as always.

Rene Russo looked like a bad-ass with her blade.

Anthony Hopkins was....Anthony Hopkins

Thor's friends weren't in it enough.

Thor has some issues for wanting to be with Portman over Jaimie Alexander. Mad man.
Why you can't miss this movie.
Thor: The Dark World is an awesome movie. It has great music. Some of the best action scenes. Effects are mind blowing. A scene Loki and Thor that takes your breath away. Loki is what makes the film.Tom Hiddleston plays the role as if born to. He brings something to the screen that no one else could've. There is a good bit of comedy and emotion bouncing back and forth between Thor and Loki. Jane and Thor get back together (obviously from the picture) and Thor has been watching over her.Chris Hemsworth has been bringing peace to the 9 realms after the great Battle of New York. An old power thought to be extinct threatens Jane and the world. watch and see the twists and turns and pain they have to go to just save the world yet again.
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