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Great movie!

By ccdiamonds
Written November 10, 2013
Thor fans will enjoy this next installment in the series. It's obvious the director and writers have an excellent understanding of the characters and the relationships between the characters. We really enjoyed the movie and can't wait for the next one!
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Stunning Graphics, disappointing movie

By rahulram20
Written November 09, 2013
As all Hollywood movies these days, the graphics was mind blowing. But thats like a benchmark standard for all movies. People spend too much time concentrating on that but totally neglect the story around. This first part was decent, this one is bad.
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Good Movie

By ddskg
Written December 02, 2013
Thor was a good movie. The angst between Thor and Loki is riveting. The plot weakens when it deals with Eric and the scientific staff. It doesn't add anything significant to the plot. I would rather see the turmoil being done on Thor's family. Stay through the ending credits.
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Typical Sci-Fi but with some fun surprises!

By vicborden
Written November 08, 2013
Fairly typical sci-fi movie with lots of explosions and dogfights between fighter spaceships. Natalie Portman has improved her acting skills since Star Wars. In fact, the acting was of a higher quality than what one typically sees in this type of movie. There was only a little bit of "potty language," and almost no sexual content. The movie was full of unusual comedy clips which were surprising. All-on-all, Thor: The Dark World, was entertaining and somewhat interesting. I would recommend it as mind-candy. Don't go if you're trying to find the meaning of life!
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Feel good story from Odinsons

By chimovielover07
Written December 03, 2013
The ups and downs of this movie keeps you on the edge of your seat. Thor and Loki played beautifully by Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston, trade brotherly barbs back and forth throughout the action.
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