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Thor=C, Fandango=F

By nazcalito
Written May 16, 2011
I bought tickets on Fandango, didn't have a printer to print them out, and then went to the theater and showed them my credit card. The theater had no record that I had bought the tickets so I had to pay for them a second time. The movie was not worth double ticket prices that's for sure. Some of the 3d scenes looked like toys or something out of a video game. Whatever movie you go to don't use Fandango, they are no good. Just buy the tickets at the theater and you won't have to pay twice.
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By kdstubblefield
Written May 24, 2011
What a good summer movie! Lots of action and great visual effects and costumes. The best part that you could take family to see...very little "scary" violence. Little to no language problems etc for the younger kids.
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Nice look

By brucebanna
Written May 08, 2011
Great story and direction. Thor had a perfect balance of action and humor andgreat supporting roles such as Anthony Hopkins and Renee Russo.
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Thor Doesn't Disappoint...

By Johnson4466912
Written May 09, 2011
True there are a few changes to the Mythos, but overall a nice touch. Great job on casting, especially Anthony Hopkins as Odin. Asgard looks beautiful and the battle scenes are a real treat. If I must nitpick, I would say the Earth scenes seemed a bit the small city in Superman 2. It would have been interesting to see Thor in a more bigger setting to get a real feel of the awkwardness he would cause. I'm sure some die hards might have other issues, but from what I like about Thor is represented well in this movie. I don't want to give away anything, especially the "after the credits" clip all Marvel movies have had as of late, but there are a few gems that fans of the comics will notice.... All in all, I'd say this gets a solid 8/10 all around...
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Excellent special effects but mediocre story

By stefanily
Written May 08, 2011
There was no real character development other than for Thor and Loki. The characters were one dimensional and did not progress throughout the story. The Gatekeeper is probably the only memorable and funny character. The shift between the view of Earth and the homeland was disjointed and the characters were only good for one-liners. Go if you want to see amazing special effects but don't expect an amazing innovative storyline.
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