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Thor carries a Shakespearean majesty in its storytelling.
The regal & grandeur of the mythos of Asgard is presented with real gravitas exploring compelling themes of family, fatherhood and humility in a sophisticated tale of brothers at war & a story of a god king becoming a humble man.
A timelessly resonant hero origin story.
An underwhelming, yet effective psychological thriller.
Much chips away at the movie as it results in an undercooked climax and how... "easy"? it feels. I'm also not a fan of how it pretends to disguise itself as a European art-house horror, it injects an unnecessary and superficial degree of pretentiousness that is unwelcome.
However, the journey is intense in its exploration of paranoia and the insecurities of being enveloped in a new, unknown, environment. The atmosphere created by Okuno is…
Harrelson and Hart's chemistry make this watchable enough and there is one memorable action sequence, but it comes far too close to the end after the film has exhausted any goodwill from the audience.
That's about as high as the bar is set for this.
The premise is fun enough, but the movie as a whole lacks any distinct charm or comedic moments, no joke, exchange or moment is particularly funny nor are is the action as a whole any…