I loved Avengers even more the second and third time I saw it
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@franchise1590: What villain or hero is going to support a movie without an arch-enemy or supporting cast? That goes for any character.
Yea, I mean Thor the dark worlds amazing supporting cast is what made it a good movie.
Batman can't be sued man....he's a vigilante.
Spidey has been chased by the cops for years. Can't sue somebody you can't catch
No, I like my cartoons to be like my cartoons.
As a christian I can tell you it is no sin to watch Thor, the above commenters are for the most part right, Except for the few who took the opportunity to insult god but never mind that. In the movie the asgardians themselves deny being gods. So unless you have been making sacrafices to Odin you have not sinned. True the character you see in the film is based on the pagan diety of old, but loosly. Thor of marvel is a christianized character, much like holloween you could say.
So i watched the new Thor movie, and as I suspected it was AWSOME. Like seriously best Superhero film I've seen for a long time, I thought the plot other then a decidedly weak main villain was pretty good.
The dynamic between the royal asgardian family ( Odin, Frigga, Thor, Loki) was really well put together. Also I thought the chemistry between Jane Foster and Thor was good as well.
I thought the action was rock on, though I would have had Thor kick a little more *** I really thought they did him justice as far as his strength goes. Though clearly the supporting cast made this movie just as much as Thor himself.
Along with the already mentioned, Heimdall was a beast.
I feel like maybe they should have explored the Jane Foster vs lady Siff thing, and though they touched on it I feel like that needed to be stressed a little more, but hey they have limited screen time right?
My only other complaint is I would've liked to see more of the warriors three this time around, but once again limited screen time.
Now that I'm done with my little mini-review I wanted to say I was surprised to find the totally aw some movie I just watched get such low ratings. Is it because the first Thor kind of sucked (IMO) and they figured they could just assume it'd be bad without watching it? or am I missing something? Fanboy goggles aren't blinding my judgment because I don't even like Thor that much, but I like the MCU and I thought they made an incredibly awesome movie for him. What do you guys think? Does the movie review industry have a hammer stuck up their crotches? or do I have seriously reevaluate my sense of taste?