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Thor: The Dark World 2013 Subtitles

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(952) IMDb 7.1/10
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When Jane Foster is possessed by a great power, Thor must protect her from a new threat: the Dark Elves.

Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman
1 hour, 52 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Action & Adventure
Director Alan Taylor
Starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman
Supporting actors Tom Hiddleston, Anthony Hopkins, Christopher Eccleston, Jaimie Alexander, Zachary Levi, Ray Stevenson, Tadanobu Asano, Idris Elba, Rene Russo, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Kat Dennings, Stellan Skarsgård, Alice Krige, Clive Russell, Jonathan Howard, Ramone Morgan, Obada Alassadi, Imaan Chentouf
Studio Disney
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mark Baker - Carstairs Considers TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 17 Jun. 2015
Format: Blu-ray
I'm still trying to catch up on movies I missed in the theater in 2013. One of those was Thor: The Dark World, so when I saw a friend had bought it, I snagged it right away. (Yeah, I watched it that week and returned it.)

The story picks up after TheAvengers. Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is busy fighting across all the realms to keep any dark and powerful forces at bay. As a result, he is being treated as a hero and his father Odin (Anthony Hopkins) thinks that he might be ready to become king.

The one thing holding him back is Jane Foster (Natalie Portman). He loved this mortal woman, much to Odin's dismay. However, she has just stumbled on an anomaly in London that could kill her. Even worse, it means the Dark Elves, a race that had supposedly been defeated a millennia ago, want her to drain this anomaly from her and use it to take over the nine realms.

I have noticed some issues with superhero movies. The first one is always an origin story, and it slows the movie down while we wait for the hero to gain their powers and come to terms with it. Then, in the sequel, they have to up the stakes by giving us two villains. I actually have to respect this movie because it doesn't try to do that. Instead, it just tells us the next chapter of the story with the next villain. Okay, so you could argue there is an army, but they act as one, therefore one villain.

This allows time for some character development, which I felt was a strong point of the film. Through the action, we got to know many of these characters better, which made us care about the outcome.

However, I must admit I was disappointed with Jane in this movie. Yes, the love interest is pretty much there just to get in trouble and provide motivation for the hero.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matt on 6 Aug. 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This film arrived with a lot of expectation from me, i very much enjoyed the first film, but with a new director could this be built upon?
On the whole the answer is yes, this feels like a much more epic adventure, bolder and bigger in scale than the first film. The cast are good as a whole, and the minor charactors are still stealing every scene they are in. My problems with the film are the same as everyone elses, Malekith the dark elf is tragically underused as the main protagonist, with no motivation of depth. Relying on Loki again after the Avengers shows a lack of confidence in the world for me, it is time to rest him for awhile before he loses his impact.
The humour does at times seem misplaced, there are great one liners and sight gags at times, but at others it just seems a bit over the top and misjudged.
Overall although these affect the film i still enjoyed it immensely and will happily watch it again.
The Extras on this DVD are disappointing to say the least, but that is often the way now for DVD releases.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Richard Morton on 15 Mar. 2014
Format: DVD
As much as I love the grim and gritty world of Christopher Nolan's Batman flicks (if you haven't seen them, why not?) there's a huge amount to like about Marvels current output. The Dark World follows the themes of The Avengers and Iron Man 3 by taking seriously serious events and injecting them with a sense of humour. These films are fun and sit nicely alongside DC's more straight faced approach to the comic book conversion genre.

If you liked the first Thor film you get plenty more of what you've paid for here. Thor, Loki, Odin, Idris Elba and various other Gods all return for similar action but this time around there's more action with less exposition, the plot fairly races along. The height point of this being a Marvel team up (ahem) involving Thor and his nefarious brother. Can Loki be trusted? Who in Asgard knows? Tom Hiddlestone is clearly having awesome fun playing the character again and he's the best thing in the film.

There's plenty more wit and invention to be found as well. Highly recommended from me.
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96 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Nichola Thorpe on 13 Jan. 2014
Format: DVD
After the life-changing The Avengers, every nerd worth their salt has been dying to know What Thor Did Next. (A reality show HAS to be in the pipeline, right? Like a Real Housewives of Asgard thing, with wonderful asides of Loki judging everybody and... okay, getting off track here.) Iron Man 3 didn't give us any clues what our favourite burly demi-god has been up to, and here we learn why: he hasn't had time to pop by Earth just yet, as he's been busy restoring peace all over the universe. Seems a good excuse to me, mate, but I'm not sure Jane will take it so well!

Befitting director Alan Taylor's Game of Thrones heritage, this time we come to a darker, grimier Asgard. Gone is the shiny, futuristic gadgetry of Branagh's Thor; instead, everything starts falling apart around out ears five minutes in. There are tears in this film, and real losses that change characters forever. The first film was a fish-out of-water tale; Thor was an arrogant boy who needed to grow up and fall in love. Here, he's been there, done that and bought the T-Shirt: this time, he means business, and he's taking everything seriously with a much more mature head on his shoulders, and to Hemsworth's credit, he delivers this as effortlessly as he did the buffoonishness of the character in the predecessor. But it's Hiddleston who's the real treat. He has been excellent in both Thor and The Avengers, but he surpasses himself here. This film really delves into Loki's powers as the god of mischief (watch out for a particularly hilarious, blink-and-you'll-miss-it scene where he transforms into somebody familiar...) and makes a real meal out of his trickiness. And oh, what a delicious meal it is! His murky past, unclear loyalties and surprise alliances are riveting to watch.
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