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Thor: The Hammer Of The Gods [Blu-ray]
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In the epic tale of The Hammer of the Gods, Thor sets out with his army of Vikings on a journey to discover foreign lands, in search of fame and honour. But when a scout goes missing on a strange island, the search party chance upon the terrified native inhabitants who are seemingly being terrorised by packs of savage werewolves. In a bid to save the islanders from the beasts, Thor must find the Hammer of the Gods a mighty and mythical weapon that can save the island, in the process creating a legendary hero: the mighty Thor.
Special Features: Trailer, Photo Gallery, DTS-HD MA 5.1 surround sound.
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It's better to count the things that are done RIGHT in "Thor: The Hammer of the Gods," because counting the things that are WRONG would probably take longer than the movie itself. It's a slow, clumsy mess of a movie with awkward acting and awful special effects -- not to mention a truly baffling Norse-gods-reincarnated plot that never starts making sense.
A group of Vikings head to a remote, mysterious island, where the rambunctious Thor (Zachery Ty Bryan) plans to set up a new kingdom with his brothers, saintly Baldur (Mac Brandt) and nasty Ulfrich (Daz Crawford, who is incapable of playing a non-villain). Guess who the villain is. But as soon as they land, werewolves start attacking their men, now that they've almost wiped out a Scandinavian colony. Werewolves. Why is this not cool?
But then Thor begins to see visions of a guy with a hammer fighting a giant CGI-snake. His conveniently psychic sister Freyja (Melissa Osborne) reveals that the werewolves are the offspring of Loki's son, the wolf Fenris, and they soon find that this is the place where the god Thor fought the World Serpent. What's more, Thor's hammer is on the island somewhere, and can only be found by the god's reincarnation and GUESS WHO IT IS.
"Thor: The Hammer Of The Gods" is a mesmerizingly bad movie -- it is a challenge to find anything that it does well. Plot holes. Logical errors (why are they wearing full armor at sea?). A hamfisted love triangle. Amateur CGI. A villain who is so obvious that he might as well have "evil" tattooed on his face. Costumes worthy of an underfunded community theater. And so on, and so forth.Read more ›
But yes, this movie isn't one of the best, if youre looking for a Viking epic.
The acting is mediocre by most participants..the audio track is unspectacular but clear..
Its shot in a rather generic manner..
Will I be moving my copy off to the local charity shop? No, as i said we collect Viking movies and support lowbrow independent film..
I'm just saying this film isn't for everyone..
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I hate to say it but this was very poor for the name of the movie.Published 18 months ago by Robert Rae Hughes