Thor was seen in 3D…

So I saw Thor last night. In 3D I might add, the movie in itself was really great. I liked it a lot, and can’t wait to the the Captain America movie. The only downside In my opinion was the 3D. Sure it was cool in some scenes, but for most times it was just irritating and pretty hard to follow sometimes. It might have been our cinema that had some half crappy 3D stuff, but I’m not impressed. And it really hurt my eyes afterwards. So I won’t be watching anymore 3D movies in that cinema at least, I don’t want to have eye pain. I honestly didn’t feel well after that experience with 3D, I was feeling strange all night. The movie is based on the comic from Marvel about the god of thunder, Thor. I was not to familiar with the character, I’ve had some previous encounters with the character via Avengers: Eart’s Mightiest Heroes.

I’m not going to go into detail about the movie or characters. Thor is arrogant and ignores his fathers, Odin’s wishes. He thinks he knows best and gets into a whole lot of trouble, for that Odin exiles him from Asgard. He lands in our world “Middle Earth”. He has been striped of his powers and like us he is a mere mortal, this banishment torments Odin. Since he has hopped to make Thor the new king of Asgard. He is fatigued and collapse, he enters the Odin sleep, in which he rejuvenates his powers. This makes his brother Loki, the new king of Asgard.
And If you are familiar with some of the Nordic stories of the gods, you can probably guess where this is headed. As I said before the movie was great and they make a couple of hints at other Marvel characters, like Hulk and Iron Man. And I love stuff like that. The action was kick ass and the slower story parts very good. I think they build up Thor’s movie universe pretty good, I can’t wait to see all of the Avengers assembled in the Avengers movies.

Chris Hemsworth as Thor and Natalie Portman as Jane Foster

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