“THOR” review (no spoilers) – Chris Hemsworth, Anthony Hopkins, Natalie Portman

Blind Film Critic Tommy Edison reviews the movie “Thor 3D”. Storyline: The powerful but arrogant warrior Thor is cast out of the fantastic realm of Asgard and sent to live amongst humans on Earth, where he soon becomes one of their finest defenders. Starring Chris Hemsworth, Anthony Hopkins, and Natalie […]

Blind Film Critic Tommy Edison reviews the movie “Thor 3D”.

Storyline: The powerful but arrogant warrior Thor is cast out of the fantastic realm of Asgard and sent to live amongst humans on Earth, where he soon becomes one of their finest defenders. Starring Chris Hemsworth, Anthony Hopkins, and Natalie Portman. Directed by Kenneth Branagh.


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TRANSCRIPT (Tommy Edison only)

Wow. “Thor 3D”. Something tells me this movie wasn’t made for blind people. Ha ha!

(title card)

C.G.I. What the hell is that?

(trailer)

You know, most movie I can follow with just performance and dialogue. That’s all I need. This movie… not so much. I think the story was much more visual than written. All the 3D stuff, not there. If they just went with the dialogue alone in this movie… I think it would have been about 35 minutes! Ha ha!

The great Chris Hemsworth! Ha ha! Sorry. He is a good leading man. He’s believable as Thor. Superhero or bad guy or tough guy, yeah, absolutely. He’s not that tough-sweetheart though at the same time.

I think Natalie Portman worked nice and hard at this. I mean, when she was just an uptight scientist and stuff, it was very believable. And then she softens for Thor. You kinda get that too. I didn’t think he brought to much to it though.

There are a lot of laughs in the first 45 minutes. It’s pretty well paced and you’re having a good time and enjoying the characters and stuff. And then all of a sudden, no more laughs. What happened? Can’t we still have fun when the plot is going?

Now I get that there is some pretty heavy things going on in this movie. You can tell. I mean, the way the audio is and the use of sound and the tremendous effects. I’m hearing a lot of sound I’ve never heard before. So I can tell it’s very intense…. but still sort of thin for me.

So, for Thor 3D, huh, wooh… I’m going to give it 2 out of 4 eyes open.

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I’m Tommy Edison, the Blind Film Critic. I’m “thorry.” Ha ha!


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