Thor (2011) 1080p BrRip X264 - 1.61 GB - YIFY [NEW]
He plays the role of Thor's uncle. With the help of two smart-asses named Bub and Dopey, he convinces Thor to take him to America to help solve his financial problems. While there, he recruits Thor to fight in a professional wrestling match, as is the custom of his people in this universe. Once in the ring, Thor proves himself to the wrestling gods by destroying both of his opponents at the same time. As a result, he is granted divine powers, and is personally recognized as the new God of Thunder.
Thor (2011) 1080p BrRip X264 - 1.61 GB - YIFY
He is portrayed by Chris Hemsworth. Thor is the prince of Asgard and the God of Thunder. As the youngest son of Odin (portrayed by Idris Elba), he is the de facto ruler of Asgard. He is an immortal warrior who possesses a rich and varied vocabulary.
Thor learns from the famous Odin the True King that his death is unavoidable and that the moment of his death must be calculated by the gods. He also learns that he will be going to Earth to rescue his sister Hela, who was imprisoned in New Asgard by his brother Loki. He also comes to understand that his destiny on Earth must take priority over his personal relationship with Sif (portrayed by Natalie Portman). He ultimately is responsible to protect his kingdom and to maintain the peace in the Nine Realms. He has to balance the conflict between what he knows he must do and who he is.
In the film, it is revealed that all of the Gods, due to the fact that they are all exiled from Asgard, have gone to Earth, and there Asgard is to stay. Thor/Chris is waiting for the necessary hero's to come save Asgard from the God Butcher, Gorr, the God Butcher. In this film, the Gods have to travel in order to get to Earth. The Gods try to make an impact on Earth, and it just kind of goes downhill from there. The plot was stupid, the acting was wooden and the writing seemed forced.The execution of the CGI in this film seemed shoddy and ill-put together. The CGI looked amateurish, and not well-thought out. The actors look like they are doing it to get by for the most part, even Hogan, the God of thunder looked as though he was having fun with the character. The special effects seemed to take second place. There were many times throughout the film when I would be watching something, and then it would cut to a scene of a CGI Hulk or other CGI creatures, and then the scene would cut back to an acting scene. There were other times when the CGI was used and it would hold up the rest of the film.Perhaps what was most disappointing about this film was the writing. The story was severely lacking. There was an issue with the dialog that the script writer used for dialog in the film. The dialog sounded like it was written in an attempt to get an Action movie to the screen. The dialog was not well thought out, and the problems with the dialog distracted from the story of the movie. There was not enough thought given to the dialog of the story. That made all of the dialog sound like a script that was written for a better version of this film.Overall, you may ask, what is there to like about this movie? The most positive thing about the movie was that, while I don't like to see super hero films, at least this one had a storyline that wasn't completely garbage. I tried not to judge the film based on the other films of The Asylum, I wanted to give it a shot. I am glad that I did. However, it just wasn't worth watching. I got to the point where I thought it was going to be bad, and then it got slightly better. The rest of it was just about as bad as possible. The one thing that I did like about the film was the special effects. The special effects were great, although many times I would think that the CGI looked like it was filmed on a cell phone. The CGI in the film was extremely poor. The CGI looked unfinished, and the CGI in the film were often times not well thought out. This isn't to say that the CGI wasn't well-thought out in the good places. There were many instances where the CGI in the film did look amazing. As far as the dialogue goes, the script did not have good comedic timing. The dialogue often ended up being very cheesy. The dialogue in the film often ended up sounding as if the writer could never take a normal word.Overall, the only thing that I liked about this film was the special effects. The dialogue was terrible, the story was shoddy, and the writing was poor.The lack of faith that the director had in this film is evident in the fact that only one poster was created for the film. The poster for the film simply depicted Chris, the main character, holding a hammer.