The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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I Am Thor is an amusing show business tale that is all the more endearing for the respect it shows towards the eccentric and indomitable figure at its center.
A charming subject goes a long way in character-study doc I Am Thor, an imperfect but energizing portrait of self-styled metal god Jon Mikl Thor.
Striking the right good-natured tone between admiration and amusement, "I Am Thor" isn't particularly slickly or imaginatively packaged, but its straightforward DIY presentation feels apt.
Had a little more distance been maintained, I Am Thor likely would have achieved a more honest account of the ascent of Jon.
Mostly feelgood tale that's an even more absurd Anvil: The Story of Anvil - but with muscles. And arguably even more compelling bandmates...
It isn't as skillfully put together as the very similar Anvil! The Story of Anvil, but it has undeniable appeal as a strange glimpse of what used to be mainstream and what is now a very small subculture.
Highly entertaining...Thankfully, Thor's charisma is undeniable, and it's fun to watch him interact with fans and dominate the stage.
Jon Mikl Thor is a showman and a stalwart, a flat-out legend, and I AM THOR is the often uproarious, and sometimes quite poignant, love letter he deserves.
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