Thor: Tales Of Asgard

2011

Thor: Tales Of Asgard

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Follow The Mighty Thor of Asgard on his first great adventure as he quests for the mythical Lost Sword of Surtur. With his brother Loki by his side and the swaggering Brothers Three to help fend off the forces of evil, Thor embarks on a clandestine treasure hunt that quickly turns treacherous. Upon discovering that the very future of Asgard hangs in the balance, the fearless warrior must prove his strength in order to embrace his magnificent destiny.

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Critic Reviews for Thor: Tales Of Asgard

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Audience Reviews for Thor: Tales Of Asgard

  • Sep 22, 2017
    Pretty entertaining Thor animated film, I like how they focused on more of a younger fragile Thor which worked well, The story was pretty good, The animations were ok in parts but sloppy in others, Some ok action scenes but it always felt like it never wanted to do anything out of the norm so it felt predictable at times, As far as Marvel animated films go it's above average and there's just enough humour for the kids to enjoy too.
    Jamie C Super Reviewer
  • May 31, 2012
    on the one hand, this was a very entertaining film, and a story about young thor certainly isnt a bad thing, but on the other hand i would have preferred them make a film featuring a mature thor. overall, a solid movie with a decent story.
    danny d Super Reviewer
  • Apr 08, 2012
    Meh. Thor: Tales of Asgard isn't a great movie, but it's not terrible either. It's Thor Lite, Teenage Thor, Kiddie Thor, Thor 90210. The animation looks about on par with the rest of the Marvel animated movie line, though the voice actors (especially Thor and Loki) have distractingly British accents. I keep coming back to one question: is this a story anyone really needed to see? With the live action Thor film and his various appearances, I'd say no. We know who this person is, generally speaking. Head strong, bullish...we don't need to see him disobey his father and cause a major problem like other young characters have done before. Ultimately, there is too much going on here and not enough emotional resonance. Thor does almost everything wrong in this film and, in the end, he is forgiven because of one good decision.
    Jason V Super Reviewer
  • Oct 08, 2011
    Before the hammer...came the sword. So-So movie. The story wasn't that attracting to me at the end. The animation was pretty good I must say. I guess I don't really like Thor in his beginning adventures since he didn't have the hammer yet. Thor all grown up is what I really like. Watch if your fan, you'll enjoy his beginnings. Follow The Mighty Thor of Asgard on his first great adventure as he quests for the mythical Lost Sword of Surtur. With his brother Loki by his side and the swaggering Brothers Three to help fend off the forces of evil, Thor embarks on a clandestine treasure hunt that quickly turns treacherous. Upon discovering that the very future of Asgard hangs in the balance, the fearless warrior must prove his strength in order to embrace his magnificent destiny.
    Manu G Super Reviewer

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