The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Animated fantasy has violence, some drinking, and innuendo.
Don't judge this DVD by its cover: the movie might as well be called Young Thor or I Was a Teenaged Norse Deity!
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.
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.
This is a mixed bag of a cartoon. Has nothing to do with the movie that just came out. It's basically a small story of Thor and Loki as teenagers. Kids will probably love it, but adults who like Thor and Marvel in general, will probably just shrug like me and say "could have been better." The teenager thing is a different take on Thor, but it's not very interesting and honestly kind of pointless. Oh well, guess it could have been worse too.
Really enjoyable movie covering the early years of Thor and Loki. This enhances the theatrical movie, without kissing it's ass. For example, it still takes many designs from the original source material, even if it conflicts with the more popular movie. Seeing the realms of Asgard in animation is wonderful, as there is less of a restraint. The character arcs of Thor and Loki are also very impressive. Their relationship is shown as one of true love, but we see their reactions to taking life. This isn't Thor Jr. and though the animation is kind of childish, there are many great themes here that would be welcome in The Avengers or any Thor sequels.
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