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I was really hoping the movie would end already about 10 minutes before it actually did. It wasn't boring, but definitely not a movie I would recommend to anyone. There's absolutely no reason why I would, other than for how hot trashy lassy Riley Keough looks. I can't believe Steven Soderbergh directed this.
Oh and that singing girl was so disturbing haha.
Wow. I didn't really expect this to be great or anything, but it is surprisingly boring. The direction was so poor, along with the camera work, the story, everything. I probably would have fallen asleep if I had seen this at the theatre. It looks like a really lame 90's action movie.
Can you imagine the shithole they're going to turn Elysium into after the end? Hahaha.
A parody. A spoof movie with some incredible action scenes (especially the one at the beginning), some nice interactions between Thor and Loki, and Thor and The Hulk (inevitably eventually interrupted by forced humor), and a fantastic Cate Blanchett as Hela.
I honestly cannot believe that people find the God of Thunder throwing a ball at a window and have it bounce back and hit him on the head as something even remotely funny. That goes for the majority of the humor in this movie. After watching both Guardians of The Galaxy movies, you pretty much know what to expect. Absolutely every character is going to talk like a schoolgirl from California, everyone is going to act out of character from one moment to the next, and all expectations will be subverted for comical effect. The best example of this last point being the scene where Banner throws himself out of the flying craft to turn into the Hulk and help out in the fight near the end. Was there anyone watching this that didn't know he wasn't going to turn? That he was going to predictably fall flat on his face. Because this is supposedly funny? When the thing you thought was going to happen doesn't end up happening, and the character ends up in ridicule? I wouldn't mind it being predictable if it was funny, but honestly, it's just dumb. Want to turn a Valkyrie into a short brown girl? Whatever. Just make the character work. Seconds after this character's introduction, when she falls of her own spacecraft drunk off her ass, you know it isn't happening. So forced.
The fact that the movie doesn't even respect the moment of the complete annihilation of the physical kingdom of Asgard, just so the alien that speaks like a British dude can throw in another weak joke in, says everything. This is not a real Marvel characters movie, it's a spoof movie. It's what would come out if you took a serious script and turned it into a 2 hours long worth of Saturday Night Live sketches. There's nothing wrong with this, of course, if it works. But the fact that Marvel chooses to go this route with established heroes and villains, characters we are familiar with (do whatever you want with the Guardians of The Galaxy), shows how little faith they have in this particular Thor franchise. I hope we see less of these type of movies in the future. And if we do, I hope this type of pervasive, forced, dumb humor only infects characters we don't already know and love.
A superb cast wasted on a movie executed in a most silly way. As I was watching the introduction I thought to myself that the rest of the movie couldn't possibly follow this same style. It did, and by the time the diagram of the testicular procedure was literally drawn on the screen I gave up hope for this movie that tries too hard to come off as intelligent, edgy, and funny. If you want to understand the financial crisis of 2008, please watch the documentary "Inside Job". Skip this silly little movie.