Oh, don't worry, kids! This is still part of the 26 Days of Christmas!
Why? Because even S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Melinda May says, "Thor is dreamy!"
The gratuitous naked shot of Chris Hemsworth for the ladies aside, this is one rare sequel that I think surpasses the original.
The movie begins with a look back to Odin's father Bor and his battle with the Dark Elves of Svartalfheim. Of course, this sets up the Dark Elf king's oath of revenge as we jump to the present. Thor and his buddies are cleaning up the rebellions that broke out thanks to the destruction of the Bifrost at the end of the first Thor movie.
Thor's human love Jane gets infected with floating red crap the dark elf plans to use to destroy Asgard. Big battle starts...
And that's when things get really fun. Loki's in prison due to the events of the Avengers movie. And Thor has no one left to help him save his girlfriend and the Nine Realms except his insanely jealous, power hungry, possibly sociopathic, brother.
1) Naked Chris Hemsworth. (Really? What did you think #1 was going to be?)
2) The incredible Tom Hiddleston making Loki sympathetic and loveable.
3) Zachary Levi playing Fandral was FUCKING incredible. I knew Joshua Dallas, who played the lothario in the first movie, couldn't do The Dark World because of his commitment to Once Upon a Time. But seeing Levi's name in the credits? My estimate of Levi went up a thousand fold.
4) Stellan Skarsgard is incredible as the comic relief.
Um...uh...not enough naked Chris?
Seriously though, Chris can act. When I saw Star Trek (2009), I questioned why Abrams didn't cast him as Jim Kirk, instead of George Kirk.
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