Almighty Thor

2.7

Almighty Thor
  • Christopher Ray

  • 07 May 2011

  • Fantasy

  • USA

  • 87 min

  • 2.7

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When a demon god steals the Hammer of Invincibility, Thor strikes a mighty blow to get it back.


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Jim

Karma56740

Grade

B+

thanks for the comments17 September 2011

good to know.

mark

Karma55

Grade

C+

opinion12 July 2011

nice film

Groo

Karma53908

Grade

F+

Painful22 May 2011

I don't crap much on films, but this one deserves it. It is badly done on every point: acting, directing, script, story, effects, costumes, editing... Thor seems geeky. Actors don't seem to have been given much direction (nor training with weapons)... it feels like a bunch of amateurs got... more

richie74

Karma289742

Grade

B+

thanks for the comments20 May 2011

gives us info.

Karma69354

Grade

D+

IMDb.com webpage19 May 2011

If you visit the IMDb.com webpage you will find the following comment on this movie.

"I have been a Thor fan since the first editions came out when I was a boy. This movie was a horrible adaptation of a great legend. The casting was terrible, the acting bad and the graphics seemed twenty... more

Karma69354

Grade

D+

Don't expect much19 May 2011

I saw this just last week. I hoped that it would be a real good prelude to the movie THOR now playing. This was a low budget film. It did not come close to the Thor in the comic books. The plot was weak and so was the storyline and acting. I'm not saying don't watch it. I'm just warning you to... more

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