Yet another MARVEL comic book transformed in movie. In my opinion, this one isn’t really that good. I’ll give it a 7.5/10 rate.
The story of three scientists: Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), Erik Selvig (Stellan Skarsgard) and Darcy Lewis (Kat Dennings) who go in the New Mexico desert to study an aurora borealis type phenomena, when suddenly a large lighting storm develops and they are driving right toward it. In the storm they hit a man and then they stop. They go out and see who they have hitten, a well-built blond haired man which is semi-conscious.
The narrator describes a battle in 900 AD between Frost Giants and Asgardians where the Asgards win and take over the power casket and return to their realm. The narator is Odin (Anthony Hopkins) who’s talking to his two sons, one an energetic blond, the other a thoughtful dark haired boy and he’s telling them that they both are worthy but only one can be king.
Years after that Asgard is having an ceremony where the blond, now the adult Thor (Chris Hemsworth), is being formalized as the crown prince, while his brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) looks on enviously.
There’s some action coming, fights, lightings and hammer hits, but I’ll let you to enjoy the rest while watching the movie. I think you’re curious how he ended up on Earth, aren’t you? Well, enjoy the movie!