Movie Review: Thor: The Dark World (2013)
The second outing to Asgard was not as invigorating as the first but rather was as yet fit for leaving most of the watchers adequately satisfied. However, regardless of whether the movie producers were completely mindful of what made the first film great, Thor: The Dark World scarcely conveyed anything practically identical to the first film.
Thor: The Dark World proceeds with the tale of its nominal character and covers the repercussions of the functions that occurred in The Avengers as Loki is brought to trial in Asgard and is condemned to life detainment. However, when an old foe returns to finish a fragmented work, the two siblings collaborate to spare all the realms from falling into interminable haziness.
Directed by Alan Taylor, Thor: The Dark World opens on a similar note as its archetype for example, with an introduction that anticipates the situations going to develop in the story. The screenplay spreads the outside of what is needed to investigate however never truly attempts to burrow somewhat more profound. Visuals and action offer just slight enhancements than last time whereas the Cinematography appropriately focuses on a hazier tone yet neglects to pull it off comprehensively. The story is finely paced, and Brian Tyler contributes with a decent score.
Going towards acting, the cast that was assembled in the first movie keeps on providing a pertinent function again aside from the villain who isn’t threatening in any way. While a couple of them are offered more to do with their characters, some actually figure out how to put on a show of being irritating. And honestly, the best thing about this movie is the chemistry between Hemsworth and Hiddleston as Thor and Loki. Both were very good in their given roles, particularly Hiddleston.
Overall, Thor: The Dark World irresolutely attempts to dive into a darker domain yet is loaded up with things that will keep the watchers from paying attention to it. I surmise most Marvel fans will presumably be happy with it however I can’t state the equivalent for newcomers in light of the fact that notwithstanding being a to some degree pleasant and engaging ride for the general population, Thor: The Dark World actually feels very empty from within.
K- SCORE: 55%
STW: 12/30, D: 10/25, C: 7/8, E: 3/5, A: 6/10, PVD: 10/12, S: 7/10