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(Deadline)   Thor thunders to the top of the Box Office with a $66 million opening weekend, while Fast Five takes second place with $35 million. The summer of the action blockbuster has returned   (deadline.com) divider line 52
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2011-05-08 10:07:54 AM  
Seen it. Not impressed. But it's just a setup film for The Avengers anyway. Captain America is as well, but I'm hoping for better from that one.
 
2011-05-08 10:47:37 AM  
So, summer has returned? Good to know. I was worried we'd skip straight to autumn.
 
2011-05-08 10:48:07 AM  
Isn't every summer the "summer of action blockbuster"?

I blame ID4
 
2011-05-08 10:52:12 AM  

Tozmo: Isn't every summer the "summer of action blockbuster"?

I blame ID4


I blame JAWS
 
2011-05-08 10:54:34 AM  
SPOILER

Wasn't the best of the Marvel films and I really wanted to see Hawkeye actually do something, but whatever. On to Cap.
 
2011-05-08 11:00:48 AM  
Make that $66 million and $18.00. I'll be seeing it this evening. They couldn't have possibly known that I was going so I wanted to make sure their sales figures were are accurate as possible.
 
2011-05-08 11:05:24 AM  
Saw it yesterday, was very pleasantly surprised. It had a high potential for cheesiness/awfulness and largely avoided that potential. And I'm fairly certain I'll say "We drank, we fought, we made our ancestors proud," after every night of drinking from now on.
 
2011-05-08 11:10:19 AM  
i210.photobucket.com

/Why not?
 
2011-05-08 11:32:20 AM  
After watching the previews and not seeing anything I liked, I was able to catch a free showing and was pleasantly surprised. Definitely a setup for the Avengers, but a pretty decent flick.

My friend who saw it with me, an aspiring comic writer and comic purist, hated it and called it "Masters of the Universe 2"

I understand his dislike, but he values comics as an artistic medium and sometimes can't see the forest from the trees. Oddly enough, he doesn't go full retard and call them "graphic novels."
 
2011-05-08 11:37:40 AM  

padraig: Tozmo: Isn't every summer the "summer of action blockbuster"?

I blame ID4

I blame JAWS


Dammit! Why does everyone always blame the jews.
 
2011-05-08 11:44:51 AM  
Saw it, liked it. The one problem I had with it was the action sequence for the final portion of the movie was nothing compared to the fight with the frost giants in the first half hour. It was a perfectly good story on Earth, if somewhat predictable, but holy crap, the frost giant fight was epic.
 
2011-05-08 11:50:17 AM  

MightyPez: After watching the previews and not seeing anything I liked, I was able to catch a free showing and was pleasantly surprised. Definitely a setup for the Avengers, but a pretty decent flick.

My friend who saw it with me, an aspiring comic writer and comic purist, hated it and called it "Masters of the Universe 2"

I understand his dislike, but he values comics as an artistic medium and sometimes can't see the forest from the trees. Oddly enough, he doesn't go full retard and call them "graphic novels."


Well, most people I know call self contained stories using the sequential art format 'graphic novels' and the monthly serials with changing creative staff and no planned end 'comics'.

So, watchmen = graphic novel, amazing spiderman = comic.
 
2011-05-08 11:53:09 AM  

Sun Worshiping Dog Launcher: Saw it, liked it. The one problem I had with it was the action sequence for the final portion of the movie was nothing compared to the fight with the frost giants in the first half hour. It was a perfectly good story on Earth, if somewhat predictable, but holy crap, the frost giant fight was epic.


Yep. Up through that point, I thought it might be pretty good, but then it fizzled out. I think the biggest problem is that Loki was pretty weak by Archnemesis standards. We spent the whole time trying to figure out his cunning plan to take over the universe, but it turns out he's just a petulent brat who wanted to spoil everything for everyone else and make Odin proud of him.
 
2011-05-08 11:55:15 AM  
I guess I've never been a fan of the Avengers. Can't work up the urge to care about seeing this and even skipped Iron Man 2.

I may see Captain America for Hugo Weaving and The Avengers for the Hulk, but otherwise the notion of these films earns a solid "meh."

/Holding out for Green Lantern and The Dark Knight Rises.
 
2011-05-08 11:56:36 AM  

MightyPez: After watching the previews and not seeing anything I liked, I was able to catch a free showing and was pleasantly surprised. Definitely a setup for the Avengers, but a pretty decent flick.

My friend who saw it with me, an aspiring comic writer and comic purist, hated it and called it "Masters of the Universe 2"

I understand his dislike, but he values comics as an artistic medium and sometimes can't see the forest from the trees. Oddly enough, he doesn't go full retard and call them "graphic novels."


Your friend is a douche.

/comic geek, the movie was a lot of fun.
 
2011-05-08 12:01:45 PM  
Good movie, great entertainment. Mighty Thor indeed.
 
2011-05-08 12:05:57 PM  
I liked it and I liked that Braunagh stuck with a lot of the actual mythology rather than go full comic. The explanation of Yggdrasil and the edification of Heimdallr's horn (though Heimdallr is known as the "whitest" of the gods) was spot on. I'm kind of disappointed that the Bifrost was broken without the influence of the Muspels (thereby signalling Ragnarok).

I think the movie could stand on its own -apart from Marvel - given the depth of the mythology.
 
2011-05-08 12:10:02 PM  
I liked it. I thought it was very much in the spirit of Iron Man, a fun comic book movie with a sense of humor and plenty of action. I think directors, unless you're Christoper Nolan, you're definitely better off directing your superhero movie this way.

I'm not at all familiar with the comic book Thor, so that may predispose me to enjoy the movie more since I have no expectations on things going in.
 
2011-05-08 12:16:06 PM  
I got dragged out to see it. Generic love story with superhero costumes thrown in to make you forget it was a generic love story.

There was a preview for captain America at the showing. The movies will be interchangeable.
 
2011-05-08 12:22:15 PM  

cgraves67: Yep. Up through that point, I thought it might be pretty good, but then it fizzled out. I think the biggest problem is that Loki was pretty weak by Archnemesis standards. We spent the whole time trying to figure out his cunning plan to take over the universe, but it turns out he's just a petulent brat who wanted to spoil everything for everyone else and make Odin proud of him.


Yeah, I was expecting some major scenery chewing, but his character was fairly low key.
 
2011-05-08 12:32:59 PM  

Need a Dispenser Here: I got dragged out to see it. Generic love story with superhero costumes thrown in to make you forget it was a generic love story.

There was a preview for captain America at the showing. The movies will be interchangeable.


Somewhere in my college past there was an expert who said that there were only 7 different themes to all stories. I don't remember all 7, but my teachers point for bringing this up was that ALL stories are repeats of known themes. It's a case of how well is it done- Are the protagonists interesting? Is the villain or conflict threatening? Are the witty lines, uh, witty?

Every time a major (read: Expensive) movie is released we are told by people much cooler than us that the move is just a repeat, clone or ripoff of Movie X . You know, like Avatar was Dances with Wolves, and the Last Samurai was Dances with Wolves, and Dances with Wolves was Pocahontas and and that all of them were Little Big Man. Except Big Trouble in Little China, which was the only original film made in the 20th century. But I digress.

A well written movie that is properly acted is good. The story it tells, even if it has a twist, has probably been done before, somewhere. Complaining about films being retreads is pointless- they are all remakes. Are they well written, directed and acted is the standard we should be using.
 
2011-05-08 12:34:55 PM  

swahnhennessy: So, summer has returned? Good to know. I was worried we'd skip straight to autumn.


That's called "kicking it, Scandinavian style."
/Today was the first nice day this year
 
2011-05-08 01:12:06 PM  
*SPOILER ALERT!!!*



My only gripe with Thor was that Chris Hemsworth only wore the helmet for ONE scene. What the hell, man?



*END SPOILER ALERT!!!*
 
2011-05-08 01:15:37 PM  

Mentat:
Yeah, I was expecting some major scenery chewing, but his character was fairly low key.


media.skateboard.com.au
 
2011-05-08 01:24:28 PM  

Steve Zodiac: Need a Dispenser Here: I got dragged out to see it. Generic love story with superhero costumes thrown in to make you forget it was a generic love story.

There was a preview for captain America at the showing. The movies will be interchangeable.

Somewhere in my college past there was an expert who said that there were only 7 different themes to all stories. I don't remember all 7, but my teachers point for bringing this up was that ALL stories are repeats of known themes. It's a case of how well is it done- Are the protagonists interesting? Is the villain or conflict threatening? Are the witty lines, uh, witty?

Every time a major (read: Expensive) movie is released we are told by people much cooler than us that the move is just a repeat, clone or ripoff of Movie X . You know, like Avatar was Dances with Wolves, and the Last Samurai was Dances with Wolves, and Dances with Wolves was Pocahontas and and that all of them were Little Big Man. Except Big Trouble in Little China, which was the only original film made in the 20th century. But I digress.

A well written movie that is properly acted is good. The story it tells, even if it has a twist, has probably been done before, somewhere. Complaining about films being retreads is pointless- they are all remakes. Are they well written, directed and acted is the standard we should be using.


[threadjack] whilst Avatar was fairly well acted, it was not only a beat for beat repeat of Dances right down to the leg injury, but the moustache-twirling Snidely Whiplash style general is, upon closer examination, a more sympathetic character than the alleged protagonist. [/threadjack]
 
2011-05-08 01:29:10 PM  
Loved the movie, and thought Loki was the best part of it. A 'villain' who you can empathize with and care about, even if you don't approve of his actions.
 
2011-05-08 01:45:49 PM  
This movie was awesome
btw i am a comic nerd, but i never got into the Avengers
 
2011-05-08 01:48:35 PM  

hufnmouth: I liked it and I liked that Braunagh stuck with a lot of the actual mythology rather than go full comic. The explanation of Yggdrasil and the edification of Heimdallr's horn (though Heimdallr is known as the "whitest" of the gods) was spot on. I'm kind of disappointed that the Bifrost was broken without the influence of the Muspels (thereby signalling Ragnarok).


if you know nothing about the comic, I bet this post reads like someone having a series of aneurysms while they typed it out.
 
2011-05-08 01:52:24 PM  
THOR SUCKED.
 
2011-05-08 01:55:04 PM  
I was left sort of luke warm by the movie. Nothing really stood out that I found annoying (except all the quick cuts in the fight scenes), but nothing stood out as exceptional either. There really wasn't much of a build up to the end. Barring the early frost giant scene the fight scenes for pretty forgettable. I will give it props for some great one liners and solid to good acting all around (except you Anthony Hopkins, at least pretend you care about the movie).

All in all I found it pretty run of the mill, but I think Kirk's dad did make an excellent Thor and am looking forward to the Avengers movie. Though I am curious if they are going to depower Thor somehow so that he isn't the unstoppable Norse killing machine he was in this movie.

Also, for those who haven't seen it yet, stick around through the credits.
 
Tui
2011-05-08 01:57:13 PM  
Thor: The movie about a guy with a hammer who tries to stop the Snow Miser from killing a pirate Santa.
 
2011-05-08 02:00:58 PM  

hufnmouth: I liked it and I liked that Braunagh stuck with a lot of the actual mythology rather than go full comic. The explanation of Yggdrasil and the edification of Heimdallr's horn (though Heimdallr is known as the "whitest" of the gods) was spot on. I'm kind of disappointed that the Bifrost was broken without the influence of the Muspels (thereby signalling Ragnarok).

I think the movie could stand on its own -apart from Marvel - given the depth of the mythology.


I loved Stringer Bell as Heimdall, but I also love how they are really aliens and not specifically the gods of Norse mythology. Anything not matching with mythology is the myths getting things wrong.
 
2011-05-08 02:39:29 PM  

Dr Quest DFA: I was left sort of luke warm by the movie. Nothing really stood out that I found annoying (except all the quick cuts in the fight scenes), but nothing stood out as exceptional either. There really wasn't much of a build up to the end. Barring the early frost giant scene the fight scenes for pretty forgettable. I will give it props for some great one liners and solid to good acting all around (except you Anthony Hopkins, at least pretend you care about the movie).

All in all I found it pretty run of the mill, but I think Kirk's dad did make an excellent Thor and am looking forward to the Avengers movie. Though I am curious if they are going to depower Thor somehow so that he isn't the unstoppable Norse killing machine he was in this movie.

Also, for those who haven't seen it yet, stick around through the credits.


Maybe he'll show 'mercy' to these mortals that he finds himself pitted against.

Then again, maybe they'll have some actual Super Villains for him to throw down against. Giant robots, Cube-empowered Skull, the Hulk(yes please), Loki-led invasion of Frost Giants.

I can't imagine an Avengers movie with them facing anything less. Frankly, I don't want to imagine a movie with them steamrolling a bunch of guys with guns.
 
2011-05-08 03:52:03 PM  
Coming in 2013: Thor 2: Please Thor's Hammer, Don't Hurt 'Em

/Liked Thor And Fast Five
 
2011-05-08 04:25:27 PM  
Saw Fast Five yesterday... pretty damn good

**Minor Spoiler**

The final chase scene reminded me of goofing off in Just Cause 2. Grapple hook a small car to a larger one and drive around with your car-whip of doom
 
2011-05-08 05:03:06 PM  
It's May 8th.
 
2011-05-08 06:49:05 PM  

Mart Laar's beard shaver: swahnhennessy: So, summer has returned? Good to know. I was worried we'd skip straight to autumn.

That's called "kicking it, Scandinavian style."
/Today was the first nice day this year


Hell yes it was.
 
2011-05-08 08:32:35 PM  

Infernalist: Dr Quest DFA: I was left sort of luke warm by the movie. Nothing really stood out that I found annoying (except all the quick cuts in the fight scenes), but nothing stood out as exceptional either. There really wasn't much of a build up to the end. Barring the early frost giant scene the fight scenes for pretty forgettable. I will give it props for some great one liners and solid to good acting all around (except you Anthony Hopkins, at least pretend you care about the movie).

All in all I found it pretty run of the mill, but I think Kirk's dad did make an excellent Thor and am looking forward to the Avengers movie. Though I am curious if they are going to depower Thor somehow so that he isn't the unstoppable Norse killing machine he was in this movie.

Also, for those who haven't seen it yet, stick around through the credits.

Maybe he'll show 'mercy' to these mortals that he finds himself pitted against.

Then again, maybe they'll have some actual Super Villains for him to throw down against. Giant robots, Cube-empowered Skull, the Hulk(yes please), Loki-led invasion of Frost Giants.

I can't imagine an Avengers movie with them facing anything less. Frankly, I don't want to imagine a movie with them steamrolling a bunch of guys with guns.


Hopefully, though I have difficulty reconciling the gap between Captain America's abilities and Thor's. There's a it of a difference between throwing Cap's shield and Thor's Mjollnir. I think they will probably depower him someway (maybe has a byproduct of getting to earth through the back routes).

In any event I am still super psyched for the Avengers movie though I am sad they couldn't get Ed Norton back as the Hulk. for all the failings that movie had I thought Norton did a bangup job in his role.
 
2011-05-08 10:22:38 PM  
The best part of the article: Mel Gibson's 'comeback' movie only grossed 104k in 22 theaters, meaning the average was $4700 per theater.

Limited release, but that's pretty farking awful. But the bright side: I have my new career. I'll be the guy who gets paid $200k a month by various studios to tell them if they should waste their money on farking awful shiat. I can see it now...

"Mr. Shatterhand, here's our movie: an emotionally distant man uses a puppet to communicate his inner thoughts. And get this: it's a BEAVER!"

"Get the fark out of my office. Get the fark out of this building. And if you run far enough, you'll get the fark out of my bullets." Then I'd cock the gold-plated sniper rifle and watch as the fear grows until I fire into the ceiling, causing them to run for their lives. Run for the hills. And if there is a God and he is kind, run back to Stanford's MBA program.

One can dream.
 
2011-05-08 10:46:33 PM  
Saw Thor, was very happy with it. Originally, as a comic nerd (although I stopped reading them before 2000), I couldn't see a Thor movie working. He was sort of written like a cheesy Shakespeare character rip off. He moaned and postured and had soliloquies and was too self important.

This Thor in the movie was more how they wrote Hercules. An adventurer who loved to fight and drink and was brash and fun-loving.

A much better incarnation that the original (again, not sure if that is how he is now in the comics).

Everything with the Frost Giants was epic and worth the price of admission alone. The Warriors Three and Sif felt forced and they looked weird. They actually took something away from the movie for me.

The actor who played Loki was excellent, and that is the key for these films, the hero is so larger than life and above reproach that the villains need to be compelling, well acted, and interesting.

Hemsworth was perfect and most of the "earth" supporting cast were key. Hopkins and Skarsgard could have done that film in their sleep they are so good.

Overall very good but not great. It moved though, and had good humor and excellent action sequences.

The most compelling thing is this cinematic universe that they are creating, I will be honest, as a movie fan alone I am really interested to see how Marvel pulls this off.
 
2011-05-09 12:59:41 AM  

Dr Quest DFA: Infernalist: Dr Quest DFA: I was left sort of luke warm by the movie. Nothing really stood out that I found annoying (except all the quick cuts in the fight scenes), but nothing stood out as exceptional either. There really wasn't much of a build up to the end. Barring the early frost giant scene the fight scenes for pretty forgettable. I will give it props for some great one liners and solid to good acting all around (except you Anthony Hopkins, at least pretend you care about the movie).

All in all I found it pretty run of the mill, but I think Kirk's dad did make an excellent Thor and am looking forward to the Avengers movie. Though I am curious if they are going to depower Thor somehow so that he isn't the unstoppable Norse killing machine he was in this movie.

Also, for those who haven't seen it yet, stick around through the credits.

Maybe he'll show 'mercy' to these mortals that he finds himself pitted against.

Then again, maybe they'll have some actual Super Villains for him to throw down against. Giant robots, Cube-empowered Skull, the Hulk(yes please), Loki-led invasion of Frost Giants.

I can't imagine an Avengers movie with them facing anything less. Frankly, I don't want to imagine a movie with them steamrolling a bunch of guys with guns.

Hopefully, though I have difficulty reconciling the gap between Captain America's abilities and Thor's. There's a it of a difference between throwing Cap's shield and Thor's Mjollnir. I think they will probably depower him someway (maybe has a byproduct of getting to earth through the back routes).

In any event I am still super psyched for the Avengers movie though I am sad they couldn't get Ed Norton back as the Hulk. for all the failings that movie had I thought Norton did a bangup job in his role.


Eh, they always found a way for Cap to hold his own even against powerhouses like the Hulk. He's no weakling and he's good enough to beat Batman(yes, that's canon). Better still, he's good enough to beat Batman and he made him admit it.
 
2011-05-09 04:54:48 AM  

eddievercetti: Coming in 2013: Thor 2: Please Thor's Hammer, Don't Hurt 'Em

/Liked Thor And Fast Five


Hahaha, that's awesome, and so are you! :D

/also liked Thor and Fast Five very much
 
2011-05-09 09:34:42 AM  
Did I really just see Thor and Odin cry?

I don't know what movie you people saw, but let me say that an animated movie with vikings kicked this movies ASS. I don't know whether standards have been lowered through the years, but this movie was boring and tedious, with no true sense of character at all. I'm tired of meandering characters that don't know who they are. Strike that. The hammer stayed true to character. I guess I'm spoiled by Game of Thrones and I dunno, any other video game thrown on the shelf.

Let's start with the basics. Like episode 1 I didn't understand the conflict. Who were the frost giants and what did they want? If you are mean and evil, I get it. Be mean and evil. But what were they after? The Gods intervene, creating a conflict, but once more I still don't know what they were after. And if this glowing cube holds all their power, how are they able to get frost daggers and such on their wrists? What exactly did the cube do?

Asgard. Why did it exist? What were those people there for? If they never fight why are they in armor? This is an underdeveloped world. Are they in armor cause it looks cool? It seemed like a very boring world that didn't stretch out beyond it's green screen.

The character of Loki. This is the God of Mischief. Not the God of perpetual whining. There's too much to be said about this character, he should be the God version of the Joker, getting pleasure from everyone's confusion and maybe even doing kind deeds to throw everyone off. The way the other characters react to him is a joke too. "OH that guy with the DEVIL HORNS on his helmet dressed all in black? Oh, no, he's an okay kinda guy." And this leads to Thor.

Once Thor is exiled...he loses all purpose. Is he looking for a way to go back home? Is he looking for a way to prove himself to his father? Is he falling in love with Nat Port? What the hell is he doing? He is meandering. As soon as he learns that his dad is dead via Loki (he got to earth somehow without using Kermit and the rainbow connection) he decides to relax, make eggs and bacon? Turning Mortal should be a huge struggle for him. Being abandoned on earth should be a HUGE deal with him. It's so flaccid. Oh, and he cries. The GOD OF THUNDER cries. If Thor cries there better be some wrath and consequence behind it. Not, "Dad's dead...guess I'll go have a drink with my buds and relax a bit." There should be a dire need for justice, vengeance, anything. BTW Odin collapsing and going into a golden shower sleep was some of the laziest script writing ever.

GORT. What purpose did this serve? Was he sent to kill humans? Or Thor? If it was true to form LOKI that sent him down just to cause some chaos, then yes, I'd buy it. If I were Loki I would've tortured the Hell out of Thor. But no, he goes straight after Thor...and Thor "sacrifices" himself? For people he hasn't even bonded over?

UG!
 
2011-05-09 01:01:04 PM  

Mentat: cgraves67: Yeah, I was expecting some major scenery chewing, but his character was fairly low key.


Mr. Wednesday saw what you did there.
 
2011-05-09 01:41:40 PM  

Daercoma:

Let's start with the basics. Like episode 1 I didn't understand the conflict. Who were the frost giants and what did they want? If you are mean and evil, I get it. Be mean and evil. But what were they after? The Gods intervene, creating a conflict, but once more I still don't know what they were after. And if this glowing cube holds all their power, how are they able to get frost daggers and such on their wrists? What exactly did the cube do?



The Frost Giants glowing Cube that was in the armory was The Casket of Ancient Winters -
An Asgardian relic and the greatest weapon of Malekith the Accursed. When opened, it can reproduce the infinite icy cold of Niflheim (basically it creates massive snowstorms if opened. It contains the fury of a thousand killing winters.). It also causes its holder to grow younger gradually.

Basically none of this was spelled out except for maybe briefly in the opening battle between the Frost Giants and the Asgardians.
 
2011-05-09 01:55:02 PM  
Why don't they adjust for the price of a ticket?
Or state how many people went to see it?
When I was a kid we saw te first Star Wars ove 100 times.
99c a ticket. I took my kids last week to see a move last week, dropped $50 for the three of us.
 
2011-05-09 01:56:34 PM  
Sorry about all of the typos. LMFAO
 
2011-05-09 02:40:38 PM  
I saw the movie. Some great parts (any part where Thor got all hammery), some draggy parts (WHY did Thor have to spend half the movie depowered?), but overall more good than bad. I'd go see a sequel.

Also, unless his agent absolutely blows, Chris Hemsworth has the potential to be a big, big star on the back of this. I had a chatty teenage girl in the seat behind me during my screening, and this was her reaction to the scene where he walks out with his shirt off, "AndsoIwaslikeRachelifyouthinkI'mjust...going.....to..........."

Silence for the rest of the movie. Last dude I saw a female audience shut the hell up like that for was Brad Pitt in Thelma and Louise.
 
2011-05-09 04:28:30 PM  

GhostJax: I had a chatty teenage girl in the seat behind me during my screening, and this was her reaction to the scene where he walks out with his shirt off, "AndsoIwaslikeRachelifyouthinkI'mjust...going.....to..........."

Silence for the rest of the movie. Last dude I saw a female audience shut the hell up like that for was Brad Pitt in Thelma and Louise.


[cool_starry_bra.jpg]
 
2011-05-10 01:00:14 AM  

rikerdude: Why don't they adjust for the price of a ticket?
Or state how many people went to see it?
When I was a kid we saw te first Star Wars ove 100 times.
99c a ticket. I took my kids last week to see a move last week, dropped $50 for the three of us.


I spent $8 even to see this in 3D. Though perhaps the Sat. morning time had an effect on the price.
 
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