Thor: The Dark World is doing quite well for itself financially, helping insure the continued adventures of the God of Thunder and reinforcing the larger MCU at the same time. But divorced of all that, how does it measure up as a film in its own right?
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Chris Hemsworth returns as Thor, the hammer wielding God of Thunder, and protector of all the nine realms in Thor: The Dark World. With his brother, the mischievous Loki, played with ease by Tom Hiddleston, in Asgardian prison for the Chitauri invasion of New York. The newest stage in this the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film is set less than two years after the events in Marvel’s The Avengers. Thor is busy bringing peace to the warring factions of the universe. Thor battles Kronans, the rock giants, and monstrous bandits alongside the Warriors Three (Ray Stevenson, Zachary Levi, and Tadanobu Asano), and Lady Sif (Jaimie Alexander) while his long distance love interest, Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), waits for him to return to Earth.
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Does director Alan Taylor's Thor: The Dark World manage to do justice to it's predecessor? Hit the jump to find out.
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