'Thor' Review: 'Two Jews On Film' Only One Falls For The Gods In This Epic Fantasy (Video)

Once upon a time in 965AD lived a king named Odin (Anthony Hopkins) His kingdom was called Asgard and he had two sons...Thor (Chris Helmsworth) and Loki (Tom Hiddleston).  At one time Asgard was at war with the Frost Giants of Jotunheim...They are these really ugly, really nasty beings who can freeze you with one touch. Their leader is Laufey (Colm Feore).  So an uneasy truce has kept the peace between these two realms for many years...but that soon changes.

Thor is just about to be crowned King when all hell breaks loose.  The Frost Giants attack and things go from bad to worse.

Thor, out for revenge travels to Jotunheim to confront Laufey accompanied by his brother Loki, his childhood friend Sif (Jaimie Alexander) and the Warriors Three: Volstagg (Ray Stevenson) Fandral (Joshua Dallas) and Hogun (Tadanobu Asano).  A battle ensues and that's the end of the truce.

Because of Thor's arrogance, Odin strips his son of his godly power and exiles him to Earth accompanied by his hammer Mjolnir - the source of his power.  Unfortunately Thor can't use the hammer because he isn't worthy any longer. Read More...



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