Free Watch Thor 2 The Dark World Online Megashare A grander sense of delight at what we’re seeing, or at least a sense of fun, is something that the film does not seem to have space for. Sure, there are a handful of gags that elicit laughs, but they just as often felt out of place in the dark tone of the story. =========================================== CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL MOVIE==> http://www.entertainreel.biz/thor-the-dark-world-movie/680.html CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL MOVIE==> http://www.entertainreel.biz/thor-the-dark-world-movie/680.html CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL MOVIE==> http://www.entertainreel.biz/thor-the-dark-world-movie/680.html =========================================== Watch Thor The Dark World Online Our story begins several different ways; in an expository war thousands of years ago, on Earth, on a distant world unsettled by invaders, and with a prisoner. The Dark Elves, once at war with Asgard to cover the universe in Darkness, are back and seeking out their weapon of choice, a floating mass of evil Capri Sun called the Ether. Meanwhile, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and his warrior friends are kept busy by skirmishes across planets, and Loki (Tom Hiddleston) is kept busy by what looks suspiciously like a pile of Legos as he languishes in prison. Also, on Earth, Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) is trying to date again after the disappearance of her fling from another planet, oblivious to a planetary alignment that makes all the realms as permeable as cosmic Swiss cheese. (If you feel confused by anything, especially the villains and their motivation, all is explained again later in the film.) We know little for certain at the start, but we can all bet on Jane becoming involved with the Ether, on Thor having to come to her rescue, and on Loki not staying put in the dungeons for very long. TWD is a banquet of visuals, from the spectacle of Asgard to the H. R. Giger-tinged alien ships. The film borrows liberally from the cinematic library of Lord of the Rings, the Star Wars prequels, Harry Potter, and even Doctor Who. Still, it is no less appealing for its mass of references, providing tireless marvels like an illuminated tome whose pictures move to tell the story of the Dark Elves. While recycling many designs established by the first film, the sequel expands on them. On offer is a more full view of life in Asgard, with training as well as feasting areas, palatial interiors that flow into exteriors. But the pall of war hangs over the would-be utopia, a reflection of the disarray and chaos the nine realms have been thrown into, and there is little time for sightseeing when there are battles to fight. Thor, on the other hand, was about as polarizing as movies come; despite its RT score, it's still (according to an informal survey of my friends and family) staunchly a love-it-or-hate-it affair. The determining factor is whether you're willing to sustain your disbelief for the requisite ninetyish minutes. People who liked Thor (myself deeply included) lovedThor. And people who disliked it almost universally failed to see the appeal at all. And that's not a bad thing. It's an issue of taste, and it's subjective. So again, Thor 2 is very good at what it does. But whether you'll like what it's doing is totally dependent on what you think of the quote that opened this review (and opens the movie). If you're the kind of viewer who would spend the movie haunted by the thought, Dark Elves? That's kind of really stupid—then this movie is very not for you. There are spaceships designed to look like Hermes's shoes, fantasy and sci-fi coexist (and not subtly, either), characters run around Stonehenge in the nude and summon portals using glorified iPads—and, if you're the right kind of person, that's fantastic. It is schlock B-movie sci-fi fantasy in the best kind of way, the kind of way that the writers of Disney's 2012 flop John Carter dream about.