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Film Review - Thor: The Dark World

Director: Alan Taylor
Film Release Year: 2013
Running Time: 112 min
Rating: PG-13

Script 6:

Direction 8:

Acting 7:

Action 7:

Overall 7: Thor is kicking ass and bringing peace to tne 9 realms. Meanwhile his ex-gf is messing with alternate dimensions and in the process releases some extreme badass evil which wakes up a bunch of sleepy elves. Elves want to destroy all the 9 realms and luckily for them they're all lining up perfectly for them to do it (Only happens every 5000 years). Thor and pals need to shut this operation down.

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