The God of Thunder, previously the subject of with a on the way under the Marvel Cinematic Universe umbrella, has now become a laughing stock in a terrible low-budget adaptation. It's clear it was made to fit a budget and probably a timeframe, not because of any deeply rooted passion for the project. Parmi eux, se trouve Thor. They certainly did, to an extent, but the suffocating Asylum style wipes out any semblance of heart in any area of the movie. Titulo Original: Almighty Thor Genero: Fantasía Pais: Estados Unidos Año: 2011 Director: Christopher Ray Guión: Eric Forsberg Reparto: Cody Deal … Thor Richard Grieco … Loki Patricia Velasquez … Jarnsaxa Kevin Nash … Odin Jess Allen … Baldir Nicole Fox … Redhead Norn Leslea Fisher … Blonde Norn Lauren Halperin … Brunette Norn Charlie Glackin … Hundig Chris Ivan Cevic … Himdall Sinopsis: Cuando el dios demonio Loki Grieco destruye la fortaleza de Valhalla y se roba el martillo de invencibilidad, sólo el joven héroe Thor Deal puede proteger la Tierra de Armageddon. Black levels don't stray too far from norm. This does have a plot, but it offers nothing else of value.
The Blu-ray offers a few short extras along with decent video and uninteresting audio. It's wide, but not notably so. The good largely stops there. Always fight on the side of good and inspire fear in its enemies. Almighty Thor's Dolby Digital 5.
Music is ever-present, either above or below the action, in a futile effort to give every moment added weight and adrenaline. A couple of name actors, a decent camera, and a larger team than a few teenagers with a camera are really all that separate this from homemade by a few rich kids. The entire movie is all about the money, and sure, one can say that of every studio, but in most every movie one can at least find a glimpse of passion behind it. Andrew Maclean Becky Cloonan Chris Burnham Daniel Acuna Das Pastoras Dave Stewart Ive Svorcina James Harren Jason Aaron Jill Thompson Mat Lopes Matthew Wilson Mike Del Mundo Olivier Coipel Rafa Garres Rain Beredo Russell Dauterman Steve Epting Valerio Schiti Vc Joe Sabino Vero Gandini Walt Simonson Wilson Moss. But first he has to survive the deadly gladiatorial fight that beats him against his former ally and companion Avenger, the incredible Hulk! Costumes and a few environments are very well defined, too. I'm passionate about superheroes, so it's understandable why I designed characters from different comics, movies and cartoons. Its most valuable asset is its ability to squeeze out razor-sharp fine details throughout the film.
Thor is imprisoned on the other side of the universe and is in a race against time to return to Asgard, to Ragnarka, the destruction of his house and the end of Asgard civilization in the hands ofalmighty new to stop threat, ruthless Hela. Close-ups are excellent, showcasing pores and facial hair with striking efficiency and clarity. There's no color punch whatsoever, and even would-be vibrant natural greens lack any sort of spirited pop. Son of Odin from Аsgard. . Almighty Thor isn't that much better than a good amateur production.
The figurine have scale 1:13. Almighty Thor is as bad as it looks. Mais Jarnsaxa, sa protectrice, intervient pour le sauver et l emmener en lieu sûr. Thor is tasked with retrieving it. Nash jugará a Odín, y Velásquez jugará a Jarnsaxa, la semidiosa que entrena a Thor para su enfrentamiento final con Loki.
The movie is heavily filtered, playing with a heavy sepia tint to begin and a very cold, gray-blue dominant coloring on Earth. Almighty Thor and his Hammer!! I am a 3D generalist designer with an experience of over 9 years. But before Thor can finish his training with Jarnsaxa, the two are transported to Earth where a final showdown with Loki for the Hammer will take place and the fate of the universe hangs in the balance. The movie is all Asylum, poor in every conceivable manner but, to the studio's credit, the Blu-ray is priced to match the film's and the disc's, for that matter quality. The apps are synchronized with your account at Blu-ray. Director: Writer: Starring: , , , , , Producers: , , » Almighty Thor Blu-ray Review Almighty Bore Reviewed by , June 24, 2017 So The Asylum got in on the superhero craze.
It's worth it for a laugh; Marvel fans can marvel at bad filmmaking and go back and see just how much better the big boys do it. Película El Todopoderoso Thor : Toda la información que necesitas saber sobre. Dialogue is serviceably clear and front-center focused, though there are times when it's notably shallow, particularly early in the film. Sure, someone bothered to act and point the camera in the general vicinity and work up the bad visual effects and edit the footage into a reasonable runtime and with a basic cadence, but the results speak for themselves. Skin is ghastly pale, particularly Loki's, which seems to be per design. Musical spacing stretches the fronts in no meaningful way.
Special effects are hazy and lazy. The movie recycles various shots over and over again, like one of Loki walking down a random city street. It embodies the worst of The Asylum, with the single exception of , which didn't even have a plot. The mischievous Loki Richard Grieco is determined to get his hands on the Hammer of Invincibility at all costs. Establishing and transitional shots are noisy. No, one practically expects a zero effort film.