Thor: Legend of the Magical Hammer

Posted in: Disc Reviews by Jeremy Butler on January 23rd, 2013

Overall
(out of 5)

Jeremy Butler

Jeremy Butler is a film school graduate of the International Academy of Design and Technology. He is been writing for Upcomingdiscs since 2012; however, movies have played a big part of his life for much longer. Favorite genres include horror, science fiction/fantasy, and comedy. Favorite movies are V for Vendetta, Boondocks Saints, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, and The Godfather.

2 Comments

  1. Michael
    02/12/2013 @ 8:29 am

    ‘Well, it’s not the Marvel version…’

    You are really stupid, Thor was around long before Marvel ever existed, he’s part of the Norse pantheon ([url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norse_mythology[/url)!

  2. spruit
    05/29/2013 @ 12:07 pm

    And to my recollection it’s THE ONLY 3D-animated feature without ABSOLUTELY any color grading. Hell… I couldn’t even finish it the first time I started watching. I actually brought it into my NLE and graded it so it looked decent. Only then did I watch it. It sucks =) It’s a shame really… They couldn’t even use Arnold to render hair correctly – it’s so noisy and thick. And this piece of garbage cost $70mil of tax payer’s money! It’s atrocious!
    And kudos to people responsible for character design. You really need LOTS of talent to create characters THAT terrible. I’m dead serious.

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