This series is what we can call a diversity show. One can find boobs, sex, gays, incest, violence, whores, zombies, magic, dragons, horse meat… well, anything one might want to see. Ah, you can get some humor too. That’s good. The main problem here is the amount of characters and action in different points, that make some episodes very small in action, they are just a step in each of the different characters life, with no big changed in the story. Nevertheless, it is a great series (and it isn’t cheap, I imagine).
I know I have some friends poking me to read the books, but I hardly see a series or movie to read the book later, or read the book to watch the series or movie later. So, the series came first, then… series won.
Yeah, I agree. It is kind of strange that for the Thor movie I post this picture. But to be sincere, I tried to capture one before, but I was too slow. This was what I get but I didn’t dislike it. So, here it is. Not really a Natalie Portman fan, but she is cute, and this picture shows her beauty. Taking the chance to talk about girls, I also liked Jaimie Alexander as Sif.
Well, but the movie… while the other two (Captain America and Iron Man) are more Sci-Fi, this is more Magic. That is kind of weird. Also, it is kind of weird to expect Thor as a super-hero in Earth, when he ends the movie in Asgard. Nevertheless, I wait to see how they connect in The Avengers.
There is a fragile connection to Iron Man, as Stark is mentioned, and some connection with Captain America (but only after the credits). If The Avengers were already been planned, I think the plot could be better written.
Not sure if I liked this more than Captain America or the other way around. They are two different kind of movies, and probably I have a preference for human Super-Heroes. Nevertheless, will give 8/10 @ IMDB for Thor.