Thor: The Dark World

Thor: The Dark World
Thor: The Dark World

Year

2013

Duration

108 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

Comic book superhero and Avengers team member Thor gets his second solo adventure in this action-packed, sci-fi fantasy sequel. Darker and more ambitious than the 2011 original, the visually impressive epic sees the warrior god battling to protect the entire universe when a shadowy, ancient race sets about its destruction. Led by the vengeful Malekith, this formidable enemy is too much for even Thor's mighty father Odin and his home realm of Asgard to defeat. So naturally it's up to Thor to save the day: forcing him to work with his villainous brother Loki, and risk everything he holds dear - including his love for human astrophysicist Jane Foster - as he undertakes his most dangerous mission yet.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate fantasy violence

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