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Action and Adventure, Comedy, Science Fiction and Fantasy
In his third solo adventure, Thor, the mighty god of thunder returns to his native Asgard, only to discover that his older sister Hel, ominously known as the goddess of death, has inadvertently been released from prison. Almost immediately, Thor is overpowered and banished to the far-away planet of Sakaar, where he is forced into a gladiatorial battle against his old friend the Hulk. Along with step-brother and arch-nemesis Loki, and hard drinking warrior Valkyrie, Thor has to find a way back to Asgard to try and prevent Hel’s all-consuming power from destroying the planet and the Asgardian civilization. The emphasis is firmly on fun and silliness, together with a warm tone borne out of genuine affection for its characters, in this hugely entertaining crowd-pleaser.
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Old and new forces combine in this continuation of the space saga, set thirty years after the events of Return of the Jedi.
11+ years 135 mins
Based on the Marvel comic book, this funny, visually spectacular superhero epic focuses on the powerful warrior Thor and his enforced visit to Earth.
11–16 years 110 mins
A troubled teenager is sent to foster carers in a remote location, until a turn of events forces him to flee and try his luck living wild in the bush.
14+ years 97 mins
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