- Actores: Vince Vaughn, Chris Pratt, Cobie Smulders
- Directores: Alan Taylor
- Formato: NTSC
- Idioma: Inglés
- Subtítulos: Inglés, Español
- Número de discos: 1
- Estudio: Disney - Pixar
- Fecha de lanzamiento: 1 ene 2013
- Duración: 120 minutos
- Opinión media de los clientes sobre el producto: 2 opiniones de clientes
- ASIN: B00U9TV6XC
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº4,878 en Películas y Series de TV (Ver el Top 100 en Películas y Series de TV)
Thor: Un Mundo Oscuro [Blu-ray + 3D]
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Los Vengadores de Marvel
Iron Man, Hulk, Thor y el Capitán América juntos en está entrega repleta de acción, aventura y efectos especiales espectaculares.
Bienvenidos al Universo Marvel..
Con un catálogo de más de 8.000 personajes, presentados en diferentes medios durante setenta años, Marvel Entertainment es una de las empresas de entretenimiento basado en personajes más reconocidas del mundo. Los personajes de Marvel tienen una presencia predominante en el entretenimiento, las licencias y las publicaciones. La estrategia de Marvel es impulsar sus franquicias a través de más canales en todo el mundo, incluyendo largometrajes, televisión, productos de consumo, video juegos, producciones directas a DVD y online.
La siguiente evolución del Universo Cinematográfico de Marvel trae a uno de los fundadores de Los Vengadores, en ANT-MAN: EL HOMBRE HORMIGA, de Marvel. El experto ladrón Scott Lang deberá abrazar su héroe interior y ayudar a su mentor, el Dr. Hank Pym, a proteger el secreto que se esconde detrás de su espectacular traje de Ant-Man de una nueva generación de imponentes amenazas. Contra obstáculos aparentemente insuperables, Pym y Lang deberán planear y ejecutar un plan que salvará al mundo. Esta aventura repleta de acción llevará tu emoción al límite.
Cuando S.H.I.E.L.D. es atacado, Capitán América (Chris Evans) se encuentra envuelto en una trama de intrigas que puede poner en riesgo el mundo entero. A medida que la conspiración se intensifica y la confianza es destruida, Capitán América, Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) y Falcon (Anthony Mackie) deberán unir fuerzas para luchar contra un enemigo colosal e inesperado – el Soldado del Invierno.
AVENGERS: ERA DE ULTRÓN
Avengers: Era de Ultrón de Marvel. Las buenas intenciones de Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) desatan el caos cuando, sin darse cuenta, crea a Ultrón (James Spader), un robot humanoide con Inteligencia Artificial que jura aniquilar a la raza humana. Ahora, Iron Man, Capitán América (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth) y Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) —junto con Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) y Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson)— deberán volver a unirse para combatir a Ultrón y salvar a la humanidad. ¿Lo lograrán?
Los mundos colisionan cuando un antiguo y poderoso enemigo amenaza con sumergir el cosmos en la oscuridad eterna. Ahora, reunido con Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), y forzado a crear una alianza con su desleal hermano Loki (Tom Hiddleston), Thor (Chris Hemsworth) se embarca en una peligrosa misión personal para salvar tanto a la Tierra como a Asgard de la destrucción.
Peter, un adolescente marginado de la sociedad, pasa sus días intentando desentrañar el misterio de su pasado y ganarse el corazón de la chica de bachillerato a quien ama, Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone). Un portafolio misterioso de su padre, quien lo abandonó cuando era niño, lleva a Peter hasta el ex socio de su papá, el Dr. Connors. El descubrimiento del secreto de su padre terminará por darle forma a su destino de convertirse en el “Hombre-Araña” y enfrentarlo cara a cara con el álter ego villano de Connors: el Lagarto.
Cuando Tony Stark/Iron Man ve su mundo entero reducido a escombros, él debe usar todo su ingenio para sobrevivir, destruir a su enemigo y de alguna manera, proteger a quienes ama. Pero una cuestión introspectiva lo inquieta: ¿Es el hombre quien hace al traje... o es el traje quien hace al hombre? Presentando efectos especiales espectaculares, Iron Man 3 de Marvel explota con contenido exclusivo para Blu-ray, incluyendo errores de grabación, escenas editadas y un corto de Marvel nunca antes visto.
GUARDIANES DE LA GALAXIA
En una épica aventura espacial, llena de acción que expande el universo cinematográfico de Marvel hacia el cosmos. Después de robar una misteriosa órbita, el aventurero espacial Peter Quill liderará a un equipo de dispares inadaptados en una desesperada batalla para salvar la galaxia.
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I can't imagine that a fan of the character Thor would be disappointed with this film. It builds on all the elements that Kenneth Branagh established in the first film and ups the ante across the board. Everything is bigger: the battles, the cast, the sets, the visual effects, the soundtrack, the entire scope. The costumes are amazing. I wish they looked this good the first time around. And Asgard is incredible. Alan Taylor has brought the eternal realm to life in a way that Branagh did not. It is still majestic but it feels much more real and actually "lived in".
Further, the actors from the first movie have really grown into their roles. Hemsworth and Hiddleston in particular are the very embodiment of their characters. Hiddleston has much more material to work with from an actor's perspective with regards to Loki - a tormented and duplicitous soul - but he's so good at it. Whereas Hemsworth plays the cocksure Thor in a much more understated fashion. Thor is not complex but has a big heart. Bringing him to life requires subtlety and Hemsworth nails it. Neither actor oversells their role. Not only that, they have tremendous chemistry with each other and every scene in which they are together steals the show. As a fan who realizes how horribly wrong these movies could've gone with such an outrageous premise, I am so grateful that Marvel found these two actors to play the most vital parts of the story.
The creators of the film version of Thor had a difficult choice integrating into the universe and tone that Favreau established in the first Iron Man. In the comics, there's magic and there's sci fi and other dimensions and all that stuff and you just accept it. In the reality-based technology-centric world Iron Man created, how do you introduce a viking god from space who soars around with a magic hammer? In fact, Favreau even admitted he had no idea how it could be done. However, Branagh did find a way and he did it by emphasizing the science fiction aspects of the mythology Jack Kirby and Stan Lee concocted 50 years ago. Taylor now had the unenviable job of taking that idea and running with it without it falling apart at the seams. In my opinion he succeeded. The result is Dark Elves in space ships. It's a bizarre mix and maybe a lot of people won't get it. But it feels like a comic book sprung to life and I loved it.
The only legitimate complaint that I feel this movie deserves is that at times it feels too compressed. (However, I also felt that way about the first film.) It's amazing that for such a short run time The Dark World truly does feel epic, but there's so much going on in this story between Earth and Asgard and the other realms that things don't always get enough time to breathe. I believe this strategy of Marvel is to keep moving the story forward at a brisk pace for the grander scheme of things while maintaining the widest possible appeal for a broad audience - but I'd like to them to linger a little more in a juicy chapter like this. I think even 5 or 10 minutes of added scenes could've put this film over the top and helped flush out certain characters' motives and let you feel more attachment to them. Alan Taylor has said it was very difficult for him to cut out several scenes and is the first Marvel director who has said he'd be keen on doing a Director's Cut. Boy would I love to see that!
Things I liked about The Dark World:
* Character arc of Thor - Thor is growing wiser and shrewder but still retaining his bravado. The lessons he experienced in the first film have made him question things more in this one. His relationship with Odin ebbs and flows like real life and in this film we see that father and son are not so different from each other. In the end Thor makes a surprising choice that mirrors his actions from the comics.
* Character arc of Loki - Loki finds redemption - or does he? His motives are always ambiguous and questionable and he certainly is headed on a darker path. However, the events that unfold here give you more insight into who he is and why he does the things he does
* The funeral scene - Not wanting to spoil things here but you'll know it when you see it. Amazing.
* Sci-fi/fantasy mashup - Star Wars meets Lord of the Rings. The comics was always a weird juxtaposition of seemingly incongruous ideas and this film embraces it and it works.
* Algrim the Kursed - wow! This guy is scary.
* Fun plot twists - Loki isn't the only trickster in this film!
* Thor and Jane Foster make a cute pair - others may disagree but their romance to me is very innocent and sweet and I feel she plays the starry eyed scientist bit to a tee. It's not a huge part of the film but their scenes work and it helps humanize Thor and keep him connected to Earth. I also am very old fashioned and I love how gallantly protective Thor is of Jane and I love that she is equally protective of him.
* Creative battle scenes - especially the last one which produces some ridiculous situations and leave's Thor's hammer Mjolnir VERY confused!
* A healthy dose of humor injected to keep the film from ever taking itself too seriously but not overdone
* Stellan Skarsgård as Erik Selvig - you see that Tony Stark is not the only one impacted by the events of Avengers. This man is a genius but Loki's mind games have really messed him up. Even so Skarsgård is a tremendous actor and really sells it. I enjoyed his part of the story and how he unravels the mystery of the convergence despite his mental state.
Bottom line this film is fun escapism ala Star Wars and Indiana Jones. Don't expect poignant existential validation or heavy handed political commentary. This film is a good time. It's also an exciting chapter in a much larger story that is the MCU. Enjoy the ride!
One of the first things that stands out is the chemistry between Portman and Hemsworth, or rather the lack thereof. Both of them are exceptionally talented actors, but they just don't really feel believable as a couple in this film. Portman was also somewhat dull in her role as Jane. She looked great in every scene, but she just feels like she's more phoning it in than anything else. Since watching the movie I've read that Portman *really* wanted out of the film franchise, so this could be a result of her being in a movie she overall didn't want to do. Again, I love Portman but I'd be happier with her character being either gone or recast with another actress with better on-screen chemistry than what we have here.
Now what does work is the interactions between Hemsworth and Hiddleton, as Thor and Loki. Hiddleston approaches his character with sadistic glee and it's easy to see why he's become a fan favorite. Also excellent was Renee Ruso, who shone as Frigga, and Jaimie Alexander as Lady Sif. I could definitely see a Sif/Thor pairing, since the two worked well off of one another. The action and special effects scenes were also well done, which helped make the film move a little faster, although at times I felt that the movie length could've been tightened to make it flow a little better. I couldn't help but find my attention drifting occasionally during the slower scenes.
In the end the film is good, but not exactly the greatest in the series. So far the Marvel films have been overall good, so this is kind of one of those movies where I'd recommend a rental (like I did) rather than a purchase unless you're a completionist or a huge fan of one of the actors in the film.
Great piece of work; excellent ensemble, excellent direction, sharp story, and terrific CGI. Thumbs 'way up.
But some of the action is confusing and hard to follow, it's hard to believe in a genuine attraction between Thor and Jane, and Jane's obnoxious little sister made me want to cover my ears every time she opened her loud, squeaky mouth. Though Jane's character is intended to be a world-class scientist, she just comes off as not very bright. Odin was a repulsive jerk - it's hard for me to buy into comic book innovations that lessen the fascinating characters of ancient tradition instead of truly bringing them to life.
I would have liked to see Thor's friendships in Asgaard better developed, instead of just presented for a few seconds, and some more development of the villain, who was so one-dimensional that he was actually a weak plot driver.
Anyway, it's worth watching, just not strong enough to be a 5-star as others in the Avengers series are.