Movie Narrative: Thor: Tales of Asgard (2011)

The captivation of moving pictures is a source of tremendous inspiration.  For this reason and many more, RB28’s Movie Narratives, continues showing its love for movies with another movie narrative.  This week, Thor:  Tales of Asgard (2011), will be converted into a narrative and subsequently highlighted.  It is implied that the blog reader reads the movie narrative, and then, he or she watches the movie.  The effort is to give the blog reader, an enhanced experience.  RB28’s Movie Narratives, ends this movie narrative of Thor:  Tales of Asgard (2011), with some Hollywood facts. 
            Thor:  Tales of Asgard (2011) is an unrated movie.  Furthermore, it is 1 hour and 17 minutes long.  This movie is categorized under the animation, action and adventure genre.  The official release date is May 17th, 2011.  The release date is for the Country of the United States of America.  Additionally, this movie is a direct to video release.  The director was Sam Liu.  The writers were Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle, Jack Kirby and Stan Lee.  The officially recognized stars of Thor:  Tales of Asgard (2011); were Matthew Wolf, Rick Gomez and Tara Strong.  The list of the 15 most important cast members is as follows: 
  • Matthew Wolf (Thor).
  • Rick Gomez (Loki).
  • Tara Strong (Sif).
  • Alistair Abell (Fandral).
  • Paul Dobson (Hogun).
  • Brent Chapman (Volstagg).
  • Chris Britton (Odin).
  • Ron Halder (Algrim).
  • Cathy Weseluck (Brunhilde).
  • Michael Dobson (Geirmarr).
  • John Novak (Thrym).
  • Mark Acheson (Voice).
  • Ashleigh Ball (Amora).
  • Brian Drummond (Fenris).
  • Mark Gibbon (Voice).

            The synopsis follows.  Thor:  Tales of Asgard (2011) is an animated adventure about Thor, Prince of Asgard.  Thor, the Prince of Asgard, is trained as a warrior through simulated combat.  The training sessions, are also, a public spectacle.  Unfortunately, Thor is royalty, and, the best warriors of Asgard always let him win.  A group of old warriors, referred to as the Warriors 3, were in the public square during this time.  Furthermore, they were telling the people war stories.  Thor walked by, and coincidentally, was ridiculed because the warriors let him win the simulated combat.  Thor goes to see his father, King Odin.  Furthermore, he asks for permission to patrol with the warriors.  King Odin denies his request.  Loki is Thor’s brother, and, he has a different personality.  Thor refuses to accept his father’s answer, and, he is able to recruit his brother for his personal journey.  A short time later, the Warriors 3 depart on a patrol mission, so they say.  Thor and Loki successfully hide in their boat, and, they depart on a warrior’s journey.  Unfortunately it results that, the Warriors 3 embellish their war stories.  The truth is, the Warriors 3 pass time at a bar, or tavern, where trade with other civilizations takes place.  Thor and Loki approach them at the bar, or tavern.  However and out of nowhere; a bar brawl breaks out, and, everyone in the group is involved.  Thor loses his sword during his parts of the bar brawl.  The group successfully escapes, however, someone sets the bar on fire.  Furthermore, the boat crashes on an island that, is in the middle of winter.  Thor, Loki and the group are stranded there.  King Odin is informed by the bartender about the actions, and deeds, of his two sons.  The bartender also asks King Odin, for compensation.  Ultimately, as the story progresses, Algrim the Dark Elve betrays Asgard.  Director, Sam Liu, does a good job.  The story is complicated with several twists and turns.  However and ultimately, the director does put things into, a coherent and organized order.  Unfortunately, the writers don’t do a very good job.  The story is needlessly complicated.  The officially recognized stars, do a good job performing their roles.  Overall, Thor:  Tales of Asgard (2011) earns the rating of 5 out of 10. 
            The movie narrative of, Thor:  Tales of Asgard (2011), is as follows.  Thor participates in simulated combat.  Furthermore, there is a crowd of people that, watches the combat action.  Thor loses his sword during the sword fight.  The other combatants stop and wait, for Thor.  Furthermore; he is given his sword so that, he can continue fighting, and then, he is given the victory.  Thor is royalty in Asgard.  Sif is a woman.  Additionally, she is feeding the horses when Thor enters the horse stables.  Sif and Thor have an argument, because, the warriors always allow him to win.  The argument becomes a fight, and then, it becomes combat.  Thor raises his sword, and, Sif raises a pitch fork.  Sif breaks the pitch fork and fights with a stick, instead.  Sif uses the stick to take Thor down, and subsequently, wins.  Sif, immediately, leaves for the Valkyrie on a horse.  The horse has wings and can fly.  Loki, Thor’s brother, was outside the stables, and, he also watches her leave.  Old warriors are in the public square telling stories of combat.  Thor walks by, and coincidentally, they ridicule his victory in the simulated combat.  Thor enters the palace to see his father, King Odin.  King Odin is also informed about the new training camp that, the Valkyrie have established.  Furthermore, that Sif is speaking with them.  Thor asks his father for permission, to patrol with the warriors.  King Odin denies Thor’s request.  Algrim goes to see Thor.  Algrim is a Dark Elve, and, servant of the palace.  Thor talks to Algrim about his desire, to complete a rite of passage for warriors.  Algrim wants Thor to forget the idea.  Meanwhile, Loki is practicing manipulating the shape of water.  Amora is Loki’s instructor.  Thor arrives, and, he asks Amora to leave.  Loki is successfully recruited to join, Thor’s secret journey.  Thor and Loki arrive, at the dock for the boats.  The old warriors prepare to leave.  Thor and Loki hide, in their boat.  The boat starts on water, and then, it flies in the air.  Asgard is a floating island in the sky.  The old warriors are called, the Warriors 3.  King Odin speaks to Algrim, to ask, if he knows where Thor and Loki are.  Algrim says that, he doesn’t know their location.  The boat stops at a bar, or tavern.  The Warriors 3 are inside drinking.  Thor approaches the Warriors 3.  Loki follows a few seconds later or behind.  Thor gets into a fight with a Ware Wolf.  The fight breaks out into a bar brawl.  The Warriors 3 become part of the bar brawl.  Unexpectedly, Thor loses his sword.  Loki finds Thor a wooden hammer, and, Thor continues fighting in the bar brawl.  The group returns to the boat, and, they escape.  Unfortunately, someone in the group sets the bar, or tavern, on fire.  Thor and Loki instruct the Warriors 3 to proceed to Jotenheim, because, they are on the search for Surtur’s sword.  Sif is in the middle of combat training with, a civilization of women warriors.  Unexpectedly, Thor’s boat crashes into an island that, is in the middle of winter.  The group continues marching forward.  Furthermore, the island is home to the Frost Giants.  The group encounters Snow Sprites.  Thor sits down, and, gives up the journey to find Surtur’s sword.  Loki lifts up his spirit, so that, he won’t give up.  At this time, Thor and Loki remember the story of the defeat of Surtur.  Their father, Odin, fought Surtur with his spear.  Furthermore, they believe that they are standing, in the valley, where the battle took place.  Odin defeats Surtur, and, his sword falls.  The sword is supposed to be trapped, inside of a mountain.  The group continues walking toward a mountain.  The group arrives, at a cave that is part, of the mountain.  Unexpectedly, the floor crumbles, and, the group falls down.  King Odin is sitting on his throne, when, the bartender from the bar enters to see him.  The bartender returns Thor’s sword, and, he demands compensation for the damages.  King Odin becomes angry.  The group is recovering from the fall, when, Loki finds Surtur’s sword.  Furthermore, he leads the way.  Hogun breaks the sword free, and, Thor comes in possession of Surtur’s sword.  The group successfully exits the mountain.  Thor decides to lead the group, towards, the Valkyrie training camp.  The Valkyrie, is a civilization of women warriors.  It is also the location, where, Sif is training.  The Frost Giants, are alerted to the presence of intruders.  Furthermore, a patrol group is sent towards Thor and his group.  While crossing a bridge, Thor kills one Frost Giant.  He then; demolishes the bridge, and, a second Frost Giant falls to his death.  Furthermore, he used Surtur’s sword, in the combat, against the Frost Giants.  The King of the Frost Giants, is informed.  Furthermore, the King of the Frost Giants orders war against Asgard, and, King Odin.  Thor’s group arrives, at the location of the Valkyrie training camp.  Thor enters alone, and, he immediately finds Sif.  Thor asks Sif for, 5 horses.  Sif refuses to help, Thor.  Unfortunately, women warriors discover Thor, and, he is taken prisoner.  The Frost Giants arrive at Asgard.  The Army of Asgard is standing and ready.  King Odin, speaks to, the King of the Frost Giants.  The King of the Frost Giants wants Surtur’s sword, in order, to stop the war.  King Odin returns to the palace, and, Algrim leaves in search of Thor.  The Valkyrie capture, all of the members of Thor’s group.  Unexpectedly, the Frost Giants attack the Valkyrie.  During the battle, the group is able to escape with Sif’s help.  Thor is also able to keep possession, of Surtur’s sword.  Furthermore, the leader of the Valkyrie gives the group horses.  Algrim travels with warriors, and, they travel by horse.  In the wilderness, and at a water source, Algrim finds Thor and the group.  Thor gives Algrim, Surtur’s sword.  Almost immediately; Algrim changes, and, he turns against Asgard.  Furthermore, he kills the warriors that, traveled with him.  From this point forward; the series of events, take the viewer, to the end.  Finally; you have to watch, in order to know, how this movie ends. 
            The movie narrative of the feature film, Thor:  Tales of Asgard (2011), ends with some Hollywood facts.  The countries of origin are the United States of America and Canada.  The official language is English.  There are other notable release dates.  The other notable release dates are:  Russia, June 30, 2011; Germany, September 19, 2011 and Japan, August 8, 2012.  Regrettably, there is no box office data for this feature film.  The production companies are Lionsgate, Marvel Animation, MLG Productions 7 and Marvel Studios.  There are several distributors for this particular movie.  Some of the distributors include the following; Entertainment One Benelux (Netherlands), Flagman-Trade (Russia) and Lionsgate Home Entertainment (U.S.A.). 
            To end and as always, RB28’s Movie Narratives, encourages you to continue reading the posted movie narratives.  The aforementioned blog strives to provide basic information, so that it, becomes inspiration.  Movies are a great pleasure to RB28’s Movie Narratives, and, the blog’s author hopes that they are for you as well.  For this week, and in conclusion, the feature film was Thor:  Tales of Asgard (2011).  RB28’s Movie Narratives looks forward to seeing you next week, when another movie will be highlighted.


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