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Hulk Vs. Thor (2011)

Thor , Hulk  |  PG-13 |  DVD
2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Thor, Hulk
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: March 29, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004I1KZTI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #106,819 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Hulk Vs. Thor: Asgard, realm of the gods. For ages, Loki the trickster has sought a way to bring defeat to his accursed stepbrother, Thor. But for all the battles Thor has fought, in all the nine realms, only one creature has ever been able to match his strength - a mortal beast of Midgard known as The Incredible Hulk. Now, with Odin, the almighty king of the gods, deep in a regenerative sleep, and the forces protecting Asgard at their weakest, Loki is finally ready to spring his trap. In an epic battle that will pit gods against monsters, that will test a hero's limits more than ever before, only The Mighty Thor can hope to prevail.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A Vendetta Against The Thunder God August 8, 2012
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This movie, as already mentioned by other reviewers, was obviously made by people with a total dislike of Thor.

I love both Thor and the Hulk and have been following their encounters since I was a kid. The record of their fights is slightly inclined to Hulk's favor: lots of draws between the two, with 1 or 2 wins for Thor and 3 or 4 wins for Hulk; or something close to that.

Yet in this movie Thor is portrayed as a totally inferior and ineffective adversary for the Hulk. And why is that? Just turn on the commentary feature of the film to hear the makers of the movie ridicule the Thor character and state how much they despise it (this has been mentioned by at least another reviewer of the movie).

I would have been equally disappointed if the Hulk character was the one depicted as badly as Thor was in this movie. As a fan of comics I expect DC, Marvel and the other companies to be aware of the respect they owe to their characters and to us the fans of those characters. In my book that means to portray them fairly and true to their imaginary attributes, qualities and weaknesses. And not to make that portrayal based on biases, personal likes/dislikes and whims of writers, directors or any others responsible for developing the plots or scripts.

This charade of a superheroes animation film is an affront to those of us who appreciate and value the fair depiction of the fictional characters whose publications we have cherished for so many years. The mockery of the Mighty Thor that is so evident in the story and so admittedly true in the makers' commentaries is something that Marvel should have not let happened.

Again I would have disliked this film just as much if the despising and disrespect had been directed against the Hulk.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars How did this even get made?? October 12, 2011
So as I watched this film, and listen to the commentators, I noticed that they're making fun of Thor and enjoyed thrashing him and making him cry like a newborn baby. Here's the thing, yes, the Hulk is out of control and going all crazy, but please tell me, if these are GODS of ASGARD and their race is a powerful race, why the hell even bother making them fight when the Hulk is slapping them around like pesky flies?? I can not believe that Marvel would let these idiots have control of a character (Thor) with an upcoming movie about to release. Has Thor been reduced to just a punching bag? In this cartoon, the Hulk even killed Thor! Is there something wrong here? I'm a Hulk and Thor fan, AND a Marvel fan, but this outlandish piece of garbage is the best way to alienate fans right before the movie! The disrespect of the character Thor has been dully noted in the past years. I think greatest achievement and a kick in their groin is that the Thor movie made almost as much as TWO Hulk movies combined worldwide!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Utter dreck. Terrible depiction of Thor. July 14, 2011
This debacle of an animated feature portrays Thor in a horrible light. After watching this (thankfully for free via my local library), I did a bit of 'net research and discovered that some of the folks involved in the making of this cartoon are huge Hulk fans who delighted in Thor's pounding. Listening to the commentary confirmed this.

Just a bad, bad story. It would have been so much more interesting if the two main characters had a draw.

The THOR film's success at the box office offers overwhelming evidence that Thor is a very appealing, marketable, and profitable character. More so than the big green oaf by far. Now if those in charge at Marvel get it through their thick skulls that this is the case, things will be better for comic fans and humanity. ;)
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2.0 out of 5 stars It was okay but could have been better. May 4, 2013
There's not really much to say about this movie, but I'll do my best given the material I've been given.


First of all, there was no real plot to speak of. Sure we had Loki possessing the Hulk in order to use him to defeat Thor and destroy Asgard, but we're missing vital pieces of information. Who is the woman in green he got to help him? How did he find Bruce Banner? How did he get Banner to Asgard? How did Loki convince this chick in green to help him? Why didn't we see her get rejected by Thor in order to establish at the beginning of this story that that is the reason she is helping Loki? Why do we have to wait until half way through the movie in order to find this out?

I'll admit it was cool to see that not even Loki, the god of Trickery could control the Hulk, only Banner can do that, and it was even cool to see Thor and Loki fighting the Hulk together and them convincing the god of the dead to let them have Banner's soul back from the depths of Hell. They really are a good team when they work together.

In the end Banner is re-united with the Hulk and he is able to control him again and he is sent back to Earth because his soul is too destructive to leave in Hell. Thor then tells the Lord of Dead that her realm has suffered great losses today. How do you figure? All that happened was that a few boulders were smashed by the Hulk. Yeah, I guess they really value boulders in Hell.


I'll admit the animation was pretty good, and I loved seeing the Hulk as pretty much the avatar of rage incarnate.
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