“Oh, no… this is Earth… isn’t it?”
The God Of Thunder (Chris Hemsworth) is powerful yet arrogant. On a quest to prove himself, Thor travels to the realm of Jotunheim to antagonize the Frost Giants into war. His wrath was immeasurable as he slayed many causing friction between the realms. His father, the ruler of Asgard is so shamed and angered by Thors action that he is banished to Earth with his powers removed from him and his prized hammer, Mjolnir taken. When he arrives (or rather, crashes violently) to Earth, he is met by a beautiful young scientist (Natalie Portman) who, without avail tries to explain everything happening from a scientific point of view. In the end, only she can help him to find Mjolnir and regain worthiness of Asgard.
9.Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil.
“Oh hidy ho officer, we’ve had a doozy of a day. There we were minding our own business, just doing chores around the house, when kids started killing themselves all over my property.” When two best friends buy a dilapidated vacation home in the woods, they find their stay less than relaxing. As they work hard to reconstruct their woodland get away, a group of yuppie teenagers find themselves lost in close vicinity to Tucker and Dale. The teens quickly mistake the innocent rednecks for inbred cereal killers and try their best to kill them or escape. In their attempts to “defend themselves” from the “psychos in the woods” they end up just killing themselves in the most hilarious and goriest of ways. This is a movie for anyone with dark humor. Poor Tucker (Tyler Labine) and Dale (Alan Tudyk) try to figure out why a bunch “of college teenagers keep killin’ themselves all over their property”