After months and months of waiting, we finally got to watch THOR: THE DARK WORLD yesterday.

For those who haven’t seen it yet – be aware that this is a full review, so it includes major spoilers. I give you a general impression: That’s one hell of a movie. You will laugh. And you will cry. I won’t say why, because there are many reasons to cry, whether it’s because of laughter or sorrow. In any way, bring tissues.

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The trailer for THOR: THE DARK WORLD is finally out and I can’t even begin to tell how excited I am.

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What did I ask in my July 20th post? How many fangirls/-boys can one movie cope with?

Well, when it comes to THOR 2, they will have to do with just one more. Continue reading

This is kind of a summary of the past week, what news came in, and what else I found on the web…

… and what made me squee. 😉

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After a day at the office I took a look at a new sci fi mag in a bookstore and even though I haven’t bought it a tiny little blurb caught my eye and I just *had* to take out my new smart phone (yepp, it’s still smarter than me ;)) and surf the net to look something up…well…you really draw a certain amount of attention on yourself when you laugh out loud in public places… *enter innocent whistle here*

Why I had to laugh?! Watch for yourself…

Hulk Smash Loki: The Avengers Epic Battle

A little warning upfront: This is long. It has four pages in word.

As mentioned (several times *coughs*) before, Loki is the character I’ve taken most interest in when it comes to the Marvel movieverse. Even though the other characters are very interesting and come along with a lot potential, the adopted Odinson, especially since he is supposed to be the villain you shouldn’t root for, has a presence one can’t resist. Certainly I couldn’t.

Even more so as he’s not your typical villain, the one who’s evil, period. Actually, one could claim him to be simply misled and looking for love… or a hug, as Tom Hiddleston says himself.

I’m usually rather straight when it comes to my likings – there really has to be a good reason for me to not root for the hero at the end of the day. I might like the bad guy somewhere along the way through a story, but in the end, I’ll always wait and hope for the right one to win.

With AVENGERS, and then also THOR, it was different.

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