Tag Archives: Chris Hemsworth

Cinema Review – Thor: Ragnarok

When Hela (Cate Blanchett), the Goddess of Death, rises and sets her sights on Asgard, it is up to Thor (Chris Hemsworth) to defend his home from this new threat. When he gets lost along the way, however, Thor finds himself having to face an old friend before he can make his way back home. Continue reading

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One to Watch – July 15th 2016

This week, One To Watch takes a look at a reboot that could well ruin childhood memories, but tries its hardest not to. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Huntsman: Winter’s War

Before the events of Snow White and the Huntsman, Ravenna (Charlize Theron) tried to coax the magic from her kinder sister Freya (Emily Blunt), without any luck. When the love of Freya’s life betrays her, her magical powers are revealed, and she sets out to make her own kingdom, training an army of child soldiers – or Huntsmen – two of whom are Eric (Chris Hemsworth) and his secret love Sara (Jessica Chastain). When things take a turn for the dark, Eric and Sara set out to stop Freya from gaining the ultimate evil power. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – In the Heart of the Sea

Novelist Herman Melville (Ben Whishaw) travels to Nantucket, Massachusetts to interview Tom Nickerson (Brendan Gleeson), the last survivor of the whaling ship The Essex which, to all intents and purposes, ran aground many years earlier. Melville suspects that there was more to the story than the inquiry told and, over the course of a long night and several glasses of whiskey, Nickerson finally recounts the tale he has never told anyone, the tale that would go on to inspire the classic novel Moby Dick. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Vacation

Ed Helms stars as Rusty Griswold, a man whose only dream is to take his family on a nostalgic holiday to Walley Word, where he spent holidays as a kid. Of course, nothing goes right along the road, and it is not long before the dream holiday turns into a nightmare. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Blackhat

When cyber terrorists attack power plants in both the US and China, the two governments join forces to get to the root of the problem and find the hacker. To do this, however, they need the help of convicted cyber criminal Nick Hathaway (Chris Hemsworth). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Rush

In the 1970s, Formula 1 drivers James Hunt (Chris Hemsworth) and Niki Lauda (Daniel Bruhl) had a merciless rivalry that inspired them both to be better, if only to beat the other. Rush chronicles the enmity between the two, and their rush to beat the other to be world champion. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Red Dawn

When North Korea invades the US, Jed (Chris Hemsworth) and his friends form a resistance group – called the Wolverines (named after the high school football team) – to try and take down the occupying forces from the inside. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Snow White and the Huntsman

The huntsman (Chris Hemsworth) charged with taking Snow White (Kristen Stewart) into the woods to kill her changes sides and becomes her protector in her fight against the evil Queen (Charlize Theron) Continue reading

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