We Are All Collectors – A Review of Thor: The Dark World

Thor: The Dark World, directed by Alan Taylor (Game of Thrones), is an excellent example of how to make your sequel not only live up to its predecessor but, in some ways, surpass it. Careful, though – here be plot spoilers.

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Like Iron Man 3, Thor 2 is set after the events of The Avengers and is, in some ways, a reaction to that film’s Battle of New York.¬†After a brief flashback to the reign of Odin’s father Bor and his war against the ever-nihilist Dark Elves, led by Malekith, we find ourselves in present day Asgard.

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Loki Meets the Cookie Monster

Om noms and mischief would be two words that describe the below video that relays an important message about “delayed gratification” and how trying to enslave a race of gods using frost giants probably isn’t a good thing (that second point is a little more subtle, though).

What’s impressive, though, is how Loki, a.k.a. Tom Hiddleston, is still a silver-tongued charmer even when he’s outside of Asgard and hanging out on Sesame Street. Give ‘er a watch: