When a demon god steals the Hammer of Invincibility, Thor strikes a mighty blow to get it back.

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Christopher Ray (as Christopher Douglas-Olen Ray)

Writer:

Eric Forsberg (screenplay)
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Cody Deal ... Thor
Richard Grieco ... Loki
Patricia Velasquez ... Jarnsaxa
Kevin Nash ... Odin
Jess Allen ... Baldir
Nicole Arianna Fox ... Red Norn (as Nicole Fox)
Leslea Fisher ... Blonde Norn
Lauren Halperin ... Norn
Charlie Glackin Charlie Glackin ... Hundig
Chris Ivan Cevic Chris Ivan Cevic ... Himdall
Rodney Wilson ... Hrothgar
Gerald Webb ... Street Punk (as William Webb)
Kristen Kerr ... Herja
Jason Medbury Jason Medbury ... Guardian of the Tree of Life
Hans Linke Hans Linke ... Background Actor
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When a demon god steals the Hammer of Invincibility, Thor strikes a mighty blow to get it back.

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The legend is born


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Released to capitalize on Thor (2011). See more »

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(at around 18 mins) When Odin is lying on the ground dying, Thor comes to console him. As Thor leans down, the bottom of Odin's right boot can be seen, exposing a decidedly modern hiking boot tread. See more »

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Referenced in From the Sea (2013) See more »

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The Mighty Awful Thor!
8 May 2011 | by grouchoMSee all my reviews

This movie was just hilariously awful. It seems like a 12 year old wrote the script. It tells the story of a young Thor coming of age and trying to avenge his father Odin (played by professional rassler Kevin Nash), who was smited by Loki (Richard Grieco). Seems Loki the evil trickster wants the famous hammer that would eventually become Thor's bread and butter weapon. Grieco walks around with evil written all over him including a powdery white face and black spikey armor.

Cody Deal is the dumbest Thor or for that matter any other super hero/god ever. He can't fight and even though Jarnsaxa (a warrior chick trained by The Valkyries played by Patricia Velasquez) tells him over and over that he can't fight, has no skills and can't beat Loki he just continually ignores her and says "I'm going to find Loki and kill him". Guess what?! Every time he finds Loki he gets his butt whipped handily. Still our thickheaded moron of a hero won't go train and says "I am going to find Loki and kill him!" This movie is beyond bad. I watched it on the Sci/Fi channel and it has all the makings of a Sci/Fi original film. The CGI is cheap and cartoony. The fights are shot like they shot one move, cut, then another move, cut and then another. BUT I will say this, if you like bad movies and like to laugh at how horrible and ridiculous they are then you will get something out of this. I laughed and was held to the screen by its awfulness!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 May 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Almighty Thor See more »

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Budget:

$200,000 (estimated)
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The Asylum See more »
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Dolby Digital

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2.35 : 1
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