The Viking children Røskva and Tjalfe embark on an adventurous journey from Midgard to Valhalla with the gods Thor and Loki. Life in Valhalla, however, turns out to be threatened by the ...
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The Viking children Røskva and Tjalfe embark on an adventurous journey from Midgard to Valhalla with the gods Thor and Loki. Life in Valhalla, however, turns out to be threatened by the dreaded Fenrir wolf and the god's barbaric archenemies, the Jotnar. Side by side with the gods the two children must fight to save Valhalla from the end of the world - Ragnarok.Written by
The movie is like watching a bad play in the teater but with special effects, for some reason Tor is an old angry man with a weird Batman voice,
For some reason unknown a guy from the Middle East is Loki in a movie about Norse mythology, Many people was really excited about this movie coming and they just put the cartoon to shame, this movie is only about empowering the female character Røskva.... Bad acting, bad story, bad characters they all should be ashamed. Seriously the story from the cartoon is there but instead they need to focus on Røskva (and I need to say this how many female power characters do women need to feel equal? Female power characters has been in focus since the 80's) Give me story not female empowerment....
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