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The Chris Hemsworth Review –

by Nate Lee

Best Film:

Snow White and the Huntsman

Though "Cabin the Woods" is a very clever satire of the slasher/horror etc. genre, Henworth only marginally contributes to its success. "Avengers" is great but Thor is upstaged by Downey Jr. and others. The Huntsman hints at the au courant self-effacing action hero that seems to be Hemsworth's destiny, at least for awhile.
Great Performances You May Not Have Seen:
Perfect Getaway (framed for murder in Hawaii mystery)
Avengers (Thor)
Thor (Thor)
Star Trek (James T. Kirk's father)
Cabin in the Woods (the athlete)
Snow White and the Huntsman (the Huntsman)
The Real Chris Hemsworth:
Too early to tell. Chris hasn't returned to Australia to be in a movie in his birthplace.
Acting Style:
Aussie macho. Chris has barely had a chance to show anything but muscles and a great rugged voice and accent. As a member of the Avengers, he will be playing Thor for some time. That will afford him the opportunity to choose roles in smaller films to show what else he has.
Bits and Quirks:
The scratchy, deep, cool voice. Laid-back macho mixed with Thor naivete.
Great Scenes:

> Getting his hammer back from SHIELD Feds
> The bad robot attacking and Thor coming back to life
> The gateway scenes to the other realm

Cabin In The Woods

> Getting the trap thrown into his back
> The motorcycle jump into the electrical field

Snow White And The Huntsman

> A little tete a tete with Charlize Theron as the queen, giving him the assignment to get Snow White
> Fighting the troll


> The battle with Iron Man
> Helping out Capt. America
If you like Chris Hemsworth You probably didn't like:
Red Dawn (Patrick Swayze lookalike in stupid remake about high-school kids thwarting a foreign invasion)