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Banished from the realms of Asgard, Thor (Chris Hemsworth), the arrogant son of the Norse god Odin (Anthony Hopkins), is sent to Earth to guard its innocent people and preserve their peace. But his extraordinary strength and abilities are tested when he is challenged by formidable foes bent on destroying the human race and seeking revenge.
Why Is Thor Rated PG-13?
Thor is rated PG-13 for sequences of intense sci-fi action and violence.
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Violence: Battle sequences and fights occur throughout this film with characters being tossed and thrown. More intense depictions include an impaling, a stabbing and a character whose eye is badly damaged. Some blood and injuries are seen, but they are not overly explicit. A character is shot with a Taser and becomes unconscious. A fantastical fire blazing character razes a town and causes a great deal of damage.
Sexual Content: A man is seen topless and a woman displays unspoken admiration for his physique. A man and woman kiss.
Language: Terms of deity and a few mild profanities are used.
Alcohol/Drug Use: Two characters, including the protagonist, drink heavily in a comedic scene.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Home Video Notes: Thor
Release Date: 13 September 2011
Thor is releasing to DVD, Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D on September 13, 2011. Bonus Extras include:
- Audio commentary by director Kenneth Branagh
- Marvel One-Shot: The Consultant, Road to the Avengers
- 11 Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary (7 of which are exclusive to Blu-ray)