Thor: The Dark World: a coherent story in films of this genre is almost a luxury (even thought it, of course, can happen), but perhaps this time the writers went too far in that regard. They have, however, rightfully concluded that the titular character (however well-played by Chris Hemsworth, for what it is) isn’t interesting enough by itself; it is, by the other hand, a good straight man for other characters (that’s why it fits so well in The Avengers). In this case, to Tom Hiddleston’s Loki, yet again the most interesting and entertaining element on the screen. Visually, it’s a somewhat generic product of the machine that keeps cranking these films out. Mildly entertaining, but it’s misplaced out of summer.