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Hemsworth is best known for his role as Thor but he’s also made a name for himself with some impressive work outside of the MCU. From the sports drama Rush to Bad Times at the El Royale, Hemsworth’s filmography is a treat for fans of his acting. From action sequences to dramatic scenes, here’s a look at the top 10 Chris Hemsworth movies.

1. The Huntsman: Winter’s War

Like it’s 2012 predecessor, Oscar winner Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth return in the fantasy sequel The Huntsman: Winter’s War. This time around, Theron’s evil Queen Ravenna betrays her good sister Freya by freezing her heart to love and unleashing within her an icy power she didn’t know she possessed. Freya then wages war on her kingdoms kidnapping children to build her army of Huntsman.

Two of her elite Huntsmen, Eric (Hemsworth) and Sara (Jessica Chastain), fall in love and must team up to save the day. This m4uhd movie is a lot of fun, especially if you’re craving bad movie cheesiness.

Its world is medieval Europe, dotted with forests and grassy fields. The highlight of the film is the ice palace that Freya builds in the icy northern lands. It has a sky-high ice ceiling, and I swear it’s a metaphor for a vagina.

2. Thor: The Dark World

After Kenneth Branagh’s dazzling first Thor, Marvel was confident enough to begin pre-production on the sequel. They turned to Alan Taylor (Homicide: Life on the Street, Mad Men, Game of Thrones) to create a grittier, more grounded follow up that is still packed in epic action and fantasy violence.

The story takes place on the eve of Infinity War, when a race called Dark Elves are out to destroy the Nine Realms including Earth. Astrophysicist Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) discovers portals to other worlds and is unwittingly sucked into one, becoming the host of a weapon called The Aether. Thor enlists his brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston), now imprisoned for his actions in The Avengers, to help him breach Svartalfheim and defeat Malekith. The chemistry between the bickering godly brothers is some of the funniest and most touching in the MCU.

3. Thor: Ragnarok

A long-foretold war called “Ragnarok” is brewing, threatening the death or exile of the Asgardian gods. Odin’s daughter, Hela (Cate Blanchett) wants to reclaim her rightful place on the throne of Asgard.

Upon his arrival, Thor is imprisoned on Sakaar, a planet that’s part tyrant, part gladiator arena. He engages in a brutal battle with Hela and loses his eye. Then, he gets a vision of Odin who reminds him that his power wasn’t in Mjolnir, but in himself.

Ragnarok is the best MCU movie in a while, and it’s not just because of Hemsworth’s performance. It also features a stellar cast, including Tom Hiddleston, Idris Elba, Karl Urban, Tessa Thompson, and Mark Ruffalo. It also focuses on the internal struggles of its hero and doesn’t have a lot of unnecessary side plots that bog down the story.

4. Thor: Ragnarok

Thor: Ragnarok is an oddly satisfying Marvel blockbuster that manages to combine wildly disparate elements and achieve a kind of alchemy. Director Taika Waititi brings an indie sensibility to the proceedings, with his sense of whimsy and eye-popping action. Hemsworth is having a blast as the thunder god and his brother Loki, with Thompson and Mark Ruffalo providing solid comic relief.

After escaping the mystical planet Sakaar, our heroes are confronted by Hela, Loki’s bloodthirsty sister who wants to claim her father Odin’s throne. Hela possesses unimaginable power, including the ability to summon any sort of blade or spear from thin air. Hemsworth and the rest of our heroes must fight her to save Asgard.

5. Avengers: Endgame

Marvel fans have been eagerly awaiting this highly anticipated finale to the Infinity War trilogy. The Russo brothers have delivered a thrilling, powerful and heartbreaking movie that explores themes of loss and love, duty and honor, friendship and family.

The plot centers on the heroes who survived Thanos’s devastating snap in Infinity War. The team finds themselves grief-stricken and lost without a clear purpose, but they regroup and find that they still have one another and can come back together to reverse the decimation.

Hemsworth stars as Thor, the Norse god of thunder and control over lightning, who has retreated to Asgard with his friends Korg and Miek. There he finds himself overburdened with guilt and spends his time eating junk food, drinking, and playing Fortnite with his friends. After some encouragement from Rocket and Banner, Thor begrudgingly agrees to return to the fight.

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