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Sean O’Connell Is the Protector of Spoilers in “Dark World”

In response to Sean O'Connell’s 833‑word review of Thor: The Dark World on CinemaBlend.com 

http://www.cinemablend.com/reviews/Thor-The-Dark-World-6628.html

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Sean O’Connell is the protector of movie spoilers. The critic displays honor and dedication to his audience in his latest magnificent crafting “Thor: The Dark World,” and readers should acknowledge the gift presented to them with open arms.

The argument of O’Connell is on point in Dark World, and he never strays. The critic recognizes the flaws of the plot, but proves he is able to see the Marvel truths of the film and delivers an unforgettable work.

The film may not stand alone as a great work of cinema, but O’Connell conveys how the experience is geared towards the future. Can the critic see the future himself? Scholars maintain that Sean O’Connell may be one of the chosen few.

Dark World is one of the rare Thor critiques that shows a true dedication to direction. After a brief synopsis of the plot, O’Connell addresses the background of Alan Taylor and helps the reader understand what the new director brings to the table. One’s lips may quiver in anticipation of more O’Connell critique, but he gently steps back and reminds his dear audience that “spoilers have no place in a review.”The care for the reader is moving.  

Character analysis is not particularly deep in Dark World, but the artist paints a dazzling picture for his audience that transcends formulaic acknowledgements.  SOC gives life to his words and lets them roam. The reader’s mind shall be touched and it shall be blown.

Dark World is a special treat that is epically spoiler-free and crafted for the reader’s needs.    

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