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This isn’t a movie for those who crave finely tuned plotting. Like its titular hero, this superhero sequel is big and broad and self-satisfied but not terribly concerned with the details. For those who like special-effects-ridden hero films, which, judging by recent box-office numbers, appears to be just about everyone, it’s also reasonably entertaining as well.
The superhero genre dominated much of the movie scene this summer, and while some of these films seemed more like life-size comic books than movies, some stood out from the pack.
"Thor" opens on a starry night in the New Mexico desert. Two scientists - Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) and Erik Selvig (Stellan Skarsgard) - and their assistant, Darcy (Kat Dennings), are out hunting for evidence of a rare cosmic phenomenon they think could provide a bridge to another dimension.
One of my key investing themes is to locate disruptive technologies that are on the cusp of breaking out in terms of adoption in business-to-business, business-to-consumer or consumer-to-consumer applications. One such technology is radio frequency identification (RFID).