Top 20 Chris Hemsworth movies

Chris Hemsworth is an Australian actor. He is best renowned for his work in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Thor. On August 11, 1983, Chris Hemsworth was born in Melbourne, Australia. His mother is a nurse, while his dad is a doctor.

Chris studied at the University of Western Australia but dropped out to pursue acting full-time.

He began his acting in Home and Away. Kim Hyde is portrayed by career. (2004-2007) before landing the leading Thor’s function inside the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

He has also starred in Red Dawn (2012), Snow White and the Huntsman (2012), The Avengers (2012), Rush (2013), Blackhat in the Heart of the Sea (2015), and more.

Here we are going to list the best Chris Hemsworth :

The Avengers (2012) 

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Based on the same-named superhero team from Marvel Comics, The Avengers is a 2012 American superhero movie that Walt Disney Pictures made provides distribution for and produces Marvel Studios.

As part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it is the sixth film. Joss Whedon wrote and directed the movie.

Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, Tom Hiddleston, Clark Gregg, Cobie Smulders, and Stellan Skarsgard were all part of the ensemble cast.

In The Avengers (2012), Nick Fury (Jackson) assembles Iron Man (Downey), Captain America (Evans), Thor (Hemsworth), Black Widow (Johansson), Hawkeye (Renner), Hulk (Ruffalo), and Loki to form a team that must stop Thor’s brother Loki from subjugating Earth.

The story begins with Nick Fury telling the audience how he was responsible.

Star Trek (2009)

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In the 23rd century, humanity united to form the United Federation of Planets and was at war with the Klingon Empire. 

The Federation’s main military adversary is a Klingon criminal organization called the “Romulan Star Empire,” created by a group of Romulan dissidents from within the Klingon Empire. The story revolves around. 

USS Enterprise captain James T. Kirk is trying to stop an alien race known as the “Remans” from attacking Earth and taking over our planet.

Rush (2013)

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In 2013, a young man named James Hunt was determined to become a racing driver. 

He is an incredibly talented and skilled driver but needs more funds to invest in his racing career. This leads him to take on the challenge of driving for McLaren. 

To get this job, he has to compete against a more experienced driver named Niki Lauda. The two drivers face off in one of the most intense races in history.

Hunt’s determination and skill lead him to victory over Lauda, becoming a superstar racer overnight. 

After this victory, Hunt’s life spirals out of control as it becomes harder for him to maintain his success. 

He begins drinking heavily and partying all night long, which leads him into many dangerous situations that could have killed him at any moment if not for his luck. 

As time goes by, Hunt’s marriage falls apart as well as his relationship with McLaren which leads him back into racing with other teams where he eventually found

Thor: Ragnarok (2017)

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The 2017 superhero movie Thor: Ragnarok was Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures distributed a film created by Marvel Studios based on the Marvel Comics character Thor.

In Thor: Ragnarok, Asgard is threatened, but with the help of Hulk and Loki, Thor must defeat Hela and save his home from destruction.

The movie starts with Odin being warned by Heimdall that Asgard has been infiltrated by Loki, disguised as Odin, for two years. 

Odin then sends his daughter Hela to investigate this matter, and she kills him as he is in her way. 

Hela then goes to Asgard, where she destroys Mjolnir and captures Thor to take over the kingdom.

Thor is imprisoned in Sakaar, where he meets Valkyrie, who tells him that if he wants to escape, he needs to win a gladiator battle against Hulk. 

After defeating Hulk, Thor convinces him to help him get back to Asgard to stop Hela from destroying it. 

Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

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The Avengers are there to stop the great Thanos before his avalanche of destruction and disaster brings the universe to an end; allies must be prepared to give everything up.

The 19th movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is titled Avengers: Infinity War. The film is a culmination of 10 years of storytelling, and it brings together almost every character MCU to fight against Thanos.

The film starts with Thanos (Josh Brolin) and his army attacking Earth. They are looking for the Infinity Stones that are spread around the world. 

It’s up to Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), Spider-Man (Tom Holland), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Captain America (Chris Evans) to stop him from getting all six stones.

The story takes place two years after Ultron’s defeat, and we see how different characters have evolved. 

Tony Stark is still haunted by his experience with Ultron, so he creates an A.I. called JARVIS as a helper.

Bad Times At The El Royale (2018)

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The movie, Bad Times at the El Royale, is a thriller released in October of 2018. The film was written by Drew Goddard and is a sequel to the 1967 film of the same name. 

The cast includes Jeff Bridges, Cynthia Erivo, Dakota Johnson, Jon Hamm, and Chris Hemsworth.

The story takes place one night in 1969 at a hotel on Lake Tahoe called The El Royale. It follows seven people who are all staying there for various reasons and are all hiding secrets from one another. 

A mysterious stranger makes his way into their lives and starts to cause chaos among them as they get closer to figuring out his identity.

Ghostbusters (2016)

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Ghostbusters(2016) is a remake of the identical-titled movie from 1984. The film is about four scientists who start a company to catch ghosts for money.

The story begins with Erin Gilbert (Kristen Wiig) and Abby Yates (Melissa McCarthy) meeting at a university. 

They were expelled from their respective universities for studying the paranormal, but they are still passionate about it.

When they discover an opening to teach at Columbia University, they decide to go there and teach as part of their plan to get back into academia.

They meet Jillian Holtzmann (Kate McKinnon), an engineer and inventor while trying to find their way around Columbia University.

The three of them start working together on experiments with Abby’s particle thrower that can open portals into other dimensions, which attracts the attention of Dr. Erin Gilbert’s former partner Dr. Peter Venkman (Bill Murray).

Extraction (2020)

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Extraction (2020) is the story of a man trying to escape from his past and the government that has been hunting him for years. 

The story starts with him being captured by a group of people. These people have no idea who he is, but they know he needs to be extracted from where he has been hiding for years.

The man’s name is John, and he has been living in a bunker for years because he knows that people want to kill him. 

He doesn’t know why they want him dead, but it’s enough to make sure that, every day, someone will come after him.

One day, John gets captured by some unknown group of people, and they take him out of his bunker to extract him from this place where nobody else knows about it. 

They don’t know why these people want John dead or what kind of person he is, but all they know is if John stays in this place.

A Perfect Getaway (2009)

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2009-released thriller A Perfect Getaway was produced in America and directed by David Twohy, starring Timothy Olyphant and Milla Jovovich.

The film is set in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada. It follows a group of five friends who have been planning this trip for years. 

They are on their way to an isolated cabin with no cell phone coverage or other people around when they meet a man on the road who claims his car has broken down, and they give him a ride. 

He soon reveals that he has kidnapped one of them and tells the others that they must do what he says if they want to see their friend alive again.

12 Strong (2018)

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Based on the non-fiction book Horse Soldiers, a firsthand account of the true story that inspired the famous Hollywood movie Black Hawk Down.

In 2001, a CIA operative in Afghanistan’s secret base sent U.S. Special Forces to find Osama Bin Laden and overthrow his Taliban supporters.

12 Strong tells the story of a group of U.S. Special Forces sent to Afghanistan after 9/11 to help the Northern Alliance fight against the Taliban.

The film was adapted from a book by Doug Stanton and directed by Nicolai Fuglsig, who also directed Black Hawk Down (2001). 

Peter Craig and Ted Tally wrote the screenplay, which stars Chris Hemsworth, Michael Shannon, Michael Peña, Elsa Pataky, Austin Stowell, and Trevante Rhodes.

Snow White And The Huntsman (2012)

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Snow White And The Huntsman (2012) retells the fairy tale of Snow White. The story follows the life of Snow White, who is forced to flee her kingdom after her stepmother and huntsman betray her. 

She seeks refuge with the Seven Dwarfs in their forest house but finds it abandoned. She goes to live with the dwarfs’ cousins and the beavers and meets a huntsman named Eric.

The movie was directed by Rupert Sanders and starred Kristen Stewart as Snow White, Charlize Theron as Queen Ravenna, and Chris Hemsworth as Eric.

In The Heart Of The Sea (2015)

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When a whale of enormous size and strength strikes them in 1820, destroying their ship and leaving the crew (Chris Hemsworth, Benjamin Walker, and Cillian Murphy) adrift in the water, they must fight for their lives in a terrifying struggle. 

The survivors are pushed to their breaking point and are forced to turn to the unthinkable to survive storms, famine, terror, and despair. Their unique story finally inspired Herman Melville to write “Moby-Dick.”

According to reports, the film is based on the events of Herman Melville’s classic Moby Dick. We first meet Melville (Ben Whishaw), eager to hear the tale of the Essex whaling ship’s fatal run-in with the great white whale. 

He is prepared to pay the last surviving crew member of the ship all of the money he possesses. 

The crew member, Thomas, portrayed by Brendan Gleeson and who wears a halo of sorrow around him, is reluctant to talk about his experience because of reasons that will become evident later on. 

But with encouragement from his wife (Michelle Fairley), he starts to relieve himself.

Vacation (2015)

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Rusty Griswold (Ed Helms) delights his spouse (Christina Applegate) and two youngsters with a cross-country trip to America’s favorite amusement park, Walley World. 

Rusty and the crew load up the car and head off on the road for some much-needed family time, following in his father’s footsteps (Chevy Chase). 

For the Griswolds’ offspring and everybody they come into contact with, the pledge of fun soon turns into one mishap after another.

In the classic Vacation series, four different actors played Rusty as a child; Ed Helms now portrays him as an adult in Applegate’s portrayal of Debbie Griswold, Rusty’s wife.

Rusty, like his father, is a stepped-on, pushed-over Everyman who values spending time with his family above all else. To that end, he intends to recreate his youth’s Wally World road trip.

Blackhat (2015)

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A federal agent (Viola Davis) suggests that the FBI collaborate with China to track down the cybercriminals after an unidentified group hacks a nuclear plant in Hong Kong and the Mercantile Trade Exchange in Chicago. 

To aid in the investigation, Chen Dawai, the head of the Chinese team, demands that Chris Hemsworth’s Nick Hathaway, a convicted hacker, be allowed to leave prison. It soon becomes clear that the hackers act for dark reasons as Nick and his friends pursue their prey.

With the help of the aforementioned “RAT” (Remote Access Tool), a cunning hacker was able to manipulate the stock market after first creating a collapse at a Chinese power plant.

They understand they’ll have to use a hack to catch a hacker, so the Chinese and American intelligence officers working together to apprehend that hacker call in Nicholas Hathaway, an incarcerated computer genius with the mind of Mark Zuckerberg and the body of Chris Hemsworth. 

He turns his consultancy contract into a free pass from jail, and we’re going.

Men In Black: International (2019)

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The Men in Black have spread worldwide, but so have the universe’s villains. M and decorated Agent H work together to keep everyone safe. In an odd alliance that just might succeed, motivated rookie. 

When aliens that can assume any human shape land on Earth, H, and M set out on a world-spanning journey to stop the agency — and ultimately the world — from falling victim to their evil schemes.

Move over, to Tom Cruise and Keanu Reeves; there’s a new summer action hero in town, and her name is Tessa Thompson. 

She portrays Molly Wright, who, after learning of Men in Black’s existence as a child, has devoted her life to finding and joining them. 

She joins forces with Agent H (Chris Hemsworth) to discover a mole in the London bureau as Agent M, her new alias. 

The movie is a beautiful example of a big-budget spectacle, with recognizable creatures and exciting combat scenes that live up to the original film. 

The actual star of the show is Thompson, who makes a name for herself as a new breed of action figure who is also humorous, sly, and refreshingly vulnerable.

The Huntsman: Winter’s War (2016)

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Heartbroken Freya (Emily Blunt), betrayed by her wicked sister Ravenna (Charlize Theron), withdraws to a northern kingdom to build an army of huntsmen as her guardians.

Freya, endowed with the power to turn her adversaries into ice, instructs her youthful soldiers never to fall in love. When Eric (Chris Hemsworth) and his fellow warrior Sara disobey this order, the enraged queen does everything she can to stop them. 

Eric and Sara attempt to end Ravenna’s evil rule as the conflict between the siblings worsens.

The Huntsman: Winter’s War is the most pointless sequel of 2016. While we enjoyed Snow White and the Huntsman (2012) and its imaginative retelling of the traditional fairy tale, I did not want to see the plot pick up where that movie left off. 

We can’t say that my curiosity wasn’t aroused, though, by the inclusion of luminous heavyweights Emily Blunt as the Ice Queen Freya and Jessica Chastain as the fierce warrior woman Sara, as well as Charlize Theron’s return as the Evil Queen Ravenna and Chris Hemsworth as the titular huntsman Eric.

Red Dawn (2012)

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When North Korean troops attack the United States and take over Spokane, Washington, a recently returned Iraq War veteran (Chris Hemsworth) and a group of teenagers (Josh Peck, Josh Hutcherson) flee to the woods and create a band of freedom fighters. 

The youths, who go by Wolverines, initiate guerilla operations against the invaders. Still, it is determined Thor’s function inside the Marvel Cinematic Universe is out against the enemy’s overwhelming numbers and artillery.

We see scrambled telecasts describing a fictitious political situation building up to North Korea bombing the Pacific Northwest during the opening titles. 

You might wonder how (incredibly) unlikely it is for North Korea to attack a country its size and population multiple times. 

We have every right to pose such queries. There needs to be a prevailing thesis to support the Tea Party allegation that the present administration has overstretched America and failed to safeguard its borders, despite the possibility that this is the theme being demonstrated.

Instead, think about how the film, which had China as its primary antagonist and was done shooting three years prior, was left in limbo due to MGM’s money woes.

Thor: The Dark World (2013)

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The gods of Asgard successfully defeated an evil species known as the Dark Elves in ancient times. 

The survivors were defeated, and their most potent weapon, the Aether, was buried in a cavern. 

Aether is discovered and made a host by Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) hundreds of years later, prompting Thor (Chris Hemsworth) to transport her to Asgard lest Dark Elf Malekith (Christopher Eccleston) captures Jane and uses the Aether to destroy the Nine Realms, including Earth.

Jane Foster discovers a vortex and ends up with total dark energy within her.

Thor: The Dark Planet is the Marvel version of “Crocodile” Dundee II since he must take her back to his world to save and remove the force from her. As a result, the fish-out-of-water equation is reversed this time.

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