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Thor at the Bus Stop film showing

The Norse God Thor has landed in a Nevada suburb, leaving a jocular mess in his wake as he attempts to save the world. Overwhelming? Just wait until you meet the outrageous characters that make up that mess: the man impaled by a traffic sign who can find no help, the swindler who finds a nice car to steal, the swindlee who is way too chill to care, the pizza delivery guy who takes way more than 30 minutes, the precious 10-year-old “angel” who tries to make the hammer-holding hero happy during the homestretch, and several more.

When: Thursday, March 10, 2011
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Where: Theatre 7, 1406 S. Third St., Las Vegas

Cost: $7

Age limit: All ages

Categories: Film, Downtown

Event posted March 9, 2011
Last updated March 9, 2011

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