If you haven’t noticed the Dutch angles in Thor, and I’m not sure that’s possible, I’m about to ruin the film for you. If you’re watching the movie with someone for the first time, just say, “Pay attention to how often the screen is tilted.”
A Dutch angle is “a camera shot in which the camera has been rotated relative to the horizon or vertical lines in the shot. The primary use of such angles is to cause a sense of unease or disorientation for the viewer,” Wikipedia tells us. The first Thor movie is filled to the brim with Dutch angles.