Thor: Love and Thunder It is definitely the best movie in the Marvel Studios God of Thunder saga.
Thor: Love and thunder is an action-packed romantic comedy that offers us an electrifying show that surprises locals and strangers in the best of ways.
Taking us through new and surprising territories that will not leave anyone indifferent. After this movie The Mighty Thor has undoubtedly become my favorite goddess. And I put my hand in the fire that she will become everyone’s favorite. And Cap… Fabric! Could we be talking about the best villain in Marvel Studios?
Thor: Love and Thunder It’s a pure Taika Waititi movie. So if you did not agree with the proposal that the director gave us in Thor: Ragnarök… I don’t know if this is your film.
Although it must be recognized that in Thor: Love and Thunder it lowers the level of comedy and brings other aspects that fit like a glove to a story as dramatic as The Mighty Thor and Gorr.
But even with those, Thor is still a comedy because Taika Waititi imprints his particular DNA and it shows in all aspects of the film.
Thor: Love and Thunder picks up Odinson where we left off at the end of Avengers: Endgame living the thousand and one adventures with the Guardians of the Galaxy; suffering a millennial forties crisis that will make him rethink his place in the cosmos; but soon the threat of Gorr the Butcher of Gods will make him return to New Asgard where he will be reunited with his old love: Jane Foster who has now become The Mighty Thor. Along with the Queen of Asgard. They will travel to Omnipotence City to ask all the gods for help. To start a battle like no other. Against the evil that promises to end all the gods of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Thor: Love and Thunder is a romantic comedy with touches of galactic epic with touches of terror when it comes to mapping this new mythological corner that they present us with, expanding the presence of the Gods to unsuspected limits.
Yes indeed. We are talking about comedy… But Thor: Love and Thunder also has a lot of drama. Above all. In the new ribbon adds. Who become those who articulate the central theme. Love and Thunder. The Mighty Thor and Gorr.
It is noted that Taika Waititi has made the Thor franchise his own since Chris Hemsworth is very comfortable with the role of Thor and it seems that it will continue for another season; while Valkyrie our dearest Tessa Thompson definitely becomes one more co-star and has become one of my favorite superheroines thanks to this movie, but the one that undoubtedly shines the most in the whole show is: The Mighty Thor.
Natalie Portman returns once again to play Jane Foster who after discovering she has cancer decides to turn to Asgardian magic and stumbles upon Mjolnir and the rest is history. The Mighty Thor is crowned as the best of the film. Speechless.
The love story between Thor and Thor is the central core of the film and will take us through territories that make Thor: Love and Thunder a romantic comedy. The ideal movie to watch on Valentine’s Day. And prepare handkerchiefs.
Gorr The Butcher of Gods played by Christian Bale gives us without a doubt one of the best villains of the Thor saga and of Marvel Studios I would dare to say. The tragic story of him. He is the real engine that articulates Thor: Love and Thunder. And build a three-dimensional character. Tragic. Although of course… It’s quite out of tune with the tone of all of Love and Thunder.
Russell Crowe debuts in Thor: Love and Thunder like Zeus kind of replacing Odin as the sullen All-Father and he doesn’t disappoint.
Thor: Love and Thunder goes straight to the point and never lets you get bored. Fun. emotional. Action packed. And moments to remember.
But he does not forget the most personal and soulful moments, which are the ones that go straight to the heart and it shows.
The worst thing is that it is by no means the last Thor movie, and in the end the film is still just another adventure of the Son of Odin and Thor: Ragnarök if it played like the definitive Thor movie.
Nevertheless Thor: Love and Thunder It is presented as one more movie supposedly like the second of Taika Waititi’s Thor trilogy because the shots are sure to go that way. Without forgetting spin-off series for Disney +.
By the way. The Guardians of the Galaxy. Good. I am looking forward to seeing the Christmas special that will be released on Disney + and of course Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3.
James Gunn did not like the idea of imposing Thor for Guardians and in the film he manages to air this plot inherited from Avengers: Endgame in the best way.
Thor: Love and Thunder does not need to embellish the plots or lengthen the reflective moments too much, but it goes as it goes. With a lot of comedy in between.
A popcorn movie to enjoy at the cinema or in a few months at Disney+. To taste. Taika Waititi in this movie is unleashed to give us the funniest Thor movie. At all levels. There is a very cool sequence where he plays with colors that has become one of my favorites from Marvel Studios.
Taika Waititi’s distinctive DNA is evident in every aspect of the film. What can create aversion.
And it is that the humor that is spent can be taken out of the film on occasion, although in Thor: Love and Thunder it has not been like that.
Taika Waititi in Thor: Love and Thunder gives us the occasional sequence to frame; he does not forget the epic.
Michael Giacchino’s music is magnificent. But here we find another evil of the Thor film saga and that is that in each film we have a new composer and of course…
With regard to adapting the plot arcs of the Butcher of Gods and the Mighty Thor from the portentous stage of Jason Aaron’s Thor, I have to say that they have embroidered it for a two-hour movie.
They have been able to compress two plot arcs that did not even coincide in time and have been able to combine them in a perfect way. Spinning fine.
We must understand that the adventures we read with Gorr and Jane Foster as Thor lasted for years, which would allow other aspects to be delved into and make the arc of the character a much more epic journey, if possible, but in the film they know how to respect the source material. , restating it in its own way within the continuity of the MCU, but without forgetting the important parts; but with that of passing well above everything. But for that we will always have the comics.
Thor: Love and Thunder definitely becomes the best Thor movie and gives us an action-packed romantic comedy with one of the best villains of Marvel Studios and one of the best superheroines: The Mighty Thor.
Obviously the film promises that it will polarize the public because if there is something Taika Waititi has, it is that it does not leave me indifferent whether I like it or not. It seems there is no middle ground.
So I predict that there will be people who hate Thor: Love and Thunder because of the tone that Taika Waitit prints, which breaks with the expectations of the most coffee lovers of the God of Thunder.
But we must not forget that this Thor is from the Marvel Studios Cinematic Universe and Chris Hemsworth is alive and if he wants to continue with everything… Go ahead! Give me more Thor!
I love the vibe that the Thor franchise is following and I’m looking forward to seeing how Taika Waititi concludes his unique trilogy of the God of Thunder from Marvel Studios but it already looks like it will be something unforgettable.
Don’t miss the two post-credits scenes of Thor: Love and Thunder!