With the arrival of Taika Waititi, a bit of chaos is expected and Thor: Love and Thunder does not seem to be an exception. After a mixed reaction to the latest blockbuster of Marvel Doctor Strange in Multiverse of Madness, fans are eagerly awaiting the lighter scene, which is Chris Hemsworth in the lead role of the successor to the Thor franchise. In love and thunder, Thor finds himself on a small spiritual path as he begins to seek inner peace. His plans to retire turn into a bit of a battle when Gorr the God Butcher (Christian Bale) tries to destroy all the gods (meaning his name tells you everything) and Thor has to get a few old friends to stop. extinction of the gods.
Love and Thunder sees Thor reunite with Valkyrie King (Tessa Thompson), Korg (Waititi) and his ex-girlfriend Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), who now plays Mjolnir as Mighty Thor. This trio is not the only group of friends Thor was with during his space adventure – he was preparing to take part in the Guardians of the Galaxy screen. As revealed in previous trailers, Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), Nebula (Karen Gillan), Rocket (Bradley Cooper), Big (Vin Diesel), Drax (Dave Bautista), Mantis (Pom Klementieff) and Kraglin (Sean Gunn) performances in the movie. Other actors include Jaimie Alexander, Sam Neill, Luke Hemsworth, Matt Damon, Melissa McCarthy and Russell Crowe.
Thor’s latest film, Thor: Ragnorak, has met with many positive early reviews, with many critics and fans praising Waititi for his unique brand of humor and humor. But how does Thor: Love and Thunder happen with early reactions? We’ll see what the Midgardians say.
Collider himself didn’t have much to say to Steve Weintraub right after the premiere, but he struggled and hoped that Waititi would shoot more Marvel games, which is definitely a positive thing.
Collider’s Perri Nemiroff and Therese Lacson said the film was “full of good vibes” and “lots of laughter and tears.” Both emphasize how ridiculous Thor: Love and Thunder is, given Waititi’s clever style.
Overall, most critics seem to be positive about Thor: Love and Thunder, with critics such as Griffin Schiller, Hector Navarro, Kirsten Acuna and Richard Nebens giving the film a “warm hug”, “rad as hell”, “naming the best contribution in Phase 4.” and “unexpectedly personal and cordial.”
Some are not entirely attracted by the humor, music and visual elements that the film provides, Kristian Harloff, Scott Menzel and Jacob Kleinman argue that the film is “tonal everywhere” and less likely to be followed by the “comedy bombast in Ragnarok”.
Jeff Zhang praised the film for not being interested in portraits – which was very different from Marvel’s last premiere.
Thor and Jane’s fans seem to be in the spotlight, as some critics such as Lyra Hale claim to have sent the duo in less than two hours thanks to the film:
Erik Davis also focuses on the romantic aspects of the film, emphasizing that the film is “Thor’s classic adventure!”