Atom User Reviews for Thor: Love and Thunder
Disney sure is a disappointment over the last year or so. Every one of their crappy movies these days has to have all sorts of terrible innuendos (gay) and woke advertising.
Contains GLBT propaganda. Leave the kids at home.
MCU died when Thanos snapped
it was ok but just like all the new kids movies they put their perv agenda in it wasn't the best thor
Christian Bale was amazing as Gorr the God Butcher
Screaming goats topped it.
Disney is messing up Marvel movies!
Fun Movie aside from the Woke BS crammed into the movie like a sore thumb
Of all the movies I’ve seen this year, this is one of them.
Christian bale amazing job!
it's funny, it has your great Marvel action scenes you've come to love, it's just the right length, Christian Bale was excellent, there's some adult references and innuendo but that shouldn't deter you from seeing the film
Kinda cringe ngl
Just don't waste your time or money. I think they forgot how to make decent movies.
Great performance by Christian Bale
If you love Marvel movies you have to see the new Thor, Love and Thunder. Saw it and there a lot of corny lines, but still enjoyable!
Major let down. Too forced and was nothing like the previous marvel movies. Too many love stories
Too much comedy even during serious scenes
As boring as other Thor Movies but now with propaganda
Dont watch the second post credit scene not worth it states the obvios
tried to hard to make it funny; very cringe
Movie title doesn't fit the show because it only gets applied due to the outcome of the story. Expectation was that it applied to the Thor love connection, not the newly acquired family from the final scenes. I felt a little betrayed by that plot twist.
The Thor franchise has been destroyed. Worst Thor movie I’ve ever seen
From moment I saw the marvel logo I was already bricked up. Best Thor movie. Ps: Chris Hemsworth’s Booty is to die for.
Christian Bale 👏🏼
haven't really loved Natalie Portman in the other Thor movies but I feel they finally did her justice! She absolutely wins my heart in this one.
Lighting bolts all over the place!!!!!!
needs a directors cut
Christian Bale 😍😍😍😍
Good Movie, and funny
Christian Bale is a GOATTTTTT
The humor was excellent and the emotional experience was relatable.
Super fun movie with tons of laughs, action, and drama! Loved the ride and leaves you wanting more in a good way. A+
A MUST SEE MOVIE!!!!
hilarious to the max!
One of the most entertaining MCU movies of the year
Cliche, funny good, but anythjng after avengers endgame isn’t that great.
Such an amazing experience
Great Marvel movie. Good plot with action and comedy
Funny movie with a lot of action. Villain is very powerful and his motivation is understandable. This movie also teases at future projects.
What a great Movie
Not what I expected
I quite enjoyed the movie, but the crew I went with said it was mid. It’s quiet cheesy and rom-com but a refresher from the typical Marvel movie. No multiverse stuff which I enjoyed since we’ve been given alot
A RomCom with action scenes is what I'll describe as. Not great, but certainly good.
Was a little more comedic than anything else but still enjoyed it and Bale’s performance was amazing
5 stars all the way. This movie is simply the G.O.A.T for thor series. 🤣
Love and Thunder is an urgent reminder that in order for the MCU to keep going, in an entertaining, soulful way, creativity and innovation is required. You can’t just say “multiverse” 1,000 times and call it a movie.
Sans some overarching Avengers narrative providing these standalone epics their thrust, Thor: Love and Thunder plays adrift and uneven, once again resistant to use its untethered narrative and leading hunk in any meaningful—meaningfully sexy—way. By film’s end, when one character tells another to “choose love,” I could hear a handful in my theater beginning to sniffle and cry. It’s hard to understand why. The only thing my eyes could do was roll.
It’s the mix of tones — the cheeky and the deadly, the flip and the romantic — that elevates “Thor: Love and Thunder” by keeping it not just brashly unpredictable but emotionally alive.