Thor: Love and Thunder
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Movie Info & Cast
- Chris Hemsworth
- Taika Waititi
- Natalie Portman
- Christian Bale
- Tessa Thompson
- Russell Crowe
- Jaimie Alexander
- Chris Pratt
- Dave Bautista
- Karen Gillan
Atom User Reviews
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.
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.