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A new Marvel comics movie. Another one featuring Thor. Not a jumping on point, but you've all watched the previous films so that doesn't really matter.
Thor is looking for purpose. Valkyrie is rather in need of the same. Jane Foster is terminally ill. She needs a miracle. And she takes a chance.
Meanwhile, in another movie, Gorr the God Butcher was let down by his god. So he's going to kill them all.
Everyone will collide, and worlds and people will never be the same...etc....etc
This goes for the comedic tone as Thor Ragnarok did. It also has to bring in serious bits such as what's going on with Jane. And Gorr the God Butchers ultimate quest.
Question is, does the disparity of the shifting tone work?
That is going to be a matter of individual opinion. As you will see from other reviews, some don't think it does. The comedy is more broader and prevalent than in Thor Ragnarok. There's also Jane being a tough warrior with special powers. This does come directly from Marvel comics of a while back, so it has been taken from there and you can't really get at the 'woke social justice pc lobby' for it.
Korg narrates. You get to hear him a lot. Valkyrie tags along in search of a sub plot.
I give it four stars because I did enjoy it, did quite like the humour, and did think it pulled the serious parts in quite well. Although Valkyrie as mentioned could have been left out the film and it wouldn't really have been affected. Because it just doesn't do anything with her. Whereas all the other characters have completed a lot of development by the end.
Added to which, where the four Marvel movies from last year all started to feel a bit samey and lacking in jeopardy to me, this - like the Dr. Strange sequel - does manage to feel a bit more directorial driven and individualistic. And it does have a bit of jeopardy or two, which was sorely needed.
It's also nigh on stand alone, not trying to set anything up, and just getting to tell it's own story. Would that Eternals could have managed the same.
Like you won't give it a go? Just be aware of all the above if you do. Also be aware there's flashing lights at a few points. Which isn't good for some people.
And at least not a single one of the one star reviews is moaning about lack of 3D! Have people finally learned the meaning of the phrase 'review the product?'. Here's hoping.
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This arrived well packaged and within the delivery dates. We loved this film, It was full of action and funny lines, thrills, and tissue-needed moments. Thor is brilliantly funny and fights the bad guys so well. I am glad We got this. We didn't miss the extra scene after the credits either. I will gladly recommend this DVD and seller.
Don't get me wrong, it's not the best marvel movie. It did make me laugh at it and with it. But the critics seem to have a real downer on superhero movies at the moment but at least it's entertaining which is what movies should be, unlike some of those depressing dreary "criticly acclaimed, Oscar nominated" rubbish that seems to be coming out of Hollywood at the moment.
Is a 2022 American superhero film based on Marvel Comics featuring the character Thor, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. It is the sequel to Thor: Ragnarok (2017) and the 29th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The film is directed by Taika Waititi, who co-wrote the script with Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, and stars Chris Hemsworth as Thor alongside Christian Bale, Tessa Thompson, Jaimie Alexander, Waititi, Russell Crowe, and Natalie Portman. In the film, Thor attempts to find inner peace but must return to action and recruit Valkyrie (Thompson), Korg (Waititi), and Jane Foster (Portman)—who is now the Mighty Thor—to stop Gorr the God Butcher (Bale) from eliminating all gods.
Hemsworth and Waititi had discussed plans for a sequel to Ragnarok by January 2018. Love and Thunder was announced in July 2019, with Hemsworth, Waititi, and Thompson all set to return, as well as Portman who did not appear in Ragnarok. Waititi wanted to differentiate Love and Thunder from Ragnarok, seeking to make a romance film and 1980s-inspired adventure. He adapted elements from Jason Aaron's run on the Mighty Thor comic book, which sees Foster take on the mantle and powers of Thor whilst under treatment for cancer. Robinson joined to contribute to the script in February 2020, and further casting was revealed later that year including the appearance of the Guardians of the Galaxy. Production was expected to begin in late 2020 but was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Filming ultimately began in January 2021 in Sydney, Australia, and concluded at the beginning of June.
Thor: Love and Thunder premiered at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood on June 23, 2022, and was released in the United States on July 8, as part of Phase Four of the MCU. The film received mixed reviews who praised the film for its light-hearted nature, visuals, and the performances of Bale and Portman, while criticism was aimed at the screenplay and tonal inconsistency, with many critics deeming the film inferior to Ragnarok. Love and Thunder have grossed over $760 million worldwide, making it the sixth-highest-grossing film of 2022.
Very basic and I have no opinion on how they brought Jane Foster back. But to underuse Bale is a crime and to have him play The Godbutcher and only kill one God (Count them) in the whole film is preposterous. The jokes don't land or just keep repeating.