Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)

Thor Love and Thunder (2022)

Movie Details

Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)
Director: Taika Waititi
Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman and Christian Bale
Movie Genres: Action/Adventure
Release date: 6 July 2022
IMDB Rating: 6.2/10
Languages: English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada
Duration: 1h 59m


Thor Love and Thunder (2022)

The Thor movie series has long been the wildest Marvel Studios has put together. The first part was a Shakespearean fairy tale, the second an attempt at a comic Game of Thrones, and the third a fantasy comedy in the style of Flash Gordon. Before that, Thor still developed in the individual parts of the Avengers (at least in the three and four), so he is by far the most variable Marvel superhero.

Does the fourth part of the Asgard series called Thor: Love and Thunder continue its evolution? I’d like to say yes, but unfortunately, that’s not the case. Although Thor will, of course, see a few key changes, his character is stuck in a weird place, where the brave superhero became a not worth who only knows how to make arrogant jokes.

Even this time, the mighty Thor is a slightly annoying lazy person who often is even smarter and more or less has no idea how to stop the new threat in the form of the killer of the gods. With the charisma and musculature of Chris Hemsworth, he can, of course, afford it, because as long as some of the jokes work and Marvel is waiting for spectacular scenery from the computers, people will not run away from the cinemas.

On the contrary, after the trailers it must have been clear to everyone that there will be a repeat of Thor: Ragnarok just without the element of surprise and without the ambition to make something more than another crazy comedy. However, Thor: Love and Thunder goes over the edge to such an extent that most of the film resembles not an epic fantasy, but rather a string of expensive Saturday Night Live.

It’s almost fascinating how the bad management of the actors is met with a lack of interest in tension, screenwriting laziness, and a weak set. Taika Waititi seems to have completely abandoned everything except the attempt at stupid humor because the audience comes automatically and wants to see the expensive action and Hemsworth’s unboned ass anyway.

Theaters may be filling up as expected and Thor: Ragnarok fans are once again rejoicing in what a unique experience they got. But I have a feeling of creative timidness from Thor: Love and Thunder, which Waititi himself supports with the beginning and end of the film, which look completely different from the rest of the film – and they are mainly due to Gorr.

Christian Bale in the role of the villain (as usual) works one hundred percent here and completely ignores the funny way that happens around the god of thunder. The result is an unusually powerful scene for a Marvel movie, which clearly shows that Waititi can do drama when pushed. But he seems to prefer not to get into it too much because he is well aware of the lesson “An average comedy is more grateful to the audience than an average drama”.

In the three storylines between which the film takes place, it is clear that Waititi wrote a drama about a lot of serious things. However, he subsequently filled 80% of the footage with humor and so did the trailers by the way, which deliberately ignored what the new Thor was really about.

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