Thor: Love and Thunder Early Reviews are In, Things Are Looking Good

Thor: Love and Thunder: Just 3 days are left for the premiere of the next installment in Marvel’s Thor storyline on big screen around the world.

As is the norm, members of the media were given early screenings of the film to help them write reviews and give audiences an idea of what to expect when they go to see the movie.

The fourth Thor movie is Thor: Love and Thunder. The movie centres on Thor (played here by Chris Hemsworth), as he struggles with a midlife crisis.

He is trying to recover from his traumatic experience in Marvel’s Infinity Saga when he lost his siblings, his parents, and his hammer.

Read More Thor Love and Thunder DOP reveals it was incredibly difficult to shoot that scene

This movie has themes that Thor is reuniting with his past. Jane Foster, Thor’s ex-girlfriend (played by Natalie Portman), has returned to the role of Mjolnir and is now the bearer his exhammer. Thor will team up with Jane (played here by Tessa Thompson), Korg, (played here by Taika Waititi), as well as the Guardians of The Galaxy, to confront Gorr the God Butcher (played in a stunning Christian Bale).

Fans have high hopes for this film as early reviews are positive and mostly focus on Thor: Love and Thunder’s ability to bring the same flair as Thor: Ragnorok, but with more.

Here are some of the early reviews about Thor: Love and Thunder

Thor: Love and Thunder

Read More Thor Love and Thunder DOP reveals it was incredibly difficult to shoot that scene

“Ultimately, Waititi raises the ante in Thor: Love and Thunder , delivering a film that is just as moving as it is funny. Waititi once again lays an uproarious comedy baseline but, unlike with  Ragnarok The filmmaker weaves in an incredibly touching message about love and life. It’s a message that, in the end, informs and evolves the titular character and his ex-girlfriend-turned-superhero, paying off a decade-long storyline and establishing interesting new threads that can stretch into future MCU films.” – Ben Kendrick,  Screen Rant.

“Even though Paradise City and Valhalla are both populated by love and loss, there is still love.” Thor  Dutifully, both catharsis as well as entertainment is provided in a climax which inevitably doubles up as a setting for the next installment. This cinematic universe feels more and more too large to fail, and too vast to support its endless machinations. Waititi might not see the point, but it’s still fun. – Leah Greenblatt  Entertainment Weekly.

Thor Love and Thunder‘ DOP reveals it was incredibly difficult to shoot that scene

Just 3 days are left for the premiere of the next installment in Marvel’s Thor storyline on big screen around the world. As is the norm, members of the media were given early screenings of the film to help them write reviews and give audiences an idea of what t expect when they go to see the movie.

The fourth Thor movie is Thor: Love and Thunder. The movie centers on Thor (played here by Chris Hemsworth), as he struggles with a midlife crisis. He is trying to recover from his traumatic experience in Marvel’s Infinity Saga when he lost his siblings, parents, and his hammer.

This movie has themes that Thor is reuniting with his past. Jane Foster, Thor’s ex-girlfriend (played by Natalie Portman), has returned to the role of Mjolnir and is now the bearer his exhammer. Thor will team up with Jane (played here by Tessa Thompson), Korg, (played here by Taika Waititi), as well as the Guardians of The Galaxy, to confront Gorr the God Butcher (played in a stunning Christian Bale).

Fans have high hopes for this film as early reviews are positive and mostly focus on Thor: Love and Thunder’s ability to bring the same flair as Thor: Ragnorok, but with more.

Here are some of the early reviews.

“Ultimately, Waititi raises the ante in Thor: Love and Thunder , delivering a film that is just as moving as it is funny. Waititi once again lays an uproarious comedy baseline but, unlike with  Ragnarok The filmmaker weaves in an incredibly touching message about love and life. It’s a message that, in the end, informs and evolves the titular character and his ex-girlfriend-turned-superhero, paying off a decade-long storyline and establishing interesting new threads that can stretch into future MCU films.” – Ben Kendrick,  Screen Rant.

“Even though Paradise City and Valhalla are both populated by love and loss, there is still love.” Thor  Dutifully, both catharsis as well as entertainment is provided in a climax which inevitably doubles up as a setting for the next installment. This cinematic universe feels more and more too large to fail, and too vast to support its endless machinations. Waititi might not see the point, but it’s still fun. – Leah Greenblatt  Entertainment Weekly.

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