Synopsis: The story begins with our world by removing Gorr The God Butcher (Christian Bale) and getting back to his best, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is attracted to his former lover Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) and caught between his former hammer Mjolnir and his current the axe Stormbreaker. To keep him company, there are two huge screaming goats.
Review: The thunder roared in the most recent season of ‘Stranger things more than in this romantic comedy , which half poses a serious questionDo Gods fail you also? Are you always alone and do you believe that love is the only hope?
Taika Waititi’s mind is amazing area to explore. Only she can guide you on a Thor’s dad bod-bod-sad bod bod adventure. Only he has the ability to test two Australians, Russell Crowe in a white mini skirt against a shirtless Hemsworth and only he will make you laugh out loud by presenting a satirical view of Thor. As filmmaker, he skillfully employs humor to tackle the most brutal reality of death and life. A person who is fighting cancer in stage 4 believes in miracles and their transforming nature, while another is confronted by the mighty. The film is a great popcorn-maker with a touch of emotion.
The effort of director Tim Waititi to broaden the comical and eccentric side of Thor which is also evident in Ragnarok is refreshing. However, he pushes the boundaries somewhat too far this time. The romcom that is genre fluid is an absolute blast but not as exciting in terms of scale and action for an Marvel film. The sharp stunts and slick humor keep you entertained however, you don’t get the more expansive intimidating superhero attraction of the Asgardian Avenger. It’s all too simple and cut to speed up the story. The scenes are consistently blurry. The lack of development also does not create the emotions expected in an event like this.
Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Thor, God of thunder , is the last of Marvel’s Phase 1 superheroes. He is still ruling in the fourth phase and Waititi’s hilarious brain is worthy of a bow for this. But, Phase 4 seems a little lost director trying to take the series to different directions. “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ was all-out horror while ‘Love and Thunder is a generic romcom. Although Natalie Portman shines in her main role, and she has a specially-crafted feminist line, “Don’t call me ‘lady Thor, the name is mighty Thor'”, it’s Christian Bale you feel the most. His character, ‘Gorr’, is too confused and unclear to be a terrifying nemesis. The sketchy character doesn’t require a character as skilled as Bale. In spite of having no competitors Two screaming goats are able to steal Thor’s thunder. I’m not kidding you.