Thor: Love and Thunder Review: Is It Better Than Ragnarok?

Thor Love and Thunder (2022)

Thor: Love and Thunder is the latest installment in the Thor series and it doesn’t disappoint. Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman are hilarious as always and the visuals are stunning. The movie is one of Marvel’s strongest films and is exactly what a superhero movie should be.

Thor: Love and Thunder isn’t as much fun as its trailers. But it’s close enough. That said, considering the weight of expectations people have for this movie and how much they loved Thor: Ragnarok, there is a decent chance some people will be let down. Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie gets some great scenes, but her character feels underserved. Thor: Love and Thunder is a good time at the movies.

Thor: Ragnarok was a fun, irreverent romp that really put Marvel’s God of Thunder on the map. But Love and Thunder is something else entirely. It’s a movie that takes the Ragnarok formula and pushes it bigger and weirder than before. The film is a far more emotional and, arguably, more satisfying story than its predecessor.

Thor: Love and Thunder is a step-up from Thor: Ragnarok in terms of exhibition, wit, emotion, and maturity. And the plot itself is a rollercoaster ride of surprises, laughs, and feels. If you loved Thor: Ragnarok, you’ll love Thor: Love and Thunder even more.

Additionally, Thor: Love and Thunder is everything you want in a romantic comedy and then some. Hemsworth and Portman play off of each other so well, it’s like they’ve been doing this for years. The back-and-forth between the two is so natural, you’ll be drawn in from the very first scene. And the chemistry! It’s electric. You can feel the tension crackling between them every time they’re on screen together. The movie is funny, smart, and just plain charming.

Visually, Thor: Love and Thunder is one of the most stunning movies in the MCU. The CG environments are so expansive, and so garishly colorful, that it almost looks animated. Even Thor himself seems to have been rendered in a different medium – his muscles are so perfectly defined, and his hair is so lustrous, that he looks more like a Barbie doll than a human being. But what really sets this movie apart from its predecessors is its use of color.

Every scene is saturated with vivid hues, creating a visual feast that is sure to dazzle audiences. Whether you’re watching Thor battle aliens in an otherworldly landscape or simply walking down the street, you’ll be treated to a dazzling display of color and light. Thor: Love and Thunder is a visually stunning movie that is sure to leave audiences amazed.

Ultimately, Thor: Love and Thunder is the most entertaining Phase 4 movie to date. The plot is simple yet effective, the action is Brad Pitt-worthy, and the humor is on point. Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, and Tessa Thompson have great chemistry and the film made me actually care about the relationship between Thor and Jane Foster. This is a must-watch for any Marvel fan.

For the latest news on everything happening in Chester County and the surrounding area, be sure to follow MyChesCo on Google News and Microsoft Start.