#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Thor enlists the help of Valkyrie, Korg and ex-girlfriend Jane Foster to fight Gorr the God Butcher, who intends to make the gods extinct.
Plot: After his retirement is interrupted by Gorr the God Butcher, a galactic killer who seeks the extinction of the gods, Thor enlists the help of King Valkyrie, Korg, and ex-girlfriend Jane Foster, who now inexplicably wields Mjolnir as the Mighty Thor. Together they embark upon a harrowing cosmic adventure to uncover the mystery of the God Butcher’s vengeance and stop him before it’s too late.
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“Thor: Love and Thunder boasts a bittersweet story about finding peace and love in suffering and pain, without forgetting the necessary thunderous action that reaches its best level in a long sequence surrounded by a breathtaking black-and-white color palette.
Christian Bale stands out with a terrifying performance as one of MCU’s best villains in recent years, while Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman share excellent chemistry. Visually distinct and with a unique soundtrack, the formulaic screenplay benefits immensely when focusing on the complex arcs of each character.
Still, the continuous comedy bits – far from the hilarious creativity of the past – deny further exploration, removing emotional value from the third act. The action featuring generic CGI shadow monsters holds predictable issues, and an irrelevant plot deviation only serves as a teaser for future content.
Overall, Taika Waititi succeeds yet again, but this time, he fails to reach the full potential of the premise.”
This was my favourite of the Marvel franchises, but boy have we now plumbed the depths. Taika Waititi presents us here with a mess of a film that dumps just about all of the original exciting Norse mythology and legend, and substitutes it with something little better than a cartoon. Chris Hemsworth does try quite hard, and nobody could ever doubt Christian Bale’s commitment to his roles – he must have lost half his bodyweight as he portrays the emaciated “Gorr”. This poor fellow loses his daughter but has hopes that his local god will step in. Nope, as Jordan Peele might have said, and as the evil necro-sword mysteriously appears in his hand, he duly dispatches this thoughtless immortal and thereby vows to do the same for all the rest. When several Asgardian children are kidnapped and taken to the shadowland, it falls to Thor, “King Valkyrie” (Tessa Thompson) and the newly empowered – but terminally ill – “Jane” (Natalie Portman) to thwart this plan. Along the way, they try to recruit some other gods from different pantheons – notably Zeus (a hammily absurd Russell Crowe) but ultimately it’s all down to these three to save the day. There is a bit of humour at the start – and maybe Jane Fonda would have been an useful addition, but for the most part this film is neither one thing nor another with too much romance – a serious illness that just didn’t belong in a light-heated fantasy film that treats death as an occupational hazard for the characters; and the need to generate and sustain the supporting characters reduced the impact of Thor to little more than a team player in a red cape. The ending is weak, but frankly no more so than most of the rest of this truly disappointing feature. If you stick right to the end of the credits, you will see that perhaps Hercules is to be the next topic for this character – I can only hope Sir Kenneth Branagh is available. Looks great on a big screen, superb visual effects etc., but Marvel have lost their way with this…
Expectations are a terrible thing..
..and yet, this is all so very familiar.
Lots of silly jokes (the goats get old really fast), an average villain plot, and no real stakes at any point. Add the fact that beings die (cheaply) and some just don’t (a lot), then powerful Gods that become inconsistently useless for the sake of plot. I’m tired of mediocrity. No amount of colorful scenes will make this work, waititi. The worst part is that it uses stories that were written with buildup, intent and merit for a Comic.. and it feels like they were mushed and summarized onto an average script for the sake of substance. That is not to say Chris and Natalie didn’t deliver on the emotional tones! It was the part I enjoyed the most.. But it feels ultimately hollow and unimportant.
It’s a decent watch, in the same vein as the first Ant-Man. The masses might like it (although the theater I went to was mostly silent).
You can see naked Thor in the trailer.. so, just wait for the Disney+ release.
You CAN try to make a movie too funny.
First off let’s start by asking what gods Gorr the GOD BUTCHER actually butchered? Some off screen, one he killed that was far from butchering at the beginning of the movie, apparently cut off Sif’s arm but at no point did he seem like this absolutely terrifying villain he should have been. Thor, Valkyrie and Jane never seemed afraid of him in the least. In fact, in the times they were captured they were never hurt, Thor just kept making wise cracks and in the battles Gorr never seemed to have an upper hand other than wounding Valkyrie who was apparently never even close to death. Christian Bale played the character wonderfully but the script was just bad.
Now for the humor. There’s so much of it that it isn’t even humorous anymore. In fact, after the 4th joke in 60 seconds I found myself just going “can we get on with the movie?”. Many of the jokes fell flat to the point I only heard a handful of people laughing now and then in the movie theater. The “serious” moments are interrupted by more joking. Jane telling Thor she has cancer has to be a serious moment right? Cut to Valkyrie and Korg making jokes and singing in the other room. Jane receiving chemo? Nope, “funny” moment of her tearing apart her own book to explain wormholes to another guy in the office. The screaming goats were funny the first time they screamed then it just got annoying.
Why were the Guardians of the Galaxy in this movie? Starlord looked like a hobo and everyone else was just screaming to the point that it gave me a headache and then of course they brought the goats in.
Nobody dies or comes close to dying to a villain in this movie and perhaps that’s one of many reasons it wasn’t enjoyable. None of the villains have seemed like villains in phase 4. Gorr was redeemed at the end after being beaten. Jane dies of cancer which was expected but then goes to Valhalla in the end credit scene so nothing seems “final”.
Thor steals Zeus’ thunderbolt and ends up giving the power of Thor to kids in the movie temporarily…but he whispers it to the Thunderbolt so shouldn’t it have been the power of Zeus? This was just one of so many plotholes in this movie. Eternity can grant any wish but uh….why didn’t they use that to bring back those erased in the snap or Natasha.
The best part of this movie was Thor arguing with Stormbreaker because of him being jealous of Mjolnir. They finally make up after Thor “gives him a beer” but then at the end of the movie he gives it to Gorr’s resurrected daughter. It’s just a small little arc there that went nowhere.
Overall this movie was horrible. They tried to take Ragnarok’s mix of humor and serious moments but ramped the humor up to 11 and it failed. The end says Thor will return and I hope he does, just with a different script writer and director.
Original Language en
Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy
Director Taika Waititi
Writer Taika Waititi, Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, Stan Lee
Actors Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Christian Bale
Country Australia, United States
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