Thor Love and Thunder Review
Explanation: Marvel Studios' new offering 'Thor: Love and Thunder' brings the story of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to the 29th film. The story of Thor, a fictional folk god of Asgard, once thought up by Stan Lee in comics, has been further expanded upon by writers who inherited his legacies such as Larry Leiber and Jack Kirby. The relationship between cinema and literature is old and unbreakable. Marvel Studios owner Kevin Feige dreamed of bringing the world of comics popular especially to children and adults alike, turned it into reality, and brought it to the world, his early tales of building a successful business empire. It is a different film in itself. Talking about Thor's character only, this character's entry into Marvel Comics comes from a comic book called 'Journey into Mystery' in 1962. This character appeared on the screen in 2011. Became part of Team Avengers. And, Thor, who left the previous film with a promise to do something different with Guardians of the Galaxy, is now back in his most bizarre form.
The film 'Thor: Love and Thunder' is a very strange film. To understand in a simple way, then understand in this way that if an artist like Govinda or Varun Dhawan is made a superhero and their natural habits are not changed, like that. The journey that Chris Hemsworth, who plays this character, has taken along with this character over the past 11 years, has had an impact on both. Chris Hemsworth has appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe eight times playing Thor so far. The film 'Thor: Love and Thunder' is his fourth film as a solo hero. Where Thor was very arrogant and temperamental in the early stages after director Taika Waititi arrived at Marvel Studios, he started trying to create the kind of Thor he teamed up with Chris in 'Thor: Ragnarok' the real result of which is now the film 'Thor: Love'. And Thunder' has appeared.
Thor was a special part of the films of the 'Avengers' series when the prospects and apprehensions about the character's next solo film started swirling in the minds of MCU fans when Thor left his work with the Guardians of the Galaxy after the blip. Seeing the film 'Thor: Love and Thunder', it is understood that she was not even wrong. Director Taika Waititi is a very cool person. On shooting, he arrives with a fixed script but also gives full freedom to his actors to do it according to their own. How important a discipline is in creation, can be understood by watching this film. The DNA of the film 'Thor: Love and Thunder' takes it to a place where a priest of God turns against God to avenge his personal loss. These opening scenes leave the audience shuddering. The matter looks hopeful but, there are a lot of hiccups in this entire film and since the film runs ahead at a very high speed, then at some places these hiccups also start giving trouble.
The story of the film Thor: Love and Thunder is not the story of its protagonist, Thor. From the point of view of MCU fans, director Taika Waititi has turned Thor's world upside down by experimenting too much. These twisted experiments are what Marvel Studio's helmers are doing a little too much in Phase 4 of the MCU. Marvel's fictional world is weakening its charm by emphasizing the spectacles rather than reinforcing the stories. But, fans of MCU are hopeful that the story after 'Avengers: Endgame' will get back on track soon. Kevin Feige himself has also expressed this hope. The film 'Thor: Love and Thunder' will be liked by the fans of the MCU who love Thor the most, but the rest of the fans of Avengers should not expect much from the film. Yes, the return of Thor's girlfriend to the story certainly sparks interest. Mighty Thor is really twenty-one on Thor.
Chris Hemsworth also has a different fan base of his own, this time Natalie Portman has done the job of shocking him. The hammer is now with him and he is waiting for the iron to heat up. Thor now has a powerful axe. Gore is the target of both. On the way is the entry of Zeus and also Valkyrie. The Guardians of the Galaxy also join Thor's army. The most difficult thing in a multistarrer film is to give pause to the character of each artist and present it on the screen according to the need in his story. Gore's wickedness doesn't expand properly, his relationship with Mighty Thor-turned-Mighty Thor-turned-Jane Foster doesn't fill with feelings of emotion, and Russell Crowe's ability to make good use of a star like a film's Thor: Love End. Thunder has weak links.
The discussion on whether to watch or not watch 'Thor: Love and Thunder' doesn't matter to devoted fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. For these fans who have been a part of this fictional folk since 2008, every MCU film is like a syllabus. Seeing him has become a habit and also a necessity. This Marvel Studios film is for these fans and its success also depends on their likes and dislikes.