Quick Movie Reviews
Indyfreak - wrote on 10/01/2022
Chris Hemsworth carries this fast paced sequel that has big ideas and an intimidating villain (played by Christian Bale no less). Unfortunately the script for ‘Love and Thunder’ is really uneven. There’s wonderfully choreographed fight scenes and colorful scenery. A city full of godlike beings is a highlight. The return of Natalie Portman as Jane Foster is actually a plus. She’s surprisingly good in this. But there’s a lot of corny jokes that don’t often work. Bale is creepy as the evil Gorr the God-Butcher but he is not onscreen that much. The ending takes a few chances I didn’t expect and it was heartwarming to see. The movie is not as good as ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ but it’s still better than the second Thor movie.
SIngli6 - wrote on 07/23/2022
I saw this film because I wanted to kill time and, alas, I did.
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 07/14/2022
Aside from Christian Bale's excellent portrayal of Gorr the God Butcher there's nothing that particularly stands out about "Love and Thunder," a visually muted and unimaginative follow-up to the vastly superior "Thor: Ragnarok."