Thor: Love and Thunder, starring everyone’s favorite Norse deity, hits theatres this weekend. This will be the fourth standalone Thor film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starring Chris Hemsworth as Thor.
Taika Waititi, who directed the most recent Thor: Ragnarok picture, comes back to direct this one, which he co-wrote with Jennifer Kaytin Robinson. Waititi isn’t the only one returning; Natalie Portman will reprise her role from the previous Thor film. Only this time, Jane is armed with a hammer.
Thor: Love and Thunder, which also stars Christian Bale, Tessa Thompson, Jaimie Alexander, Waititi, and Russell Crowe, promises more of the wild fun that Ragnarok provided. Here’s all you need to know about where to watch Thor: Love and Thunder and when it will be available to stream.
Where To Watch Thor: Love And Thunder?
As part of Disney Plus Day 2022, “Thor: Love and Thunder” is now available to stream on Disney+. It came out in theatres in July, and on Thursday, September 8, it will be the latest MCU movie to be added to Disney’s online service. Chris Hemsworth plays the main character, and Natalie Portman returns as Jane Foster. Christian Bale makes his debut in the MCU.
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In addition to the release of “Thor 4”, Disney Plus Day features the digital premiere of the live-action version of Pinocchio starring Tom Hanks, as well as digital premieres of many other Disney properties.
How To Watch Thor: Love And Thunder?
For $7.99 a month or $79.99 for the whole year, you can sign up for Disney Plus. If you sign up today, you can get your first month for just $1.99. You can also get Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ all together for $13.99 a month. The streaming service is available on Amazon Fire TV, Android devices, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, Xbox, Roku, and PlayStation.
Thor: Love And Thunder Review
Love and Thunder is a comedy, a tragedy, a drama about cancer, an epic science fiction story, a story about superheroes, a romantic comedy, and a tribute to Guns ‘n’ Roses. Waititi tries to put all of that into one movie, but he doesn’t do any of it very well.
He starts with a stark and haunting origin story for the villain, then dives headfirst into fast-paced action comedy, followed by a somber meditation on death, followed by more cartoonish action, followed by the endless Omnipotence City sequence, which is so annoying and unnecessary that even Crowe letting ‘er rip can’t save it, and it almost begs to be killed off.
It’s strange that Love and Thunder can be both very good and not very good at all. Waititi doesn’t let up on the crazy visuals very often. He tries to make funny lines out of almost everything. (Is anyone else sick of the “the joke’s on us” crap?) He throws in some of G’n’R’s biggest hits to spice up the frequent but not very exciting CGI-heavy action scenes.
That’s a lot of work on your part. But the jumpy storyline makes us feel like we’re trying to dance to music with an odd time signature. The idea that the gods are jerks who deserve to get what they deserve is a good one, but it gets lost in this mess.
Thor: Love And Thunder Trailer
Here is the trailer for Thor: Love And Thunder:
Is Thor: Love And Thunder Worth Watching?
The review site Rotten Tomatoes gives “Thor: Love and Thunder” a “65% Fresh” rating right now. Most critics agree that the movie isn’t as good as “Thor: Ragnarok,” but it’s still a good addition to the MCU. The movie is stylish, funny, and exciting. It should please fans of Thor and of Waititi’s other films.
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