An Epic Love Story Of Marvel Proportions


Thor: Love and Thunder
Runtime 1 hr 59 min
Released July 8th 2022
Rated PG 13
Starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Christian Bale

The God of Thunder reunites with his love while the other gods are being murdered by a mysterious assailant. Thor Love and Thunder picks up where Endgame has left off. Thor has gone adventuring with the Guardians of the Galaxy leaving Valkyrie as the ruler of New Asgard. During the time away Thor starts to rediscover himself and the story of what happened between him and Jane Foster begins to unfold. After departing with the Guardians Thor and his buddy Korg learn about a mysterious assailant known as Gor the God Butcher and his vendetta against all gods. This leads us back to Earth and New Asgard which is Gor’s next target. As Thor arrives he finds out that New Asgard has a new god or rather a goddess. Wielding the remains of Mjolnir is the one and only Jane Foster. As the two lovers reunite they learn more about the God Butcher and must gather a team to find him. Thor, Jane, Valkyrie, and Korg must venture to Omnipotent city to enlist more help and bring Gor to an end. This film was not an average Marvel adventure. It was more of a love story and kind of a family adventure. While the battles seemed over the top, the audience was able to see Thoe redevelop himself as a more mature and caring figure. The reason he and Jane separated is explained and how Jane sought out to become a god. Gor’s tragic story shows the nature of the gods and mortals. The music in the film was mainly featuring the 90s rock group Guns n Roses. The effects were spellbinding as all Marvel films but the colors were exceptionally bright All in all it was not as great as Ragnarok but definitely in a class by itself.