Thor: Love and Thunder: Chris Hemsworth finally returned to the big screen and once again put on the suit of the most powerful of the Marvel Studios heroes. With him, many familiar faces from the group that faced Thanos (Josh Brolin) in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame as the Guardians of the Galaxy.
But also part of his team that was consolidated in Thor: Ragnarok as Korg and Valkyrie. However, the outstanding figure is Natalie Portman. With good villains and the absurd and delirious humor of its director, Taika Waititi, the film works much better in its last stretch.
According to the official synopsis, the film finds Thor (Chris Hemsworth) on a journey unlike anything he's ever faced: seeking inner peace. The path to get there is narrated with a very good introduction by Korg (Taika Waititi) that serves as a summary of all the adventures of the protagonist so far and in the form of a fairy tale to a group of children (which marks the path and the movie message).
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From there, the film was another. He used all the potential of taking a story based on comics, he played with the colors, the rhythm, and the shapes. It really felt like something new and it came in handy after a certain monotony that had trapped the film.
After that change, it improved a lot towards closing. Portman and Hemsworth present moments of real encounter and towards the end, Thor becomes the true hero for various reasons that they will discover in the film. Far from feeling like a story full of humor bordering on the absurd, as it mostly was, Thor: Love and Thunder closes its characters with a warm embrace, introduces new ones for what is to come, and returns the God of Thunder to the center of the MCU.
Thor: love and thunder opens on July 7 in theaters.