Our 'Thor: Love and Thunder' Spoiler-Free Review
We stay clear of spoilers and offer only our emotional response to the heavy metal MCU sequel.
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The embargo has lifted! The CBCC Thor: Love and Thunder review is here and it is spoiler-free. Have no fear, we don't mention any plot stuff beyond what was revealed in the very first Thor: Love and Thundertrailer. We only discuss our emotional experience with the film.
Did we like it? Did we hate it? We answer those questions, we reveal nothing else.
Filmmaker Taika Waititi returns to the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a confidence born from our acceptance of Thor: Ragnarok. This allows Waititi to double-down on his interpretation of Thor Odinson, his realm, and the weirdos that populate it. There's more comedy, there's more heart, and there's a whole lot less self-seriousness.
Join us as we pour ourselves a couple drinks and get giddy over the Full Hemsworth. It's a mighty wonder worth celebrating at the very least.
Thor: Love and Thunder is directed by Taika Waititi, written by Waititi and Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, shot by Barry Baz Idoine, scored by Michael Giacchino and Nami Melumad, and edited by Peter S. Elliot, Tim Roche, Matthew Schmidt, and Jennifer Vecchiarello. Thor first appeared in Journey into Mystery #83 (1962) and was created by Jack Kirby, Larry Lieber, and Stan Lee. Jane Foster first appeared in Journey into Mystery #84 (1962) and was created by Jack Kirby, Larry Lieber, and Stan Lee. She first appeared as "The Mighty Thor" in Thor #1 (2014). Gorr the God Butcher first appeared in Thor: God of Thunder #2 (2012) and was created by Jason Aaron and Esad Ribić.
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