Reactions to 'Thor: Love and Thunder' define it as a bright spot, and the best of Phase 4

Reactions to 'Thor: Love and Thunder' define it as a bright spot, and the best of Phase 4 ...

When it comes to Taika Waititi, a little chaos is to be anticipated. It seems like Thor: Love and Thunder is no exception. Following the mixed reactions to Marvel''s last blockbuster Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, fans have been eagerly anticipating the Thor franchise''s more light-hearted spectacle. Gorr the God Butcher (Christian Bale) begins his retirement journey in a bit of a blockade, and Thor has to enlist a few old friends to stop the

Thor will be reunited with King Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), Korg (Waititi), and his ex-girlfriend Jane Foster, who is now using Mjolnir as the Mighty Thor. This trio isn''t the only friend group Thor will gather with during his cosmic adventurebe prepared to see him share the screen with the Guardians of the Galaxy. As previously reported, Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), Nebula, Rocket (Bradley Cooper, D

Thor: Ragnorak, the last Thor-centric film, was received with mostly positive early reviews, with the majority critics and fans lauding Waititi for his unique humor-like style and cosmic zaniness. But how will Thor: Love and Thunder perform with early reactions? Let''s look at what the Midgardians are saying.

Collider''s own Steve Weintraub didn''t have a lot to say before, but he had a blast, and he hopes that Waititi will develop more Marvel films in the coming months, which is absolutely positive.

Perri Nemiroff of Collider and Therese Lacson said the film was "brimming with good vibes" and "so many laughs and tears." Both expressed their concern about Thor: Love and Thunder, which is considered a given given due to Waititi''s keen witty style.

Thor: Love and Thunder is being described by some broadly positive critics, including Griffin Schiller, Hector Navarro, Kirsten Acuna, and Richard Nebens as a "warm hug," "rad as hell," "the best introduction in Phase 4," and "unexpectedly personal and heartfelt."

Others weren''t completely affected by the humor, music, and visuals throughout the film, with Kristian Harloff, Scott Menzel, and Jacob Kleinman claiming that the film was "tonally everywhere in the country," and that it was difficult to live up to the "comedy bombast of Ragnarok."

Jeff Zhang praised the film for being uninterested in the cameos, which is in a significant contrast to Marvel''s last premiere.

Fans of Thor and Jane are in for a treat, as some critics like Lyra Hale said the film made them send the duo in less than two hours:

Erik Davis emphasized the romantic aspects of the film, despite acknowledging that the film is a "classic Thor adventure!"

You may see if Thor: Love and Thunder met the hype on July 8, 2022.