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Thor: Love and Thunder: Hemsworth, Portman, and Bale are excellent in the fourth Thor movie

The fourth entry in the Thor franchise may not be as good as “Thor: Ragnarok,” but this is still a fun and exciting film within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Taika Waititi returns to the director’s chair and gives us a hilarious and visually stunning film. The only issue that Waititi has with this film is that the story and tone in the first half are a little messy, but once we get to the halfway point, the film’s screenplay manages to find its focus and becomes easier to follow along. Chris Hemsworth gives another excellent performance as Thor, showing no signs of stopping anytime soon. Being her fourth appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Natalie Portman gives the best performance as Dr. Jane Foster, AKA the Mighty Thor. Inspired by The Mighty Thor series by Jason Aaron, Portman transforms Jane Foster from one of the blandest MCU characters into one of the most badass superheroes ever onscreen. Christian Bale delivers a terrifying performance as the film’s main antagonist Gorr the God Butcher. Bale’s take on Gorr, the God Butcher, is a frighting alien version of Count Orlok from 1922’s “Nosferatu” that every time he shows up onscreen, he leaves you creeped out and disturbed. Christian Bale also brings a ton of emotion to his performance, making Gorr the God Butcher one of the best villains in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film also features a great supporting cast which includes Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie, Jaimie Alexander as Lady Sif, Russell Crowe as Zeus, and the film’s director Taika Waititi as Korg. “Thor: Love and Thunder” may not be as good as the previous film “Thor: Ragnarok,” but thanks to Taika Waititi’s superb direction, excellent visual effects, and fantastic performances by Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, and Christian Bale, “Thor: Love and Thunder” is an absolute blast from beginning to end and with this being the twenty-ninth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe its easy to see why this series continues to be the best film franchise in modern cinema.

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