Thor's (Chris Hemsworth) retirement and quest for inner peace is interrupted by a galactic killer known as Gorr the God Butcher (Christian Bale), who seeks the extinction of the gods.
To combat the threat, Thor enlists the help of King Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), Korg (Taika Waititi), and ex-girlfriend Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), who — to Thor’s surprise — inexplicably wields his magical hammer, Mjolnir, as the Mighty Thor.
Together, they embark upon a harrowing cosmic adventure to uncover the mystery of the God Butcher’s vengeance and stop him before it’s too late.
Thor: Love and Thunder Movie Cast, Release Date, Trailer, Songs and Ratings
Thor: Love and Thunder — out now in cinemas — is simply too rushed. It's almost as if the old folks in charge of Warner Bros., the ones who ensured Justice League would be a disaster, temporarily took over Marvel Studios and mandated that writer-director Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok) must fit his movie under two hours. The fourth Thor movie runs for 119 minutes, and that includes the usual lengthy Marvel credits. Look, don't get me wrong, I detest long movies, but given how much Waititi puts on his own plate here, Thor: Love and Thunder needed to be longer to do justice to it. Because as it stands, Thor: Love and Thunder suffers from narrative gaps, wild tonal imbalances, and weightlessness. More importantly, it under-utilises nearly every actor and character at its disposal.