Yesterday, when reviews for Thor: Love and Thunder poured in, it became apparent that something wasn't quite right with the ratings.
This led to a well-known argument that Rotten Tomatoes reviewers' ratings are meaningless and that we should wait for audience ratings to be released. I often hear this,
With a 71 percent reviewer approval rating, Thor: Love and Thunder is now ranked fifth out of all the MCU films.
Thor: Thunder and Love In both good and bad ways, it resembles a Ragnarok remix. Change the spooky Gorr the God Butcher played by Christian Bale with Cate Blanchett's goth drag queen Hela.
Oscar-winning director Taika Waititi, who gave the series a new lease on life by injecting it with colour and big humour,
I frequently hear this, therefore I thought I should investigate and see if the MCU follows that reasoning.
The core of the God of Thunder's solo franchise has always been the sibling relationship between Thor, played by Chris Hemsworth, and Loki, played by Tom Hiddleston.
With sufficient visual ambition and emotion in front of and behind the camera, this enjoyable sequel is still a force for good.
Ragnarok reached its highest certified freshness level of 93 percent, while Thor: The Dark World in 2013 reached its lowest level of 66 percent.