Thor has been on the road with the Guardians of the Galaxy ever since the events of ‘Avengers: Endgame’. The God of Thunder feels lost and aimless and just wants to find himself after losing his entire family, numerous friends and allies, and the love of his life. However, his path to spiritual awakening is interrupted when he discovers that Gorr the God Butcher, a cunning villain who has been terrorising the cosmos by killing gods, is about to target Asgard.
There are several well-known characters from the world of Thor, numerous allusions to earlier movies, and a few crossover scenes. A lengthy show-reel that introduces the audience to Thor is one of the strongest scenes in the picture.
The movie excels in providing the audience with value for their money. The scenery, action scenes, and visual effects are all excellent. The mighty Thor and Gorr’s fight scenes rank among the best choreographed in recent MCU history. When you look at Russell Crowe, you can’t help but wonder whether he once played a gladiator. His portrayal of Zeus is funny.
The movie stars Chris Hemsworth as Thor Odinson and Natalie Portman as Dr Jane Foster/Mighty Thor in the main roles. Tessa Thompson plays King Valkyrie and Taika Waititi is Korg. Christian Bale essays the role of the villain Gorr the God Butcher and Russell Crowe plays Zeus. Some other roles are Jaimie Alexander as Lady Sif, Chris Pratt as Peter Quill/Star-Lord, Dave Bautista as Drax, and Karen Gillan as Nebula among many others.