This is a masterpiece and I'm tired of pretending it's not.
This one is probably the most unique MCU watch in a way. It's still just, sort of, average, but I really liked the '90s setting and I liked certain parts about it. Sadly, it just leaves me kind of unsatisfied with most of the storylines. The action is entertaining when you watch it, but kind of forgettable. Ronan's cameo ultimately didn't amount to anything but it's still neat.…
I think this is the MCU movie I 180ed on the most since I first saw it in, like, late 2018? I remember finding it quite lackluster when I first saw it, but since then, I appreciated and loved it more and more, and I have absolutely no idea why.
I love the Quantum Realm stuff here (Well, until they completely ruined it in Quantumania), and of course…
I was never really a huge fan of this one. And I think it boils down to my complete disinterest in African culture. I really appreciate this movie for being the first major black-led American superhero film, but there's really not much beyond that. The movie is soaked with African culture to which I just have no interest in. While it's undeniably a major movie in promoting diversity, it just isn't for me.
Surgery was a waste of time. Unlike this movie.
The rest of this review was written after my surgery.
Yeah, I didn't really like it this time around. I was always in the minority for this, but I just don't really like Sakaar as a setting and how Thor is played off as a joke in every scene. The movie doesn't know if it wants…