‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Rotten Tomatoes Score Among MCU’s Lowest
It is clearly been among the most anticipated entries in the Marvel Cinematic Universes’ current Phase Four, but it has unfortunately arrived to massive debate among the critical community as to its merits; which has led to Thor: Love and Thunder sporting a Rotten Tomatoes score among the MCU’s lowest
There was no denying that fans were anxiously awaiting the arrival of the second collaborative effort between directing visionary Taika Waititi and Marvel Studios; as the man responsible for revitalizing the character returned to orchestrate his next chapter.
A film that has some concern from fans- specifically centered around the rather short runtime that was rumored, and then confirmed- but ultimately had fans incredibly excited to see what the collaborative effort could bring.
Introducing Christian Bales Gorr the God Butcher, and the return of Natalie Portman Jane Foster- not arriving as The Mighty Thor- there are plenty of things that fans were eager to unwrap; with initial reviews now out, it seems as though critics arent so enthused about the finished product.
Now, it is certainly still very early, but to this point, Thor: Love and Thunder sports a Rotten Tomatoes score that is among the MCU’s lowest.
The film currently has over 130 reviews to its credit on the website, as the review aggregator has given it a final rating of 70%, which makes it counted as the 29th MCU film in terms of how that score stakes up to every Marvel Cinematic Universe entry in its decade-plus history.
The film is lower than 2011’s Thor- a film that has long been accepted as a vast underperformed for Marvel, and the poorest of its earlier entries- but still maintains a score higher than the awfully received Thor: The Dark World, with a four-point difference from its 66%.
The biggest question that has seemingly been placed on the fanbase is wether or not this should be concerning, and the answer is, not really; the Rotten Tomatoes score, although important, has proven to be an inexact science.