Kevin Smith Reviews Thor: Love & Thunder To Ragnarok

Kevin Smith has Director, writer, and podcast host shared his review of Thor: Love and Thunder, revealing his thoughts on the Thor: Ragnarok sequel. Kevin Smith has shared his review of Thor: Love and Thunder, revealing his thoughts on the Thor: Ragnarok sequel. Smith hosts a pop-culture-focused podcast with writer Marc Bernardin titled FatMan Beyond. Rising to prominence with, Clerks, Smith has had a long filmmaking career across 28 years, where he not only created his own franchise through his View Askew universe but became a regular contributor to many pop culture properties.

Daredevil, Green Arrow, and Batman in the realm of comic books, cameoing in franchises like Star Wars, and being a regular director for DC’s Arrowverse franchise, Smith has become well-known for his insight and adoration of pop culture, especially when it comes to superheroes. As such, the director has often shared his thoughts on the latest big releases, from speculating on future MCU villains to sharing his own reviews through his podcast, and in a recent episode, Smith shared his thoughts on the latest MCU film.

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FatMan Beyond, Smith and co-host Bernardin discussed Waitit’s Phase 4 Thor adventure, where Smith shared his reaction to the film. When discussing his film, the director compared Love and Thunder to Thor: Ragnarok, praising the latter as a film that defied any expectations he had. As such, Smith stated he felt Love and Thunder lacked the same element of surprise Ragnarok brought due to his experience with the prior film. Despite his criticisms, Smith stated he enjoyed the film, though he did find issues with the Guardians of the Galaxy’s brief role, as well as the main plot. Check out Smith’s reaction below.

Thor Ragnraok was an absolute f*@#ing discovery, and something I was not expecting. I went into Thor: Love and Thunder with a certain amount of expectation – based on, of course, what I was given before – and I got exactly what I thought I would get coming. But of course, the element of surprise isn’t quite there like it was last time. That being said: a f#@!ing devastatingly entertaining Marvel movie. Adorable, fun. The only things I bumped into, storywise: The Guardians were gone so fast… The other big thing I bumped into was the main plot [laughter].