Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) and Thor (Chris Hemsworth) continue their on-off romance.

Thor: Love and Thunder is a wonderfully entertaining film even though it doesn't revolutionise the Taika Waititi or Marvel Cinematic Universe template.

One of the lowest rated movies in the whole Marvel Cinematic Universe, Love and Thunder has garnered unimpressive reviews from critics.

The best look at Natalie Portman's muscular hero in the new Thor 4 photo

As Thor, well, matures, issues of parenthood, relationships, accountability, and mortality all come into play.

The movie is still listed as "fresh" despite a number of unfavourable reviews, with many calling it a romp that is plenty of fun.

Thor: Love and Thunder occasionally resembles Ragnarok 2.0, but ultimately, it provides enough action-packed entertainment to be a welcome addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Compared to a Marvel spinoff, it is more Pirates of the Caribbean-like.

154 reviews from critics who saw early screenings of the movie are the basis for Thor: Love And Thunder's current rating.