What to watch if you like 'Thor: Love and Thunder': 4 hilarious combos of comedy and adventurous action to enjoy streaming


 Like it more or like it less -that everyone is within their rights-, Taika Waititi has once again gotten away with it within the Marvel machinery to do what he wants with 'Thor: Love and Thunder'. Even with his commitments, a film of his continues to be noticed, which he has decided to take to a terrain that not everyone is going to want to get into. In this case, he has decided to make an action comedy with his little heart, his lot of tacky. In other words, he's made a Guns N' Roses record into a movie.

Since we can't recommend watching Guns N' Roses stuff on streaming platforms here -although few things are you going to see better than the 'November Rain' video clip-, we're going to pull from the great comedy and action combos that most connect with the Waititi movie. Four hilarious proposals, free of prejudice and available on platforms.

Address: W. D. Richter. Cast: Peter Weller, John Lithgow, Ellen Barkin, Jeff Goldblum, Christopher Lloyd, Lewis Smith.

Recognized influence of Waititi with 'Flash Gordon' to address the most carefree and crazy space fantasy. His mix of genres manages not to be outright nonsense, but rather a charming 80s movie with a formidable Peter Weller before his most powerful and celebrated role. He even throws in very loud and loaded rock & roll to invigorate his already explosive combination.

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Direction: John Carpenter. Cast: Kurt Russell, Kim Cattrall, Dennis Dun, Kate Burton, Victor Wong, James Hong.

Another one that Waititi has assimilated as a notable influence on his great shows, and that he makes completely explicit in one of Thor's looks during the film. The truth is that the formidable powerful action cinema and the crazy fantasy that John Carpenter displays, in addition to the parodic touch that he brings through the character of Kurt Russell, could not be more influential to how Marvel has evolved with his films -not all They have applied it just as well, eye-.

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Direction: Sam Raimi. Cast: Bruce Campbell, Embeth Davidtz, Marcus Gilbert, Ian Abercrombie, Richard Grove.

It has its point to include something from Sam Raimi after having made his own contribution to the Marvel Universe with 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness', which like him also drinks a lot from this third film of the 'Evil' trilogy Dead'.

Here the character of Ash Williams is faced with an epic adventure full of dark fantasy, and his journey could not be more hilarious thanks to the lines of dialogue so far and absurd, as well as his great use of physical comedy. A more subtle influence, but also very clear.

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Direction: Taika Waititi. Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Tessa Thompson, Mark Ruffalo, Karl Urban.

"He screwed us up, man, you must have broken your head with the last one." Ok, yes, this one is very obvious. At the same time, it's such an effective blend of everything the New Zealander is aiming for that it's hard for me to resist. The best exploration of the character of Thor -and a subtle exploration of the traces of blood and bodies on which empires are built-, and he does it from the most absurd and goofy comedy. And also from the most colorful and imaginative fantasy. hit.

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