by way of Marvel Studios
Marvel‘s desperation to be funny isn’t humorous anymore, however stating Marvel’s desperation to be humorous is hilarious!
Case in level: @LeCinephiles’ 10-second clip of an exasperated Homelander from The Boys, captioned with “a marvel movie going 17 seconds without a joke.”
The tweet has over 5,500 retweets and 55,000 likes on the time of this writing.
In addition to a humorous and cleverly-constructed remark, the tweet is a collective release of frustration over Thor: Love and Thunder. The latest MCU extravaganza failed to satisfy expectations, due largely to prioritizing jokes over cohesion, character growth, cinematography, and plenty of different necessary elements of movie.
“It leans heavy on the comedy to the point where the movie feels like an MCU parody of Thor rather than a Thor adventure,” wrote critic Jeremy Jahns of JeremyJahns.com. “A movie more interested in ironic laughs than furthering the MCU’s mythology or delivering cohesive behaviors,” added Brian Eggert of Deep Focus Review. With a 67 % Tomatometer, Love and Thunder is without doubt one of the lowest-rated MCU movies.
Many Twitter customers replied with comparable sentiments, particularly that the franchise’s mechanism for making an attempt to generate laughs is operating out of gasoline.
Others, nevertheless, are in full disagreement. They love the MCU’s humor, and are bored with damaging Nancies making an attempt to damage their good time.
Check out Thor: Love and Thunder to see for your self whether or not the humor works or not. Whatever opinion you come away with, we hope it doesn’t dampen your appreciation for meme.