Thor: Love and Thunder

Movie • 2022 • Action  Report
9
mpomeroy7
No cats die. Idk why people are voting yes
5 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
52
3
Juliette8235
The CGI goats get into some dangerous situations and are dragged around by the neck but they’re all ok
4 comments | Add comment
6
Idontcaretofindagoodusername
I dont remember seeing any actual bugs. Some of the shadow monsters are spider-like though.
2 comments | Add comment
Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
Yes
10
No
32
5
The antagonist who can create creatures out of shadows creates a snake-like creature who he then beheads with his own hands to traumatize children he is holding hostage.
4 comments | Add comment
7
feckhead
Gorr snaps a fictitious creature’s neck to scare a group of children. The creature resembles a snake.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
1
No
38
3
CWMB
To avoid a snake-like creature, look away for about a minute when the villain starts talking about chopping off heads.
4 comments | Add comment
5
vargtass
There are shadow monsters very much resembling spiders.
1 comment | Add comment
1
mileswernham
theres a giant god that looks very dragon/dinosaur like that is dead, but its not a dragon really
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
1
No
31
Yes
0
No
35
7
No physical harm to the children, but lots of emotional abuse and traumatization by the antagonist
4 comments | Add comment
0
mileswernham
valkyrie is addicted to alcohol but that isnt mentioned in this film as far as i can remember
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
3
No
29
3
GoneToWalhalla
Briefly mentioned as a coping mechanism by two characters
1 comment | Add comment
3
GoneToWalhalla
Characters are held in place and struggling to breathe by the villain in order to make the hero do something he doesn't want to do.
2 comments | Add comment
1
ProfessorProcyon
Most of the "excessive" blood is either golden or otherwise obviously fake, so no.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
34
Yes
1
No
31
Yes
0
No
34
Yes
0
No
34
7
alyveg87
Brief mention of past cannibalism
1 comment | Add comment
1
ProfessorProcyon
No actual squashings, but there are a few close calls that might be worth mentioning. Towards the beginning of the film, a man is lifted by the neck and squeezed pretty hard. Later on, a few characters are seen enclosed in tendrils, some of which are seen squeezing them tightly around the head/face area.
1 comment | Add comment
8
vargtass
A character loses an arm off-screen.
1 comment | Add comment
9
MiaRose
SPOILERS!! there is a scene where quill is showing thor stuff on a screen and we see some gods h*nging, it’s brief but it made me kinda uncomfortable.
1 comment | Add comment
6
livlaughlove
There is a scene in the shadow realm where several characters are tied and gagged while struggling to breath
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
1
No
33
3
RachelRK
Zeus falls and appears to be dead but survives the fall
1 comment | Add comment
6
vargtass
No, but you see a flashback of Thor missing an eye from Thor: Ragnarök.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
1
No
27
8
vargtass
The movie starts with a child dying in their father's arms.
5 comments | Add comment
5
mileswernham
not at all, the singular yes is going tobe the result of someone trolling.
1 comment | Add comment
7
No, in fact a child’s toy briefly gets powers and is used by the child to defend herself in a battle!
3 comments | Add comment
7
vargtass
A central plot point is saving children who were kidnapped.
1 comment | Add comment
6
Parent deaths in previous Thor movies are briefly shown in a flashback at the beginning of the movie. There is a very emotional parent death at the end of the movie, but without spoiling anything, there is a happy ending for the child.
2 comments | Add comment
3
articulateTirade
unless you count axes and hammers as people
1 comment | Add comment
1
No ghosts, but there are shadow creatures
1 comment | Add comment
2
**Spoilers** A spirit of sorts takes over the villian in the beginning of the movie. From that point forward, he seems to act of his own accord, but in the beginning, he hears voices pushing him to kill his god.
1 comment | Add comment
4
feckhead
The film’s two jump scares happen basically in succession in one scene. The scene takes place at night in the New Asgard village. Without spoiling anything, the first is after the scene in the trailer where Thor meets Mighty Thor (Jane) for the first time. After they talk, Mighty Thor flies off and we get a P.O.V. shot from Thor’s perspective of Gorr amidst flames, the scene cuts back to Thor, then it cuts back to where the jump scare happens. Be prepared when you see Gorr amidst the flames. You can prepare for the second scare when the scene cuts to a child’s bedroom.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
32
Yes
0
No
33
Yes
24
No
2
16
Y0kale
SAFE!
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
0
No
29
Yes
0
No
30
Yes
1
No
30
17
LilyAccount
major plot point, cannot be avoided
5 comments | Add comment
5
Several. If you are triggered by hospitals and cancer, this isn’t the movie for you
1 comment | Add comment
4
khakis848
mild spoilers: if triggered by iv drips/chemo, skip the scene toward the beginning immediately following a shot of a character having an mri and another scene toward the end immediately following a character talking in a hallway with a doctor
1 comment | Add comment
6
Arguably, it is implied that Thor may suffer from PTSD after the trauma of losing all of his loved ones in previous movies. Valkyrie very explicitly has PTSD and Gorr discusses her trauma in great detail to trigger her as a form of emotional torture.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
0
No
28
Yes
0
No
29
6
Alicia21
In addition to the CT scanner and vine/tentacles, a group of children are imprisoned in a cage
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
1
No
36
3
In the opening scene, there is VERY loud and messy eating. It happens when a character arrives in a forest and discovers fruits on the ground.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
21
No
1
Does a baby cry?
Add comment
Yes
0
No
26
3
BlueCookie
Multiple scenes have lightning flashes in blue and orange
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
1
No
29
Yes
1
No
30
Yes
0
No
29
Yes
0
No
32
5
Idontcaretofindagoodusername
Theres a really brief shot of a baby in a stroller - during Thor and Jane's relationship flashback.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
28
Yes
0
No
30
Yes
1
No
37
Yes
0
No
28
6
Two main characters whose sexual orientations were mentioned in the film both survive and have happy endings!
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
34
11
GoneToWalhalla
(slight spoiler) No. This has been taken out of context so many times. A cisgendered character changed his name because of cultural assimilation and being a fan of GnR. This character mentions the reason and it has nothing to do with being transgender. Thor argues shortly bc he wants him to value his Asgardian culture and his father's memory but then goes with his new name. It can be triggering for sure but context may lessen the trigger.
3 comments | Add comment
2
quinnzelles
There’s flashbacks to Thor’s weight gain and Actor Hela in the asgardian theatre is played by Melissa McCarthy. Her weight isn’t explicitly treated as a joke, but they do relegate a fat actress as a joke by having people laugh at her.
2 comments | Add comment
10
Idontcaretofindagoodusername
Somewhat. Thor is stripped naked without consent in front of a lot of people who ogle him.
2 comments | Add comment
11
LilyAccount
there are mentions of an orgy but no scene where it takes place
3 comments | Add comment
Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
Add comment
Yes
0
No
31
Yes
0
No
27
Yes
0
No
30
10
Y0kale
some sad stuff happens towards the end of the movie but the ending itself is not sad
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
28
Yes
1
No
21
Yes
0
No
25
6
Juliette8235
Laser blasters and the like used by The Guardians and aliens. I don’t remember any realistic guns
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
0
No
24
3
There is blood, but most of the blood is gold and not red, making it look fake and not gross at all. I think even if the blood were normal colored it wouldn’t be that bad
2 comments | Add comment