This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I was ready to give up on Luce. There was a fascinating story with an obvious-not-so-obvious allegory buried underneath a severe lack of energy but I was reeled back in by the ambiguity, both morally and spiritually, that Kelvin Harrison Jr. gives to the title character. I was really confused by the end because I couldn't decide if Luce was a rapist, a sociopath or just misunderstood, but I love that it doesn't provide an answer and in a way that comments on the 'not so black and white' idea of the American dream.
Octavia Spencer slays.
It's such a shame that Spider-Man has become one giant walking meme because it is a solid superhero adventure from a time when solid superhero adventures still didn't really exist.
Much like Bryan Singer's X-Men, this film could be blamed for starting the glut of superhero films that we are (un)fortunate to have these days, but it's also a product of its time in the sense that it did a lot of the heavy lifting for the genre in establishing…
If nothing else, I think the humour of Thor is really underrated amongst the plague that exists in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: quipping. The humour in this, which is helped out a lot by Thor's fish-out-of water predicament, is really subtle and understated. For example, Thor smashing a mug and shouting "ANOTHER!" is hilarious because he knows this to be a sign of respect and gratefulness for sampling the wonders of the universe, but we Earth people don't like noise and outsiders.