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Loki, in drawing inspiration not from the established MCU method but from the looser narratives of comic books, feels like a refreshing reset for the franchise.
The first two episodes involve Mobius convincing Loki to pitch in - giving Wilson and star Tom Hiddleston time to develop a quirky, cantankerous chemistry a la Men in Black's Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones.
"Loki '' really is really just a character study of one particularly complex and - as Loki fans will attest - fun character. Moreover, a second season has been ordered, so the potential for "variant" timelines - and do-overs - multiply from there.
Still, it's essentially impossible to hide exposition when there's this much of it, and the chatter becomes as distracting as it is endless.
In a different timeline, Loki would have made for an excellent Christopher Nolan movie. But in the timeline that you and I share, it's an exciting and genuinely inspired addition to Marvel storytelling.
The breezy attitude seems right for the show's scant six episodes, which will roll out on Wednesdays. He may be the God of mischief and a mass murderer but Loki knows how to show you a good time.
I've seen the first two episodes so far and Loki should please Marvel fans. Tom Hiddleston is in prime form as our title character.
It kept the punchiness and the fun and the cool nature of Marvel, and it also opens up the universe to incredible potential and seeds the later stories.
Loki [has] an offbeat, fun, scenario that fits rather well with star Tom Hiddleston's ability to make such a sly and occasionally morally repugnant character so ingratiating.
Loki will hit the spot for Marvel fans waiting for the next batch of theatrical releases, but it's also not stale and proves that being a franchise doesn't have to mean limiting real creativity.
Hiddleston is in full show-off mode yet again, effortlessly swinging between grandiose egomaniac and scared little boy with the intelligent comic timing that made us fall in love with him the very first time he donned the horns.
Audience Reviews for Loki: Season 1
13m agoI had very low expectations for Marvel's Disney+ efforts. There was no doubt in my mind these shows were nothing but money grabs and fan service. The Loki pilot however, is unlike anything I had seen from Marvel. It has humorous bits, but nothing like stupid and often grotesque slapsticks from Guardians of Galaxy or Ragnarok. The expositions required for Marvel's forever expanding universe are cleverly presented. There are lengthy, patient, quiet, serious dialogue scenes, which thankfully go uninterrupted by quips that are in abundance in other Marvel films. Towards the end of the episode, Loki sits alone and watches his life fleeting in front of him. In 3 minutes, he sees his love for his family, his hope, ambition and dreams completely crushed and destroyed. It is a profound, heart-wrenching moment and reaches an emotional depth that Marvel had never allowed any of their characters to go to. While watching the episode, in that instant, I realized I was watching something special. From filmmaking perspective, this pilot has everything: Fantastic acting, sharp writing, solid directing and editing, beautiful cinematography and great music. It is already the best thing I have ever seen from Marvel, and if the rest of the series holds up just as well, the show could very well become my most favorite show, TV or movie, in recent years.
21m agoI'm admittedly a huge Marvel fan, but I wasn't expecting the immediate transition from "Loki the God of Mischief" to lets go on an adventure with my new friend. His character was quickly watered down by one therapy session in order to get to the next chapter. I suppose I was anticipating more of a back story here, but that Disney cruise has clearly sailed. So here's hoping to a better episode 2.
4h agoSi no eres fan de Marvel, no la veas. No entendí nada
4h agoThe first episode was a snooze. I'm still hoping this d+ marvel show will get better. Not much confidence though after the last 2. Owen Wilson plays Owen Wilson really well though.
8h agoMuy buen comienzo para este dios del engaño
13h agoEp1 only (no spoilers) - a very promising start with a fast-paced, well-acted & true to the MU. Loki returns in (what may be) the known MU timeline, but possibly opens the door to an alternative timeline ... or possibly not. That's enough to draw me into seeing the second installment the moment it drops. The 1970s visuals are very well done and altogether a rewarding addition to the MU family. Highly recommended - at this stage!
17h agoAs fast-paced and fun a tragic series as you're ever likely to find on television. (Tragic in the classic Greek sense, where a person is brought low by his own inherent character traits - but is also often hilarious; think John Cleese in "Clockwise".)
17h agoGreat start to the series. Not perfect, but huge potential. Looking forward to the rest of the season.
20h agoIf the subsequent episodes are as fantastic and soul-searching and thoughtful as the first episode, then Marvel Studios have outdone themselves. I've watched the first episode twice now - it punched me in the feels just as much as Endgame and Infinity War. For the love of all that is good in the world, someone please give Loki a hug.
21h agoI enjoyed it alot i can't believe that was 51 min the time went by really fast