Many fans are anticipating seeing their favourite Norse God in action in Thor: Love and Thunder, while others are looking forward to his iconic neon rock and roll attitude. The synthwave aesthetic, which peaked in popularity in the 1980s, is well-known for its appreciation in the Thor films. People are feeling the same neon sensations from Stranger Things, which is currently the most popular and #1 trending show on Netflix, worldwide. Fans adore Thor: Love and Thunder‘s blend of classic rock and that much-loved look. The films listed below, which come before Thor: Love and Thunder, have a similar bright and rocky feel.
1. Back To The Future (1985)
Director- Robert Zemeckis
The life of Marty McFly is terrible. His mother, Lorraine, is an obese alcoholic, and his father, George, is routinely harassed by his boss, Biff Tannen. Marty receives a call one day from his scientific buddy Dr. “Doc” Emmet Brown. He is instructing him to meet him in Twin Pines Mall at 1:15 AM. There Doc will reveal and show Marty a time machine that operates on plutonium built into a DeLorean. Marty mistakenly starts the time machine, which sends him back to 1955. Also into the path of his meeting of adolescent parents. In order to reconcile his parents, persuade Doc that he is from the future, and ultimately travel back to it, Marty needs to figure out how.
2. Drive (2011)
Director- Nicolas Winding Refn
The unnamed, phlegmatic driver is completely defined by his line of work. He works as a mechanic and a daring stuntman for fast-moving action movies by day, and at night. He becomes a skilled getaway driver for criminals. But things quickly get worse when a chance encounter with Irene, the Driver’s frightened neighbour and mother of a small son, sparks an impulsive attraction. A reluctant job with her ex-con husband ends up in a gory mess. The Driver now needs to save not just himself but also the helpless Irene and her child. While on the run, bloodied, and carrying a bag filled with the Mafia’s money. Years of practise have allowed the stoic Driver to execute his precise escapes with absolute accuracy.
3. Rock Of Ages (2012)
Director- Adam Shankman
Songs from Journey, Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, and other artists serve as the backdrop for a Hollywood story about huge goals. Sherrie Christian, a want tobe singer, just got off a bus from the Midwest and she’s already in danger. Drew, a barback at the storied club the Bourbon Room, comes to her aid. The young lovers pursue their aspirations with stars in their eyes. However, a miscommunication involving rock icon Stacee Jaxx poses a threat to separate them.
4. Guardians Of The Galaxy (2014)
Director- James Gunn
Intent on selling a priceless artefact called the Orb, the cosmic outlaw Peter Quill, aka Star-Lord, takes it nearly three decades after having a close encounter of the fourth kind. The renowned scavenger now needs to work with his fellow prisoners. Also, including Gamora, Thanos’ adopted daughter, Drax the Destroyer, Rocket Raccoon, and the plant-like entity Groot. In order to prevent the radical Kree warlord Ronan the Accuser’s wicked schemes.
5. Nerve (2016)
Director(s)- Ariel Schulman, Henry Joost
Venus is a determined, hardworking high school student from Staten Island. He is about to receive a scholarship to study art at CalArts. Venus, who has spent her entire life living in Sydney’s shadow, decides to participate in “Nerve”. It is a notoriously brutal online reality game, rather than only watching it. However, after kissing a random man who turns out to be another “Nerve” player, Venus finds herself steadily drawn into a series of increasingly difficult tasks. Now that the “watchers” are getting tired of them, the couple must work together to accomplish a long, perilous, truth-or-dare trip throughout the city. Inevitably, Venus will have to deal with one constant problem as the game stealthily invades her personal life.
6. Ready Player One (2018)
Director- Steven Spielberg
Millions of online users in a not-so-distant and dreary 2045 choose the wide and colourful cyberworld over their dystopian reality, which is relieved by the late James Halliday’s parallel virtual universe euphemistically referred to as the “Oasis.” Wade Watts, or better yet, Parzival, the gamer’s avatar, is fascinated with locating an elusive Easter Egg concealed neatly inside the code in order to inherit not only a big fortune but also complete control over the game. This is because anyone can be anything they want in the Oasis. Three trials, three keys, a fierce competition, and a horde of serious, professional gamers all vying for the same prize.
7. Atomic Blonde (2017)
Director- David Leitch
Following the assassination of a fellow undercover agent, the deadly MI6 secret agent Lorraine Broughton is dispatched to Cold War Germany to see her contact, the station head David Percival. This is just before the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. In the depths of a raging city, Lorraine must fight off countless waves of tough-as-nails KGB operatives and relentless henchmen in order to rescue a priceless microfilm that lists the names of every British spy.
8. Bad Time At The El Royale (2018)
Director- Drew Goddard
On the border of California and Nevada, there is a dilapidated hotel called the El Royale. When seven strangers — a preacher, a soul singer, a travelling salesman, two sisters, the manager, and the mysterious Billy Lee — get together on a fateful night for one final chance at atonement before everything goes wrong, it quickly turns into a sordid battleground.
9. John Wick: Chapter 3- Parabellum (2019)
Director- Chad Stahelski
After the bloody events in John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017), the famed maestro of death, John Wick, finds himself all alone in the shadowy recesses of Manhattan’s huge urban battlefield, outgunned and with a spectacular bounty set on his head. Against the backdrop of a fatal error at the impartial Continental Hotel and a protracted dispute over an innocent puppy, John must fight off pitilessly endless waves of the High Table’s murderous cut-throats. Every ambitious nobody in the business is itching to kill the excommunicated cardinal of destruction. There have been numerous attempts to obtain John’s head, but dead people are unable to make purchases.
10. Rocketman (2019)
Director- Dexter Fletcher
Young Reginald Dwight adopts the stage name Elton John and works with musician Bernie Taupin to become one of pop culture’s most recognisable icons. It is the epic musical biography of Elton John, his breakout years in the 1970s, and his fanciful metamorphosis from quiet piano prodigy to global superstar, set to some of his most well-known songs.