History Film / Thor

20th Nov '17 4:01:12 AM Hjortron18
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** The S.H.I.E.L.D. vs Destroyer scene has a shout out to Iron Man, though given the shared continuity, it counts as a ContinuityNod.
20th Nov '17 3:56:00 AM Hjortron18
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* HeroAntagonist: S.H.I.E.L.D. is only making things difficult for the protagonists (stealing Jane's equipment, sending guys to beat up Thor as he tries getting Mjölnir and then arresting him), but the audience knows that they're the good guys.



* HeroAntagonist: S.H.I.E.L.D. is only making things difficult for the protagonists (stealing Jane's equipment, sending guys to beat up Thor as he tries getting Mjölnir and then arresting him), but the audience knows that they're the good guys.
16th Nov '17 12:52:53 PM Hjortron18
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* CallingTheOldManOut: Thor and Loki do this to Odin at points in the movie.
* CallReceptionArea: Thor and co. going to Jötunheim is what gets the plot going.
* CameFromTheSky: Mjölnir is found in a crater by locals that is assumed to come from a satellite crash by some, until S.H.I.E.L.D. gets interested in it.



* CallingTheOldManOut: Thor and Loki do this to Odin at points in the movie.
* CallReceptionArea: Thor and co. going to Jötunheim is what gets the plot going.
* CameFromTheSky: Mjölnir is found in a crater by locals that is assumed to come from a satellite crash by some, until S.H.I.E.L.D. gets interested in it.



-->'''Thor:''' "We drank, we fought, he made his ancestors proud!"

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-->'''Thor:''' "We We drank, we fought, he made his ancestors proud!"proud!
5th Nov '17 8:06:07 AM kquinn0830
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* TheFunInFuneral: [[spoiler:The end of Thor shows Thor and the other Asgardians having a huge feast. This was actually TruthInTelevision: After a week of more "traditional" mourning, the Norsemen would throw a huge feast to honour and remember their dead ones.]]

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* TheFunInFuneral: [[spoiler:The end of Thor shows Thor and the other Asgardians having a huge feast.feast in honor of Loki. This was actually TruthInTelevision: After a week of more "traditional" mourning, the Norsemen would throw a huge feast to honour and remember their dead ones.]]
2nd Nov '17 6:46:35 AM trumpetmarietta
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** Jane's area of research is the creation of an Einstein-Rosen Bridge. [[spoiler:The film ends with Asgard's Bifröst destroyed and Jane attempting to create a bridge from Earth in order to reach Asgard, doubling as a SequelHook]].

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** Jane's area of research is the creation of an Einstein-Rosen Einstein–Rosen Bridge. [[spoiler:The film ends with Asgard's Bifröst destroyed and Jane attempting to create a bridge from Earth in order to reach Asgard, doubling as a SequelHook]].



** The Asgardian Bifröst is explained as an [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wormhole#Schwarzschild_wormholes Einstein-Rosen Bridge]].

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** The Asgardian Bifröst is explained as an [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wormhole#Schwarzschild_wormholes Einstein-Rosen Einstein–Rosen Bridge]].



* LaymansTerms: Invoked when Jane tells Selvig that she thinks the [[NegativeSpaceWedgie phenomenon they witnessed]] was an Einstein-Rosen Bridge. Darcy doesn't get it, so Selvig begins a long, scientific explanation before Jane quickly cuts him off and says "a wormhole."

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* LaymansTerms: Invoked when Jane tells Selvig that she thinks the [[NegativeSpaceWedgie phenomenon they witnessed]] was an Einstein-Rosen Einstein–Rosen Bridge. Darcy doesn't get it, so Selvig begins a long, scientific explanation before Jane quickly cuts him off and says "a wormhole."



* OurWormholesAreDifferent: The Bifröst bridge is actually a traversable Einstein-Rosen Bridge (read: wormhole) appearing as a beam of light shooting to and from the sky. The myth of it being a rainbow bridge is due to the fact that it causes atmospheric disturbances as it opens up on Earth. It also comes with [[VisualEffectsOfAwesome a neat light show]]. If you keep it open longer than a few seconds, it can act as a WaveMotionGun and destroy an entire planet... Which makes [[JustifiedTrope a lot more sense]] when one considers the ludicrous energies required to make on of these things work in RealLife.

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* OurWormholesAreDifferent: The Bifröst bridge is actually a traversable Einstein-Rosen Einstein–Rosen Bridge (read: wormhole) appearing as a beam of light shooting to and from the sky. The myth of it being a rainbow bridge is due to the fact that it causes atmospheric disturbances as it opens up on Earth. It also comes with [[VisualEffectsOfAwesome a neat light show]]. If you keep it open longer than a few seconds, it can act as a WaveMotionGun and destroy an entire planet... Which makes [[JustifiedTrope a lot more sense]] when one considers the ludicrous energies required to make on of these things work in RealLife.
2nd Nov '17 6:44:38 AM trumpetmarietta
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* CameFromTheSky: Mjölnir is found in a crater by locals that is assumed to come from a satalite crash by some, until S.H.I.E.L.D. gets interested in it.

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* CameFromTheSky: Mjölnir is found in a crater by locals that is assumed to come from a satalite satellite crash by some, until S.H.I.E.L.D. gets interested in it.
2nd Nov '17 6:05:16 AM MrItty
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Odin's vault has a blink-and-you-miss-it wiew of ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet, with all the infinity gems. Later movies of the MCU would work with the gems, as a recurring plot topic, leading to ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar''. Kevin Feige [[WordOfGod had to clarify]] that the one in Asgard is indeed a second one, unrelated to the main one.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: EarlyInstallmentWeirdness:
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Odin's vault has a blink-and-you-miss-it wiew of ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet, with all the infinity gems. Later movies of the MCU would work with the gems, as a recurring plot topic, leading to ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar''. Kevin Feige [[WordOfGod had to clarify]] that the one in Asgard is indeed a second one, unrelated to the main one.one.
** Hawkeye's EarlyBirdCameo (mentioned above) comes off as odd to anyone who's now seen the character in the later MCU productions. The Hawkeye we know now would never even have a moment where he doesn't have his bow on him, let alone momentarily consider picking up a gun rather than a bow.
1st Nov '17 4:18:06 PM ruthlesstyrant
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* CriticalResearchFailure: Or rather "logical failure". 1000 years in the past, when Asgard was fighting the frost giants, Thor was still a kid. Which hardly makes sense considering the fact that over 1000 years ago, Thor was already venerated as an adult Norse god.
28th Oct '17 12:05:14 PM GrammarNavi
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---> '''{{Chris Hemsworth}}:''' In the comic books there’s obviously an attraction with Thor and Sif, or what have you. And there was little peppering of that, I think, in the first one. Little hints at it. There [in the sequel] may be...might be more indication...

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---> '''{{Chris Hemsworth}}:''' '''Creator/ChrisHemsworth:''' In the comic books there’s obviously an attraction with Thor and Sif, or what have you. And there was little peppering of that, I think, in the first one. Little hints at it. There [in the sequel] may be...might be more indication...
21st Oct '17 8:19:42 PM Sumatris
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* OffWithHisHead: One of the Frost Giants [[spoiler:left behind to keep an eye on Heimdall after Loki trapped him in ice]] gets graphically beheaded when their captive breaks out of his prison, although there is, of course, [[BloodlessCarnage no blood]].



* OffWithHisHead: One of the Frost Giants [[spoiler:left behind to keep an eye on Heimdall after Loki trapped him in ice]] gets graphically beheaded when their captive breaks out of his prison, although there is, of course, [[BloodlessCarnage no blood]].
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