History Film / Thor

27th Apr '17 2:41:40 PM Hjortron18
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** Loki invokes this trope to gain favor with his parents, [[spoiler:intentionally setting up the Frost Giant assassination plot just so he could foil it. Fortunately, Thor shows up to immediately spoil the moment for Loki.]]

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** Loki invokes this Ythis trope to gain favor with his parents, [[spoiler:intentionally setting up the Frost Giant assassination plot just so he could foil it. Fortunately, Thor shows up to immediately spoil the moment for Loki.]]



* 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 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
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.
27th Apr '17 2:34:52 PM Hjortron18
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-->[[spoiler:'''Loki:''' [[WellDoneSonGuy I could have done it, Father! I could have done it! For you! For all of us!]]

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-->[[spoiler:'''Loki:''' -->'''Loki:''' [[WellDoneSonGuy I could have done it, Father! I could have done it! For you! For all of us!]]
27th Apr '17 2:30:59 PM Hjortron18
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* ObliviouslyEvil: [[spoiler:Loki genuinely doesn't consider him trying to destroy Jotunheim as an evil action, fully expects his father to approve and is devastated when he doesn't.]]
-->[[spoiler:'''Loki:''' [[WellDoneSonGuy I could have done it, Father! I could have done it! For you! For all of us!]]


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* 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.
27th Apr '17 2:00:19 PM Hjortron18
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* MudFight: A highly gratuitous male-on-male one, between Thor and a bulky security guard. Complete with slo-mo and floodlights.

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* MudFight: MudFighting: A highly gratuitous male-on-male one, between Thor and a bulky security guard. Complete with slo-mo and floodlights.


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* NobodyCallsMeChicken: Thor can't resist to attack after a Frost Giant calls him a "little princess".


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* NotWearingTights: Played with. People in Asgard wear battle armor, capes, and other clothes which look close enough to tights. When Thor travels to Earth, however, he is stripped of his armor and wears normal clothes until it's time to go back to Asgard. As such, the costumes don't stand out in more "realistic" looking scenes. When they are shown, it is in the realm of Asgard which fits the fantastic setting and seems perfectly natural. Thor technically does not have a codename, either. Thor is his real name.
27th Apr '17 1:43:31 PM Hjortron18
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* KnifeNut: Loki is able to throw knives with unerring aim.


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* LoyalToThePosition: Heimdall says he's this, but when [[spoiler: Loki]] takes command momentarily, he shows he is actually loyal to Asgard, not just to whoever is in charge (although he sticks to the letter of his new ruler's orders until the betrayals become unsubtle).


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* MudFight: A highly gratuitous male-on-male one, between Thor and a bulky security guard. Complete with slo-mo and floodlights.
26th Apr '17 6:46:11 PM Hjortron18
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* IAmNotYourFather: [[spoiler: Odin finally admits to Loki that he is an adopted Frost Giant when Loki confronts Odin about his changing skin colour in the vault]].
26th Apr '17 6:11:58 PM Hjortron18
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* HourglassPlot: Thor starts out as a vicious Blood Knight while his brother, Loki, is much more cautious and diplomatic. By the movie's end, Thor is much more peaceful and tries to reason with his enemies rather than plunging into battle, while Loki [[spoiler: tries to demolish an entire world to achieve his goals]].
26th Apr '17 5:33:05 PM Hjortron18
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* GodGuise: While the Asgardians in the comic book are PhysicalGods, in the movie they avoid that designation—Fandral talks about humans "worshiping [them] as gods", but doesn't claim to actually be one. (A human character specifically invokes SufficientlyAdvancedTechnology).
26th Apr '17 5:18:59 PM Hjortron18
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* EvenEvilCanBeLoved: Despite everything that happened, his brother, his mother, his father, and his friends still love and care for [[spoiler: and are grieved when he seems to die]].


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* FoodEnd: Towards the end of Thor, Asgard holds a feast as their way of mourning [[spoiler: Loki's DisneyDeath]].
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: Interestingly, prior to shit getting real, Loki and Thor were this. Loki- though younger- was the bookish, reasonable, responsible brother who was implied to regularly attempt to talk sense to a Thor who was childish, reckless, and volatile. However, it's PlayedWith throughout the film. Thor's time on Midgard as a mortal mellows him out and he matures into a WisePrince while Loki's insecurities lead him to attempt a plot that backfires horribly on him and begins his path on self-destruction and villainy.
26th Apr '17 4:57:33 PM Hjortron18
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%%* TheEvilPrince[=/=]EvilSorcerer: Loki.

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%%* TheEvilPrince[=/=]EvilSorcerer: Loki.* TheEvilPrince: Subverted. Loki shows all signs of being the evil prince, who wants his brother and father out of the way so that he can have the throne, except for one thing: he ''doesn't'' want the throne. He never intended for Thor to be banished to Earth or for Odin to fall into the Odinsleep, but they did and the throne just dropped into his hands.
-->'''Loki:''' I never wanted the throne! I only ever wanted to be your equal!
* EvilSorcerer: Loki uses his abilities for all sorts of things, among others [[spoiler: to conceal the Frost Giants so that Heimdall does not notice them entering Asgard]].
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