History Film / ThorTheDarkWorld

22nd Apr '17 2:51:41 PM AnotherGamer
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* NoMedicationForMe: After being sprung from the Asylum, Selvig throws away his big bag of prescription medicine. In his case, it seems that the medication was either genuinely unneeded or reacted badly with him, because he spends the rest of the movie far more stable, if still [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} a bit strange]].

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* NoMedicationForMe: After being sprung from the Asylum, Selvig throws away his big bag of prescription medicine.medicine when he witnessses a flock of birds flying erratically, disappearing into a portal and suddently appearing from another portal right in front of him. In his case, it seems that the medication was either genuinely unneeded or reacted badly with him, because he spends the rest of the movie far more stable, if still [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} a bit strange]].
22nd Apr '17 9:46:11 AM comicwriter
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* AdaptationalVillainy:
** Among The Marauders, there is a GiantMook called Berserker, a specific unit composed of unknown members of a large, rock-like alien species. It looks suspiciously like Korg, a heroic gladiator in the comics and an ally of TheHulk.
** In the comics, Algrim/Kurse does work for Malekith for a time, but Malekith betrays him and Algrim—a noble soul—swears loyalty to Thor and Asgard, in fact being the one to kill Malekith himself. In this movie, Malekith does sacrifice his own people but doesn't betray Algrim personally. Algrim has UndyingLoyalty towards his master and becomes Kurse as a result.

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* AdaptationalVillainy:
** Among The Marauders, there is a GiantMook called Berserker, a specific unit composed of unknown members of a large, rock-like alien species. It looks suspiciously like Korg, a heroic gladiator in the comics and an ally of TheHulk.
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AdaptationalVillainy: In the comics, Algrim/Kurse does work for Malekith for a time, but Malekith betrays him and Algrim—a noble soul—swears loyalty to Thor and Asgard, in fact being the one to kill Malekith himself. In this movie, Malekith does sacrifice his own people but doesn't betray Algrim personally. Algrim has UndyingLoyalty towards his master and becomes Kurse as a result.
10th Mar '17 5:34:52 PM NightShade96
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* MythologyGag:
** Thor's latest costume is inspired by his [[TheEighties 1980s]] comic book incarnation; the same era that introduced Malekith.
** Thor hammers a Kronan (or a Stone Man from Saturn as they were dubbed back in the Silver Age, where they served as the first ever villains Thor fought) and reduces him to a giant pile of rocks.
** Malekith seeks Jane for his own purposes. He used Sif in a similar manner in his first appearance.
** Odin gives a nod to the actual Norse mythology when he compares Jane being present in Asgard to a goat being present at a banquet table.
** Malekith getting half his face burnt by Mjolnir makes him look more like the comic book Malekith, whose face was half white and half black.
** During Selvig's rambling lecture about the Convergence, a circled "616 universe" can be seen in the center of the blackboard. This refers to Marvel's designation for the mainstream comic continuity.
** Malekith and Kurse had first appeared in comics at ''ComicBook/TheSurturSaga''. There's a point of that story adapted into the film as well: [[spoiler:Loki seems to betray the Asgardians for Malekith, but he was actually a ReverseMole all the time]].
** Odin suggests that Thor should forget Jane Foster and focus on what's "in front of him", while the two are looking at Sif training for battle. Besides the obvious point (Odin would prefer Thor to be with Sif instead of [[MayflyDecemberRomance Jane]]), this could be a subtle nod to the comics, where Thor's romantic relationship with Jane ended a long time ago, and after that he's had an on-again, off-again relationship with Sif for years. Also, in the actual Norse myths, Sif is Thor's wife.
** When Thor offers to relinquish {{Mjolnir}}, [[spoiler:Loki as]]Odin tells him that it is his "if you are worthy." In Thor's first Marvel appearance, the inscription on the hammer says the one who finds it "if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor." This led to reader questions on what happens if someone else who is worthy finds it, and eventually the Beta Ray Bill storyline.
** Thor mentions Sif's boisterous behavior after "the Battle of Harokin". In the comic, Thor and his friends battled Harokin and Hela in issues 129-31
** The second track of the soundtrack is entitled ''Lokasenna'', the name of a poem in which Loki systematically insults the gods at a banquet until Thor shows up.
** One of Algrim's cellmates looks more like the traditional version of Kurse than the one in the movie.
** When Thor accidentally knocks off the head of a statue of Bor (Odin's father), Loki quips: "Well done, you just decapitated your grandfather!" In the comics Thor was actually forced to kill Bor, which was all part of BatmanGambit played by Loki.

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* MythologyGag:
** Thor's latest costume is inspired by his [[TheEighties 1980s]] comic book incarnation; the same era that introduced Malekith.
** Thor hammers a Kronan (or a Stone Man from Saturn as they were dubbed back in the Silver Age, where they served as the first ever villains Thor fought) and reduces him to a giant pile of rocks.
** Malekith seeks Jane for his
MythologyGag: Has [[MythologyGag/ThorTheDarkWorld its own purposes. He used Sif in a similar manner in his first appearance.
** Odin gives a nod to the actual Norse mythology when he compares Jane being present in Asgard to a goat being present at a banquet table.
** Malekith getting half his face burnt by Mjolnir makes him look more like the comic book Malekith, whose face was half white and half black.
** During Selvig's rambling lecture about the Convergence, a circled "616 universe" can be seen in the center of the blackboard. This refers to Marvel's designation for the mainstream comic continuity.
** Malekith and Kurse had first appeared in comics at ''ComicBook/TheSurturSaga''. There's a point of that story adapted into the film as well: [[spoiler:Loki seems to betray the Asgardians for Malekith, but he was actually a ReverseMole all the time]].
** Odin suggests that Thor should forget Jane Foster and focus on what's "in front of him", while the two are looking at Sif training for battle. Besides the obvious point (Odin would prefer Thor to be with Sif instead of [[MayflyDecemberRomance Jane]]), this could be a subtle nod to the comics, where Thor's romantic relationship with Jane ended a long time ago, and after that he's had an on-again, off-again relationship with Sif for years. Also, in the actual Norse myths, Sif is Thor's wife.
** When Thor offers to relinquish {{Mjolnir}}, [[spoiler:Loki as]]Odin tells him that it is his "if you are worthy." In Thor's first Marvel appearance, the inscription on the hammer says the one who finds it "if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor." This led to reader questions on what happens if someone else who is worthy finds it, and eventually the Beta Ray Bill storyline.
** Thor mentions Sif's boisterous behavior after "the Battle of Harokin". In the comic, Thor and his friends battled Harokin and Hela in issues 129-31
** The second track of the soundtrack is entitled ''Lokasenna'', the name of a poem in which Loki systematically insults the gods at a banquet until Thor shows up.
** One of Algrim's cellmates looks more like the traditional version of Kurse than the one in the movie.
** When Thor accidentally knocks off the head of a statue of Bor (Odin's father), Loki quips: "Well done, you just decapitated your grandfather!" In the comics Thor was actually forced to kill Bor, which was all part of BatmanGambit played by Loki.
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7th Mar '17 7:18:19 AM Getta
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* RazorWings: singular in this case, the Dark Elven fighter planes have a single blade-shaped wing that can slice through stone.
24th Feb '17 1:50:00 PM Hjortron18
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* TuckAndCover: Loki shields Jane from the explosion when Thor tries to destroy the Aether with Mjölnir.
24th Feb '17 12:29:12 PM Hjortron18
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* DivingSave: [[spoiler: Loki]] pushes [[spoiler: Jane]] out of the way of a black hole grenade but has not enough time to get out of the danger zone himself and is almost suck into the black hole. But then Thor comes flying in and pushes him out of the way in the last nick of time.
9th Feb '17 9:35:55 AM Gosicrystal
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* ByNoIMeanYes: In the first scene, before Loki is led to prison, he speaks with Odin.
-->'''Loki:''' It's not that I don't love our chats... It's just... I don't love them.



* NoExceptYes: In the first scene, before Loki is led to prison, he speaks with Odin.
-->'''Loki:''' It's not that I don't love our chats... It's just... I don't love them.
3rd Dec '16 7:42:37 AM megarotic
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** Loki and Thor in Svartalfheim. [[spoiler:Loki's LoveableTraitor status makes it very convincing for ''everyone'' -- audience included -- when he stabs Thor immediately after having his cuffs removed. Then he chases a tumbling Thor down a hillside, with Jane following, and cuts his hand off ''halfway through recalling Mjölnir'' as he calls out Thor on his sentimentality. As Malekith approaches, he grabs Jane and tosses her at them, asking for them to let him ''watch them destroy Asgard''. The moment the Aether is out of Jane, Loki removes the illusion, and Thor blasts the Aether with enough lightning to put a Leviathan down.]] It doesn't quite work, but the effect was there.

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** Loki and Thor in Svartalfheim. [[spoiler:Loki's LoveableTraitor LovableTraitor status makes it very convincing for ''everyone'' -- audience included -- when he stabs Thor immediately after having his cuffs removed. Then he chases a tumbling Thor down a hillside, with Jane following, and cuts his hand off ''halfway through recalling Mjölnir'' as he calls out Thor on his sentimentality. As Malekith approaches, he grabs Jane and tosses her at them, asking for them to let him ''watch them destroy Asgard''. The moment the Aether is out of Jane, Loki removes the illusion, and Thor blasts the Aether with enough lightning to put a Leviathan down.]] It doesn't quite work, but the effect was there.
3rd Dec '16 7:41:14 AM megarotic
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** Loki and Thor in Svartalfheim. [[spoiler:Loki's ReliableTraitor status makes it very convincing for ''everyone'' -- audience included -- when he stabs Thor immediately after having his cuffs removed. Then he chases a tumbling Thor down a hillside, with Jane following, and cuts his hand off ''halfway through recalling Mjölnir'' as he calls out Thor on his sentimentality. As Malekith approaches, he grabs Jane and tosses her at them, asking for them to let him ''watch them destroy Asgard''. The moment the Aether is out of Jane, Loki removes the illusion, and Thor blasts the Aether with enough lightning to put a Leviathan down.]] It doesn't quite work, but the effect was there.

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** Loki and Thor in Svartalfheim. [[spoiler:Loki's ReliableTraitor LoveableTraitor status makes it very convincing for ''everyone'' -- audience included -- when he stabs Thor immediately after having his cuffs removed. Then he chases a tumbling Thor down a hillside, with Jane following, and cuts his hand off ''halfway through recalling Mjölnir'' as he calls out Thor on his sentimentality. As Malekith approaches, he grabs Jane and tosses her at them, asking for them to let him ''watch them destroy Asgard''. The moment the Aether is out of Jane, Loki removes the illusion, and Thor blasts the Aether with enough lightning to put a Leviathan down.]] It doesn't quite work, but the effect was there.
25th Nov '16 7:41:01 PM The12thDoctor
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