History Heartwarming / Thor

4th Dec '15 5:54:47 PM ErikModi
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** Especially the utter ease with which Loki tries to interpose himself, [[FridgeBrilliance once you think about it]]. . . Loki's gotten used to playing peacemaker between his brother and his father.
16th Jun '15 11:31:55 AM GundamY
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* In the deleted scene where Sif and the Warriors Three searches for Thor on Earth, Volstagg helps a little girl retrieve a baseball underneath a car. Instead of being scared of the Asgardian warrior like the adults were in town, the little girl shows gratitude by saying "Thank you" to Volstagg.
19th Dec '14 7:59:16 PM Esmerda
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** Course that scene takes a [[spoiler: darker tone when we find out later that Loki had already given the Frost Giants the information they needed to get into the weapons vault and "ruin Thor's big day".]]
* In the extended version of the scene where Thor declares that they are going to Jotunheim, Thor tries to persuade Sif and the Warriors Three to join him by asking if they're going to let him and Loki take all the glory. Heartwarming for several reasons: this is ''Thor'', the arrogant warrior prince who constantly boasts about how much more powerful he is than anyone else- yet not only does he automatically expect Loki to share the credit of a victory, he assumes that Loki would come with him and looks almost vulnerable at the idea of going without his little brother, whereas he laughed off the others' refusals. Then there's Loki's response- a surprised, almost gratified smile, and a simple agreement that, yes, he's coming. You really get the feeling that they do care about each other, and that Loki never really [[spoiler: wanted the throne for himself- he just didn't want Asgard to have a reckless king, which Thor admittedly would have been, if not for his experiences on Earth.]]
---> '''Thor:''' My friends, trust me now- we must do this! You're not going to let me and my brother take all the glory, are you?
---> '''Loki:''' (quietly, with genuine surprise) What...?

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** Course Of course, that scene takes a [[spoiler: darker tone when we find out later that Loki had already given the Frost Giants the information they needed to get into the weapons vault and "ruin Thor's big day".]]
* In the extended version of the scene where Thor declares that they are going to Jotunheim, Thor tries to persuade Sif and the Warriors Three to join him by asking if they're going to let him and Loki take all the glory. Heartwarming for several reasons: this is ''Thor'', Thor, the arrogant warrior prince who constantly boasts about how much more powerful he is than anyone else- yet prince, not only does he automatically expect expects Loki to share the credit of a victory, he but also assumes that Loki would come with him and come- whereas he laughed off the others' objections, Thor looks almost vulnerable at the idea of going without his little brother, whereas he laughed off the others' refusals. brother. Then there's Loki's response- response: a surprised, almost gratified smile, and a simple agreement that, yes, he's coming.smile. You really get the feeling that they do care about each other, and that Loki never really [[spoiler: wanted the throne for himself- he just didn't want Asgard to have a reckless king, which Thor admittedly would have been, if not for his experiences on Earth.]]
---> '''Thor:''' My friends, trust me now- we must ''must'' do this! You're not going to let me and my brother take all the glory, are you?
---> '''Loki:''' (quietly, with genuine surprise) What...?



---> '''Loki:''' (turns, smiling) ... Yes, of course. (stands) I won't let my brother march in Jotunheim alone.

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---> '''Loki:''' (turns, smiling) ...(smiling) ... Yes, of course. (stands) I won't let my brother march in Jotunheim alone.alone!
10th Nov '14 2:13:04 PM Esmerda
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* In the extended version of the scene where Thor declares that they are going to Jotunheim, Thor tries to persuade Sif and the Warriors Three to join him by asking if they're going to let him and Loki take all the glory. Heartwarming for several reasons: this is ''Thor'', the arrogant warrior prince who constantly boasts about how much more powerful he is than anyone else- yet not only does he automatically expect Loki to share the credit of a victory, he assumes that Loki would come with him and looks almost vulnerable at the idea of going without his little brother, whereas he laughed off the others' refusals. Then there's Loki's response- a surprised, almost gratified smile, and a simple agreement that, yes, he's coming. You really get the feeling that they do care about each other, and that Loki never really [[spoiler: wanted the throne for himself- he just didn't want Asgard to have a reckless king, which Thor admittedly would have been, if not for his experiences on Earth.]]
---> '''Thor:''' My friends, trust me now- we must do this! You're not going to let me and my brother take all the glory, are you?
---> '''Loki:''' (quietly, with genuine surprise) What...?
---> '''Thor:''' (face falls) What, you are coming with me... aren't you?
---> '''Loki:''' (turns, smiling) ... Yes, of course. (stands) I won't let my brother march in Jotunheim alone.
9th Sep '14 3:50:29 PM kikiandlala
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* The scene where Thor gently tucks Jane into her cot as they both look up in the sky and Thor tells about Yggdrasil and the Nine Worlds to an enthralled Jane.
17th Oct '13 11:58:02 PM firejewel
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** Course that scene takes a [[spoiler: darker tone when we find out later that Loki had already given the Frost Giants the information they needed to get into the weapons vault and "ruin Thor's big day".]]
2nd Oct '13 8:48:54 AM Discar
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* When Thor was killed after ''finally'' earning the selfless, kind and loving heart one must possess to be '''truly''' worthy of worthy of wielding Mjlorin, Odin sheds a SingleTear of pride for his son, then reinstates his rightful Goodhood and sends Milorin triumphantly flying back to its true master.
2nd Oct '13 6:23:04 AM SistersNoise
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* When Thor was killed after ''finally'' earning the selfless, kind and loving heart one must possess to be '''truly''' worthy of worthy of wielding Mjlorin, Odin sheds a Single ManlyTear of pride for his son, reinstating his rightful Goodhood and sending Milorin triumphantly flying back to its true master.

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* When Thor was killed after ''finally'' earning the selfless, kind and loving heart one must possess to be '''truly''' worthy of worthy of wielding Mjlorin, Odin sheds a Single ManlyTear SingleTear of pride for his son, reinstating then reinstates his rightful Goodhood and sending sends Milorin triumphantly flying back to its true master.
2nd Oct '13 6:21:32 AM SistersNoise
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* When Thor was killed after ''finally'' earning the selfless, kind and loving heart one must possess to be '''truly''' worthy of worthy of wielding Mjlorin, Odin sheds a Single ManlyTear of pride for his son, reinstating his rightful Goodhood and sending Milorin triumphantly flying back to its true master.
24th Jul '13 1:57:27 AM whelptimetogetcreative
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* All the moments displaying Thor and Sif's bond of friendship in a more subtle way were rather well done in this aspect. Him mentioning that he supported her desire to become a warrior, their individual reactions to the other getting killed/about to get killed by the Destroyer, her happiness about being reunited with him or seeing him be revived, him trying to convince her to retreat since he knows she'll sacrifice herself and die if he doesn't, her troubled expression as she is one of the few people who notices and recognizes that Thor is grieving at the end of the movie, etc. The fact that [[http://screenrant.com/thor-movie-jaimie-alexander-sif-rothc-113443/all/1/ the writers intentionally used those scenes to hint that there might be more to Thor and Sif then just friendship]] is simply icing on the "aww, look, they ''do'' care" cake.

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* All the moments displaying Thor and Sif's bond of friendship in a more subtle way way were rather well done in this aspect. Him mentioning that he supported her desire to become a warrior, their individual reactions to the other getting killed/about to get killed by the Destroyer, her happiness about being reunited with him or seeing him be revived, him trying to convince her to retreat since he knows she'll sacrifice herself and die if he doesn't, her troubled expression as she is one of the few people who notices and recognizes that Thor is grieving at the end of the movie, etc. The fact that [[http://screenrant.com/thor-movie-jaimie-alexander-sif-rothc-113443/all/1/ the writers intentionally used those scenes to hint that there might be more to Thor and Sif then just friendship]] is simply icing on the "aww, look, they ''do'' care" cake.
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