The Dark WorldDVD - 2014
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Loki: (holding up his cuffed hands) Do you still not trust me, brother?
Thor: Would you? (smiles and undoes the cuffs)
Loki: (rubbing his hands together) No, I wouldn't. (Stabs Thor in the stomach)
Erik: (seeing Thor) THOR! Your brother's not here, is he?
Thor: Loki is dead.
Erik: Oh, thank God.
(Anger crosses Thor's face)
Erik: I mean, I'm so sorry.
Loki: As you wish. I'm not even here. (Transforms into an Asgardian guard) Is this better?
Thor: Better company, anyway.
Loki: Still, we could be more inconspicuous. (Transforms himself back. Transforms Thor into Sif.) Hmm, brother. You look ravishing.
Thor: (looking down at his body) It will hurt no less when I harm you in this body.
Loki: Very well. Perhaps you would prefer one of your new friends, since you seem to enjoy their company so much. (Transforms himself into Captain America.) This is much better. Costume's a little much. So tight! But the confidence! I can feel the righteousness surging within me. Hey, wanna have a rousing discussion about Truth, Honor, Patriotism! God Bless America!"
(Loki) I thought you said you knew how to fly this thing?
(Thor) I said, "How hard can it be?".
(Loki) Well whatever you're doing brother, I suggest you do it faster.
(Thor) Shut up, Loki.
“One person can make a difference and every person should try.” –John F Kennedy
“The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.” -Winston Churchill
"Who should I disguise myself as? One of your new friends? How about Captain America! Let's have a rousing discussion about truth! Honor! And Justice!"
-Loki to Thor
Odin: One son who doesn't want the throne, another who wanted it too much. Is this to be my legacy?
Thor: Loki died with honour. I shall try to live the same. Let THAT be your legacy.
Odin: I can not give you my blessing, nor can I wish you good luck. Even if I could, it could only come from my heart. Go.
[Thor offers up his hammer]
Odin: It is yours, if you are worthy enough to wield it.
Thor: I shall try to be. Thank you.
Loki: [appears from Odin's guise] No... thank YOU.
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Lover_of_Hockey4ever thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 13 and 99
white_pigeon_0 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 19
VancouverCanuck thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 99 and 1
Other: The doctor is naked at one part. and at another part he has just underwear. :/
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Images will be frightening for younger children; lots of fighting, punching, etc.
Other: If one were wanting to explore more of the Norse mythic and cryptic world of Asgard, one may want check-out historian and bard, Snorri Sturluson, from his supposed 12th century A.D. land and time ward. In my mind at moment, I believe it was he, Snorri, who was depicted and credited for being the one or as the one who started the classic Icelandic tale of old! I could be wrong. -X; Who
Coarse Language: Darcy says the s-bomb twice (and loudly) as well as several h-lls.
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Rest of Review is in Comments Section: *******Tinkering, Thinking, Thoughts: (1) Fandral, a red headed, comic relief guy, he had seemed to me to be a lot like the man garbed in black, the hero, from “Princess Bride” movie, this because, he having great sword swashbuckling, fencing skills… and he having this dapper-dan, gung-ho, devenaire demeanor to boot! (2) About time they, the creators, made Loki to look like a champion chevalier (although, at most, it may have been but in temporary guise, a makeshift illusion)! (3) Clothing: I noticed, and maybe I’m wrong here, a sort of trend among the cape colors worn. And as if we were in some Star Trek Enterprise episode, those who were wearing yellow were generally going to die… while those donning red garments, like Thor and/or Odin, lived! Once again, I could be woefully wrong! (4)Some light, laughing, moments of levity came from when Thor and Dark Elf Lord Dude fervently fought! (5) Places of Interest: (The Nine Realms of the World are approaching an inevitable violent, and potentially problematic planetary catastrophe)… And these are the three places of interest within this, Thor's second movie: Svartilheim: the dark elves kingdom… Asgard: the cosmic kingdom, and pantheon place, pertaining to Valhalla, and its Norse champion race… Earth: humans mostly inhabit this place and refer to planet they live on as with this listed, nominal name… (6) I generally felt well immersed into the Asgardian world as that had been where most of film physically remained during movies' daunting exploration. And so, while when discussing misanthropy and how I feel about watching and hearing humans in movies, I am most merry where when I am most seemingly far away from what others would call home! And so Thor mostly met that criterion of mine. So… Rating for Thor as this being his second movie, I rate, a rating of: 5.0/5.0; Xandor Who... *********Characters and Character Summaries: Relatable or not relatable? Of course they’re relatable… aren’t we as well, a giant galactic, cosmic colossal family?! Thor: Is Odin’s official son; he is Lord Over the Thunderous Cloudy, Heaven Skies; he wields and handles his hammer, the magnificent mallet, Mjoliner… Loki: is Lord of Illusions and is Master Magician Trickster; has nefarious intentions at times; he is highly capable in transforming simple parlor tricks from his fantasy into other people’s realities; he is Odin’s unofficial son or is Odin’s official stepson; he is noted as being a trickster; he is pissed at his father, Odin, and his brother, Thor, for what he believes is lack of respect from them due to him… Jane Foster: Thor’s Earthbound girlfriend, who becomes the unlikely wielder of the cosmic, Asgardian, special air, it being called Aether… Odin: Husband to Frig and Father to Loki and Thor; he is also known as the All Father; he is King of Asgard… Malekith: he is the dark elf warlord in this movie, and he is trying, yet again, to harbinger in an end of the world scenario as like when he had tried from many millenniums ago… Heimdell: an oculant, seer-like, oracle-like, specialist, who vigilantly keeps eye over the rainbow bridge and eye over all of the Nine Realms… Frig(ga): Thor’s wife, and it is she, who cares for both her sons, Thor and Loki… Bohr: Odin’s Father and is one who fought the dark elves from eons and epochs ago, and in an enchiridion book, it says that he, Bohr, had seen the dark elves defeated and destroyed… Darcy: Jane’s friend; she wears a dark red cap and is openly plucky… Lady Sif: an Asgardian, guardian, female warrior; she is as a thorn in Thor’s bare butt behind, this because she pesters him about his venturing off to Earth to where he would visit his girlfriend… **********Tags Summary: Norse mythology, Norse deities, super heroes, warriors, weapon wielding warriors. -X; Who
After the aftermath of the New York invasion in The Avengers, Thor now fights to restore balance and order to the Nine Realms. But an ancient evil known as the Dark Elves, led by the ruthless Malekith seeks to plunge the universe into eternal darkness. Now Thor must form an uneasy alliance with his villainous brother Loki and reunite with Jane Foster as he embarks on his most dangerous journey yet, which will force him to sacrifice everything he loves.