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Thread Manager 05-08-2012 12:40 PM

Re: "Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be Hemsworthy, shall possess the power of Tho
 
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Thread Manager 05-08-2012 12:40 PM

Re: "Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be Hemsworthy, shall possess the power of Tho
 
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BigThor 05-08-2012 12:40 PM

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Originally Posted by herakles (Post 23195005)
My 2 favorite parts of that fight scene is Thor calling Mjolnir, he justs sits there waiting for it to fly to him. My next favorite part is when Thor ****** slaps Hulk so hard with Mjolnir that it looked like Hulk was actually KOd till he hit the plane.

Yeah he definately was in a state of euphoria while flying through the air, there's no doubt that he would've bleed had it hit him in the nose.

jaqua99 05-08-2012 01:23 PM

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Originally Posted by BigThor (Post 23195071)
Yeah he definately was in a state of euphoria while flying through the air, there's no doubt that he would've bleed had it hit him in the nose.


Euphoria?? You sure about that? Euphoria is the intense feeling of well being, emotionally, and or physically. Hulk looked like he was hurt for the moment from that blow, his face just went, blank haha.

BigThor 05-08-2012 01:30 PM

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Originally Posted by jaqua99 (Post 23195389)
Euphoria?? You sure about that? Euphoria is the intense feeling of well being, emotionally, and or physically. Hulk looked like he was hurt for the moment from that blow, his face just went, blank haha.

I meant it as in Hulk was kind if "checked out" at the moment, I forgot about the "happiness" aspect of being in euphoria.

Young Superman 05-08-2012 01:35 PM

Re: "Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be Hemsworthy, shall possess the power of Tho
 
Do you guys and girls think they will change Thor's costume for Thor 2?

Matt 05-08-2012 01:38 PM

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I love how gloriously cheesy the pun in this thread title is. :funny:

Project862006 05-08-2012 02:20 PM

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while thor did'nt have as much screen time as cap or IM i thought he had the best action scenes!!

BigThor 05-08-2012 02:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Young Superman (Post 23195505)
Do you guys and girls think they will change Thor's costume for Thor 2?

Hmmm, I want both his armored and "classic" outfits from this film to be used at various points.

If they do changed his costume I wouldn't mind seeing them return to the black pants from his solo film.

jaymes_e06 05-08-2012 02:43 PM

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The scene where he comes after Loki is so epic there are no words.

jaqua99 05-08-2012 03:55 PM

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Originally Posted by BigThor (Post 23196247)
Hmmm, I want both his armored and "classic" outfits from this film to be used at various points.

If they do changed his costume I wouldn't mind seeing them return to the black pants from his solo film.

I don't know. His armored look really has grown on me. I do like the "classic" look though...

ps BT, you like my new Avy? :woot:

BigThor 05-08-2012 03:57 PM

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Originally Posted by jaqua99 (Post 23197025)
I don't know. His armored look really has grown on me. I do like the "classic" look though...

ps BT, you like my new Avy? :woot:

I'm the opposite, the armored look was initially my favorite by far but I've grown to love his "classic" look in this film.

Oh and you're new avy is quite funny, I imagine Thor saying "wowzers" with the camera zooming in and out like that. :funny:

herolee10 05-08-2012 04:12 PM

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Do you guys think it was intentional for the film to have not shown Thor being in such peril like most of his teammates were during the final battle?

I mean, you had:

1. Tony nearly getting killed from sending that nuke into space.

2. Steve getting blown out of buildings and getting shot by the Chitari around the ribs.

3. BW was showing obvious fatigue during her final battles with the alien soldiers on the ground.

4. Hawkeye got the wind knocked out of him when he flew right through that window.

5. The Hulk got ambushed with several rays of lasers that were strong enough to subdue him for a while.


Yet, Thor, aside from getting stabbed from Loki, which even with that, didn't seem to really phase him in the long run, didn't really encounter any of these issues. He showed no real signs of fatigue from the final battle, no wounds on his actual body made from the Soldiers either.

BigThor 05-08-2012 04:22 PM

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Originally Posted by herolee10 (Post 23197181)
Do you guys think it was intentional for the film to have not shown Thor being in such peril like most of his teammates were during the final battle?

I mean, you had:

1. Tony nearly getting killed from sending that nuke into space.

2. Steve getting blown out of buildings and getting shot by the Chitari around the ribs.

3. BW was showing obvious fatigue during her final battles with the alien soldiers on the ground.

4. Hawkeye got the wind knocked out of him when he flew right through that window.

5. The Hulk got ambushed with several rays of lasers that were strong enough to subdue him for a while.


Yet, Thor, aside from getting stabbed from Loki, which even with that, didn't seem to really phase him in the long run, didn't really encounter any of these issues. He showed no real signs of fatigue from the final battle, no wounds on his actual body made from the Soldiers either.

Well it only makes sense given that's he's been fighting in huge battles for over a thousand years.

Mr. Immortal 05-08-2012 04:27 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by herolee10 (Post 23197181)
Do you guys think it was intentional for the film to have not shown Thor being in such peril like most of his teammates were during the final battle?

I mean, you had:

1. Tony nearly getting killed from sending that nuke into space.

2. Steve getting blown out of buildings and getting shot by the Chitari around the ribs.

3. BW was showing obvious fatigue during her final battles with the alien soldiers on the ground.

4. Hawkeye got the wind knocked out of him when he flew right through that window.

5. The Hulk got ambushed with several rays of lasers that were strong enough to subdue him for a while.


Yet, Thor, aside from getting stabbed from Loki, which even with that, didn't seem to really phase him in the long run, didn't really encounter any of these issues. He showed no real signs of fatigue from the final battle, no wounds on his actual body made from the Soldiers either.

I think it was intentional and I'm OK with it. Hulk showed even less signs of danger to me, nothing really fazed him at all. Plus he was the first one to destroy Leviathan, the one to defeat Loki, the one to catch Tony, and the one to wake him up.

herolee10 05-08-2012 04:27 PM

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Originally Posted by BigThor (Post 23197309)
Well it only makes sense given that's he's been fighting in huge battles for over a thousand years.

True; and don't get me wrong, it's not that I had a issue with it; it's just one of those.."Oh wow, that's something cool that I didn't really realize till now".lol

Hell, I also just remembered on how BW had ordered on her comlink to bring Thor into the room with Banner when she was on her way to confront him (Banner) after learning about Loki's plans to unleash the Hulk.

It's just, really nice as a Thor fan personally, to see Thor constantly being recognized in the MCU as a real powerhouse for good.

BigThor 05-08-2012 04:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Mr. Immortal (Post 23197369)
I think it was intentional and I'm OK with it. Hulk showed even less signs of danger to me, nothing really fazed him at all. Plus he was the first one to destroy Leviathan, the one to defeat Loki, the one to catch Tony, and the one to wake him up.

Hulk showed quite a bit of fatigue and danger when he was being bombarded after being surrounded by all of those ships.

Quasimod0 05-08-2012 04:39 PM

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Yeah hulk looked like he was in trouble at that moment. Even though I was just waiting for him to jump up and take em all out. lol. Thor definitely didn't seem to be getting very tired. He even gets run into by a leviathan. and that didnt stop him

herolee10 05-08-2012 04:41 PM

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I honestly can't wait to see Thor tackle on a villain in the TA, or hell, even in his own film, where he's pushed to the breaking point..I mean farther than anything that we've seen where it can't be disputed that he was holding back or whatnot.

BigThor 05-08-2012 04:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Quasimod0 (Post 23197529)
Yeah hulk looked like he was in trouble at that moment. Even though I was just waiting for him to jump up and take em all out. lol. Thor definitely didn't seem to be getting very tired. He even gets run into by a leviathan. and that didnt stop him

I thought the same thing, but Thor leaped off that chitauri ship right before the leviathan crashed into it.

It was kind of funny really, he was all like "oh ****, gotta go"! *jumps from ship* :funny:

Bren 05-08-2012 04:51 PM

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Originally Posted by herolee10 (Post 23197377)
Hell, I also just remembered on how BW had ordered on her comlink to bring Thor into the room with Banner when she was on her way to confront him (Banner) after learning about Loki's plans to unleash the Hulk.

Really - Damn how the hell did I miss that!?!?!?!?! Reading it just made me grow that huge fat cheesy grin all over again.

Damn impressive, considering I'm 22 hours no sleep and still 7 hours of my nightshift to go...

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Originally Posted by herolee10 (Post 23197549)
I honestly can't wait to see Thor tackle on a villain in the TA, or hell, even in his own film, where he's pushed to the breaking point..I mean farther than anything that we've seen where it can't be disputed that he was holding back or whatnot.

Absolutely. I can just imagine an image of him floating in the air, utterly mad as hell (a level that Hulk would suggest anger management hehe), lightning starting to stream into him, from him etc, not just the hammer.
And I really REALLY wouldn't mind a closeup of his eyes, which are throwing off electricity themselves (you all know what I mean :) ).

Mjölnir 05-08-2012 05:04 PM

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I doubt there's room for it if there will only be three Avengers movies but it would actually be cool if another villain wanted to do something similar to what Loki did in terms of making the Avengers busy fighting themselves, but doing it through finding some way to bring the warrior's madness over Thor. That could probably surprise quite a few people.

BigThor 05-08-2012 05:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Bren (Post 23197671)
Really - Damn how the hell did I miss that!?!?!?!?! Reading it just made me grow that huge fat cheesy grin all over again.

Damn impressive, considering I'm 22 hours no sleep and still 7 hours of my nightshift to go...

Yeah I noticed that too, I love when Thor get's treated as a "big gun".

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Absolutely. I can just imagine an image of him floating in the air, utterly mad as hell (a level that Hulk would suggest anger management hehe), lightning starting to stream into him, from him etc, not just the hammer.
And I really REALLY wouldn't mind a closeup of his eyes, which are throwing off electricity themselves (you all know what I mean :) ).
Hmmm sounds just like the scene in this video, it comes in at the 5:42 second mark.

Thor's Avengers: EMH tribute
VIDEO-CLick to Watch!:

Avenger 05-08-2012 05:08 PM

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Thor was a freaking bad*** in this movie. I was never all that interested in Thor's comics as a kid, but TA and his solo movie have really given me a new appreciation for the character. It's true that he had less screen time than Cap and Iron Man, but I never really felt like he was being shortchanged. He was on Earth for a very specific purpose, and his part in the movie flowed very organically.

The only part where I got a little tripped up was when he was in the field and Mjolnir wouldn't come to his hand. Was that supposed to be implying that the hammer needed to be recharged (hence the lightning scene)?

SuperSoldier985 05-08-2012 05:10 PM

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I admired that despite my opinion that Thor had the least amount of development in this movie, they made up for it by including him in some of the movie's most memorable scenes. I liked how they tried to bring full circle his relationship with Loki again, and even though I would've liked to have seen more, I honestly don't know what else they could've done with him while also moving the plot forward...


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