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Old 10-17-2013, 06:37 PM   #376
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The best is that he knocks over that chair and doesn't even let it phase him *lol*

He sang too (don't think that bit was in the video I linked to):
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and delivered a message from Loki:
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(just me or does the guy look like he's tearing up around the 1:20 mark when Feige tells him "they're saying your name")

And here's a video of the whole event (video is just under 50 min long, so.... yeah):
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(thanks to http://thormovies.tumblr.com for the links to those vids)
The screams from the girls after he says, "I am Loki!"

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Old 10-18-2013, 01:21 AM   #377
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I didn't even realize that when I wrote it, so definitely no pun intended, although saying that now would mean that I did intend to pun.

So,

Hahaha.
You know, I'm not wanting any spoilers at all because I would like to be pleasantly (Hopefully!) surprised by all the twists and turns.

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Old 10-19-2013, 03:20 PM   #378
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This thread is way too quiet, especially when there's stuff like this around:

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He's one funny guy. Hope he gets to host our SNL one day.

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Old 10-19-2013, 04:15 PM   #379
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This thread is way too quiet, especially when there's stuff like this around:

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He's one funny guy. Hope he gets to host our SNL one day.
South Koreans are weird

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Old 10-19-2013, 06:12 PM   #380
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South Koreans are weird
Probably just as weird as we are to them.

Most of the regular skits and characters on our SNL are mainly funny in context, or because they're familiar to us. And I'm sure it would help if we 'got' some of the cultural touch points. And the language.

But I digress. Tom was still funny as heck. He has great comic timing.

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Old 10-19-2013, 10:24 PM   #381
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Have we ruled out whether Thanos or the Other are coming after Loki for losing the cube and earth in the avengers...did they perhaps unwaken the villains for this movie that are coming after loki ?

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Old 10-20-2013, 12:32 AM   #382
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This thread is way too quiet, especially when there's stuff like this around:

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He's one funny guy. Hope he gets to host our SNL one day.
Asian humor is very...um...interesting to say the least. The good old anime exclamation point was constantly blinking over me head.

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Old 10-20-2013, 01:19 PM   #383
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Hiddleston is one of the best actors in the MCU.

As much as I respect the late Roger Ebert, I never understood how he could write something like that in his review for Thor 1:

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Old 10-20-2013, 03:27 PM   #384
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I think The Avengers really showed us his capability - I can see how Thor made it difficult to gauge his full potential

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Old 10-20-2013, 03:58 PM   #385
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I think The Avengers really showed us his capability - I can see how Thor made it difficult to gauge his full potential
Well, my wife is of the opinion that Loki had more great character moments in Thor than he had in Avengers... an I myself am not sure...

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Impersonation of Sam Jackson as Loki:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWPFEC3t3mw#t=40

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Well, my wife is of the opinion that Loki had more great character moments in Thor than he had in Avengers... an I myself am not sure...
I loved his acting in a few select moments throughout Thor - "I did it for you! For all of us!" Can't wait to see what he's like in Thor 2 - those tweets make it sound like he's a hero in the movie

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I loved his acting in a few select moments throughout Thor - "I did it for you! For all of us!" Can't wait to see what he's like in Thor 2 - those tweets make it sound like he's a hero in the movie
I think a better term might be anti-hero?

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I loved his acting in a few select moments throughout Thor - "I did it for you! For all of us!" Can't wait to see what he's like in Thor 2 - those tweets make it sound like he's a hero in the movie
I just think that Roger Ebert failed to realize what a great new actor for the MCU Hiddleston would be. He underestimated Loki.

Ebert was a great critic, but he sometimes made mistakes. In his review for Bram Stoker's Dracula, for example he wrote:

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It begins, as it should, with the tragic story of Vlad the Impaler, who went off to fight the Crusades and returned to find that his beloved wife, hearing he was dead, had killed herself. [...] Vlad cannot see the justice in his fate. He has marched all the way to the Holy Land on God's business, only to have God play this sort of a trick on him.
http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/br...s-dracula-1992

Everyone who has seen the film knows that Vlad/Dracula never went on a crusade to the Holy Land - it's the other way round: the Turks are invading Vlad's country! The battle we see at the start of the film takes place in Romania, not in Palestine.

In his review for Avengers, Ebert wrote:

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It goes completely unexplained where Loki now resides, how these dragon-machines are manufactured, and so on.
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Now that sentence is really a strange thing to say. Yes, the movie doesn't explain where Loki now resides - simply for the reason that it isn't important or should remain a mystery. And yes, it isn't explained either how the Chitauri Leviathans are manufactured. But on the other hand - is there any movie in which an alien invasion of earth takes place and they explain to us how their spaceships and war machines are manufactured ?!? Is there an explanation in Independence Day how the aliens made their vessels? Is it important to the plot? Does a World War II film need to show us how armoured vehicles are made?

Ebert's style was great, but it seems to me that sometimes he didn't understand the films he reviewed.

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I think a better term might be anti-hero?
Quite right - I am still waking up and need my morning coffee! I love it when you want a villain to win - especially against another villain. I'm trying to think of examples in other movies, but my brain is refusing to cooperate

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Based on what I have been seeing it looks like things are going to get worse dramatically for Loki. Can't wait to see what new traumas are in store for him.

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Any ideas on what this massive cliffhanger/post credits scene with Loki is all about?

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Yeah, the guy said he's not a fan of the "Loki is missunderstood" thing, and has negative thoughts towards it. After seeing it, the person said those negative thoughts are gone. So it sounds like we may get more darkness from Loki

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Seems pretty badass to me. Me likey.

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I'll have to scan it but the Loki entry in the kids book, Warriors of the Realm for Thor Dark world has a drawing of Loki in his cell, and the Caption reads, "Loki has been VERY bad" and nothing else, when most of the other Characters have at least two sentences lol

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Has been very bad? That's understating things just a bit, even if it is a kids book.

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I'll have to scan it but the Loki entry in the kids book, Warriors of the Realm for Thor Dark world has a drawing of Loki in his cell, and the Caption reads, "Loki has been VERY bad" and nothing else, when most of the other Characters have at least two sentences lol
Haha, I saw that picture online. The combination of that line and Loki's face in the drawing was classic combination of kid in the time out room.

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I'll have to scan it but the Loki entry in the kids book, Warriors of the Realm for Thor Dark world has a drawing of Loki in his cell, and the Caption reads, "Loki has been VERY bad" and nothing else, when most of the other Characters have at least two sentences lol
"VERY bad"

I prefer the word "naughty."

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Seems pretty badass to me. Me likey.
Hmmm. First pole dancing (in Thor). Now a super high kick with those loooooong legs (poor Thor, though). Methinks Loki should have been a Rockette and/or an exotic dancer.

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