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Old 05-11-2011, 04:24 PM   #1
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Old 05-11-2011, 04:24 PM   #3
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can someone explain to me what was going on when Loki was visiting Thor at SHIELD? was he invisible for humans?
don't think so, there was no reaction to him at the SHIELD compound

oops: I meant I think so. brain fart, sorry

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Old 05-11-2011, 04:34 PM   #4
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I'd go along with that but it raises a question - if he was invisible to humans, why bother to wear human clothes?

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because he looked badass in that suit.

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i think it would be cool if Loki was coming to Earth for years . and so tehy know him under a different name. and he would have connections with SHIELD.

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because he looked badass in that suit.
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Old 05-11-2011, 06:14 PM   #8
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i think it would be cool if Loki was coming to Earth for years . and so tehy know him under a different name. and he would have connections with SHIELD.
That would be very cool indeed

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I assumed he was invisible to them?

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Loki didn't need to be invisible; he could've assume the look of a SHIELD agent to get through if he wants.

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Old 05-11-2011, 08:20 PM   #11
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He wasn't invisible, it was just that nobody noticed him I guess...

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Old 05-11-2011, 08:21 PM   #12
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He wasn't invisible, it was just that nobody noticed him I guess...
i think he was...im sure someone would have noticed him trying to lift the hammer

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I saw the movie again today and loved it even more. I only had to pay 5 dollars for the ticket because my theater has this awesome new deal where you only pay 5 bucks between 4 and 6 pm! Needless to say I'll be seeing all of my movies around that time from now on!

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Loki is able to hide himself in plain view to mortal eyes, have any of you ever read the books. Loki is full of devious tricks. At the end of the film he is even hiding himself from Nick Fury.

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Can't wait for the sequel.

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Old 05-11-2011, 11:15 PM   #16
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Saw Thor in 3D IMAX tonight...SOLID movie. Not GREAT, but a strong intro to Thor and his universe...3D was less than desirable tho...

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saw it twice now. awesome movie.

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Old 05-11-2011, 11:58 PM   #18
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also saw this on another forum what do you guys think?
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Anyway, I was thinking about not watching it. I stopped reading Thor comics years ago because I felt it was blasphemy. Calling him the God of Thunder, Thunder God or any variation is a sin. Being a good Christian is sometimes tough but I have accepted the burden of trying to live the way Jesus would. Good thing God knows I'm human and sometimes makes mistakes.
I gave in and saw the movie.

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also saw this on another forum what do you guys think?
Yeah, I think homey needs to just relax and chill. As long as there is no worship placed behind it then calling a fictional character-and leaving it at that-the God of Thunder is fine as I'm concerned. And I'm a Christian, reformed Catholic to be exact.

I think people get too worried or bent out of shape on things like this and miss what it's all about. Clearly, if this dude is a Christian then he should not have anything to worry about when reading a comic and calling Thor the God of whatever, if he knows the Truth.

I love my fellow Christians, but sometimes we just knick-pick too much lol, as I'm sure other religions do.

I think a lot of people would be shocked if Jesus came back down and did all the unorthodox stuff he was known for. Religion has made Christianity more formal and orthodox then what I (emphasis on I) think it's really all about.

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so ebert hated thor or what lol
http://blogs.suntimes.com/ebert/2011...ttend_the.html

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Ebert sometimes fails to understand the movie he's viewing. Some comments I find utterly ridiculous are:

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In the arena of movies about comic book superheroes, it is a desolate vastation. Nothing exciting happens, nothing of interest is said, and the special effects evoke not a place or a time but simply...special effects.
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Superhero movies live and die on the quality of their villains. "Thor" has a shabby crew. The Frost Giants spend most of their time being frosty in their subzero sphere of Jotunheim and occasionally freezing their enemies. Thor's brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) is dark-haired, skinny, shifty-eyed and sadly lacking in charisma. He might as well be wearing a name tag: "Hi! I can't be trusted!"
Is he for real? I know he compares Thor to other comic book movies, but I honestly think the guy doesn't know how to separate films - particularly for what they were looking to achieve.

So many utterly stupid comments in his critique. Reading some more, I see he obviously missed how The Destroyer died and he's complaining that it didn't attack the Golden Gate Bridge ..... huh? Why would it do that? Thor was in New Mexico.

The best is he lumps Obadiah Stane in as one of the greatest CBM villains of all-time. Rigghhhhhhhhhhhhhhht.

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Old 05-12-2011, 01:11 AM   #22
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Ebert needs to retire. He just doesn't have it anymore, not that he ever really did.


I remember watching Siskel and Ebert back in the day though.

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lol @ Ebert's review.

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Old 05-12-2011, 01:57 AM   #24
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Ebert's review is disappointing because this isn't his usual level of work.

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if he would give it a positive review you all would like him.

you can not accept positive reviews and ignore negative reviews from teh same critics.

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