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post #331 of 360
Did you guys know about the >> button on your remote? smile.gif
post #332 of 360
I use the stop button. The only reasons I'll watch the credits is to see who an actor is, or the ending music is so darn good I have to listen until it ends (Man of Steel - Hans Zimmer).
post #333 of 360
Just wait til BD.

Fast forward, my friends. wink.gif
post #334 of 360
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Originally Posted by Morpheo View Post

I always sit through the credits, Marvel or not. I've always thought closing credits are part of the movie, just like opening logos!... eek.gifsmile.gif
This is what The Great White North can do to a person over time.....tongue.gif
post #335 of 360
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Originally Posted by Morpheo View Post

I always sit through the credits, Marvel or not. I've always thought closing credits are part of the movie, just like opening logos!... eek.gifsmile.gif

Likewise. Don't know if it's done anymore but I remember Europeans (especially the French) would sit through a movie until the end credits.
post #336 of 360
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Originally Posted by Aliens View Post

I use the stop button. The only reasons I'll watch the credits is to see who an actor is, or the ending music is so darn good I have to listen until it ends (Man of Steel - Hans Zimmer).

Amen to that, both the general point and the soundtrack example. MOS had just about the best closing music I can remember experiencing from a final scene.
post #337 of 360
I thought the movie was good, not quite as good as the first one, but still entertaining. I did think that Kenneth Branagh had a better feel for the material, but this sequel still felt similar. The first movie also had a sharper sense of humor compared to The Dark World.

I may be in the minority here, but I'm tiring of Loki. He was a great character for the first movie, OK in The Avengers, but he's really becoming too prominent in the Marvel movies.

Scott
post #338 of 360
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I liked it very much this time too but thought there was a plot hole you could drive a truck through: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Although Loki is a god and therefore immortal, Thor took him seriously when he told Thor he was dying. Yeah, sure.
I don't think that was a plot hole. After all, we did Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
see Frigga die and we also learned that Bor was dead. Didn't Odin mention that their life-spans were thousands of years, when warning Thor not to pursue his love affair with a human? I don't think they ever stated that the Asgardian gods were immortal, just very long-lived.

Scott
post #339 of 360
[quote name="srw1000" url="/t/1412219/thor-2/300_60#post_24585964I may be in the minority here, but I'm tiring of Loki. He was a great character for the first movie, OK in The Avengers, but he's really becoming too prominent in the Marvel movies.[/quote]
Agreed.

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After all, we did Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
see Frigga die and we also learned that Bor was dead. Didn't Odin mention that their life-spans were thousands of years, when warning Thor not to pursue his love affair with a human? I don't think they ever stated that the Asgardian gods were immortal, just very long-lived.
Yup.
The Gods are just long-lived, not immortal (at least according to these Thor movies).
post #340 of 360
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Originally Posted by srw1000 View Post

I may be in the minority here, but I'm tiring of Loki. He was a great character for the first movie, OK in The Avengers, but he's really becoming too prominent in the Marvel movies.

Scott

 

agreed!

post #341 of 360
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agreed!

According to the post-credits scene (the first one) in Cap2, we're probably not done with Loki yet. But I kind of like his character and Tom Hiddleson's work so it's not an issue for me.
post #342 of 360
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According to the post-credits scene (the first one) in Cap2, we're probably not done with Loki yet. But I kind of like his character and Tom Hiddleson's work so it's not an issue for me.

Exactly, and I would add that if Thor 2 was so successful, that's in large part because of him - people love this character and how he's portrayed, perfectly, by Tom Hiddleston. Thor 2's ending already suggested that we're not quite done with him yet.
post #343 of 360
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According to the post-credits scene (the first one) in Cap2, we're probably not done with Loki yet. But I kind of like his character and Tom Hiddleson's work so it's not an issue for me.

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Exactly, and I would add that if Thor 2 was so successful, that's in large part because of him - people love this character and how he's portrayed, perfectly, by Tom Hiddleston. Thor 2's ending already suggested that we're not quite done with him yet.

I agree with you guys I like Loki and hope to see some more of him in marvel.
post #344 of 360
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I agree with you guys I like Loki and hope to see some more of him in marvel.

Yeah, Loki may be the only truly three dimensional character in the Marvel universe. He is a jokester and a trickster, and as treacherous as a rattle snake, but somehow manages to do some good once in a while.
post #345 of 360
+1 in thoroughly enjoying Huddleston as Loki. Can't get enough of Loki.
post #346 of 360
The Hulk likes Loki too.


post #347 of 360
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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post

Yeah, Loki may be the only truly three dimensional character in the Marvel universe. He is a jokester and a trickster, and as treacherous as a rattle snake, but somehow manages to do some good once in a while.
Well said.wink.gif
post #348 of 360
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The Hulk likes Loki too.



That scene was awesome. First time I watched it I expected Loki ( from not our world ) to at least put up some sort of fight. But hulk destroyed him
post #349 of 360
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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post

Yeah, Loki may be the only truly three dimensional character in the Marvel universe. He is a jokester and a trickster, and as treacherous as a rattle snake, but somehow manages to do some good once in a while.

I agree 100%
post #350 of 360
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That scene was awesome. First time I watched it I expected Loki ( from not our world ) to at least put up some sort of fight. But hulk destroyed him
One of the funniest moments in the film.
post #351 of 360
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That scene was awesome. First time I watched it I expected Loki ( from not our world ) to at least put up some sort of fight. But hulk destroyed him

After seeing the Hulk's true awesomeness on display, I soooooo want another Hulk movie.

I lol'd on this one too.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
post #352 of 360
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One of the funniest moments in the film.

"Puny god." smile.gif
post #353 of 360
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After seeing the Hulk's true awesomeness on display, I soooooo want another Hulk movie.

I lol'd on this one too.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Yeah that was a good one too
post #354 of 360
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Yeah that was a good one too
Agreed.biggrin.gif
post #355 of 360
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Did you guys know about the >> button on your remote? smile.gif
Forbidden! eek.gif Forbidden it is for human to use, to know, to touch biggrin.gif
post #356 of 360
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Originally Posted by Morpheo View Post

I always sit through the credits, Marvel or not. I've always thought closing credits are part of the movie, just like opening logos!... eek.gifsmile.gif
Credits are good for trivia, and tend to be more complete and accurate vs websites. Reading them shows respect for people who worked on it.
post #357 of 360
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Originally Posted by tenthplanet View Post

Credits are good for trivia, and tend to be more complete and accurate vs websites. Reading them shows respect for people who worked on it.

Don't know if it's still de rigueur but Europeans (mostly French) will sit through them. Some silly notion about the director, the producer, and their ilk are bigger than the stars themselves. Go figure. tongue.gif
post #358 of 360
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Originally Posted by smudge981 View Post

Don't know if it's still de rigueur but Europeans (mostly French) will sit through them. Some silly notion about the director, the producer, and their ilk are bigger than the stars themselves. Go figure. tongue.gif

How wude!
post #359 of 360
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Originally Posted by tenthplanet View Post

Credits are good for trivia, and tend to be more complete and accurate vs websites. Reading them shows respect for people who worked on it.

What can I say? I have a short attention span and perhaps a touch of OCD so in all movies but those from the Marvel franchise, I usually get up and leave when the credits start to roll. I do occassionally make an exception if the credits are interspersed with something more interesting than white letters rolling over a black background. For the kind of nitty gritty contained there, I will consult IMDb later if necessary.
post #360 of 360
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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post

What can I say? I have a short attention span and perhaps a touch of OCD so in all movies but those from the Marvel franchise, I usually get up and leave when the credits start to roll. I do occassionally make an exception if the credits are interspersed with something more interesting than white letters rolling over a black background. For the kind of nitty gritty contained there, I will consult IMDb later if necessary.
Grey, you don't have to apologize for having better things to do with your life.wink.gif
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