Like, they allied in Thor 2 for a time and then Loki fucked off, and Extra Amazing Grownup RagnaThor doesn't harbor illusions about Loki anymore! ahaha wow entropy has definitely stolen that particular set of dw skills from me, after all this time xD. I also really liked the callback to their adventures together, the enormous history they have that we haven't seen before. Oh yes, I completely agree with you that this movie changes their dynamic a bit. Your post and also the entire movie ahhhh so much. Copyright © 2009-2020 Dreamwidth Studios, LLC. Elle se classe en 16 e position du Billboard Hot 100 à sa sortie. yes ok this is a way better take than my fevered worst case scenario, I will adopt it into my worldview & upon its firm foundation build castles of headcanons and FEELINGS. But mostly absolute kudos to them for pulling off that plot and that tone simultaneously. Re the difference in her and Loki's approach to things -- I actually felt kind of bad for her, she really did think intimidating everyone into doing what she wanted was any kind of long term plan/solution, because clearly it worked for her BEFORE, but also, like ... did Odin properly convey why it wasn't working anymore, or was he just alarmed and preemptively locked her away?? SO THAT EXPLAINS THAT. i love himmmmmm. I just back from the movie and AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAZGHGHGHGHGHGHGH! Like ... on the one hand I REALLY loved the plot, but on the other I felt kind of wrecked by the end?? Some rights reserved. Okay I am a total Thor/Lokiwife so take my opinion with a grain of salt but I THINK that Thot had absolutely confidence in Loki's ability to get out of any situation, but he didn't think that Loki would come back TO HIM because historically Loki has not??? I kind of love it, but also it is a kind of rubbish plot wrapped around an awesome road trip, and while I also find it more consistently watchable than Thor 1, I don't think it's very. Apparently one of the things I want is the full history of Odin's A+ parenting! also I want to point out that I remember to use a topical icon!!! Immigrant Song est une chanson du groupe britannique de hard rock Led Zeppelin, unique single de l'album Led Zeppelin III publié le 5 novembre 1970 avec pour face B l'inédit Hey Hey What Can I Do. Also, in a way I'm sad that Hela died because I think their triple sibling hijinx could be incredibly fun to watch. I think I saw Thor 2 twice in the theater. He seems like the kind of character who'd be an ultra groan-worthy jar jar binks type character in any other movie but all his appearances and his whole gentle giant endealment was just perfect, I kept being pleasantly surprised every time he showed up. ...oh my gosh that's SUCH a great point, YES, I absolutely felt like it was being a lot truer and more attentive to its mythological sources than the other movies, but I hadn't really pinpointed out, and that is SUCH a great articulation of that feeling. And ohhh, I mean, clearly the solution to Hela was to stop her at any cost, but I too am sad that she couldn't have stuck around for sibling shenanigans! And then I looked on IMDB to find out what the grandmaster's assistant's name is (Topaz!) Yes!! [immigrant song yell] GOOD MORNING, I HAVE SEEN RAGNAROK, and I have some thoughts. I would love to see them in a different way. *whispers* come ship Thor/Loki with meeeee, *rolls around delightedly in all your thoughts and feelings*. OH AND ALSO, in things I ran out of time to put in my original comment - I was going to say how much I loved Korg, like, unexpectedly. Like, fuck, Hela legitimately murdered Volstagg and Fandral in one hit apiece, and Hogun did have a good last stand, but none of them lived to join Heimdall's resistance?!