Here are the best "Thor: The Dark World" quotes, following the action in the Marvel superhero action film.
In "Thor: The Dark World," the action follows that which occurred in "The Avengers," The Nine Realms are in danger with a mysterious enemy, Malekith (Christopher Eccleston), out for revenge and seeking to send the universe into darkness. As not even Odin (Anthony Hopkins) or Asgard can begin to battle Malekith, that leaves their destiny in a very scary place.
Thor steps up to the task of taking down Malekith and saving the Nine Realms. He however cannot do it alone and must both find Jane Foster and bring her to Asgard and reunite with his nemesis brother Loki to battle together.
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Clearly the Best Pilot
Loki: "I think you missed a column."As Thor and Loki escape from Asgard, they bicker about who should be flying. Thor argues that of them two, he's the only one who can actually fly, but his decapitation of a status of his grandfather leaves that statement debatable.
Thor: "Shut up!"
Loki: "Look, why don't you let me take over? I'm clearly the best pilot."
Thor: "Is that right? Well out of the two of us, which one of us can actually fly? Not a word."
Loki: "Now they're following us. Now they're firing at us."
Thor: "Yes, thank you for the commentary, Loki. It's not at all distracting."
Loki: "Well done. You just decapitated your grandfather."Should this be higher or lower?
I Wish I Could Trust You
Loki: "After all this time, now you come to visit me, brother? Why? To mock?"Though they may be brothers, Thor and Loki clearly don't have a great relationship. So when Thor reunites with Loki to ask for his help, Loki agrees but isn't offering much more than that.
Thor: "I need your help. And I wish I could trust you."
Loki: "If you did, you'd be the fool I always took you for."Should this be higher or lower?
When Do We Start?
Loki: "You must be truly desperate to come to me for help."No one expected things to go well when Thor approached his estranged brother for help but few expected their conversation to include Thor talking about killing Loki and Loki being okay with that deal.
Thor: "You should know, when you betray me, I will kill you."
Loki: "When do we start?"Should this be higher or lower?
Known Only to One
Heimdall: "We face an enemy known only to a few."Heimdall talks about how obscure their enemy is in that it is known to only a select few. Thor disagrees, saying he is known only to one.
Thor: "Known only to one"Should this be higher or lower?