|Song: A Lady's Review of Thor 2|
|Artist: Hope of All Trades|
|Album: Two True Freaks|
|Played: 10 times.|
In this episode of Hope of All Trades, we tackle Thor 2. Angel from my Iron Man 3 episode makes a return. We talk about Thor 2, the Agents of Shield crossover episode, the upcoming movie Captain America: the Winter Soldier, and much more! You can follow along with our points below. Thanks for listening!
What did we think of it by itself and compared to Thor
This is a beautiful movie
Hemsworth as Thor this time around
Norse afterlife vs Christian afterlife
Loki stole the show
Thor and Loki’s relationship
Loki and Frigga’s relationship
Warriors Three and Lady Sif
Thor and Jane vs. Thor and Sif
Does Jane even have a story for future Thor films?
Hogun was shanked in this movie!
Josh Dallas Fandral vs. Zach Levi Fandral
Christopher Eccleston as Malekith
What was Malekith’s motive in the beginning?
It really bothers us when movies and television don’t include everything left on the cutting room floor in DVDs
Malekith compared to other villains in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Character wise, Loki is a better portrayed villain than Malekith
The big fight scene at the end was fun!
Frigga could have killed Malekith on her own
When are the Avengers going to find out that Coulson’s alive?
The after credit scenes aren’t teasers for future movies like in phase one. The mid-credit scenes are, but we miss that with the after credit ones too.
Guardians of the Galaxy sneak peak: Is the Aether an Infinity Stone in a way?
Selvig being a bit crazy was hilarious. We wonder if Clint Barton will have the same problem too
The best cameo in Marvel movie history, and it’s not Stan Lee (though his was great too!)
The Odin plot hole
Agents of SHIELD crossover episode “The Well”
We would love to see a main Avenger cameo on Agents of SHIELD
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
The future of Thor in the franchise
The ending song is “Flawed Design” by Stabilo which is my go to Loki song
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