Thor Quotes: Thunderous Marvel Outing!(Total Quotes: 97)
Directed by: Kenneth Branagh
Ashley Miller (screenplay)
Zack Stentz (screenplay)
J. Michael Straczynski (story)
Mark Protosevich (story)
Stan Lee (comic book)
Larry Lieber (comic book)
Jack Kirby (comic book)
Chris Hemsworth – Thor
Natalie Portman – Jane Foster
Tom Hiddleston – Loki
Anthony Hopkins – Odin
Stellan Skarsgård – Erik Selvig
Kat Dennings – Darcy Lewis
Clark Gregg – Agent Coulson
Idris Elba – Heimdall
Colm Feore – King Laufey
Ray Stevenson – Volstagg
Tadanobu Asano – Hogun
Josh Dallas – Fandral
Jaimie Alexander – Sif
Rene Russo – Frigga
Dakota Goyo – Young Thor
Ted Allpress – Young Loki
OUR REVIEW & RATING ★★★☆☆
Thor quotes are just thunderous enough to be pleasantly enjoyable. As expected the plotting is predictable and the script could do more character building, however, despite these minor flaws this comic-book adaptation will not disappoint as the scope of the movie is large enough to please the genre fans and also it has touches of light humor that will make it a mainstream hit.
Jane Foster: Wait for it.
Darcy Lewis: Can I turn on the radio?
Jane Foster: No!
Erik Selvig: Jane, you can’t keep doing this.
Jane Foster: The last seventeen occurrences had been predictable to this second!
[she checks through her notebook]
Erik Selvig: Jane, you’re an astrophysicist, not some storm chaser!
Jane Foster: I’m telling you, there’s a connection between these atmosphere disturbances and my research. Eric, I…I wouldn’t ask you to fly out here if I wasn’t absolutely sure.
Darcy Lewis: Jane, I think you wanna see this.
[Jane looks at the sky to see an amazing ray of light shining through the dark clouds]
Jane Foster: What is that?
[going onto the roof of their vehicle to get a clearer look]
Jane Foster: God!
Erik Selvig: I thought you said it was a subtle aurora!
Jane Foster: Go!
[Darcy suddenly starts the car and speeds towards the light]
[to the body that’s just dropped to the ground from the sky]
Jane Foster: Do me a favor and don’t be dead! Please!
[looking up at the sky]
Jane Foster: Where did he come from?
Odin: [voice over] Once mankind accepted a simple truth; that they were not alone in this universe. Some worlds man believed home to their Gods. Others they knew to fear. From around the cold and darkness came the Frost Giants. Threatening to plunge the mortal world into a new ice age. But humanity would not face this threat alone.
Odin: [voice over] Our armies drove the Frost Giants back into the heart of their own world. The cost was great. In the end, their king fell. And the source of their power was taken from them. With the last great war ended, we withdrew from the other worlds and returned home at the realm eternal, Asgard.
Odin: [voice over] And here we remain as the beacon of hope. Shining out across the stars. And though we have fallen into man’s myths and legends, it was Asgard and its warriors that brought peace to the universe.
Odin: But the day will come when one of you will have to defend that peace.
Young Loki: Do the Frost Giants still live?
Young Thor: When I’m king, I’ll hunt the monsters down and slay them all! Just as you did, father.
Odin: A wise king, never seeks out war. But…he must always be ready for it.
[he walks away and the boys run to catch up with him]
Young Thor: I’m ready, father.
Young Loki: So am I!
Odin: Only one of you can ascend to the throne. But both of you were born to be kings!
[at Thor’s coronation]
Odin: Thor Odinson, my heir, my first born. So long entrusted with the mighty hammer, Mjolnir, forged in the heart of a dying star. Its power has no equal! It’s a weapon to destroy or as a tool to build. It is a fit companion for a king. I have defended Asgard, and the lives of the innocent across my realms in the time of the great beginning.
[during Thor’s coronation]
Odin: Do you swear to guard the nine realms?
Thor: I swear.
Odin: And do you swear to preserve the peace?
Thor: I swear.
Odin: Do you swear to cast aside your selfish ambition and to pledge yourself only to the good of the realms?
Thor: I swear!
Odin: And on this day, I Odin, All-Father, will proclaim you…
[after funding out the Frost Giants have broken into their weapons vault]
Thor: The Jotuns must pay for what they’ve done!
Odin: They have paid. With their lives. To destroy it at its work, casket is safe and all is well.
Thor: All is well? They broke into the weapons vault! If the Frost Giants have stolen even one of these relics…
Odin: They didn’t!
Thor: Well I want to know why?
Odin: I have a truce with Laufey, King of the Jotun.
Thor: He just broke your truce! They know you are vulnerable.
Odin: What action would you take?
Thor: March into Jotunheim as you once did. Teach them a lesson. Break their spirits so they’ll never dare to cross our borders again.
Odin: You’re thinking only as a warrior.
Thor: Well, this was an act of war!
Odin: It was the act of but a few, doomed to fail.
Thor: Look at how far they got!
Odin: We will find the breach in our defenses and it will be sealed.
Thor: As King of Asgard…
Odin: But you’re not King! Not yet.
Thor: It’s unwise to be in my company now, brother. This was to be my day of triumph.
Loki: It’ll come. In time.
Loki: If it’s any consolation, I think you’re right. About the Frost Giants, about Laufey, about everything. If they found a way to penetrate Asgard’s defenses once, who’s to say they won’t try again. Next time with an army.
Loki: There’s nothing you can do without defying father.
Thor: Thor gives a Loki knowing look
Loki: No! No, no, no, no, no! I know that look!
Thor: It’s the only way to ensure the safety of our borders!
Loki: Thor, it’s madness!
Volstagg: Madness? What sort of madness?
Thor: We’re going to Jotunheim.
Fandral: What? This isn’t like a journey to earth, where you summon a little lightning and thunder, the mortals worship you as a God! This is Jotunheim.
Thor: My father fought his way into Jotunheim. Defeated their armies and took their casket! We would just be looking for answers.
Sif: It is forbidden!
Thor: My friends, have you forgotten all that we have done together? Fandral, Hogun, who led you into the most glorious battles?
Hogun: You did.
Thor: And Volstagg, to delicacies so succulent you thought you’d died and gone to Valhalla?
Volstagg: You did.
Thor: Yes! And who proved wrong all who scoffed at the idea that a young maiden could be one of the fiercest warriors this realm has ever known?
Sif: I did!
Thor: True, but I supported you, Sif.
[he turns to look at all of the]
Thor: My friends, we’re going to Jotunheim.
Loki: Good Heimdall?
Heimdall: You’re not dressed warmly enough. Do you think that you can deceive me?
Loki: You must be mistaken…
Thor: Enough! Heimdall, may we pass?
Heimdall: Never has an enemy slipped my watch until this day. I wish to know how that happened?
Thor: Then tell no one where we have gone until we’ve returned. Understand?
[Thor walks passed Heimdall, the others follow behind and Volstagg turns to Loki]
Volstagg: What happened? Silver tongue turned to lead?
[the others laugh]
Heimdall: Be warned. I will honor my sworn oath to protect this realm as its gatekeeper. If you return threatens the safety of Asgard by Frost, will remain closed to you. And you’ll be left to die in the cold waste of Jotunheim.
Volstagg: Couldn’t you just leave the bridge open for us?
Heimdall: To leave the bridge open would unleash the full power of the Bifrost and destroy Jotunheim, and with you upon it.
Thor: I have no plans to die today.
Heimdall: None do.
[Heimdall sends them to Jotunheim]
[as they enter Jotunheim]
King Laufey: You have come a long way to die, Asgardians?
Thor: I am Thor Odinson.
King Laufey: We know who you are.
Thor: How did your people get into Asgard?
King Laufey: The house of Odin is full of traitors.
Thor: Do not dishonor my father’s name with your lies!
King Laufey: Your father is a murderer and a thief! And why have you come here? To make peace? You long for battle. You crave it! You’re nothing but a boy trying to prove himself a man.
Thor: Well this boy has grown tired of your mockery.
Loki: Thor, stop and think! Look around you. We’re out numbered!
Thor: Know your place, brother!
King Laufey: You know not what your actions would unleash. I do. Go, now! While I still allow it.
[he comes walks closer to Thor and Loki]
Loki: We will accept, you’re most gracious offer.
[Thor looks at Laufey, reluctant to leave]
Loki: Come on, brother!
[as Thor reluctantly turns to leave the Frost Giant]
Frost Giant Sentry: [mocking] Run back home, little princess.
[Thor’s hammer extends and he hits the Frost Giant with it and their battle begins]
[just as the Frost Giants have cornered Thor and his friends Odin appears]
Thor: Father! Let’s finish them together!
[King Laufey suddenly extends in front of Odin]
King Laufey: All-Father. You look weary.
Odin: Laufey, end this now.
King Laufey: Your boy sought this out.
Odin: You’re right. These are the actions of a boy. Treat them as such. You and I can end this, here and no. Before there’s further bloodshed.
King Laufey: We are beyond diplomacy now, All-Father. He’ll get what he came for. War and death.
Odin: So be it.
[Laufey’s icy armor extends and he hits Odin off his horse]
Thor: Why did you bring us back?
Odin: Do you realize what you’ve done? What you’ve started?
Thor: I was protecting my home!
Odin: You cannot even protect your friends! How can you hope to protect a kingdom?
Thor: There won’t be a kingdom to protect if we are afraid to act! The Jotuns must learn to fear me! Just as they once feared you.
Odin: That’s pride and vanity talking, not leadership. You’ve forgotten everything I taught you! About a warriors patience.
Thor: While you wait and be patient, the nine realms laugh at us! The old ways are done! You’d stand giving speeches while Asgard falls!
Odin: [shouting] You are a vain, greedy, cruel boy!
Thor: [shouting] And you are an old man and a fool!
Odin: Yes, I was a fool. To think you were ready.
[shouts at Loki]
Odin: Thor Odinson, you have betrayed the express command of your King. Through your arrogance and stupidity, you have opened these peaceful realms and innocent lives to the horror and desolation of war!
[he steps forward to stand in front of Thor]
Odin: You are unworthy of these realms! You are unworthy of your title!
[he strips him of his medals and cape]
Odin: You’re unworthy…of the loved ones you have betrayed.
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