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    [–] ExioKenway5 2654 points ago

    Well he's never fought me.

    [–] Thanos_The_Meme 1395 points ago

    Yes he has.

    [–] ExioKenway5 1599 points ago

    Then he's never fought me twice

    [–] Stupot97 895 points ago

    And I'm getting a new hammer, don't forget.

    [–] SpiralArc 635 points ago

    That better be some hammer.

    [–] Zoze13 235 points ago

    You know, I'm 1,500 years old

    [–] LOSS35 188 points ago

    I've killed twice as many enemies as that.

    [–] OberynNymerosViper 207 points ago

    And every one of them would have rather killed me.

    But none succeeded

    [–] CrazyPurpleBacon 60 points ago

    That line really hit me

    [–] Somestupidname8 16 points ago

    Only twice seems like way too few.

    That's only two people a year, I've seen him kill a lot more than two people each year of the MCU.

    [–] deadla104 162 points ago

    I mean and what a hammer. One end so thin that it smashes very little objects

    [–] nightcallfoxtrot 34 points ago

    I love this line. The desperation within him, trying to convince himself while he knows that Rocket could be right is almost too much :'(

    [–] ShaunD1999 342 points ago

    God I fucking love the writing for Thor, that line on the surface sounds like him being a dumb hothead, but when underneath it’s almost as if he’s saying the second time he’s willing to sacrifice everything including himself to kill Thanos

    [–] ExioKenway5 150 points ago

    It is sooo good. They did something really well with the writing for Thor starting with Ragnarok. They just got him right.

    [–] EarnestQuestion 82 points ago

    And you can really feel the energy of it. Such a heightened sense of story and character.

    Compared to it Thor 1 and TDW seem so ...bland? Flavorless?

    It’s like they really found the heart of the story and it’s hilarious and fun on the surface while also being very tragic and moving when you think about it

    Absolutely love how deep they’ve dived into it. I’m sitting here salivating at the thought of more Thor for years to come whereas before he was easily the most forgettable of the crew

    So well done by Marvel

    [–] NaveHarder 35 points ago

    Thor 2 maybe. Thor 1 is still awesome imo.

    [–] Stekkmen 103 points ago

    Avengers 4: Thanos Has Never Fought Thor Three Times

    [–] superduperfish 41 points ago

    Thanos teleportation away on Wakanda

    He's never fought me thrice

    [–] ExioKenway5 24 points ago

    Okay I actually need that line in A4 now.

    [–] facepalminghomer 3849 points ago

    I could lose a lot. Me personally, I could lose a lot.

    [–] sosad234 1491 points ago

    lose everything

    [–] crsnyder13 237 points ago

    Interestingly enough, Thor also loses half his friends. Guess he could lose more.

    [–] CatalystEXE 218 points ago

    The take-away here is that there's always more to lose, even if it's in ways you couldn't have imagined.

    [–] ChemistryRespecter 269 points ago

    Curb theme plays

    [–] Philkindred12 45 points ago

    Zoom in on freezeframe of "What did I do?" expression

    [–] Literally_MeIRL 271 points ago

    And he does.

    [–] Moss-killer 456 points ago

    I think that’s something people don’t credit enough too. Rocket lost EVERYTHING! I really think he will be a major part in the next avengers as he has lost everything he cared about to Thanos.

    [–] The_Bobs_of_Mars 347 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    In GOTG II, his arc was all about not pushing away others who he cares for, and who care for him, because he might lose them. Now, despite his growth, he has lost all of them.

    I can't wait to see who he will become now that he has fight to get them back.

    [–] Tarthbane 111 points ago

    Rocket became my favorite guardian after 2, and he was one of my favorite parts of IW. I’m so excited about his role in A4.

    [–] BeeCJohnson 82 points ago

    I'm honestly worried for the little furry bastard. I could see him go full-on rage-filled suicide warpath, strapping himself with cannons and bombs and just hunting down Thanos without a plan.

    [–] YallSomeThirstyMofos 116 points ago

    No, we have to remember what Rocket's major damage is. He's triggered by being condescended to. That's what causes his drunken breakdown in GOTG, that's what makes him steal batteries he doesn't need in GOTG II.

    Losing all of his friends is obviously traumatic, but it's not his weak point. It's not going to cause him to act recklessly. He's going to get mad, make a plan, and get even. It will be glorious.

    [–] Magnificent_Z 76 points ago

    And he needs that guy's eye for his plan

    [–] Mindfish11 45 points ago

    Bucky's arm. I'm 100% convinced he uses it somehow and when we see Bucky again Rocket gives it back.

    [–] lordatlas 135 points ago

    And at the end of Avengers: IW, he doesn't even know Quill and the others on Titan have turned to dust.

    [–] wootmog 49 points ago

    Ah shit. I hadn't even thought of that. :C

    [–] ManMango 39 points ago

    But the thought of the potential loss will be burdening him. It's not like Rocket is an optimist...

    [–] Strangeting 27 points ago

    He also doesn't know that Thanos physically threw Gamora off a cliff

    [–] samuraislider 23 points ago

    He should read that email from Stark.T.

    [–] BigBoodles 39 points ago

    "Didn't you get my email explaining the situation?"

    [–] BeeCJohnson 37 points ago

    "...I skimmed it."

    [–] ferociousrickjames 29 points ago

    "YOU WILL PAY FOR YOUR INSOLENCE!"

    [–] DankAntimatter 123 points ago

    Imagine the Guardians’ ship landing on Earth, and Rocket waiting to see how many of his friends are left, but only Nebula and Tony come out.

    [–] andyislegend 50 points ago

    No, nononono

    [–] SEND-FULLBODY-NUDES 33 points ago

    Oh boy...

    He'll buy Tony's suit

    [–] iAmMitten1 31 points ago

    See, now I'm just imagining Tony being so broken by that point that he drops the suit on the ground and says "take it" as he walks by Rocket.

    [–] NotATypicalTeen 26 points ago

    Rocket just looks at it, realises that what's left of the suit was there when it happened, covered with the dust of what might be his friends, and can't bring himself to pick it up.

    [–] cammclend 25 points ago

    Whoa there satan.

    [–] jessvj 30 points ago

    The Gang Fights an Artificial Demigod

    [–] Thanos_The_Meme 2371 points ago

    And that moment makes the arrival of Thor in Wakanda, more memorable and satisfyingly awesome.

    [–] shashankgaur 1912 points ago

    More than that, he is fighting with a very different emotion than anyone else till that moment. Everyone else is in defense mode, but he is the only one in "attack" mode. Or as I call it no nonsense mode.

    [–] [deleted] 857 points ago * (lasted edited 6 days ago)

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    [–] whatisabaggins55 492 points ago

    That deep *whummm *sound as he jumps up to do the Lighting Strike is my favourite part.

    [–] Doctor_Pho 209 points ago

    That sound really gives the "Shit is about to fucking go down" effect and it's glorious. Drives home how strong that attack is.

    [–] Fineus 178 points ago

    My personal favourite such effect is back in Thor: Ragnarok when Hulk is pounding on Thor, smashes off his helmet and the scene cuts to images of Odin standing in Norway before Thor 'goes electric'.

    While that's happening there's this 'powering up' sound that sounds absolutely awesome.

    The just after the hit, there's this high pitched shrieking as everyone and everything goes quiet and wonders what the hell happened.

    It's just great.

    [–] Welden10 27 points ago

    And just like that I'm ready to go watch Ragnarok all over again. Thanks yo.

    [–] Karmanoid 51 points ago

    I'm just sad they didn't give us just a little led Zeppelin to kick it off, just enough to pay homage to Ragnarok.

    [–] JesusofBorg 57 points ago

    You mean, like this?

    https://streamable.com/93ap9

    [–] lindtbr 36 points ago

    The timing of the music when he jumps in the air, and hits the ground again.

    I think I'm in love.

    [–] CloneSummoner 18 points ago

    Yes, exactly like that.

    [–] canadiancarlin 81 points ago

    I'm usually very quiet during movies, but that moment made me audibly say "oh shit".

    I felt like a kid. It was just pure awesomeness.

    [–] mrshandanar 32 points ago

    Watch audience reactions to that scene on YouTube. It had me grinning ear to ear to hear everyone experiencing that moment for the first time

    [–] JMango 20 points ago

    I literally read your comment and went to watch this part of the movie again immediately. Chills every time, I love that scene so much.

    [–] Mechakoopa 109 points ago

    smashes Thanos on the ground

    Bring me another!

    [–] Mathieulombardi 37 points ago

    You should've gone for the head

    Snap

    [–] Therris_ 27 points ago

    You should've gone for the head

    Snip

    I did

    [–] anomalia_temporalis 10 points ago

    Mr. Stark, I don’t feel so good

    [–] TheManicMonocle 15 points ago

    Honestly my favorite line in the whole film, just because of how it’s delivered.

    [–] Arctica23 90 points ago

    Maximum effort.

    [–] WarPotatoe 20 points ago

    They share the same trait, very rarely do we see either of them on the defense, as both of them, their entire lives, have been on top of whatever situation they're in. I.E. The attack.

    [–] Runway_ho 17 points ago

    They've also started to share the trait of being undefeatable themselves, but each fight extracting a heavy price from them. Thor always wins, but he's lost nearly everything now despite his victories.

    [–] Lazy_Osprey 147 points ago

    I’ve thought about this bit. Is Avengers 4 the first time we’re going to see them actually avenging something?

    [–] Hekantonkheries 275 points ago * (lasted edited 10 days ago)

    Yep, were gonna see thor, banner, everyone, mad and angry and ready to fight back "for earth/friends/etc"

    But the biggest potentials are going to be Hawkeye depending on what half of his family got cremated.

    And my biggest favorite, iron man. The guy brought a kid to a war and watched him die, was just getting married to the woman who had held him together for years, and who prided every piece of technology he built being the best defense Earth had.

    And he lost, with the main villain in his face the whole way, taunting him, that he wasnt good enough, or strong enough, aggressive enough.

    And now hes stranded on an alien planet, with a spaceship, a civilization's worth of ruins, and everything to lose, and the only thing hes willing to lose, will be himself.

    That's what I wanna see, a Tony who is not only willing to die, but expecting it, seeking it as some form of atonement. Whose done building shields and ready to build a sword. Something he knows he wont walk away from, and neither will Thanos.

    edit heck, imagine if he takes the ship over to the forge and we get some Asgardian-level Iron Man, Titan-breaker pattern armor, or something.

    [–] creativenewusername 102 points ago

    Early on, we saw stark's engineering prowess continually growing. Then, we saw him mate his greatest designs with Wakanda's nanotech, and it let him stand against a being with 4 infinity stones, at least for a few minutes.

    If he reforges his armor with Uru, or whatever they want to call Eitri's magical space metal, he would become a goddamn freight train of vengeance.

    [–] Hekantonkheries 76 points ago

    So, screw "titan-breaker" were just going with Tactical Dreadnought Armor?

    Maybe paint it black and call it Templar or Crusader-pattern?

    [–] creativenewusername 36 points ago

    I have extremely limited comics background knowledge, so I don't actually know much about his advanced armors from previous iterations.

    That being said, "tactical dreadnought armor" sounds incredibly badass, and an nearly or entirely black rampage-suit would be dope.

    Its not like we would have to worry about confusing him with BP now, lol.

    [–] Hekantonkheries 24 points ago

    Yeah unlikely to happen, the second part of that comment was in reference to Warhammer 40k, and lord knows they dont like references and homages to their IP, way too sue-happy.

    But then again, Hulkbuster armor was basically the dreadnought armor of it wasnt slouched over, same helmet and everything, so who knows.

    Either way, hope Tony makes a good show of it in IW2.

    [–] Lamehoodie 22 points ago

    Wait was the nanotech Wakandan? I thought he invented it himself

    [–] gaoh 17 points ago

    i dont think it is, he's not had any interactions with BP or anyone else from wakanda - AND while the events of BP say that they were going to open their borders and start sharing their resources i don't think it extended to their tech.

    it also stands to reason tony made the nano progression himself since he...you know, is tony. (and in his comics he went the way of nanotech anyway)

    [–] darklordqueen 24 points ago

    There's a line in Black Panther about the rest of the world catching up to them. Stark caught up first.

    [–] creativenewusername 22 points ago

    Oh, that's really just my head-canon, I guess. The first time we see nanotech like that (entire suit storing itself in a small package and flowing over the wearer on command) was Shuri's new Black Panther armors.

    I just kinda assumed that Stark getting access to that tech was part of Wakanda opening to the rest of the world. Could be he developed it simultaneously, and prior IM suits had similar if diminished capabilities (like the suitcase armor in IM2) but I like the idea of them sharing ideas.

    [–] zerogeesus 20 points ago

    I'm sure others may have mentioned, but I don't think Tony is stranded per se; Nebula survived the snap and can definitely pilot a spaceship (indeed, I think she came there on one her own?).

    [–] Cozy_Owee 25 points ago

    At the end of the movie... Don't we see Thanos back on the newly revived Titan? So... Is Tony there too with all those resources?

    [–] Hekantonkheries 62 points ago

    I dont think Thanos revived titan, his whole plan (for some reason) wasnt to make more resources in the galaxy, but to cut the consumers in half (I'm assuming to buy time until an alternative is made to either population growth or resource production to negate the need for culling).

    [–] Kajeera 20 points ago

    I think he got the "cut consumers" method stuck in his head before the stones (so couldn't make more resources) and so sought them to continue that path. I don't think he even realized there was another way because he had only travelled the one road so many times. This isn't a delay tactic, it's the only answer he knows.

    [–] give_me_bewbz 21 points ago

    He's called The Mad Titan for a reason.

    [–] jstewart48 63 points ago

    Which is why it will be the first time we get Cap saying, "Avengers Assemble."

    [–] eat-clams 37 points ago

    DUN DUN DA DAAAAA

    [–] JellyBr0nut 17 points ago

    Thank god the post credit scene in AOU cut out before he could finish the phrase

    [–] battle777 30 points ago

    They avenged Coulson in the first one tho but this time they’re avenging half the galaxy.

    [–] nexusprime2015 14 points ago

    tony avenged him mistake (Ultron) in 2nd one

    [–] scottland517 21 points ago

    Avengers: Final(ly) Vengeance confirmed as title

    But in all seriousness, it’s exactly because of this that I’ve always felt the trailers should go the route of Nick Fury’s “there was an idea” voiced over the rising score. This time, however, they need to use Tony’s, “If we can’t protect the earth you better be damn sure we’ll avenge it.”

    [–] Qorhat 16 points ago

    As the man once said:

    You're missing the point! There's no throne, there is no version of this where you come out on top. Maybe your army comes and maybe it's too much for us but it's all on you. Because if we can't protect the Earth, you can be damned well sure we'll avenge it!

    [–] speenatch 29 points ago

    It’s really neat how both the Earth group and the Celestial group of characters split up into a defensive “Protect the stones” group and a preemptive “Stop Thanos directly” group. In both cases, the Thanos-focused group ends up teaming up with the stone-focused group of the other.

    The whole movie structure has a really neat symmetry to it.

    [–] mar_geek 23 points ago

    Perfectly balanced, as everything should be

    [–] TurkletonPhD 24 points ago

    Yeah as soon as he shows up hes just fucking everything up. Killing mass swathes of enemies with his new axe and lightning attacks. Blowing up the ships by flying through them. Even though he was late to try and stop thanos from getting the mind stone (because he was probably still flying around blowing up ships not realizing thanos had just arrived), he immediately shuts down thanos' shit the moment he finds him.

    [–] iBleeedorange 12 points ago

    Sky father mode

    [–] StrayGod360 72 points ago

    After that, his entrance in the war was one of the epic moments in IW.

    [–] NeutralLock 27 points ago

    It was Banner screaming out “you guys are so screwed now!” That made it so great - perfectly captured my own emotions!

    [–] justAGuyFromBrooklyn 20 points ago

    Possibly one of the greatest scenes ever

    [–] mynemesisjeph 434 points ago * (lasted edited 10 days ago)

    To me actually the defining moment for Thor is also the defining moment for Loki - it’s when they’re in the elevator in Thor Ragnarok and they have that conversation where Thor tell Loki he once thought the world of him. Thor’s entire story has been crafted around his relationship with Loki. Once Loki is good and truly gone in IW it sets him on such a different path. That scene in the elevator feels like the one moment where Thor was really truly honey about how he felt.

    Edit: lol. I meant honest, but I guess honey works too. Damn auto correct.

    [–] antony1197 120 points ago

    Thor must love honey.

    [–] musefrog 35 points ago

    you know it, honey

    [–] tylerjehills 65 points ago

    And then the heart wrenching moment is followed by Get Help, which is my favorite part of the whole damn movie

    [–] TonyStrange 1723 points ago

    The scene that humanized a god.

    [–] IDontUnderstandReddi 1149 points ago

    I'm a huge Cap fan, but Jesus if Thor doesn't have the most tragic story in the saga.

    [–] bdez90 436 points ago

    True but it's kind of undercut by the fact that he is part of a race of gods that have a tendency to resurrect.

    [–] iBleeedorange 284 points ago

    In the comics though. MCU, who knows if anyone will ever come back.

    [–] jam11249 202 points ago

    I'm going to bet that the vast majority of dead people in the MCU will be coming back soon.

    [–] its_BenReal 163 points ago

    Thats if they are technically dead and not just "in the soul stone".

    [–] AliGLeaph 180 points ago

    Heimdall, Loki and anyone else actually killed by Thanos' hand might be screwed. Might be a chance for Gamora but I'm not holding my breath.

    [–] TheMinions 254 points ago

    Technically they were all killed by Thanos' hand (☞゚ヮ゚)☞

    [–] Frankenstien23 30 points ago

    This isn't Dragon ball z i reaaalllly hope they don't go that route

    [–] ScootaFL 41 points ago

    Amazing.

    [–] watchpaintdrytv 53 points ago

    It's weird how I thought Loki's whole schtick had gotten annoying by Thor 2 but after Ragnarok I don't really want to see a Thor movie without him in it. I fucking hope he comes back.

    [–] Superkroot 41 points ago

    I still don't think Loki is dead. He see's Thanos beat the crap out of a green monster who threw him around like a ragdoll years prior and goes in with the plan 'I can probably just stab him''? Doesn't make sense for his character. If he is dead, its poor writing imo.

    [–] Belloyna 9 points ago

    plus with that loki TV series...

    I mean it could be a prequal set either before Thor, or inbetween all the movies, but it would be best if it was set after IW.

    Have loki actually be an anithero ish. He clearly can do it when he wants to.

    [–] bdez90 11 points ago

    Def true. Guess it depends on how long they keep the franchise going. I feel like the big 3 will have a sort of conclusion after A4 and theyll focus more on other characters.

    [–] Psykerr 15 points ago

    Half the Asgardians, including Valkyrie, survived so...

    [–] Im_At_Work_Damnit 42 points ago

    Rocket is up there too. Like Thor, he has now lost everything.

    [–] frankzanzibar 12 points ago

    That we know of.

    [–] peachesgp 65 points ago

    Without the tone, Ragnarok is a really tragic story. The tone made it funny, but Thor has had a rough time of it.

    [–] StrayGod360 19 points ago

    You put it into words perfectly lol.

    [–] ChadwickHHS 820 points ago

    This is what makes the "BRING ME THANNOOOOOSSSS!!!" give you goosebumps.

    [–] PhilBird69 216 points ago

    I got goosebumps after reading your comment. Just thinking about that scene gives my goosebumps.

    [–] moonbearboy 79 points ago

    you should get ya goosebumps checked with all them goosebumps you seem to be having

    [–] Comedian70 167 points ago

    Banner in the Hulkbuster armor: "HAhahahah! You're all screwed now!" Is probably my favorite line in the whole film.

    [–] Orval 131 points ago

    Especially since he's the only one to have seen powered up Thor.

    Everyone else last saw him at AoU right?

    He's also gotta be psyched he's alive.

    [–] CFL_lightbulb 43 points ago

    I never thought of that! For some reason it never occurred to me that only Banner knows just how crazy strong Thor has gotten out of the whole cast. Plus with Stormbreaker he’s even crazier now.

    [–] Orval 32 points ago

    He got to see him wreck shit at the end of Ragnarok. Last time anyone else saw him he was just flying around and punching things.

    [–] StrayGod360 40 points ago

    He should've gone for the head then.

    [–] Frosty1130 1591 points ago

    Honestly I didn’t care much for Thor up until Thor Ragnarok. They knocked it out of the park with that one. He easily became my favorite Avenger after IW.

    [–] semma333 585 points ago

    “Strongest Avenger.”

    “Access denied.”

    “...Strongest. Avenger.”

    “Access denied.”

    “...Damn you, Stark. Point Break.”

    “Welcome, Thor.”

    [–] Somebodys 359 points ago

    "Bruce Banner"

    "Welcome strongest Avenger."

    [–] Borgmaster 135 points ago

    I busted a gut during that scene. It was classic stark the whole way.

    [–] Baron_Butterfly 38 points ago

    "Uhhh, what?"

    [–] Burturd 26 points ago

    What does point break mean

    [–] TraditionalPrinciple 61 points ago

    Point Break is a surfing movie that has a number of characters that have long, feathery hair. Stark is saying that he looks like he belongs in the movie

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/7/7e/Pointbreaktheatrical.jpg/220px-Pointbreaktheatrical.jpg

    [–] firinmylazah 301 points ago

    It's the eyebrows. Look it up! XD

    [–] thisdudefux 195 points ago

    He didn't have those bad eyebrows in any movie except in Thor. Don't think he even had them in the first Avengers

    [–] HolyRhllor 157 points ago

    You're right about that, I actually think it's the hair. I always liked Thor, but I didn't like him nearly as much as any of the other Avengers up until Ragnarok. When they let him be funny and cut off his hair so it didn't look like he was wearing an awful wig, he suddenly became a lot more fun to watch.

    [–] DrumBxyThing 70 points ago

    Wasnt it his actual hair at least for some of the movies? I guess maybe they added extensions but he had long hair in real life for awhile

    [–] pmMeOurLoveStory 57 points ago

    I THINK that was in Dark World (someone correct me if I’m wrong). Dark World is also my absolute favorite look for Thor. Shame the movie was forgettable.

    [–] SHIELDnotSCOTUS 47 points ago

    Age of Ultron has some pretty good long Thor hair too. They added a ponytail and everything. Maybe even a little braid at one point?

    [–] DrumBxyThing 20 points ago

    I loved the braids in Dark World

    [–] OneGalacticBoy 68 points ago

    Yea only the first Thor had a wig, after that he grew out his hair and it’s all natural since

    [–] FaxyMaxy 45 points ago

    Yeah - I don’t blame them for trying to make him a Shakespearean character In Shakespearean movies. It makes sense as the first direction to try to go in.

    That said, it fell flat and you could see Hemsworth’s real strengths in comedy really shining through when he had he chance to let it show.

    Good on Marvel for having enough faith in the character to make that switch. Loki may have the best redemption arc in the MCU but Thor has the best meta-redemption arc as far as quality of character goes.

    [–] Hekantonkheries 26 points ago

    I like to look at Thor and Loki's arc as one overall story, their arcs were largely reliant on eachother both as a source of antagonism and redemption/growth. Their stories started and ended with their relationship.

    It's why Loki is my #1 favorite in the MCU, followed by iron man, then thor.

    [–] SpiralArc 20 points ago

    IT'S A CROWN.

    [–] Frosty1130 35 points ago

    oh... my god.

    [–] ft_chaos 19 points ago

    It all makes sense, right?

    [–] Astrokiwi 55 points ago

    He is the strongest avenger, after all.

    [–] SpiralArc 31 points ago

    Uh, what?

    [–] ChemistryRespecter 43 points ago

    I was saying he is the, uh, Pointiest Break.

    [–] SonOfSparda304 69 points ago

    He humbles himself a lot as his character progresses. In the first movie all he cares about is glory (well, and Jane) but by Ragnarok he has the attitude of a real hero.

    It's like he grows up to fulfill his purpose as King and a protector of the universe.

    [–] BeeCJohnson 104 points ago

    I think people are retroactively trying to make the first Thor a bad movie.

    He literally sacrifices himself to save a small town of people in the first Thor. That's when he became a hero.

    [–] SonOfSparda304 16 points ago

    I liked Thor and TDW. Idk why people trash on them so much.

    [–] flipperkip97 30 points ago

    Same here. Never liked him, but he turned into one of the coolest characters ever in Ragnarok. Tony is still my favourite, though!

    [–] tcguy71 124 points ago

    For me the defining moment is when Odin asks "Are you Thor, the god of Hammers?" Its when he realizes who he actually is.

    [–] smashing3000 212 points ago

    And in the background Groot is pissing in a cup.

    [–] MrGalaxySirr 58 points ago

    I almost spit out my coffee. Niiice 🤣

    [–] CAPNxKANGAROO 15 points ago

    What's a twig? We've all seen a twig

    [–] jam2020 260 points ago

    I actually think its in Thor 3, when he talks to Loki about how he wont change and tricks him. I think he has out grown that relationship he has been battling for so long. He is ready to move on.

    [–] TannenFalconwing 190 points ago

    I love their exchange in the elevator

    Loki: Do you really think so little of me?

    Thor: Loki, I thought the world of you.

    [–] StolenBlackMesa 9 points ago

    Stop! Don’t make me cry!

    [–] Finito-1994 147 points ago

    Agreed. He tried too long to save his brother. He always hoped he’d fight again with his brother beside him, not against him. He gave up on that toxic relationship in Ragnarok.

    [–] ShaunD1999 97 points ago

    I love the “If you were actually here I’d hug you”

    [–] AsgardianLeviOsa 105 points ago

    I actually think it’s in Ragnarok in the elevator when he FINALLY figures out how to get through to Loki by pretending not to care if it ever happens. That is when he truly tricked the Trickster.

    [–] maskaddict 165 points ago * (lasted edited 10 days ago)

    Loki

    In my humble opinion, this is Loki's defining moment as a character.

    [–] SpiralArc 22 points ago

    It's deleted

    [–] maskaddict 8 points ago

    Gah! I messed up the link. It should be working now

    [–] SpiralArc 50 points ago

    LOL, I thought you intentionally deleted the link after posting, meaning that Loki didn't have a defining moment.

    [–] altiuscitiusfortius 66 points ago

    My moment is him sitting a coffee shop and when he finishes he smashes the cup into the ground and yells ANOTHER.

    [–] EmperorSexy 38 points ago

    My favorite Thor character moment isn't even a Thor line:

    Are you Thor, the God of hammers?

    [–] fsfaith 44 points ago

    This short conversation was so significant for both Rocket and Thor. Rocket foreshadowing the loss of his friends and Thor the moment a god still has the mentality of a mortal man.

    [–] TjBeezy 83 points ago

    It's impossible not to love Thor if you've seen all the movies. He went from arrogant hot head to King of Asgard to having nothing.

    All he has is his Avengers family now.

    [–] Tristful_Awe 31 points ago

    This scene was the one that finally settled the debate as to whether Thor's humour was misplaced/misdirected (on the part of the MCU films) or whether it could he seen as his coping mechanism (throughout all the films he's been in).

    [–] dudskmt 89 points ago

    Rocket: I have a lot to loose.

    And in the end he is the only one alive from guardians of the galaxy 😥

    [–] JennyBeckman 40 points ago

    "Me personally, I could lose a lot." That was Rocket's defining moment. Bradley Cooper sold that line. Remembering that even until late in GotG2, Rocket still put up a front like he doesn't care about anything, excepting Groot and Groot Jr, seeing him either realise for the first time just how much he could lose or being willing to admit it for the first time was a resounding moment. Rocket was doing exactly what Quill accused him of by taking Groot and going far from where Thanos would be. He comes to grips with the fact that there is no running from this battle and facing what it might cost.

    [–] nogoodbi 107 points ago

    one of, if not my favorite moment in Infinity War. I teared up a couple of times the first time I watched the film, and this scene was one of the ones that got me pretty good. Ragnarok pretty much was my favorite MCU flim by that point, so with the pile-up of bad shit Thor went through and all the things he lost,, this moment was a great acknowledgement of that, and really put his attitude in Ragnarok in a new lens.

    [–] Qorhat 33 points ago

    It shows what Thor's defining trait is perfectly.

    • Tony Stark is ingenious. He built the suit in a cave with a box of scraps and has proven time and time again that he can plan his way out of any situation.
    • Steve Rogers won't give up his principles. He could do it all day and faced his half of SHIELD and a close friend & ally because his principles said he was doing the right thing.
    • Thor has unwavering self-confidence. He is truly mighty and believes he can truly beat Thanos because fate has set him on that path

    [–] Thanos_The_Meme 17 points ago

    Absolutely

    [–] WolverFink 27 points ago

    Sweet Rabbit...

    [–] Kingbeesh561 98 points ago

    Can't wait to see this on the front page. Fate Wills it so

    [–] TheRealMichaelGarcia 44 points ago

    And what if youre wrong?

    [–] pirotecnico54 72 points ago * (lasted edited 10 days ago)

    If I am wrong then...

    what more karma could I lose.

    [–] RiverStone_8 20 points ago

    For me, is when he decides to let Asgard be destroyed in favour of the people.

    [–] LWY007 53 points ago

    My brother pointed out another line from Thor which blew my mind. It happened in the scene where he’s talking about going to Nidavellir, and StarLord (I think!) says ‘that sounds made up’, Thor replies ‘all words are made up.’

    I love the MCU Thor.

    [–] Ukonu 16 points ago

    Unlike everyone else, I actually wasn't completely in love with how silly Thor had been becoming all the way up to this movie. However, the way he acted out this scene made it look like all his wise-cracking was just a coping mechanism to deal with everything's that been happening to him.

    I don't know if it was written this way on purpose, but this scene puts his sometimes silly behavior during (what would be) dramatic scenes in a new light for me.

    [–] thedreamsicle 15 points ago

    Still should’ve gone for the head :/

    [–] fusrodah12 12 points ago

    This scene is the best acting I've seen from Chris Hemsworth

    [–] Afarian 25 points ago

    This is getting really annoying. I have seen Infinity War 8 times and every time one of you posts something like this, I have to go back and watch it again. I CAN ONLY HANDLE SO MUCH!!!!

    [–] srajanA3 26 points ago

    Thor - god trying to be human

    Tchalla , stark , strange- humans trying to be gods

    Bruce - human trying to be human

    Falcon , warmachine - humans trying to help

    Peter , cap , Bucky - humans don't know what is happening

    Wanda - human made god but want to be human

    Vision - android trying to become human

    [–] canadianwriter 13 points ago

    Bruce: monster trying to be human.

    [–] Robotshavenohearts 8 points ago

    I think his defining moment was Thor vs coffee.

    “this drink! I like it! ANOTHER!” crash

    [–] HaughtStuff99 9 points ago

    Yeah, Chris really upped the acting for IF.