posted on Apr, 27 2012 @ 08:23 PM
Having just watched this today in 3D with all the cinematic effects I must say it was an amazingly absorbing movie. Everyone that is talking about
this movie on FB don't have a bad word to say about it.. In fact it is one the very few movies of it's genre to live up to the hype and expectation.
That being said I felt the use of referring to brothers Loki and Thor as Gods throughout the movie was subtle but still easily digestible by the
What struck me after getting back home and reflecting was the part of the movie that got the biggest reaction by a long shot. It was one of them
moments that just draw you in.
Towards the back end of the movie Loki is speaking to the Hulk and says "you can't do this, you cant win, we're gods!" or something to that extent
at which point the Hulk just grabs him and bashes him from side to side in an almost comical but also quite sinister way.
Comical in as much as it garnered the strongest combined audience laugh of the whole movie.
The point where the words "we're your gods" was taken and used as a platform to obliterate and destroy and make void of any compassion the idea
that gods are in fact to be taken serious and that it was ok to just beat up on the idea of gods or god.
Not saying there is or there isnt, its not really a religious rant but more a deep observation. It is something i felt intrinsically like a knowing
that the audience bought it hook line and sinker.. and their psyches were conditioned to laugh at gods being tossed from side to side humiliatingly.
My point is that it will be the most memorable part for many people in a movie which is set to get many plaudits on its side.
I guess vigilantecitizen will do a much better dissection of the movie at some point but i feel its an important thing to consider.
Make the people apathetic and indifferent towards God and Religion?