Thor: The Dark World – Quotes
Narrator: Long before the birth of light, there was darkness.
[The Aether’s] power is too great [to destroy it]… Bury it deep so no one will ever find it.
Odin: We’re not gods—we’re born; we live; we die—just like people do.
Odin: Your birth right was to die, as a child, cast out on a frozen rock.
Thor: Hello. I accept your surrender. [Blasts him to pieces.] Anyone else?
Soldier: Perhaps next time we should start with the big one.
Odin: You must think I’m a piece of bread that needs to be buttered so heavily.
Odin: Human lives are fleeting. They’re nothing. You’d be better served by what lies in front of you.
Odin: There are 9 realms. Good kings of Asgard must focus on more than one.
Jane to Darcy: Is there a point to this? Because there really needs to be a point to all this.
Darcy after Jane bangs the equipment: That’s what I did! I kind of expected you to do something a little more scientific.
Darcy: An astro-physicist should know how to change her own ring tone.
Darcy: I’m not getting stabbed in the name of science.
Darcy, after the kids get a semi to spin in mid air: That doesn’t seem right.
Darcy: I wanna throw something. Jane, give me your shoe.
Jane to Thor: As excuses go, it’s not…terrible.
Darcy: Look at you! Still all muscly and everything.
Jane: You told your Dad about me?
Frigga: A good king admits his faults.
Frigga to Loki: You’re always so perceptive about everyone but yourself.
It’s as if they resent being in prison.
Odin: Despite all I have survived, my queen still worries over me.
Frigga: It is because I have worried over you that you have survived.
Loki: You must be truly desperate to come to me for help.
If you even think about betraying him…
Loki: You’ll kill me? Evidently there will be a line.
Are you sure you wouldn’t rather punch your way out?
Loki: Well done! You just decapitated your grandfather.
Thor: Thank you for your commentary. It’s not distracting at all.
Loki: If it was easy, everyone would do it.
Thor: [Mom] wouldn’t want us to fight.
Loki: Well, she wouldn’t exactly be shocked.
Thor: I wish I could trust you.
Loki: Trust my rage.
Darcy: Why are you smiling?
Selvig: There’s nothing more reassuring than realizing the world’s crazier than you are.
Loki: You still don’t trust me, brother?
Thor: Would you?
Loki: No. I wouldn’t.
Loki: All I ever wanted was you and Odin to kneel at my feet.
Selvig: Your brother is not coming, is he?
Thor: Loki is dead.
Selvig: Oh, thank God! … Sorry.
Darcy: Do you even know what these things do?
Darcy: Neither do I.
Darcy: He’s gonna come back. Except, last time it was 2 years.
Jane: It’s only been two days!
Thor: I’d rather be a good man than a great king.
Odin: I have one son who wanted the throne too much, and one who wants it too little. Is this to be my legacy?
Thor: Loki died with honor. I shall try to live the same.