"Why have you done this?" "To prove to father that I am a worthy son! When he wakes, I will have saved his life, I will have destroyed that race of monsters, and I will be true heir to the throne!" "You can't kill an entire race!" "Why not? And what is this new found love for the Frost Giants? You could have killed them all with your bare hands!" "I have changed." "So have I. Now fight me!"
"Now there's that guy." "Another Asgardian?" "Think the guy's a friendly?" "Doesn't matter. If he frees Loki or kills him, the Tesseract's lost." "Stark, we need a plan of attack." "I have a plan: Attack."
"Where's the Tesseract?" "I missed you too." "Do I look to be in a gaming mood?" "Oh, you should thank me. With the Bifrost gone, how much dark energy did the All-Father have to muster to conjure you here? Your precious Earth." "I thought you dead." "Did you mourn?" "We all did. Our father..." "Your father. He did tell you my true parentage, did he not?" "We were raised together. We played together, we fought together. Do you remember none of that?" "I remember a shadows. living in the shade of your greatness. I remember you tossing me into an abyss. I who was and should be king!" "So you take the world I love as recompense for your imagined slights? No, the Earth is under my protection, Loki." "And you're doing a marvelous job with that. The Humans slaughter each other in droves, while you ideally threat. I mean to rule them. That's why should I not..." "Think yourself above them?" "Well, yes." "Then you miss the truth of ruling, brother. A throne would suit you ill." "I've seen worlds you've never known about. I have grown, Odin's son, in my exile. I have seen the true power of the Tesseract. And when I wield it..." "Who showed you this power? Who controls the would be king?" "I am the king!" "Not here! You give up the Tesseract! You give up this poisonous dream! You come home." "I don't have it. You need the cube to bring me home, but I've sent it off. I know not where." "You listen well, brother." "I'm listening."
"I don't think we should be focusing on Loki. That guy's brain is a bag full of cats. You can smell crazy on him." "Have a care how you speak! Loki is beyond reason, but he is of Asgard and he is my brother!" "He killed eighty people in two days." "He's adopted."
"Do not touch me again!" "Then don't take my stuff." "You have no idea what you are dealing with." "Uh, Shakespeare in The Park? Doth mother know you weareth her drapes?" "This is beyond you, metal man. Loki will face Asgardian justice." "He gives up the Cube, he's all yours. Until then, stay out of the way. Tourist."
"Thor, report on the Hulk? "The gates of Hel are filled with the screams of his victims. Uh, but, not the screams of the dead, of course. No no, uh...wounded screams, mainly whimpering, a great deal of complaining and tales of sprained deltoids and, and uh... and gout."
"The handle's imprinted, right? Like a security code. "Whosoever is carrying Thor's fingerprints" is, I think, the literal translation." "Yes. It's a very, very interesting theory. I have a simpler one. You're all not worthy."
"You think you're saving anyone? I turn that key and drop this rock a little early and it's still billions dead. Even you can't stop that." "I am Thor, son of Odin, and as long as there is life in my breast... I am running out of things to say!"
"I'm gonna miss these little talks of ours." "Not if you don't leave." "I have no choice. The Mind Stone is the fourth of the Infinity Stones to show up in the last few years. It's not a coincidence. Someone has been playing an intricate game and has made pawns of us. And once all these pieces are in position..." "Triple Yahtzee." "You think you can find out what's coming?" "I do. Besides this one, there's nothing that can't be explained."
"The Avengers were formed to make the world a safer place. I feel we've done that." "Tell me Captain, do you know where Thor and Banner are right now? If I misplaced a couple of 30 megaton nukes, you can bet there'd be consequences."
"In ancient times, people believed the heavens were filled with gods and monsters and magical worlds. Then, as time passed, those beliefs faded into myth and folklore. But now we know the stories were true. Other worlds, with names like Asgard, do exist. And beings once revered as gods, like Thor, have returned, leaving us with more questions and... an enormous mess to clean up."
"You should give your buddy the god of thunder a shout. He gets his power from his hammer, right? What if this is his nail to the hammer?" "I already did. Director Fury told me he's off the grid. And if he has a cellphone, we don't have the number."
"You should consider the American Northwest. Maybe Portland. Good food scene. Great philharmonic." "Well, if you will come and visit. It's not everyone I get to share my stories with." "Sure. And if Thor's in town, I'll introduce you."
"You must remember things about your home world, right?" "Only basic lessons a child could learn." "The name of your sword?" "What about Thor?" "Um... I do not know this word, yet when you say it, I... want to smile. Why?" "Who can explain the mysteries of the Asgardian brain?" "I Can."
"Hey, yo, my man, my man. All HD. Got it right here. Blu-ray, too, 'cause I'm nice like that. Tony Stark, the big blonde dude with the hammer, the old dude with the shield, the green monster, and I don't mean Fenway. You can't get better raw footage of the incident anywhere else than right here."
"The world isn't the world anymore, mija. Aliens coming out of the sky. People with silver hammers. Green monsters. All I know is everything happens for a reason. And now, somehow you're a part of it."