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When Thor goes to Nidavellir, Eitri tells Thor he made the gauntlet for Thanos because Asgard neglected to protect them. Asgard was just destroyed prior to the first scene of the movie, and yet the gauntlet was shown at the end of Age of Ultron, which takes place years prior. However, recall that Loki had been ruling Asgard for four years (overlapping Age of Ultron), and had just simply allowed the Nine Realms to fall into war and chaos without doing anything on his own part to protect them (as opposed to Odin always striving to protect his kingdom). Therefore, it seems certain that Eitri was referring to the time period of Loki's reign rather than that of Asgard's destruction. See more »
We have one advantage: He's coming to us... so that's what we use.
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All this Marvel movies are not my kind of film, I grant you that but the comments and box office bonanza, plus the eclectic cast made me think I couldn't ignore it and I didn't. To make matters a bit edgier I escorted to the movie a great movie lover born in the 1940's. She remembers going to see Ben-Hur the day it opened and one of her favorite films of all time is "2001 A Space Odyssey" As we were leaving the theater after the two and a half hours of the Avengers, my guest had two immediate comments. "I have a headache" and "I didn't understand anything" and we as we sat for dinner, the subject of Avengers was hardly touched. We talk about a small independent British film "God's Own Country" that blow up our minds. We didn't talk about the cast or performances in the Avengers - and acting is one of our favorite subjects - because in fact there are no performances in Avengers but a lot of posing, you know? posing and delivering a line that sounds a bit like a recording. The film is breaking box office records around the world and the audience at our screening truly loved it, even applauded at the end so, it's just us. Unlike my guest I didn't developed a headache but I must say, I didn't understand anything.
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