Loki was responsible for quite a lot of what we’re going to charitably term mischief, as befitting his title of the God of mischief, among other things. Still, he often does that while also being quite polite, as we can see here.
While a lot of the time, he’s saying this sort of thing in a tongue-in-cheek manner, there are also plenty of times when he’s being sincere. This is, for the most part, because he has something to gain from getting on another person’s good side. Or at least not upsetting them, such as when he’s bound in chains.
Not the Movie We Signed Up For
When you walk into the theater for a Marvel movie, you expect certain things. Action, adventure, suits, cool powers, and sometimes even a little bit of romance. Generally, though, the romance doesn't come with luminescent cheek blush and little emoji hands. Keep that stuff on the weird parts of the internet where it belongs.
Obviously, this isn't what Tony Stark was going for when he said that, but things are always open to interpretation. Oh, no, wait, this is a Marvel movie. You better not misinterpret anything, or the movie is going to shame you.
Shouldn't Be Flying, Then
Lost? Don't worry, we're here to help. The face you see in the place of Sam Wilson's handsome mug is that of Charlie Cox, the actor who played Matt Murdock in the Netflix-now-Disney “Daredevil” series. He hit it out of the park, and eventually, he and his Netflix friends got lumped into the MCU when nobody was looking.
Murdock certainly wasn't looking, since he's blind. That's kind of the point of his whole character. The rest of this is just a manipulation of lines from what looks like “Infinity War.” Come on, Matt, get out of the wingsuit and get your sticks.
Let's Get Out of Here Before We Find Him
One of the most realistic parts of the "Avengers" series and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in general, is that all these superpowered freaks end up not really working together that well. The God of Thunder and a billionaire, philanthropist playboy and a big green angry man, and a soldier that's been frozen in ice for about sixty years probably wouldn't get along well in real life, either.
The difficulties between Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes are one of the bigger divisions that exist – it took an entire mediocre television season for them to iron them out.
Let's Focus on the Important Things
The fourth "Thor" movie has been met with mixed reactions. Some people say it was okay, and others say that it was a tonal mess that they fell asleep during. We guess that's technically mixed reactions.
One of the criticisms is that the movie could have been far more serious and focused on what were real tragedies and issues that the villain Gorr brought to the table, instead of having constant gags and jokes every thirty seconds. Then there was the whole “Thor is naked, and everybody loves it” part. It's like it was two different movies mashed together.