but can y’all help me out on this, cause I feel slow as hell.
when Loki said “I didn’t do it for him” and paused at Thor for a sec, did he mean he did it for Thor or for Frigga? or both, actually?
I mean, it can be taken both ways because Loki did"die" for Thor’s life. It seemed as if throughout the movie, he was trying to get Thor back after Thor told him there’s no hope for him anymore. For the first time, he realized he lost Thor, so he was trying to get him back. You know, teasing him, joking with him, … things they used to do before. And in the end, he looked really angry seeing Thor getting beat up. He stabbed Malekith, even though Thor told him not to try to fight him (hence the "You didn’t listen" part) and he died for Thor… Right?
orrr, he did this all for their mother. Loki did say “Trust my rage.” His rage to what they did to their mother, and part of it is his fault. He told Kurse where she was. He pretty much- in a way- killed her. And when Thor was fighting kurse, he was beating the hell out of those dark elves. And he wasn’t using magic! For the first time, he wanted to get his hands dirty. He wanted to feel their necks break as he twisted their heads… literally. He did this all for Frigga.
So what do you guys think? Which one do you think Loki did this for?
I honestly believe it was for both. Seeing it at first, I think your mind is immediately supposed to register it as him doing it for Frigga. But on the silver lining, its for Thor as well (and you know, Marvel LOVES to put tiny little things that you have to go back to realize).
Oh, please. He’ll LET Thor think he did it for Frigga or for Thor, but Loki did it for himself! (to hide away and be king)