Captain Craig wrote:
Don't buy the romance, it makes the Thor/Jane Foster love affair look lengthy and laid out.
I don't think this was intended to be a full-blown romance or anything, or that the kiss at the end suggested they had fallen madly in love
and were about to ride off into the sunset together.
No, they had simply been through a huge ordeal together, developed a trust and a connection with each other, and just kinda got caught up in the moment right then. It's the kind of moment you see at the end of pretty much every
action movie where you have a guy rescuing a girl he likes from danger.
Anyone else get the SW prequel vibe on Krypton with the harnessed beast of burden and flying dragon-esque creature. Why do advanced civilizations with ray guns and interstellar ship still strap a bridle into some creatures mouth and ride it? That's like saying if pterodactyls were still around today we'd be flying them as a mode of transportation??
Well people today still ride on horses in some areas. I imagine the dragon creature Jor-El rode was regarded as something similar to that.