In the movie The Avengers, Loki of Asgard, the villain, attempts to make the world bow before him in fear. Thousands of alien forces were coming from a portal to assist in the domination. The battle leads him to a confrontation with the Incredible Hulk, the mean, green fighting machine. Loki says, "ENOUGH! You are, all of you, beneath me. I am a god, you dull creature, and I will not be bullied by..."
Mid-sentence, Hulk grabs Loki and swings him back and forth against the ground, forming a crater with his body. As Hulk walks away, he says, "Puny god." —Jim L. Wilson and Jeremiah Cannon
Psalm 135:15–18 (HCSB) “The idols of the nations are of silver and gold, made by human hands. 16 They have mouths but cannot speak, eyes, but cannot see. 17 They have ears but cannot hear; indeed, there is no breath in their mouths. 18 Those who make them are just like them, as are all who trust in them.”