I identify strongly with his pain and motives. I came out of the movie wanting to put my arms around him saying, "You know, I've been in that place where destroying a world in order to prove that I'm actually worth something seemed like a good idea too. I just never had the means."
The obvious reason I like Loki are because he's extremely handsome, intelligent, and just extremely amazing. But I can really connect with him in many other ways. I was adopted too and it is difficult being the "odd one out" in a family. I have two older siblings that are extremely successful and even though my parents deny it I am compared to them at times. My brother and sister were always into sports and athletic stuff, I like the arts, books, and so on. So I really understand how it's hard for him, being adopted and all. Also I like how he's not a super villain but not ever a hero either. He's imperfect, in between, confused, much like every normal person on the earth. In Avengers he thinks he's doing good, which is a start, he just went about it the wrong way. And in Thor he just wanted to be accepted sa pamamagitan ng his dad and an equal to his brother. Loki is amazing and I really pag-ibig Tom Hiddleston for the way he portrayed Loki. Can't wait to see what happens to the God of Mischief susunod in Thor 2! =)
Thor got Asgard into a war, and Loki saved Asgard from having to fight that war. Thor caused mischief, not Loki. Why did the Asgardians favor Thor, a guy full of pride and unable to control his temper? I was as frustrated as Loki was. As for destroying Jotenheim, Loki was brought up to think that was the right thing to do. Odin should have clarified to him that Jotenheim needs to remain. I hope Loki gets a happy ending.
I did not like him immediately to tell the truth. He grew on me, and my puso really went out to him in the part were Odin tells him that he took him from Jotunheim. He is treated as inferior and all he wanted was to prove to Odin that he was Thor's equal. I cried when Loki tells Odin that he could have done it and Odin tells him he couldn't.
That is a good tanong & everyone has a good answer but my opinion is, Loki needs attention & pag-ibig (which I'll happily provide). Odin misguided him in many ways & I was distraught when he was talking to Odin & he finally figured out why Odin favored Thor all those years, & when he sinabi he was destroying Jotunheim for Odin, All Odin did was put him down. So it is my job our job as his fans to lift him up! So are you with me?
Honestly, I've been asking myself this tanong over and over again. The answer is; Loki is intelligent and brave, why do people favor Thor? I watched the Avengers and when I saw the movie I realized that Loki fights for a purpose in life. I wanted to say: "You know, my character Hawkfire feels the same way; his loyalty to Silverhawk (his mentor) is driving him to believe that what the Dark Forest is doing is for the good of the Clans."
I've been pagbaba Norse mythology my whole life, and my paborito character has *always* been Loki. When the 'Thor' movie came out, I knew exactly how he felt. I have an older sister myself, and I know how hopeless it can seem sometimes - and since I had grown up with the character of Loki, I had sort of come to accept the character as my brother. Seeing all he went through and knowing how he felt was a great deal of why I came to appreciate not only Loki's character far madami than I ever had - but to appreciate Tom Hiddleston, as well, for bringing my could-be brother to life. I've always liked Loki - but this is the main reason why. <3
EXACLY WHY SHOULD HIS STUPID BROTHER BE THE FAVORITE! i licause like me, he's the younger, madami unapreciated sibling who wnet through alot f pain in his life! I cried when he sceamed TELL ME! and when odin siad no Loki! if you looked closley Loki was crying and i cried when he got sucked into the vortex he deserved the earth and i would have happily helped him! He's also(this is my motto) Loki's my pride and joy, he's my life reference, he's the one I cry to at night, and he's my life,my world and my everything!
There is something indefinable about Loki that draws me to him. I grudgingly went to watch the Thor movie as I enjoyed Iron Man so much. I didn't find Thor attractive at all then thought, uy this Loki character is pretty interesting to watch. Then when he appeared to die at the end I found myself sad and wishing he hadn't. Hiddleston does such a profound job infusing personality into the Loki character that even though he is a terrible, mixed up person, he's likeable. He is the only "bad guy" I've actually liked! Hiddleston makes Loki worthy of compassion and empathy and brings out his sympathetic side. Knowing his background story and the causal factors of his demented personality somehow nullifies a bit of the horribleness.
Oh, and the fact that Hiddleston is so handsome doesn't hurt any!
I adore him because he is very smart, handsome, he has a wonderful taste in fashion and i pag-ibig the fact how hard he tries to be loved, it is sad and i see where he is coming from i like how he feels that in order to feel accepted and loved he needs to cause a little mischief~ it goes to ipakita what a great character he is~~
I don't like Loki because I think he's cute, or because he's a "bad boy". I like him because of his life story.
You see, when I first watched Thor and The Avengers, I just ignored Loki's character completely and focused on the bayani (biggest mistake of my life). But then I watched both films again, one after the other, and I started to listen to Loki's story.
It was then that I realised that he isn't evil. Far from it, actually. He grew up living in Thor's shadow, never really being noticed sa pamamagitan ng his adoptive father, Odin. Lately, I had been feeling the same way about my sister, Holly, who has so many talent, blah blah blah. I realised that I had done some pretty bad things to be noticed again (well, not THAT bad, but I did plan a bunch of gruesome stuff). Just like Loki. So I started to think that he isn't evil, just misunderstood and ignored, and basically lied to most of his life. So I started to stick up for him. And then I started to notice how cute he was. And it just got crazier from there. :)
Loki is the odd one out. He’s not necessarily a super villain nor a hero. All he wanted was to be accepted sa pamamagitan ng his dad and equal to his brother. Thor got Asgard into a war, and Loki saved Asgard from having to fight that war. Thor caused mischief, not Loki. Why did the Asgardians favor Thor, a guy full of pride and unable to control his temper? I was as frustrated as Loki was. As for destroying Jotenheim, Loki was brought up to think that was the right thing to do. Odin should have clarified to him that Jotenheim needs to remain. He is still a normal person with feelings. He wanted to ipakita Odin he was just as good as Thor, he wants to be acknowledged and loved just like everyone else. Loki is the younger, unappreciated sibling who went through a lot of pain in his life. He grew up always being segundo best, not getting quite the amount of attention he deserved. He suffers from an inferiority complex that causes him to struggle to subject others under his tyranny. His envy for Thor makes him hate Thor. He isn't evil, just misunderstood and ignored, and basically lied to most of his life. When Loki tells Thor he’s not his brother he cries because he loved Thor so much but at the same time he hated him. Loki fights for a purpose in life! He wasn’t fight because he was jealous or angry, he was fighting for his father and equality. Every villain is a hero in his own mind. Villains are just like people, they scream just as loud the only difference is no one hears them. I don't like Loki because I think he's cute, or because he's a "bad boy". I like him because of his story!
and after I found Loki, I found Tom Hiddleston and my life hasn't been the same since <3