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Day 29: Favorite location

Can I be really cliché and say Hogwarts? I mean, it’s just a really awesome place. It’s entirely magical, and the people there are awesome, and who doesn’t want to go to a school where going out of bounds could get you killed? It’s obviously the best place in the series, so yeah, that one.
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Day 28: Hogwarts subject you would most like to take

That’s difficult. Probably Transfiguration. I feel like that could be really useful, and McGonagall would be a really awesome prof. Or Apparition lessons, because if I could have one super-power, it would be that. Or Defense Against the Dark Arts, but only if it were being taught by Lupin or Fake!Moody.
trinsy: (bovvered)
Day 27: What aspect of the books has been most poorly translated to film?

Harry and Ron’s relationship. Actually, relationships in general. Characterization in general. The film!Trio is nothing like the book!Trio. The film!Marauders are nothing like the book!Marauders. Film!Dumbledore is nothing like book!Dumbledore (well, Gambledore isn’t, anyway, but I do think Richard Harris, good as he was, would have become less like Dumbledore as the role became more demanding, and as I mentioned in the previous day’s answer, I do feel like Gambledore gets better with each film). I mean, I know they’re different mediums and whatever, but so many characters have lost those things that make them essentially that character. That’s why Alan Rickman is Snape, even though he’s a good thirty years older than Snape is supposed to be: he just has this air of essential Snape-ness, if that makes any sense. And so many of the actors either never had that or have lost it with each passing film, and I don’t know how much of that is the fault of the script or the director or whatever, but it’s really tragic and I hate it.

(I want to point out, as I already touched on a little in Day 26, I get really conflicted about this when it comes to the three actors who play the Marauders, because they’re all great actors, and they obviously care a lot about their roles, and it’s not like they don’t do a good job with what they’re asked to do, it’s just like … they’re not my Marauders, you know? Like, Gary Oldman isn’t my Sirius, but he does a great job with the Sirius he’s been asked to portray, and some of the stuff he does in OotP especially is just beautiful, even if I sometimes feel like it’s stuff Sirius would never ever do (the scene with Sirius’s family tree is gorgeous and heartbreaking, and the thing he says at the end about being a proper family when this is over kills me every single time, but I also feel like book!Sirius would never say that), so like… I don’t know. Even with the kids it’s like, okay, they’re not really like the book kids anymore, but you know, they got cast in this thing when they were ten. It’s not really their fault. And then I don’t even know how I feel anymore.)

[I’m also aware that this and Day 26 are probably supposed to be about Quidditch and magic and magical creatures and all the special effects that go into those things, but I don’t really care about that. I mean, I do, and their special effects really aren’t that great (Grawp in particular is very obviously a CGI character), but I care a lot more about characterization, hence why I’m talking about it.]
trinsy: (I can see that)
Day 26: What aspect of the books has been best translated to film?

Voldemort. Not in the first film, but ever since Ralph Fiennes came onboard. Voldemort is Voldemort, which I actually never expected, so good on them.

Also Snape. Obviously. Alan Rickman has never done anything less than deliver from the moment he entered that dungeon in the first film. He’s in a class all his own.

Actually, most of the Hogwarts staff translated really well. McGonagall, Filch, Hagrid, Lockhart, Trelawney, Moody, Umbridge, Slughorn…. Not Dumbledore, really, though I’ve grown fonder of Gambledore with each film. And not Lupin, but David Thewlis is a great actor, so um … you know, it’s not his fault he’s not how I imagined Lupin, or that somebody thought it’d be a good idea to give him a rape-stache in PoA. I mean, I like the guy, you know? I don’t want to bash him, it’s just … he’s not my Lupin. Anyway…

Hogwarts sometimes translates really well. It kind of depends on the movie/scene. Sometimes I don’t even know. Same with the Burrow.
trinsy: (don't be so daft)
Day 25: Song that reminds you of HP

Um, didn’t we already do this one? Am I supposed to pick another one? Because, um, I don’t have any more. I didn’t have a lot to begin with.
trinsy: (bovvered)
Day 24: Rant about Steve Kloves something

Trust me, you don’t want me to. Where do I even begin with this man?

Okay, to start: He has a massive crush on Hermione, and it really shows. The bias is just … it’s insane. I mean, giving her Ron’s “If you want to kill Harry you’ll have to kill us too” line in PoA? Crossing the line. Majorly crossing the line.

It’s just like … I think it’s pretty obvious he ships Harmony, and frankly, I don’t care about that for the sake of Ron/Hermione, because as much as I love and ship Ron/Hermione, if Kloves doesn’t, whatever. Like I said before, romance has never been a particularly important component of the HP series for me.

But he killed Harry/Ron. He killed my favorite bromance, and I’m not okay with that. It was my favorite bromance before bromance was even a word and became the “in” thing, and Steve Kloves killed it because he’s in love with Hermione and wanted her to end up with Harry. He turned Ron into this horrible 2D “ahaha-I’m-only-here-for-comic-relief” moronic coward, and I really, really hate him for that.

If the books are about the epicness of any friendship … well, the books are about the power of the bond between all three of them, actually, and how they are strongest and function best when it’s the three of them working together. But if you compare Harry’s falling out with Hermione in PoA with his falling out with Ron in GoF, there’s no question: emotionally, Harry needs Ron far more than he needs Hermione. There are just so many little interactions and unspoken things between them… I know it’s sounding like I’m a Harry/Ron shipper, and that isn’t it. It’s just that their friendship is so epic and beautiful, and it frustrates me that that wasn’t translated onscreen because it wasn’t even translated into the script.

One of my professors pointed out that if Harry Potter had been written by a man, Ron’s character would be a girl and Hermione’s character would be a boy, because Ron is emotional and Hermione is intelligent, and I think that’s true, and interesting both psychologically and culturally, but that’s not why I’m bringing it up. Kloves writes all these scenes about how Harry and Hermione are totally BFFs OMG, but I would argue that in the earlier books especially, Harry and Ron actually have a much stronger and deeper emotional connection than Harry and Hermione. Hermione might be more aware of what’s going on when it comes to romance, but in general – and maybe without even being fully aware of it – Ron has a much better grasp of what Harry’s feeling and what to do about it. There’s this great moment in GoF when they get back from the World Cup, and Harry’s telling them about his scar hurting and stuff, and Ron asks Harry if he wants to play Quidditch, and Hermione starts to tell him off for not being sensitive to Harry’s emotional needs, basically, and then it turns out Harry really wants to play Quidditch because he figures it’ll make him feel better. Ron just gets Harry in a way Hermione simply can’t, and that’s what’s so great about his and Harry’s friendship. And Kloves took that and gave it to Hermione, and that really bothers me.

The thing is, I don’t feel like a lot of people appreciate just how complex Ron really is, and the movies don’t help with that at all because in the movies he’s just so 2D. Worse than that, from the very beginning they took away some of his best qualities. In PS/SS, Hermione is the one who panics when Harry and Ron get trapped in the Devil’s Snare, not Ron, which is what happened in the film. Ron is so incredibly brave throughout the entire series. Yeah, he may not be as awesome at magic as Harry and Hermione, but he’s not a total buffoon, either, and it never stops him from throwing himself head on into a fight if he thinks his friends are in danger. Ron is in Gryffindor for a reason, you know? And by taking all Ron’s awesome qualities and giving them to Hermione, film!Hermione ends up being something distressingly close to a Mary Sue, while Ron ends up being a 2D imbecile.

Anyway, I guess this has been long and ranty enough. Basically, I’ve learned to live with what got cut and what got altered and what got written in. But destroying Ron’s character will never be okay with me.
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Day 23: Share some HP icons

I don’t really have any I’m particularly attached to. I haven’t used HP icons in a long time. All my icons right now are Who-themed. So yeah.
trinsy: (physics)
Day 22: Your favorite villain

Barty Crouch Jr. I mean, come on, Fake!Moody was the best D.A.D.A. professor ever. In so many ways, BCJ doesn’t even make sense. Like, why is he so effective at teaching the kids? Why is he so nice to Neville? Why does he teach Harry how to block the Imperius Curse? Why didn’t he just make Harry’s bag into a portkey the first week of term? Why does so much of what he does make it seem like he maybe doesn’t even want Voldemort to succeed? Why is he just so plain awesome?

Basically, you can either take all that as due to him being poorly written, or due to him being way more complex than we ever get to fully appreciate since stupid Fudge let the dementor suck out his soul. Either way, the fact remains: Barty Crouch Jr. is badass!

(Hey, you know what would make a great fic? Something where it turns out Barty Crouch Jr. and Regulus Black were co-conspirators in the ‘let’s-steal-Voldy’s-horcruxes-and-bring-him-down-from-the-inside’ thing, and BCJ was going along with the Lestranges’ crazy Longbottom torturing thing because, I don’t know why, but we’d come up with something when we got there (didn't he say they threatened him or something?), but then the combination of Azkaban and being under the Imperius Curse all those years made BCJ go kind of psycho (which actually is pretty much true anyway), so that he didn’t even know what he wanted anymore, and he had all these crazy conflicting desires, which is why half of what he does in GoF seems to be counter-productive to his supposed end goal of killing Harry and resurrecting Voldemort. Oh my god, somebody please write me Barty Crouch Jr./Regulus Black BFF fic right now!)
trinsy: (sparkles)
Day 21: How has the HP fandom connected you to other fandoms, interests, or people?

It hasn’t, really. I mean, I don’t hugely participate in fandom anyway, I’m really more of a lurker. I guess it made me aware of fandom and fanfiction and all of that, so I guess I could say it’s connected me to all fandoms I’ve sort of been involved in. But it’s not like I’ve directly discovered any other specific fandoms because of HP fandom.

Wait! I just realized that isn’t true. Mugglenet was where I first heard about Twilight. Which actually turned out to be a good thing, because it was part of the reason I checked it out before it got really insane, so when everyone I knew started getting into it, I’d already read it and could tell them plainly that yes, I had read it, and no, actually, I thought it was crap and hey, maybe teen romance novels shouldn’t a) be marketed as vampire stories when they’re actually not; b) glorify and romanticize emotional abuse and domestic violence; and c) contain incredibly disturbing rape metaphors. You know, maybe.

But that’s also what got me following Cleolinda, so I guess it wasn’t all negative. Also, I love every single member of that film series’ cast, and I can never understand why they chose to be associated with such a shit story. (Really, Dakota Fanning? Really?)

[Man, sometimes I remember what I used to think Twilight was back when the only thing I knew about it was that the three main characters were named Edward, Bella, and Jacob, and there was maybe some sort of love triangle going on, and I get sad that it’s not that awesome. I don’t totally remember what I thought it was, but based on the names I assumed it was set in Victorian England, and for some reason I thought it had something to do with social rules and expectations, a kind of Jane Austen-esque thing. I always wish I could remember more precisely what I thought it was, because whatever it was, it was awesome, and I know I would actually like to read that series.]
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Day 20: A favorite quote

So difficult! I have many, obviously. The twins, Ron, and Harry all have several great one-liners, of course. Then there’s Dumbledore’s words of wisdom/moments of awesome. McGonagall and Snape are also both extremely quotable. Then there’s all the little moments of wonderful characterization for Sirius and Remus, particularly in the Shrieking Shack scene (“If you made a better rat than a human, it’s not much to boast about, Peter,” for example). But I’m going to go with the line that always stayed with me from Deathly Hallows:

“Does it hurt?”

The childish question had fallen from Harry’s lips before he could stop it.

“Dying? Not at all,” said Sirius. “Quicker and easier than falling asleep.”

“And he will want it to be quick. He wants it over,” said Lupin.

First of all, arguably the most moving, heartbreaking, emotional scene in the whole series. Harry here. Just … Harry.

But also, okay, I guess this does kind of have to do with the characterization thing (characterization is a big thing for me) because, just, I love that it’s Sirius and Remus answering Harry here, not James and Lily. Because even though we know they love Harry and Harry loves them, Sirius and Remus are the ones who ended up being there for him, and they’re the ones Harry trusts. Like, I don’t think James and Lily even could have answered this question for Harry. It had to be Sirius. And actually, if you read this whole scene, you can see that. James and Lily assure Harry they love him, but any concrete question is answered by Sirius and Remus, and I think it’s because Harry knows them. He trusts them. And I just really like that.
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Day 19: A favorite fanart

Um, I don’t have one. I don’t look at fanart. Sorry?
trinsy: (bovvered)
Day 18: If you could change one thing about canon, what would it be?


And honestly, that’s all. I mean, yes, Sirius’s death was totally traumatic, but I understand why it had to happen narratively, and I actually really like that all the Marauders died, and I like that Snape died. I think for those four characters – Sirius, Remus, Peter, and Snape – there was no going back, there was no being happy (yes, even Remus with his wife and kid). Too much had happened, and there was too much bitterness and too many regrets. I think they had to die to find peace. So I’m glad they did. (Okay, I guess I would also have Harry mourn Sirius better, but that’s kind of more a stylistic choice than anything, so I can let it slide. It still pisses me off, but fine.)

But Fred’s death was just so unnecessary! I don’t feel like it really added anything to the story, it was just like, “I guess there are a lot of Weasleys and one of them should probably die.” Then kill Charlie or Percy or something! Don’t kill a twin! You either have to kill both twins or no twin, but killing only one is just plain cruel. George being alone is so awful! So yeah, I would definitely change that, but that’s pretty much my only canon complaint.
trinsy: (grin)
Day 17: Your favorite celebs from the movies or fandom

Honestly, they all seem like cool kids who would be fun to hang out with, but I don’t have any I’m particularly attached to. Ask this question on a 30 Days of Twilight meme, though, and I will gush about those kids forever. I think Tom Felton is the best young actor out of all of them, and he also seems like a perfectly lovely, normal guy, and he interviews really well. I’m impressed with Emma Watson’s commitment to her education, if not overly wowed by her acting, and of all the kids, I think she’s the one I would probably most enjoy spending a day with. I like how much of an unashamed HP nerd Evanna Lynch is. Matthew Lewis, like Tom Felton, seems like a nice, normal guy that I wouldn’t mind hanging out with, and I’ve always had a soft spot for him.

For the adults, I have a huge thing for Alan Rickman, in no small part because he is so perfect as Snape. I want Emma Thompson to be my mom for reasons that have absolutely nothing to do with HP and everything to do with how awesome she is. (I hasten to add that this desire also has nothing to do with my admittedly complicated relationship with my own mother, because I love my mom and I’m glad she’s my mom. It’s just that Emma Thompson is so awesome that I would like her to also be my mom. Emma Thompson, please adopt me! I promise I won’t ask you for money! I won’t even ask you to introduce me to Alan Rickman! Probably.) Oh, and did I mention Dame Maggie Smith? Because if I can be a cool old woman like her, I actually don’t mind getting old. And of course David Heyman seems like a perfectly lovely man, and I really respect how committed he is to keeping the kids sane and happy and emotionally stable.

As for fandom, who doesn’t love Melissa Anelli? I mean, pretty much everyone at Leaky is awesome, so yeah, probably them.
trinsy: (don't be so daft)
Day 16: How have you participated in the fandom over the years?

I haven’t, really. I’ve never been actively involved in any fandom, I’m much more of a lurker. I have written some fanfiction, but that’s about it. I’m boring, I know.
trinsy: (grin)
Day 15: Whatever tickles your fancy

Since there isn’t a fanfic recommendation day on here, I am going to recommend my favorite HP fanfic.

End of the Line by shewhoguards is a brilliant collection of one-shots dealing with many of the deaths throughout the series. It really helped me cope with and find closure for a lot of the deaths in DH (especially Fred’s). It’s funny, poignant, and has great characterization, and the interpretation of the HP afterlife is both creative and believable. If you haven’t read it, do so immediately! If you have, go reread it, because it deserves to be read multiple times.
trinsy: (I'm always all right)
Day 14: Moments in the books/movies that made you cry

Books: Sirius’s death. Ron destroying the locket. Dobby’s death. The Resurrection Stone scene.

Films: In GoF, I always start crying somewhere between Harry’s parents coming out of his wand and fake!Moody pulling Harry out of the arena. If I’m on my period, I cry at the end of OotP when Harry is possessed and then all his friends show up and he remembers himself.

I should note that I’m defining “crying” here as “get a bit teary-eyed/maybe actually have a tear or two roll down my cheeks”. If by “crying” you actually mean “full on genuine crying”, then the only one of these that counts is Sirius’s death. (I was also fourteen, my hormones were severely whacked out, and I had a lot of emotional problems, so I’m not even sure how much of the full on crying actually had to do with Sirius dying (though I still got sad rereading PoA a few months ago just because I kept thinking about how Sirius dies, so it probably had a bit to do with Sirius dying).)
trinsy: (bovvered)
Day 13: Least favorite character(s)

Probably because I haven’t read the books in so long, I can’t really think of any. I mean, I absolutely hate Umbridge, obviously, but as a person. As a character, she’s fantastic. And I find Lavender Brown irritating in HBP, but I like her in all the other books, and look, it’s not her fault romance and HP don’t mix well. And I didn’t like Kreacher, but DH obviously changed that.

The only one I can think of where I felt like I wish this character didn’t exist is Cho Chang, and I can still understand her necessity narratively. But yeah, I guess probably her, because it’s not like Harry couldn’t have dated a less annoying girl. And I’m sure there are others, but I can’t think of them at the moment.
trinsy: (physics)
Day 12: Favorite movie scene

Probably Voldemort’s resurrection. Ralph Fiennes really takes the film to a whole other level. His performance is just … I mean, he’s so Voldemort that if you didn’t know Ralph Fiennes was in that movie, you would never guess Ralph Fiennes was in that movie. And it’s not just because of the CGI nose and stuff. It’s everything. It’s what he’s doing with the character. It could have been so cheesy and awful and over the top, and he made it so believable. I could gush about this forever.

And then there’s Dan, who, as I noted in the Day 4 question, is really at the top of his game in this scene. Dan has had some pretty cringe-worthy moments throughout the series, but man does he bring it when it counts. If there was ever a scene where he really needed to sell it, it was this one, and he totally delivered.

This scene is why I absolutely adore Mike Newell. This is the pivotal scene in the series, and it so easily could have been botched, but he really made it into something special. And, like I said before, I really think he’s the main reason Dan is so good here, because he was able to pull performances out of the young actors that no other HP director has.

I do have one tiny complaint about this scene, though. I don’t understand why there are so few Death Eaters. I don’t even know why that bugs me so much, but it does. There is this one wide shot in particular where you can see that there are only four or five Death Eaters (I’m not sure exactly, I haven’t the film in a while), and it’s always so distracting to me. I don’t know why, I just feel like there should be more of them. But aside from that, this scene is spectacular.

Also, this isn’t a scene, but Sirius telling Harry, “Nice one, James!” in the OotP movie kills me every single time. Every. Single. Time.
trinsy: (doctor/rose)
Day 11: Character you’re crushing on

I’m not sure why this is in present tense, because I’m not really crushing on any HP characters anymore. But Ron was the second literary character I ever had a crush on (the first was Tom Sawyer), and I was pretty much in love with him from the first time I read SS up until … I’m not sure when. I do still have a huge soft spot for him, though, and I think Hermione is very lucky.

And of course everyone is in love with Sirius, but my thing for Sirius is so different than my thing for Ron. Sirius brings out that horrible and unhealthy “I-want-to-go-rescue-you” thing in me. You know, the thing that makes you want to go hug him and cuddle him and make everything okay.

(I’m not sure what it means that the two characters I had crushes on are also the two characters I most strongly identify with. I mean, no one wants to date themselves, so I don’t really know what’s going on there.)

That said, if these characters actually existed in real life, I would probably be most likely to date one of the Weasley twins or Lee Jordan. I mean, they’re hilarious and slightly depraved and sort of arrogant assholes but deep down total softies, which seems to be what I’m attracted to. (The media (all media) ruins you: it tells you that assholes are actually the biggest, most compassionate softies of us all. In reality, assholes are just assholes. They get pissed off over stupid stuff, don’t care about anyone but themselves, and are very much the guys you don’t want to date. This is how you know the people in HP are definitely fictional characters.)
trinsy: (doctor/jack)
Day 10: Favorite book moment(s)

I was going to pick one from every book and break it down that way, but then I couldn’t think of any for a few of the books, so I’m not doing that. Instead, I’m going to go with moments that stuck out to me when I first read them and have always stayed with me since. (Part of my rationale here is that I haven’t read an HP book since DH came out three years ago, except PoA for school last semester, so if something still sticks out to me after three years, it’s probably a favorite moment (and since PoA ties with GoF as my favorite book, anything from there I already knew was a favorite moment anyway).) I will try to limit myself though. So, in chronological order:

1. The Shrieking Shack scene. I pretty much already said everything I loved about it in Day 2, but yeah, basically it’s one of the most brilliant climaxes/reveals I’ve read in a mystery story (and I’ve read a lot of mysteries). It’s so tense and emotional without going over the top. It’s just so subtle. And just all the stuff with Sirius and Remus and Peter and Snape… I think it’s the moment in the series where you realize that there’s more going on than just Harry and the Trio and Hogwarts and the Dursleys. It’s when you realize that Voldemort’s first defeat came at a price, that it wasn’t all just kittens and rainbows for the whole wizarding world after that. Maybe for a lot of it, but not all of it. And it really humanizes Lily and James because like, of course they would have had friends, of course their deaths would have affected people other than Harry, and the way Sirius, especially, talks about them, you finally feel like they were real and not just these vague dead parents Harry can imagine but never actually knew. Also, Remus is so cold and badass in this scene. So often people paint him as this nice, sensitive guy, but actually Sirius is the emotional one and Remus is just so detached and cold. Like there’s this moment before they finally force Peter to reveal himself, where Sirius has been explaining why he feels responsible for James and Lily’s deaths, and he has this complete breakdown at the end of it, and Remus is just like, “This has gone on too long, strap on a pair, and let’s show them some proof. Hand over the rat, Ron.” Not even like, “Wow, that must have been hard for you, sorry you feel bad.” Just, “Okay, we’ve spent enough time listening to your side, time to move on to the other guy. Have your emotional breakdown later, plzkthx.” And then when they go to kill Peter, Sirius is super emotional and shouty and stuff, and Remus is just all business and like, “Well, you should have seen this coming, bye now.” Like, you get the feeling that Sirius is doing this for some sort of catharsis but Remus is just like, “People who betray their friends deserve to die, therefore we will kill him.” There’s just so much good characterization in this scene, is what I’m saying. (And apparently I didn’t say all I had to say in Day 2…)

2. Harry throwing the Potter Really Stinks button at Ron and telling him he might have a scar now, if he’s lucky. I also talked about this in Day 2. I just feel like that is a defining moment in their friendship. Which actually leads me to…

3. “They’ve got … they’ve got Ron?” Another defining moment in their friendship. Or rather, a defining moment for the reader. Also, to sort of go out of order now, I always love the moment in PoA when it looks like dog!Sirius is running for Harry, and Ron pushes Harry out of the way. And “If you want to kill Harry, you’ll have to kill us to!” of course, but for some reason the pushing Harry out of the way thing really gets me. (Surprise, surprise, all my favorite book moments involve Ron or Sirius. They are my favorite characters for a reason.)

4. Okay, there isn’t a specific moment, but Sirius in pretty much all of OotP. I think Jo does a good job of putting enough focus on Sirius that his death really hits you hard (unless you’re my family, apparently), without putting so much focus on him that it’s obvious he’s going to die. And there are so many little moments between him and Harry that are just tragic and heartbreaking when you reread OotP knowing what’s coming. Like, he’s not around for a whole lot of it, but when he is, you just feel his frustration and bitterness and heartbreak. Like I said, I don’t know how Jo was able to create a character with so much depth without giving him much screen time, but she did. Also, his death scene is fantastic. It’s totally impacting, but there’s still so much going on, and then Sirius is just gone. It’s so realistic and horrible and horrifying.

5. Ron coming back in DH and destroying the locket. Um, yeah, huge moment for Ron here. When Harry and Hermione come out of the locket, suddenly everything Ron’s been doing for the last two books makes perfect sense. I always hesitate to say people need each other because I don’t like the implications of that, but Harry and Ron do need each other, and if you didn’t get that over the past six-and-a-half books, you get hit over the head with it here. And the fact that Ron actually has the strength to overcome his issues and stab the locket is beautiful. And I love Harry finally getting enough sense to be like, “Look, it’s always been you and Hermione.” For one moment they aren’t stupid boys, they actually have enough sense to talk about the issue, which is what they should have done in the first place. It’s just … they’re not just scared kids playing at being grown-ups anymore. They are grown-ups.

6. The Resurrection Stone scene. If you didn’t cry during this scene, you are NOT HUMAN! *cough*Mother!*cough* I love Lily, James, Sirius, and Remus back together again. I love that Harry is so vulnerable here. I just love the whole thing. It’s a beautiful scene, and you really do feel like this is it, Harry’s dead, but it’s okay, it feels right. If there was a moment where the series had to deliver, it was this moment, and it did.

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