I just remembered!
I was the first child in the world to see Wizards Unite!
I saw it before it came out a couple of months before actually.
It didn't work very well but I still saw it!
Just thought I should say that😊
Is it just me or is Duck Tales(2017) very like HP just look at the theme song
It literally says there's a stranger out to find you.
Here are who I think they are most like:
Tell me what you think!
*Disclaimer: This is from a book-fan and hardcore Ronmione shipper perspective. It's sorta biased.
So, most of the Harry Potter movies were decent. They were enjoyable to watch and were overall well-made. They weren't cheaply made and they were a lot of production value put into every single film. But, if we look at the films from a book-fan perspective, we see that one character is presented so differently: Ronald Bilius Weasley.
Ron is my second favorite character. He's funny, loyal, friendly, caring, logical, knowledgable, and sympathetic. He's like the heart in the trio. But, this is only in the books. In the movies, Ron is a comic relief self-centered brat with no maturity whatsoever. He's hateable and stupid. A lot of movie-fans diss Ron because they "wanted Harry and Hermione to end up together" or something. The majority of book-fans ship Ronmione, while the majority of movie-fans ship Harmony. So, what went wrong in the movies?
Well, it all comes to one man, the scriptwriter for seven of the eight Harry Potter films: Steve Kloves.
Steve Kloves did a great job at writing concise scripts to fit a fat book into 2 hours' worth of content. I think he did a very good job and entertaining not only movie-fans but book-fans. However, the problem comes down to Steve Kloves's preference. You see, Steve was a huge Hermione fanboy.
In the books, Hermione had strengths but also had clear flaws: She was arrogant, obnoxious, narrow-minded, incapable of experimentation, aggressive, and most importantly, had a huge superiority complex. In the films, however, Hermione basically has no flaws: She's a Mary Sue.
Mary Sue is a word used to describe a perfect character in a work of fiction. And Hermione is just that; she is too perfect in the movies. She's not arrogant or obnoxious, she's open-minded to experimentation, she shows no sign of aggression, and she doesn't have the superiority complex: She's humble in the movies. Steve basically just removed all of Hermione's flaws and made her a perfect character, completely ruining her character arc.
Ron on the other hand? Oh, Jesus Christ. The way Ron is presented in the movies makes me want to think that Rupert Grint and Steve Kloves had an argument. How can Steve hate a character this much to completely ruin it?
In the books, Ron actually has some good traits: He's funny, loyal, inclusive, caring, logical, realistic, knowledgable, and sympathetic. He also has some flaws, like every well-written character: He's clumsy, lazy, dumb academically, and often gets very jealous. But in the movies? He basically possesses only his negative traits and many of his positive traits are reversed.
Ron in the movie is stupid as hell. He's clumsy, lazy, dumb in general, mean, always jealous, unlogical, unfunny, uncaring, etc. He's presented as some useless sidekick who's just there to do goofy things and make the audience laugh.
A big problem is that Hermione steals a lot of Ron's great moments in the books. Like at the Devil's Snare in the first book, it's Hermione who freaks out and Ron who reminds her she's a witch. In the third book at the Shrieking Shack, Hermione freaks out like a normal person would do when she sees Sirius Black, but it's Ron who, despite having a broken leg, stands up for Harry and Hermione.
Hermione is just the perfect character in the films, and it's very hard for me to find chemistry between Ron and Hermione while watching the films, especially since Hermione is like a goddess-like figure while Ron is presented as a dumb comic relief character. If I was someone who only watched the movies and never read the books, I would most likely ship Harmony.
So, what do you guys think about this?
So...this is a day late. I promised the other day that I would post it yesterday.
Well...that didn’t happen. Not that anyone really cares...but whatever. Here’s the link, in case anyone wants to read Part One, which no one does but.........hehehe. https://harrypotter.fandom.com/f/p/3343172654596417003
So here’s part two. But it’s not just Harry Potter that I don’t like because someone good always wins. Why do the good guys always win? Percy Jackson. Cinderella. A Wrinkle In Time. The Mysterious Benedict Society. Alice In Wonderland. Frozen. Any Hallmark movie. (Disclaimer, I don’t own any of those movies/books. Just so I don’t get sued.)
And it’s not just when the good guys win that upsets me. Why is there always a happy ending? Because in real life...there isn’t.
Maybe two weeks after Cinderella married Prince Charming she died because she got cancer.
Maybe Voldemort had a second child and she brought him back to life.
Maybe Kronos and Gaea rose again.
Maybe Mr. Curtain escaped, and ruled the world by evil.
Maybe Alice was really just insane and she got locked up for the rest of her life, and she died alone, with ropes around her wrists because she was insane.
Why does everyone only find the faults in the ‘bad guys’? Harry Potter was a jerk. He only startled liking Ginny Weasley when he realized that maybe she could like someone other than him. That maybe he wasn’t so special.
Ronald Weasley was a jerk who was jealous of his best friend, and thought his girlfriend was cheating on him, so he left his best friend and girlfriend in the wilderness, alone.
Hermione Granger brought a boy she ABSOLUTELY HATED to a party, to make one of her best friends jealous, out of pure stupidity.
Cinderella was frankly...ungrateful. Yeah...maybe she didn’t deserve having to do all the chores in the house, but the book never mentioned that she had ever done chores before in her life. And I’m talking about the Disney versions of the fairy tales. The original ones, the ones the Grimm Brothers made, like where the ‘evil’ step-sisters cut off their toes, the one where Ariel dies, the book where no strong men saved Snow White, it was actually pure stupidity? Those are great.
The Grimm brothers were artists. But Disney’s versions of the fairy tales...well...how do I put this lightly?
I can’t. They suck. They absolutely 100% suck. They’re false and inaccurate and stupid and many other words!
But maybe every single person in these books and movies were evil too. Maybe they didn’t deserve to win. Maybe no one did.
Because who in their life really, deserves to win?
Let me just say somthing. I think Ron and Hermione are perfect to each other.
Ever here the phrase opposites attract? Well ron is a screwup who cant seem to much right. Hermione however can do almost all spells and make almost all Potions. When you are different from someone, you can learn from them. Opposites attract. Same with magnets.
Harry gets lots of fame and is so stinking lucky it gets annoying when you think about it. He gets the newest broom when he displays talent in one and he good buy one himself, but he gets one as a gift. Which is nice.... but when you read all the books and recognize all the luck he gets it is awful. But...... Hermione lucky and smart so Ron being unlucky works with Hermione.
I was thinking and I am starting to feel sorry for Lavender Brown.
I mean she died from a werewolf eating her and she loved Ron.(I ship Ronmione but come on)
She thought that Ron was deeply in love with her like she was with him.
If you think about it that way she did nothing wrong.
I feel like she is misunderstood.
Tell me what you think!
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SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not read if you haven't read or watched all the Harry Potter books or movies!
A lot of people think you don't need the boy who first sat on the train with Harry Potter. So I'm going to explain why you do, book by book.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone: if Ron Weasley wasn't there, Harry and Hermione would never have gotten through that giant game of chess on their own.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: if Ron Weasley wasn't there, Harry wouldn't have gotten through everything with Hermione Petrified. And Lockhart could have done something serious if Ron wasn't looking after him down in the chamber.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: if Ron Weasley wasn't there, Scabbers (Peter Pettigrew) wouldn't have been there at all.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: if Ron Weasley wasn't there, Harry might not have gotten through all the tasks without Ron and Hermione helping him.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix: if Ron Weasley wasn't there, well, you all know that you needed all six in the Ministry.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: if Ron Weasley wasn't there..... comment if you can think of anything!
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: if Ron Weasley wasn't there, well, you needed anyone you could get at the Battle of Hogwarts.
I hope you all changed your minds about Ronald Weasley now,