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Discussion: Controversial Harry Potter Opinions

The 2018 Discussion Challenge is hosted by Feed Your Fiction Addiction & It Starts At Midnight A few weeks ago, there was a thread on Twitter for the controversial Harry Potter hills you’re willing to die on. I wanted to add my opinions to the thread, but I discovered that I have too many opinions. I’m one of those weirdos who will gleefully waste her time overanalyzing a children’s book. Since my thoughts are too big for a Tweet, I’m going to inflict a whole blog post of Harry Potter opinions on you. Aren't you lucky? There are spoilers. Beware. Also, I’m putting on my flameproof armor now. This might get messy . . . . Controversial Harry Potter Opinions 1. Harry, Ron, and Hermione were often terrible friends to each other. I wish Hermione had gotten more friends as an adult and ended up with someone better than Ron. Actually, I didn’t like any of the romances in the books. Why did they all have to marry their school friends? How often does that happen in real life? 2. Snape and Dumbledore are complex and well-written characters. They're some of the most fascinating fictional people in modern children's literature. I'm glad they exist. But, they aren’t heroes. Snape bullied children because he couldn’t get over his own teenage romance. Spending your whole life obsessing over your teenage crush isn’t romantic. It’s creepy. Dumbledore is reckless and should not have been allowed to run a school. Harry shouldn’t have named his kids after Snape and Dumbledore. (Wouldn't the Weasleys have been a better choice for names?) Still, I love Snape and Dumbledore as characters. You know that they're great characters if we're still talking about them 20 years after they came into the world. 3. I actually like the dancing scene in the seventh movie. I agree that it’s out of character for Hermione and Harry, but it changes the tone and signals the end of Ron’s drama. (Can you tell that I’m not the biggest Ron fan? His angst in Deathly Hallows irritated me. He knew what he was signing up for when he agreed to search for Hallows.) 4. Where are Harry’s grandparents? I was caught off-guard when I learned that Harry’s parents were 21 when they died. I assumed they were older because Harry doesn’t have grandparents. Where are they? These books have some giant holes in the worldbuilding! Another frustrating hole: Why can owls find people, but the Wizarding government can’t? Hedwig has no trouble delivering mail to Sirius. Can’t the government just follow the birds? 5. I liked the first Fantastic Beasts movie and have seen it several times. I'll probably end up seeing the second one eventually. Cursed Child, however, is dead to me. I'm sure the actual play is lovely and entertaining, but reading the script was painful. The plot is silly and the book characters act very out-of-character. I'm okay with JK Rowling expanding her fictional world, but maybe we should leave the original series and main characters alone? 6. I'm (mostly) happy with the real ending of the series, but I wouldn’t have been mad at either of these endings: It’s revealed that Harry isn’t a wizard at all. He’s just a normal kid who has been locked in a broom cupboard for years. He made up the wizard stuff to keep himself entertained. This would explain the worldbuilding holes. Neville was actually The Chosen One. Everyone ignored him because Harry looks and acts more like a stereotypical hero. 7. Voldemort could have been a lot more complicated. We got some of his backstory, but it wasn’t enough for me. We needed more Voldemort! 8. Draco Malfoy would have fewer fans if Tom Felton was ugly or a bad actor. I think a lot of people love Malfoy because Felton was good at playing him in the movies. I don't completely understand the Malfoy love. I like him as a character; I wouldn't want to know him in real life. A redemption arc would have been cool, but I'm not angry that it didn't happen. 9. Even though I’m a proud Ravenclaw, I don’t think the house system should exist. It causes problems in the Wizarding World. The first thing that Harry learns about Slytherins is that “they’re evil.” Slapping labels on eleven year olds is not a good way to build a healthy society. Especially because the kids can’t change their labels. They’re only sorted once. I know that traditions and stereotypes are hard to change, but why does literally no one realize that the house system is broken? 10. I don’t like Hagrid. Mostly because his dialect is inconsistent in the American editions of the books, which annoyed me. I kept hoping he’d die so I didn’t have to read it anymore. (Haha, that sounds awful.) Even though I'm not a Hagrid lover, I wondered why nothing changed when he was proven innocent of opening The Chamber of Secrets. Since he’s innocent, was he given a real wand or allowed to attend adult wizarding school? The books gloss over this whole wrongful expulsion thing. I think that was a huge missed opportunity for character development. Hagrid could have been more dynamic and interesting. What are your controversial thoughts about popular books?

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Harry Potter: 10 Hysterical Dursley Logic Memes

The Dursleys are not the most logical people in Harry Potter. Check out these hilarious Dursley logic memes to find out more.

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