History Film / HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows

15th May '16 7:57:56 PM The12thDoctor
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3rd May '16 7:37:45 AM Chris116
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** Remus and Tonks in a blink-and-you-miss-it scene where Tonks is apparently about to announce her pregnancy too, but is interrupted. Their relationship is not mentioned again, until [[spoiler: the resurrection stone scene]] in part 2 when Harry is magically aware of their son Teddy's existence.

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** Remus and Tonks in a blink-and-you-miss-it scene where Tonks is apparently about to announce her pregnancy too, but is interrupted. Their relationship is not mentioned again, until [[spoiler: the resurrection stone Resurrection Stone scene]] in part Part 2 when Harry is magically aware of their son Teddy's existence.



** The reason why Harry doesn't realize Bathilda Bagshot is possessed by Nagini in the seventh film is because he is a Parselmouth snake-talk appears to him as human speech, unlike the gibberish it is to others. In the movie, we hear him and possessed Bathilda talk in Parseltongue from an observer's viewpoint.

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** The reason why Harry doesn't realize Bathilda Bagshot is possessed by Nagini in the seventh film is because he is a Parselmouth snake-talk appears to him as human speech, unlike the gibberish it is to others. In the movie, we hear him and possessed Bathilda talk in Parseltongue from an observer's viewpoint.



* AdaptationalVillainy: Unlike his counterpart in the books, who was definitely under the Imperius Curse, Pius Thicknesse is implied to have joined the Death Eaters and Voldemort of his free will. He seems very tense compared to the other Death Eaters in the room, so it could be inferred that he may have been coerced into cooperating against his will, while not actually being under the Imperius Curse.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: AdaptationalVillainy:
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Unlike his counterpart in the books, who was definitely under the Imperius Curse, Pius Thicknesse is implied to have joined the Death Eaters and Voldemort of his free will. He seems very tense compared to the other Death Eaters in the room, so it could be inferred that he may have been coerced into cooperating against his will, while not actually being under the Imperius Curse.



* AdultFear: Induced during the fight with Nagini, Harry falls through a wall and Nagini follows him; the room at the other side? A nursery... now with a GIANT snake in it. Eep...
** It's also an allusion to the fact that Harry was a baby in Godric's Hollow, and thus it's not the first time he was involved in a fight in a nursery there.

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* AdultFear: Induced during the fight with Nagini, Harry falls through a wall and Nagini follows him; the room at the other side? A nursery... now with a GIANT snake in it. Eep...
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It's also an allusion to the fact that Harry was a baby in Godric's Hollow, and thus it's not the first time he was involved in a fight in a nursery there.



* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: Of all of the many hundreds of Ministry of Magic workers the trio could have used for polyjuice potion, Hermione becomes a petite brunette, Harry becomes an average height guy with black hair, and Ron is, wait for it, a tall ginger. Justified since the trio are implied to have scouted the Ministry before going in and picked which people they were going to impersonate, though arguably the sensible thing to do would've been to find people who looked nothing like them.\\\

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* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: Of all of the many hundreds of Ministry of Magic workers the trio could have used for polyjuice potion, Hermione becomes a petite brunette, Harry becomes an average height guy with black hair, and Ron is, wait for it, a tall ginger. Justified since the The trio are implied to have scouted the Ministry before going in and picked which people they were going to impersonate, though arguably the sensible thing to do would've been to find people who looked nothing like them.\\\



* TheCameo: Frances de la Tour returns for a quick one as Madam Maxime at Bill and Fleur's wedding.

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* TheCameo: Frances de la Tour returns for a quick one as Madam Madame Maxime at Bill and Fleur's wedding.



* DyingMomentOfAwesome: [[spoiler:Dobby after he was stabbed by Bellatrix.]] "Such a beautiful place, to be with friends..." *sobsob*

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* DyingMomentOfAwesome: [[spoiler:Dobby after he was stabbed is killed by Bellatrix.]] "Such a beautiful place, to be Bellatrix with friends..." *sobsob*a knife while Disapparating to get the gang to safety.]]



* EvenEvilHasStandards: If you pay attention as Nagini was about to eat Charity Burbage's corpse, you can see few Death Eaters are visibly terrified, although more vicious Death Eaters like Bellatrix and Dolohov seem fascinated instead.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: If you pay attention as As Nagini was is about to eat Charity Burbage's corpse, you can see few Death Eaters are visibly terrified, although more vicious Death Eaters like Bellatrix and Dolohov seem fascinated instead.



** During the "Tale of the Three Brothers" segment, the elder wand resembles Dumbledore's Wand.

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** During the "Tale of the Three Brothers" segment, the elder wand Elder Wand resembles Dumbledore's Wand.



* HeadphonesEqualIsolation: The waitress at the diner is in the kitchen with her back turned and headphones playing music on, and doesn't hear the loud and destructive wand battle between the Trio and a pair of Death Eaters. The sound of the cappuccino machine [[FridgeBrilliance probably drowned out the noise too]].
* HearingVoices: Ron and the Put-Outer.

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* HeadphonesEqualIsolation: The waitress at the diner is in the kitchen with her back turned and headphones playing music on, and doesn't hear the loud and destructive wand battle between the Trio and a pair of Death Eaters. The sound of the cappuccino machine [[FridgeBrilliance probably drowned out the noise too]].
Eaters.
* HearingVoices: Ron and the Put-Outer.Deluminator.



* [[spoiler:SacrificialLion: Dobby and Mad-Eye Moody.]]

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* [[spoiler:SacrificialLion: Dobby and SacrificialLion:
** [[spoiler:
Mad-Eye Moody.Moody and Hedwig are the first casualties of the film. Mad-Eye's death proves that not even the toughest of the heroes are safe, and like in the book, Hedwig's death represents the end of Harry's childhood for good.]]
** [[spoiler: Dobby, though to a lesser extent than in the book. In the book, his death convinces Harry to focus on the Horcruxes over the Hallows. Meanwhile in the film, while his death is no less tragic, there's no mention of this epiphany taking place.
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-->'''[[ThirdPersonPerson Dobby]]:''' Dobby never meant to kill. Dobby only meant to maim or seriously injure.

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-->'''[[ThirdPersonPerson Dobby]]:''' -->'''Dobby:''' Dobby never meant to kill. Dobby only meant to maim or seriously injure.



** Additionally, we see more of the preparations around Hogwarts for the battle, like Kingsley manning people at the towers to fend off the Death Eaters.]]



* AdaptationalVillainy: The book made a point about ''all'' underage students being evacuated regardless of house. Aberforth suggests holding Slytherins hostage, and when Harry counters that Albus wouldn't approve, it's another major factor in rallying him to help out. Here, [=McGonagall=] orders the Slytherins locked up in the dungeons after Pansy tries to get Hogwarts to surrender Harry, and the students aren't evacuated ''at all''.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: AdaptationalVillainy:
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The book made a point about ''all'' underage students being evacuated regardless of house. Aberforth suggests holding Slytherins hostage, and when Harry counters that Albus wouldn't approve, it's another major factor in rallying him to help out. Here, [=McGonagall=] ''[=McGonagall=]'' orders the Slytherins locked up in the dungeons after Pansy tries to get Hogwarts to surrender Harry, and the students aren't evacuated ''at all''.all''.
** Though just as smug and unpleasant as he was in the book, Griphook betrays Harry here out of petty spite, while in the book it was due to a sense that Harry wouldn't keep his word in handing over the Sword of Gryffindor.



* TheBigDamnKiss: Between Ron and Hermione [[spoiler:after destroying the Hufflepuff's Cup Horcrux and being engulfed in a torrent of water caused by it]].
* BigNo: Happens a lot. Ginny Weasley cries a couple of rather impressive ones when it is believed that Harry, who she's been deeply in love with through the whole series, is dead.

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* TheBigDamnKiss: BigDamnKiss: Between Ron and Hermione [[spoiler:after destroying the Hufflepuff's Cup Horcrux and being engulfed in a torrent of water caused by it]].
* BigNo: Happens a lot. Ginny Weasley cries a couple of rather impressive ones when it is believed that Harry, who she's been deeply in love with through the whole series, Harry is dead.



* CleavageWindow: On Hermione when she arrests their fall in Gringots, due to her wearing Bellatrix's clothes.

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* CleavageWindow: On Hermione when she arrests their fall during the gang's mission in Gringots, Gringotts, due to her wearing Bellatrix's clothes.



* DeathByAdaptation
** [[spoiler:Scabior, Griphook, Gregory Goyle and Pius Thicknesse. Possibly Fenrir Greyback; it's really unclear.]]
** [[spoiler:Lavender]]'s death, confirmed by WordOfGod.
* DeflectorShields: Hogwarts is surrounded by one during the Battle of Hogwarts.

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* DeathByAdaptation
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DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler:Scabior, Griphook, Gregory Goyle and Pius Thicknesse. Possibly Likely Fenrir Greyback; it's really unclear.Greenback as well. Lavender's death was confirmed by WordOfGod.]]
** [[spoiler:Lavender]]'s death, confirmed by WordOfGod.
* DeflectorShields: Hogwarts is surrounded by one during as a preemptive measure when [=McGonagall=] decides to make a fight out of the Battle of Hogwarts.situation.



** [[spoiler: Snape]]'s death scene is even more graphic than the book, with Voldemort slashing [[spoiler: Snape]]'s throat open with Sectumsempra then having Nagini {{finish him}}, with blood splattering on the walls. And this is coming from filmmakers who cut [[spoiler: Wormtail]]'s death scene due to "suicide" (which it technically wasn't) being too "graphic."
** It's debatable as to which is more graphic. In the book Nagini bit him several times and, while no blood is specifically stated to have splattered, it did gush from his mouth, ears, nose and eyes, along with the memory that Harry has to collect and put into a phial for evidence. And there is a discretion shot in the movie.
** From the same film, [[spoiler: Bellatrix's]] death. In the book, [[spoiler: Molly]] simply hit her with an unidentified spell that killed her instantly. In the film, a spell causes her corset to tighten (likely crushing her internal organs and ribs) and is hit by another that blows her into embers.

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** [[spoiler: Snape]]'s death scene is even more graphic than the book, scene, with Voldemort slashing [[spoiler: Snape]]'s throat open with Sectumsempra then having Nagini {{finish him}}, with blood splattering on the walls. And this is coming from filmmakers who cut [[spoiler: Wormtail]]'s death scene due to "suicide" (which it technically wasn't) being too "graphic."
** It's debatable as to which is more graphic. In the book Nagini bit him several times and, while no blood is specifically stated to have splattered, it did gush from his mouth, ears, nose and eyes, along with the memory that Harry has to collect and put into a phial for evidence. And there is a discretion shot in the movie.
** From the same film,
[[spoiler: Bellatrix's]] death. In the book, [[spoiler: Molly]] simply hit her with an unidentified spell that killed her instantly. In the film, a spell causes her corset to tighten (likely crushing her internal organs and ribs) and is hit by another that blows her into embers.



* SceneryGorn: Hogwarts half-destroyed.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: As the final battle of Hogwarts begins, Narcissa and Draco are calmly, but quickly, walking away from Hogwarts as Lucius follows making sure they aren't noticed.

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* SceneryGorn: Hogwarts half-destroyed.
is half-destroyed by the battle.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: As ScrewThisImOuttaHere:
**As
the final battle of Hogwarts begins, Narcissa and Draco are calmly, but quickly, walking away from Hogwarts as Lucius follows making sure they aren't noticed.



** Rowling had wanted ''Film/{{Brazil}}'' director Creator/TerryGilliam to direct ''Film/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone'' but Warner Bros opted for Creator/ChrisColumbus instead. As a shout-out to Gilliam David Yates portrayed the death-eater infested Ministry of Magic in a way similar to the Ministry of Information in ''Brazil''.

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** Rowling had wanted ''Film/{{Brazil}}'' director Creator/TerryGilliam to direct ''Film/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone'' but Warner Bros opted for Creator/ChrisColumbus instead. As a shout-out to Gilliam David Yates portrayed the death-eater Death-Eater infested Ministry of Magic in a way similar to the Ministry of Information in ''Brazil''.



* TrashTheSet: Hogwarts gets utterly ''destroyed''. One of the biggest laughs is, after the final battle, whilst all the main characters are resting and congratulating themselves, Argus Filch, a Squib with no magical ability, starts to clean up the mess ''with a push broom.''

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* TrashTheSet: Hogwarts gets utterly ''destroyed''. One of the biggest laughs is, after the final battle, whilst all the main characters are resting and congratulating themselves, Argus Filch, a Squib with no magical ability, starts decides to start trying to clean up the mess ''with a push broom.''



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Wormtail's death is cut from ''Deathly Hallows Part 1'', but [[spoiler:Wormtail doesn't appear at all in ''Part 2''. Timothy Spall was originally intended to reprise the role in ''Part 2'', suggesting that he was intended to be killed off anyway, but his part ended up being cut]]. Some believe [[spoiler:Dobby's attack killed him]], or that [[spoiler: he is among those killed by Voldemort at the beginning of Part 2 after the Gringotts scene]].
** Crabbe fits this trope when he doesn't appear in ''Deathly Hallows Part 2'' (where Goyle does), although there was a reason the filmmakers cut him out (his actor, Jamie Waylett, was arrested for possession of drugs). Still, it wouldn't have been too hard to at least give mention to him in the Room of Requirement scene.
*** Filmmakers prefer not to give mention to forever-absent characters as it draws explicit attention to their disappearance, pulling the audience away from the moment at hand; this was Christopher Nolan's reasoning to not mention The Joker in ''The Dark Knight Rises''.
*** Which is more than a little ridiculous considering that this is the 8th movie of a franchise that had the actor in all of the previous movies, making it impossible to not have his absence ruin whatever mood the filmmakers thought they were preserving by not mentioning it.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: WhatHappenedToTheMouse:
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Wormtail's death is cut from ''Deathly Hallows Part 1'', but [[spoiler:Wormtail doesn't appear at all in ''Part 2''. Timothy Spall was originally intended to reprise the role in ''Part 2'', suggesting that he was intended to be killed off anyway, but his part ended up being cut]]. Some believe [[spoiler:Dobby's attack killed him]], or that [[spoiler: he is among those killed by Voldemort at the beginning of Part 2 after the Gringotts scene]].
** Crabbe fits this trope when he doesn't appear in ''Deathly Hallows Part 2'' (where Goyle does), although there was a reason the filmmakers cut him out (his actor, Jamie Waylett, was arrested for possession of drugs). Still, it wouldn't have been too hard to at least give mention to him in the Room of Requirement scene.\n*** Filmmakers prefer not to give mention to forever-absent characters as it draws explicit attention to their disappearance, pulling the audience away from the moment at hand; this was Christopher Nolan's reasoning to not mention The Joker in ''The Dark Knight Rises''.\n*** Which is more than a little ridiculous considering that this is the 8th movie of a franchise that had the actor in all of the previous movies, making it impossible to not have his absence ruin whatever mood the filmmakers thought they were preserving by not mentioning it.
2nd May '16 1:55:33 PM Anddrix
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** Clothes with a remarkable resemblance to those he wore in the lighthouse in ''Sorceror's Stone'', where the adventures began.



* ShoutOut: Voldemort's death is one here. It's best described as him dissolving into dust, flesh and musculature and cartilage. [[Manga/FullMetalAlchemist Sound familiar to anyone? Guess this makes him a Homunculus...]]

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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Voldemort's death is one here. It's best described as him dissolving into dust, flesh and musculature and cartilage. [[Manga/FullMetalAlchemist Sound familiar to anyone? Guess this makes him a Homunculus...]]



** Rowling had wanted Brazil director Terry Gilliam to direct Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's stone but Warner Bros opted for Chris Columbus instead. As a shout-out to Gilliam David Yates portrayed the death-eater infested Ministry of Magic in a way similar to the Ministry of Information in Brazil

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** Rowling had wanted Brazil ''Film/{{Brazil}}'' director Terry Gilliam Creator/TerryGilliam to direct Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's stone ''Film/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone'' but Warner Bros opted for Chris Columbus Creator/ChrisColumbus instead. As a shout-out to Gilliam David Yates portrayed the death-eater infested Ministry of Magic in a way similar to the Ministry of Information in Brazil ''Brazil''.
2nd May '16 1:47:49 PM Landis
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** Clothes with a remarkable resemblance to those he wore in the lighthouse in ''Sorceror's Stone'', where the adventures began.
1st May '16 8:50:25 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* AdaptationalContextChange: The interrupted kiss in the book is a minor TearJerker, as Ron intentionally breaks it up in anger. In the film it's played for comedy, with George walking in on them (and actually trying to keep quiet).
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* MillionMookMarch: Averted; when Voldemort's men think they've won they just shuffle wearily across the bridge to Hogwarts, exhausted after fighting all night. They only regain their arrogant bravado after Neville pretends he's going to join them. [[spoiler: Then there's the reaction when Harry reveals to still be alive, forcing many of them to [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere]]to avoid the inevitable consequences]] once Harry and Voldemort's final face-off ends.]]

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* MillionMookMarch: Averted; when Voldemort's men think they've won they just shuffle wearily across the bridge to Hogwarts, exhausted after fighting all night. They only regain their arrogant bravado after Neville pretends he's going to join them. [[spoiler: Then there's the reaction when Harry reveals to still be alive, forcing many of them to [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere]]to ScrewThisImOuttaHere to avoid the inevitable consequences]] once Harry and Voldemort's final face-off ends.]]
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: If you pay attention as Nagini was about to eat Charity Burbage's corpse, you can see few Death Eaters are visibly terrified, although more vicious Death Eaters like Bellatrix and Dolohov seem fascinated instead.
21st Apr '16 10:54:31 AM Phoenixion
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* ContinuityNod: When Harry and Hermione arrive in Godric's Hollow, Hermione says she still thinks they should have used polyjuice potion. (In the book, they do use polyjuice potion, but in the film its cheaper and more moving for the graveyard scene, to use the actual actors.)

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* ContinuityNod: ContinuityNod:
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When Harry and Hermione arrive in Godric's Hollow, Hermione says she still thinks they should have used polyjuice potion. (In the book, they do use polyjuice potion, but in the film its cheaper and more moving for the graveyard scene, to use the actual actors.)
** In the movie continuity, Harry didn't meet Bill until this movie, which is why Bill properly introduces himself here. (In the book, they first met in the fourth book.
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* AdaptationalHeroism: Well, it takes ''much'' less to convince Aberforth to help out than in the book.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: AdaptationalHeroism:
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Well, it takes ''much'' less to convince Aberforth to help out than in the book.book.
** The Prince's Tale segment leaves out [[spoiler: Snape first asking to only save Lily, not caring if Harry and James die, and has him beg for everyone's safety from the start]].
** Almost with Draco. A scene was filmed where he [[spoiler: breaks ranks with the Death Eaters and throws Harry his wand after it's revealed he's still alive]] - but it was cut from the final film.
* AdaptationalModesty: Harry is naked when [[spoiler: he wakes up in the AfterlifeAntechamber]]. In the film he's already wearing clothes.



* BondVillainStupidity: While Voldemort has insisted that he has to be the one to kill Harry, evidently that does not extend to personally making sure he's absolutely dead.

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* BondVillainStupidity: BondVillainStupidity:
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While Voldemort has insisted that he has to be the one to kill Harry, evidently that does not extend to personally making sure he's absolutely dead.



* CallBack: When Sirius points out that "we're here" - meaning Harry's heart - it's a call back to when he said the same thing at the end of ''Film/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban''.

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* CallBack: CallBack:
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When Sirius points out that "we're here" - meaning Harry's heart - it's a call back to when he said the same thing at the end of ''Film/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban''.



* DemotedToExtra: Anybody who isn't Harry, Ron, Hermione, Voldemort, Snape, [=McGonagall=], Neville, or Luna only ends up with a couple of lines or a one-scene minimum.

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* DemotedToExtra: DemotedToExtra:
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Anybody who isn't Harry, Ron, Hermione, Voldemort, Snape, [=McGonagall=], Neville, or Luna only ends up with a couple of lines or a one-scene minimum.



* DisneyVillainDeath:
** [[spoiler: Goyle falls to his death from the top of a pile of junk in the Room of Requirement. Into the fiendfyre but still]].
** Fenrir Greyback is blasted out the window by Hermione after [[spoiler: he kills Lavender]].



* OhCrap: The students gasp when Snape pulls out his wand but back away, screaming at the sight of Professor [=McGonagall=]; they back away even more when she fires her first spell, for they can see that shit has hit the fan and will not be coming off of it for a while.

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* OhCrap: OhCrap:
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The students gasp when Snape pulls out his wand but back away, screaming at the sight of Professor [=McGonagall=]; they back away even more when she fires her first spell, for they can see that shit has hit the fan and will not be coming off of it for a while.



* OohMeAccentsSlipping: Kelly [=MacDonald=] plays the Grey Lady with an English accent but when she becomes enraged, her natural Scottish accent comes out.
** This is also a cunning sly move on the casting agents' part; Rowena Ravenclaw is from "the glens" which are in Scotland, so it makes sense that her daughter would, in turn, be Scottish.

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* OohMeAccentsSlipping: Kelly [=MacDonald=] plays the Grey Lady with an English accent but when she becomes enraged, her natural Scottish accent comes out.
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out. This is also a cunning sly move on the casting agents' part; Rowena Ravenclaw is from "the glens" which are in Scotland, so it makes sense that her daughter would, in turn, be Scottish.Scottish.
* TheOphelia: Helena Ravenclaw is portrayed this way, in contrast to her proud and haughty description in the books.



* PromotedToLoveInterest: [[spoiler: Neville and Luna, which wasn't in the books. Matthew Lewis claims it was "a summer fling" before they moved onto their canon partners.]]



* TranquilFury: As [[spoiler:Professor [=McGonagall=] calmly and silently [[CurbStompBattle completely overwhelms]] the Carrow siblings as well as Snape at the Great Hall, knocking out the former and forcing the latter to flee]].

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* TranquilFury: TranquilFury:
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As [[spoiler:Professor [=McGonagall=] calmly and silently [[CurbStompBattle completely overwhelms]] the Carrow siblings as well as Snape at the Great Hall, knocking out the former and forcing the latter to flee]].



* TrashTheSet: Hogwarts gets utterly ''destroyed''.
** One of the biggest laughs is, after the final battle, whilst all the main characters are resting and congratulating themselves, Argus Filch, a Squib with no magical ability, starts to clean up the mess ''with a push broom.''

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* TrashTheSet: Hogwarts gets utterly ''destroyed''.
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''destroyed''. One of the biggest laughs is, after the final battle, whilst all the main characters are resting and congratulating themselves, Argus Filch, a Squib with no magical ability, starts to clean up the mess ''with a push broom.''


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* WasnThatFun: After Minerva casts a spell to bring the suits of armour to life, she giddily says to Molly "I've always wanted to use that spell."
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* WhamShot: In one scene during the Battle of Hogwarts, Harry, Ron, and Hermione encounter [[spoiler:Fenrir Greyback killing an unknown student]]. After Hermione defeats him, the camera cuts to the victim's face; it's [[spoiler:Lavender Brown]].
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