History Heartwarming / HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows

31st Jul '16 12:18:13 PM ilovehirohamada
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* When Ron [[spoiler:comes back]] in ''Deathly Hallows Part 1'' -- the look on his face when he sees Hermione. Quickly turns into a [[MoodWhiplash Crowning Moment of Funny]] when Hermione responds with "You've been gone for ''months'' and all you can do is say ''HEY''?!"

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* When Ron [[spoiler:comes back]] in ''Deathly Hallows Part 1'' -- the look on his face when he sees Hermione. Quickly turns into a [[MoodWhiplash Crowning Moment of Funny]] when Hermione responds with "You've been gone for ''months'' "You show up here after ''weeks'' and all you can do is say ''HEY''?!"
17th Jun '16 9:27:35 AM FlashSteps
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* In the ''Deathly Hallows Part 1'' film, the scene where Harry dances with Hermione in an attempt to cheer her up. This was thought up for the film, and is immensely effective. Two people who have an unconditional, platonic love for each other, holding off the despair and hopelessness together. The reason this scene works so great is that it's also Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson dancing, two young adults having grown up together, and this togetherness is coming to a real end, as well as their characters' lives could be (they both could die, technically speaking, from their characters' POV.)* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtK5ZQUmsms This deleted scene]] of Dudley thanking Harry. There's not even much dialogue, but the meaning is conveyed perfectly through the awkwardness of the moment.

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* In the ''Deathly Hallows Part 1'' film, the scene where Harry dances with Hermione in an attempt to cheer her up. This was thought up for the film, and is immensely effective. Two people who have an unconditional, platonic love for each other, holding off the despair and hopelessness together. The reason this scene works so great is that it's also Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson dancing, two young adults having grown up together, and this togetherness is coming to a real end, as well as their characters' lives could be (they both could die, technically speaking, from their characters' POV.)* )
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[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtK5ZQUmsms This deleted scene]] of Dudley thanking Harry. There's not even much dialogue, but the meaning is conveyed perfectly through the awkwardness of the moment.
27th May '16 2:34:43 PM JohnPrestwick
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* "Do not pity the dead Harry, pity the living, and above all, those who live without love."
6th May '16 4:30:01 AM HermioneP
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* The fact that Monsieur Delacour seems to have helped Fleur and Bill choose their birthday present, a magical shaver, for Harry, since he was the person who explained about how good it is, and how to use it. He and his wife had also brought chocolates for Harry. After growing up with blood relatives who didn't treat him like family, it's heartwarming to know even the in-laws-to-be of his "adoptive" family [[spoiler: and future in-laws]] took the time to get him presents.
20th Jan '16 12:36:50 AM stormofhale
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* Shortly after Harry leaves several people of the Order are seen setting up some forcefield that just closes around Hogwarts. We see all those people we are familiar with; [=McGonagall=], Molly, prof. Flitwick. They all mutter the same Latin sentences about protection against enemies. Then we see Horace Slughorn. A massively hedonistic, cowardly SLYTHERIN. And the head of Slytherin to top it off. And then he stands there, helping the Order, knowing that he could possibly die by doing so and would have been gladly accepted by Voldemort -- he is a Slytherin after all -- and he just mutters the same phrase in Latin that the others say: "Protego Maxima, Fianto Duri, Homenium Repellium." Thereby accepting his faith and choosing to stay in Hogwarts to help the Order. And knowing what he says in Latin makes it even worse.

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* Shortly after Harry leaves several people of the Order are seen setting up some forcefield that just closes around Hogwarts. We see all those people we are familiar with; [=McGonagall=], Molly, prof. Flitwick. They all mutter the same Latin sentences about protection against enemies. Then we see Horace Slughorn. A massively hedonistic, cowardly SLYTHERIN. And the head of Slytherin to top it off. And then he stands there, helping the Order, knowing that he could possibly die by doing so and would have been gladly accepted by Voldemort -- he is a Slytherin after all -- and he just mutters stands with the other Hogwarts professors, muttering the same phrase in Latin protective charms that the others say: "Protego Maxima, Fianto Duri, Homenium Repellium." Thereby accepting his faith and choosing to stay in Hogwarts to help the Order. And knowing what he says in Latin makes it even worse.
6th Jan '16 5:11:04 PM CJCroen1393
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** A more subtle one, but just before the dragon escapes there's not one but ''two'' scenes of the poor creature looking up at a distant light source in the ceiling. It goes on to climb as quickly as possible, knowing that it's mere seconds away from freedom and [[TheDeterminator refusing to give up until it gets there]].

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** A more subtle one, but just before the dragon escapes there's not one but ''two'' scenes a shot of the poor creature looking up at a distant light source in the ceiling. It goes on to climb as quickly as possible, knowing that it's mere seconds away from freedom and [[TheDeterminator refusing to give up until it gets there]].
31st Dec '15 10:57:29 PM UrthWyrm
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* There's a brief scene where Harry sees Cho Chang, and the two exchange a couple of smiles as they wave to one another. Even though they're no longer a couple, it's at least comforting to know that the two remained as AmicableExes, considering the fifth movie never featured [[spoiler: Harry or anyone else forgiving Cho on screen for ratting out Dumbledore's Army under the influence of Veritisareum after Snape revealed that bit of info. It was somewhat disconcerting that this particular plot point was dropped without any resolution in the fifth film, so it's nice that the filmmakers were willing to show Harry, in the long run, didn't hold what happened against Cho.]]

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* There's a brief scene where Harry sees Cho Chang, and the two exchange a couple of smiles as they wave to one another. Even though they're no longer a couple, it's at least comforting to know that the two remained as AmicableExes, considering the fifth movie never featured [[spoiler: Harry or anyone else forgiving Cho on screen for ratting out Dumbledore's Army under the influence of Veritisareum after Snape revealed that bit of info. It was somewhat disconcerting that this particular plot point was dropped without any resolution in the fifth film, so it's nice that the filmmakers were willing to show Harry, in the long run, didn't hold what happened against Cho.]]]]
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19th Oct '15 2:58:48 PM omegafire17
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** Yet even with her intent to kill, she ''still'' holds back... why? [[MamaBear Because students are nearby.]] If she was fighting Snape without that risk, no doubt she'd be throwing far more destructive magic at him.
19th Aug '15 11:49:59 AM BenBanjo87
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* [[spoiler:The graveyard scene]] in ''Deathly Hallows''. After searching for a while, Hermione finds [[spoiler:Harry's parents' grave]]. After seeing it, she calls Harry. Harry, seeing the grave, starts wishing for some flowers. Hermione, as if reading his mind, conjures flowers, and gives them to Harry so that he can put them on the grave. After that, Harry starts crying, and the book describes the tears falling on the snow and melting. Leaving the graveyard, Harry puts an arm around Hermione's shoulders and she wraps her arm around Harry's waist.

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* [[spoiler:The graveyard scene]] in ''Deathly Hallows''. After searching for a while, Hermione finds [[spoiler:Harry's parents' grave]]. After seeing it, she calls Harry. Harry, seeing the grave, starts wishing for some flowers. Hermione, as if reading his mind, conjures flowers, and gives them to Harry so that he can put them on the grave. After that, Harry starts crying, cries silently over the grave, and the book describes the tears falling on the snow and melting. Leaving the graveyard, Harry puts an arm around Hermione's shoulders and she wraps her arm around Harry's waist.
7th Aug '15 8:45:10 AM akanesarumara
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** It bears adding that that scene after Voldemort's death where the Malfoys are sitting together is not only a much-deserved closure after what they have all been through but also after news start coming in. Including news of Death Eaters being caught or else running away in the whole country. Which means two things. One: the Malfoys said, to hell with potential Azkaban, we are just way too happy to be together and that it is all over. Two: everyone else said "Well let them have a moment, why ruin it for them? It's all over."
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