History Heartwarming / HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire

21st May '18 5:59:48 AM MasterFuzzy
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*** Except for the fact that the choice he makes is stupid, because it gets him killed, and is useless because he can't defend himself in the graveyard. So he falls into the stereotype of a Hufflepuff.
20th May '18 4:23:57 PM JamesSwann
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**** Except for the fact that the choice he makes is stupid, because it gets him killed, and is useless because he can't defend himself in the graveyard. So he falls into the stereotype of a Hufflepuff.
20th May '18 4:20:14 PM JamesSwann
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* [[spoiler:After the two of them are transported to the graveyard,]] Harry's scar begins bursting with pain and he collapses. Cedric immediately drops down to ask him what's wrong and, upon seeing a mysterious figure approaching, stands up and takes out his wand to defend himself and Harry. [[spoiler:Too bad there was nothing he could do to block the Killing curse.]]

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* [[spoiler:After the two of them are transported to the graveyard,]] Harry's scar begins bursting with pain and he collapses. Cedric immediately drops down to ask him what's wrong and, upon seeing a mysterious figure approaching, stands up and takes out his wand to defend himself and Harry. [[spoiler:Too bad there was nothing he could do to block the Killing curse.]]]]
* When all the spirits of people killed with Voldemort's wand emerge and attack him, ''Lily's'' is the first to reach him to give Harry time to escape; once again, Voldemort is beaten by a mother. Her words hurt quite a bit too, because she knows her son won't see her again.
-->'''Lily:''' Sweetheart, you're ready. Let go. Let go!
31st Mar '18 9:01:09 AM MalcolmMiddleReboot
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* [=McGonagall=]'s response after she, Snape and Dumbledore rescue Harry from Crouch Jr, which also doubles as a TearJerker. At first she's close to tears once Harry's out of danger, though she puts up a brave front in MamaBear mode. She notices how shaken Harry is, that he's got an injured leg that hasn't been treated, and whispers to him to come to the hospital wing. When Dumbledore overrides her, she protests, "Dumbledore, he ought to- look at him- he's been through enough tonight-"

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* [=McGonagall=]'s response after she, Snape and Dumbledore rescue Harry from Crouch Jr, which also doubles as a TearJerker. At first she's close to tears once Harry's out of danger, though she puts up a brave front in MamaBear mode. She notices how shaken Harry is, that he's got an injured leg that hasn't been treated, and whispers to him to come to the hospital wing. When Dumbledore overrides her, ''overrides her'', she protests, "Dumbledore, he ought to- look at him- he's been through enough tonight-"
30th Mar '18 2:36:31 PM MalcolmMiddleReboot
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* Dumbledore talking to Harry after the end of the end of year feast ("Remember Cedric") about how he has friends at Hogwarts and isn't alone... then lightly brushes his cheek with his hand on his way out of the room. Dumbledore was rather flamboyant in the film, but that bit right there... *Sigh* He really does love him.

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* Dumbledore talking to Harry after the end of the end of year feast ("Remember Cedric") about how he has friends at Hogwarts and isn't alone... then lightly brushes his cheek with his hand on his way out of the room. Dumbledore was rather flamboyant out-of-character earlier in the film, film ("HARRYDIDYAPUTYANAMEINTHEGOBLETOFFIRE??") but that bit right there... *Sigh* He really does love him.there helped make up for it.



** To some, the fact that they (Steven Kloves) removed the part about him first asking Hermione and being taken by Ginny as a sympathy date makes the whole thing really sweet, as it implies that he was genuinely excited about going with Ginny and that even a nerd like him could get a date.

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** To some, the fact that they (Steven Kloves) Steven Kloves removed the part about him first asking Hermione and being taken by Ginny as a sympathy date makes the whole thing really sweet, as it implies that he was genuinely excited about going with Ginny and that even a nerd like him could get a date.



* Dumbledore and [=McGonagall=] sharing a dance, as do Filch and Mrs. Norris (the latter being more of a CrowningMomentOfFunny).

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* Unlike the book, in which he dances with Professor Sprout and Madame Maxime, neither of whom he interacts with much, Dumbledore and [=McGonagall=] sharing share a dance, as do Filch and Mrs. Norris (the latter being more of a CrowningMomentOfFunny).dance here.
30th Mar '18 12:33:18 PM broncos187
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* Dumbledore and [=McGonagall=] sharing a dance, as do Filch and Mrs. Norris (the latter being more of a CrowningMomentOfFunny).

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* Dumbledore and [=McGonagall=] sharing a dance, as do Filch and Mrs. Norris (the latter being more of a CrowningMomentOfFunny).CrowningMomentOfFunny).
* [[spoiler:After the two of them are transported to the graveyard,]] Harry's scar begins bursting with pain and he collapses. Cedric immediately drops down to ask him what's wrong and, upon seeing a mysterious figure approaching, stands up and takes out his wand to defend himself and Harry. [[spoiler:Too bad there was nothing he could do to block the Killing curse.]]
28th Mar '18 8:43:05 AM MasterFuzzy
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** Furthermore, it's just as sweet for Hermione. This is a {{Bookworm}} whose close friends can be counted on the fingers of one hand, and who, it's implied, has low self-esteem. Now here's one of the most famous people in the Wizarding World, who could get dozens of "admirers" just by crooking a finger...and he chose her, asked ''her'' out, treats her like a beautiful woman (which neither [[PlatonicLifePartners Harry]] nor terminally-oblivious Ron have ever done), gives her a (probably fairly chaste) kiss, and still keeps in touch with her later. How sweet is that?



* [=McGonagall=] gets ''three'' in one scene. She's less than a footfall behind Dumbledore as they burst in on Harry and Moody, she holds an arm out protectively when Harry passes her and ''she'' is the one to hold Barty Crouch Jr at wand's length when he lunges for Harry. It would have been even better if she had given Harry a comforting hug like Mrs. Weasley does in the book, but it's still a good scene for her.
** In fairness, [=McGonagall=] giving him a hug would probably [[TheStoic be out of character]].

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* [=McGonagall=] gets ''three'' in one scene. She's less than a footfall behind Dumbledore as they burst in on Harry and Moody, she holds an arm out protectively when Harry passes her and ''she'' is the one to hold Barty Crouch Jr at wand's length when he lunges for Harry. It would have been even better if she had given Harry a comforting hug like Mrs. Weasley does in the book, but it's still a good scene for her.\n** In fairness, [=McGonagall=] giving him a hug would probably [[TheStoic be out of character]].
22nd Mar '18 11:40:43 AM broncos187
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* Likewise, before the 3rd Task, when the family of each Champion are supposed to turn up to support them, and Harry doesn't think anyone would visit him (the Dursleys certainly wouldn't even if it were possible for Muggles to come); Mrs. Weasley and Bill turn up to cheer him on, as if he were their own.

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* Likewise, before the 3rd Task, when the family of each Champion are supposed to turn up to support them, and Harry doesn't think anyone would visit him (the Dursleys certainly wouldn't even if it were possible for Muggles to come); Mrs. Weasley and Bill turn up to cheer him on, as if he were their own. Bill also tells Harry that Charlie would've come too if he was able to get time off from work.
** The fact that Professor [=McGonagall=] doesn't even explain to Harry that it's the Weasleys and Cedric matter-of-factly comes back from the room to tell Harry "they're waiting for you" shows that even they know that the Weasleys are essentially Harry's family.
16th Mar '18 9:26:11 PM Jayalaw
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* Ron's indignation at Karkaroff's biased scoring with regards to Harry and Krum, and then also Harry realising that most of Hogwarts now support him as much as Cedric.

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* Ron's indignation at Karkaroff's biased scoring with regards to Harry and Krum, and then also Harry realising realizing that most of Hogwarts now support him as much as Cedric.



* [=McGonagall=]'s response after she, Snape and Dumbledore rescue Harry from Crouch Jr, which also doubles as a TearJerker. At first she's close to tears once Harry's out of danger, though she puts up a brave front in MamaBear mode. She notices how shaken Harry is, that he's got an injured leg that hasn't been treated, and whispers to him to come to the hospital wing. When Dumbledore overrides her, she protests, "Dumbledore, he ought to- look at him- he's been through enough tonight-"
* To cap it off, she calls out Fudge for bringing a Dementor in on school grounds, for bothering Harry while the latter is trying to sleep after his rough night, and for claiming that Crouch Jr. was a "raving lunatic" when two people -- Cedric and Crouch Sr. -- are dead because of him. She's a strict professor, but you do ''not'' mess with students in and out of her House.



** In fairness, McGonagall giving him a hug would probably [[TheStoic be out of character]].

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** In fairness, McGonagall [=McGonagall=] giving him a hug would probably [[TheStoic be out of character]].
15th Mar '18 9:48:17 PM akanesarumara
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** But of course they would- they went with Ron to get Harry early in ''Chamber of Secrets''. They saw the worst of the treatment the Dursleys doled out to Harry and aren't about to forgive it.
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