History TearJerker / HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows

20th Jun '18 7:49:35 AM PeaceAndLove
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[[caption-width-right:300:You've been so brave]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:You've [[caption-width-right:300:''You've been so brave]]brave...'']]
8th Jun '18 7:06:58 PM omegafire17
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*** Not just avoiding a troll with a club. Soon after they run from giant spiders, then encounter dementors. Things from the first three books, the ones where there was still a moderately happy ending and good, innocent people didn't die.
** Worse still is that this was the very last scene to be filmed.
8th Jun '18 7:06:20 PM omegafire17
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** What makes it worse is the fact that Hogwarts is being torn apart and damaged in battle as this happens. ''Hogwarts''. The safest place in the world until now, the place Harry always felt at home, the place we've seen all these wonderful adventures and amazing moments happen, the place many of us viewers grew up loving and dreaming of going to. And now, it's not safe anymore, it's an all-out warzone, and it is crumbling around everyone. For many viewers, it was like watching your own home being destroyed!

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** Not just avoiding a troll with a club. Soon after they run from giant spiders, then encounter dementors. Things from the first three books, the ones where there was still a moderately happy ending and good, innocent people didn't die. Worse still is that this was the very last scene to be filmed.
** What makes it worse is the fact that Hogwarts is being torn apart and damaged in battle as this happens. ''Hogwarts''. The safest place in the world until now, the place Harry always felt at home, the place we've seen all these wonderful adventures and amazing moments happen, the place many of us viewers grew up loving and dreaming of going to. And now, it's not safe anymore, it's an all-out warzone, and it is crumbling around everyone. The very first scene that drives this reality home is the shot of the Quidditch Pitch, which was set on fire and had towers crumbling, even though it certainly wasn't an important target ''at all''... and it's implied the Death Eaters did that damage just the heck of it. For many viewers, it was like watching your own home being destroyed!destroyed.
25th May '18 12:18:47 PM BenDover
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[[caption-width-right:350:"Such a lovely place...to be with friends...Dobby is happy...to be with his friend...Harry Potter..."]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:"Such [[caption-width-right:350:[[spoiler:"Such a lovely place...beautiful place it is...to be with friends...Dobby is happy...to be with his friend...Harry Potter..."]]"]]]]
25th May '18 12:16:45 PM BenDover
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"[[spoiler:Here lies Dobby, a free elf.]]"'']]

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/l23664909_9875.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"[[spoiler:Here lies Dobby,
org/pmwiki/pub/images/dobby_1.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:"Such
a free elf.]]"'']]lovely place...to be with friends...Dobby is happy...to be with his friend...Harry Potter..."]]
21st May '18 12:42:47 PM Belphegor
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** And it continues throughout the movie in the subtlest most understated way. When the Trio Disapparate to escape the attack on the Burrow, they wind up near a theatre that Hermione says she used to frequent with her parents. Later they go to Dean's Woods, also where Hermione used to go with her parents. Both times she chooses the location, claiming she doesn't know why it came to herů Even though she isn't crying or even talking about it, it's obvious she's thinking about them the entire film.

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** And it continues throughout the movie in the subtlest most understated way. When the Trio Disapparate to escape the attack on the Burrow, they wind up near a theatre that Hermione says she used to frequent with her parents. Later they go to Dean's Woods, the Forest of Dean, also where Hermione used to go with her parents. Both times she chooses the location, claiming she doesn't know why it came to herů Even though she isn't crying or even talking about it, it's obvious she's thinking about them the entire film.
19th May '18 8:14:37 AM Belphegor
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* Everything about [[spoiler:Fred's death. Percy laying over his body to protect it, Ron trying to get Percy to move with tears streaking down his face, Harry and Percy moving the body away from the battle]].

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* Everything about [[spoiler:Fred's death. Percy laying lying over his body to protect it, Ron trying to get Percy to move with tears streaking down his face, Harry and Percy moving the body away from the battle]].



-->:Snape hesitated. His black eyes, eager in the greenish gloom, moved over her pale face, her dark red hair.

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-->:Snape -->Snape hesitated. His black eyes, eager in the greenish gloom, moved over her pale face, her dark red hair.
8th May '18 9:53:21 AM Wheatenlyric950
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* Also in Deathly Hallows, a grim scene when [[spoiler:Harry gets Hermione to dance with him in the tent after Ron has left and things are looking pretty bleak. The abruptness of the scene really struck a cord; they start to dance, Harry goofs around a bit, Hermione starts to smile and, for a minute, everything seems like it's going to be okay.... and then she puts her head on his shoulder and they just stand there and you realize it's ''hopeless''.]] Add to that the fact that they set the scene to the song "O Children" by Nick Cave (one of very few times they've used any bit of modern music in the films) and you've got yourself some pretty heavy material there. That was just such a sublime scene that encompassed all the fear and tension and complete tragedy of their situation only to contrast it with the fact that they're just teenagers and they don't know what to do.

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* Also in Deathly Hallows, a grim scene when [[spoiler:Harry gets Hermione to dance with him in the tent after Ron has left and things are looking pretty bleak. The abruptness of the scene really struck a cord; they start to dance, Harry goofs around a bit, Hermione starts to smile and, for a minute, everything seems like it's going to be okay.... and then she puts her head on his shoulder and they just stand there and you realize it's ''hopeless''.]] Add to that the fact that they set the scene to the song "O Children" by [[Music/NickCave Nick Cave Cave]] (one of very few times they've used any bit of modern music in the films) and you've got yourself some pretty heavy material there. That was just such a sublime scene that encompassed all the fear and tension and complete tragedy of their situation only to contrast it with the fact that they're just teenagers and they don't know what to do.
14th Apr '18 1:58:36 PM SithPanda16
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14th Apr '18 1:58:27 PM SithPanda16
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