10 things from the ‘Harry Potter’ movies that only make sense if you read the books

Since the release of the first book in 1997, it has become Harry Potter The franchise has become one of the greatest media franchises in the world. The books changed the structure of youth novels, and the film series became one of the top novels in the world. This is thanks to the strong characters and story, which with the audience evolved from a fun wizard’s story to a complex understanding of death.

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In terms of any means that makes this cross better, the books outperform the movies. Along with being as long as the author wanted and thus lacking timekeeping, the films were made while the books were being written. Hence, directors and producers often cut out material from early films that mattered later. This only results in some confusing moments for movie viewers.

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Voldemort’s knowledge of the Tri-Wizard Championship

To regain his full strength and transcend the love magic that protects Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Voldemort (Ralph FiennesHe plots a long plan to kidnap Harry during the Tri-Wizard Tournament. But when you think about it, how could Voldemort know the tournament was taking place? By this time, Voldemort’s soul was hiding in Albania, waiting for an opportunity to return.

In the book, this opportunity came in the form of Peter Pettigrew, who, while searching for Voldemort, came across a member of the Ministry of Magic named Bertha Yorkins. She was not a brilliant witch, so Pettigrew deceived her, captured her, and took her to Voldemort. He then tortured her to death to get information about the tournament and the location of Party Crouch Jr.

Party Crouch Jr escapes from Azkaban

Prisoner of Azkaban He saw the entire wizarding world lose their minds when Sirius Black (Gary Oldman) became the first wizard to escape his high-security prison. in goblet of fire, Party Crouch Jr. (David Tennant) became the second and found his master Voldemort. Using a polyjuice potion, take the form of Mad-Eye Moody (Brendan Gleeson) to infiltrate Hogwarts and ensure that Harry Potter wins the Tri-Wizard Championship and restores Voldemort to his full power.

However, the movie doesn’t explain how Crouch got out of Azkaban, and the characters don’t seem to care, especially since he thinks he’s dead. In the book, Couch’s dying mother uses multiple gulps of juice to swap places with her son while I keep him hidden under the curse of Emperios. This actually makes him the first person to escape from Azkaban.

Percy Weasley against his family

Percy Weasley (Chris RankinHe appeared several times in early films as Ron.Rupert Grint) The perfectionist older brother, but he wasn’t a very bad man. However, when he appears in the fifth movie, he suddenly becomes loyal to Cornelius Fudge (Robert Hardy(in bringing down Harry and Dumbledore)Michael Gambon). Then in the eighth movie, he can be seen in the background with his family fighting Voldemort.

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Percy’s story was completely cut out of the film, which saw him land good positions in the Ministry of Magic, and eventually become Fudge’s assistant. This caused a rift between his family when he sided with Fudge in saying that Voldemort had not returned. He made reparations before the Battle of Hogwarts and was tragically with Fred when he was killed.

after Umbridge (Imelda Staunton) Captivated Harry when he was trying to talk to Sirius Black, summoned Snape for some Veritasium truth serum. Fortunately, he makes it clear that he has no more to give to her and turns to go. As he does, Harry tells him he “has Padfoot where he’s hiding,” which is meant to warn him about Sirius and the Ministry of Magic.

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Except this only works if you know who Padfoot is. Movie-goers will only know the name as one of the four creators of The Thieves’ Map. The names refer to Sirius, Lupine, James, and Peter, with Padfoot referring to Sirius’ Animagus form of the dog.

Centaurs hate witches

A centaur named Firenze first appeared in Philosopher’s Stone To save Harry from Quirrell (Ian Hart) and warned him of the danger at Hogwarts. A whole flock later appeared in the fifth group, although they are more aggressive towards the characters than Florence. Hagrid hints at the Ministry of Magic restricting their lands, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

The books go into great detail about how the wizarding community views centaurs as semi-human, even though their culture and intelligence are on par with humans. Florence being willing to help Harry is seen as an anomaly among his people, who would rather harass or even kill humans in their area. While at first, they refused to kill children, in the fifth book, they became so aggressive that they considered turning on Harry and Hermione (Emma Watson) before Grawp appeared.

Trelawney’s voice in the prophecy

foot in Prisoner of Azkaban. Professor Trelawney (Emma Thompson) is a Hogwart divination teacher, although her talent for prophecy is not available. But when Harry goes to recover his prophecy from the Ministry of Magic in the fifth movieAnd the Trelawney’s voice appears. She also appears in a flashback in the eighth movie when Harry looks at Snape’s memory.

In the books, Trelawney came up with Harry’s prophecy during an interview with Dumbledore, and Snape listened to it and told Voldemort about half of it. Dumbledore then hires her as a teacher, but unfortunately, she can’t control when her predictions happen. However, it could have resulted in a funny scene for Harry realizing the importance of his eccentric mentor.

Fred and George finance the joke shop

The audience cheered when Fred and George Weasley (James and Oliver PhelpsThey achieved their triumphant departure from Hogwarts in the fifth film. then in half-blood prince, We find them as entrepreneurs opening a Weasley Withers Withers joke shop. However, this is the same movie that shows Diagon Alley in tatters thanks to the Death Eater activity, so one has to wonder where the two dropouts got funding for such a project.

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The seeds for the Joke Shop were sown again in Book Four when Fred and George bet on Ireland winning the Quiddish World Cup. Unfortunately, the guy they bet on cheated on them, so Harry gave them his Tri-Wizard Tournament winnings. Then in the sixth book, Fred and George make it clear that people need to laugh more than ever, and that’s why their businesses thrive.

Rebuild a Weasley house in the same place

during half blood prince, Harry spends time at Weasley’s house, informing members of the Order of the Phoenix about Draco Malfoy (Tom Felton) Actions with Vanishing Locker. The evening was ruined when a group of Death Eaters attacked and separated everyone in the nearby fields. Although no one was injured, the house was destroyed.

This scene was not in the book and frankly makes no sense in the movies. Voldemort has said several times that he wants to kill Harry personally, so why would the Death Eaters attack him? The Weasleys then rebuilt the house in the same place and continued to use it as a safe house, although it was attacked and attacked again as in Book VII.

Why is Harry obsessed with the mirror

during Deathly Hallows – Part 1, Harry is often seen staring at a piece of glass he keeps in his sock. Sometimes he sees Dumbledore’s eyes staring back at him. It was revealed in Part 2 That mirror is a two-way mirror from the house of Sirius Black that found its way to Dumbledore’s brother, Aberforth.

However, the public had never seen this mirror before. It’s tragic about the book: Sirius gave it to Harry as a gift whenever he needed to talk to him, but Harry forgot about it after all that happened with Umbridge. Harry smashed it in a fit of melancholy, which is why it was cracked.

Why did Kretcher answer Harry’s questions?

Kreature, a house dwarf, takes the oath of house Black, as were his parents before him. Unfortunately for him, his current owner, Sirius, is more accepting of half-bloods and traitors of blood, which the late Lady Black would have hated. He prefers the service of the Bellatrix Lestrange, the closest relative in the Black family.

So why does Kretcher answer Harry’s questions in the seventh movie when he, Ron and Hermione, and why didn’t he go to Bellatrix? In the sixth book, Sirius Black left everything he owned to Harry, including Kretcher, meaning he was obligated by magic to obey any of Harry’s orders. Harry corrected relations with Kreature when he realized that Sirius had treated him poorly and gave him the fake locket as a symbol of friendship.

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