8 Thoughts I Had After A Harry Potter Movie Marathon
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8 Thoughts I Had After A Harry Potter Movie Marathon

Harry Potter fans might relate.

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8 Thoughts I Had After A Harry Potter Movie Marathon
Derek Hatfield

Harry Potter was embedded in my childhood without a doubt and I watched the first few movies at least twice. I loved the dynamic trio aka Harry, Hermione and Ron, and for some reason I always felt cheerful at the end of every movie. I was maybe 6 or 7 years old when I decided I wanted to read one of the books (which were very very long) but that didn’t work out. Still, the thought is what counts, and this just shows how passionate I was about the Harry Potter world.

I decided to do a Harry Potter movie marathon because I wanted to relive my childhood memories. These are some of my thoughts after watching all the movies.

1. The characters were BABIES in the first movie

Maybe I hadn’t realized this because I was actually younger than them when I first watched this movie, but now in my 20s I just can’t get over the fact that they weren’t even teenagers when they filmed the first movie.

2. I am so freaking old

You literally see them grow up when you watch all the movies, so you feel like you’re 60 by the end of the eighth film.

3. Harry experienced child abuse

I think I might have been too young to realize this, but Harry’s living condition at his uncle and aunt’s place was horrific. He lived under the stairs, there were locks on his “bedroom” door, and his uncle constantly threatened to starve him when he said “no meals this week.” That is straight up abuse.

4. How can Dudley, Harry’s cousin, be so spoiled

I was shocked at Dudley’s attitude. He was so spoiled that he got mad when his parents didn’t give him more gifts than on his previous birthday (37 to be exact).

5. Wow, Robert Pattinson had an acting life before Twilight.

I had no idea he acted before Twilight, so seeing him play Cedric was a shocker.

6. I admire Ron Weasley’s mom

She raised six children. SIX!!

7. The last movies are so dark

The first 3 movies were definitely happier? I just feel like they get a lot darker since a lot of people die.

8. Hermione and Ron are obviously meant to be together

I wouldn’t have guessed it when I was little because they pretended to dislike each other. However, you can tell how much they love each other since they were freshies at Hogwarts.

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