After reading the comments on our latest “Cursed Child” article, I decided that I’ve had enough. It’s time to get my feelings out, to try to help remind the “Harry Potter” fandom of what matters.
Every hardcore Harry Potter fan is very opinionated about the movie adaptation of their favorite series, whether it be good or bad. Many of those fans also have their favorite director of the Potter films, which has caused many conflicts in the fandom. So which director is really the best? You can decide for yourself, but I decided to weigh the general consensus of positives and negatives that came which each director.
Psychologist Robert Sternberg is famous for formulating the Triangular Theory of Love. It states that “the three components of love are an intimacy component, a passion component, and a decision/commitment component.” Essentially, in this formula there are three factors in a successful romantic relationship, each equally important.
Enneagrams (from the Greek word ennea, meaning “nine”) are “models of human personality” that are interconnected and can be formed into a circular diagram. Or in plain English, it’s like a personality test with nine possible outcomes that are all related to one another in different ways. Naturally, upon reading about enneagrams, I wanted to see if I could assign a character from “Harry Potter” to each personality type.
Known in the books for having “jet black”, permanently untidy hair, Harry Potter’s ever-changing hairdo throughout the films has caused both frustration and satisfaction from the fans. In this editorial, I examine each of Harry’s many hairstyles and gauge how close they are to the books’ description. I also included some reaction GIFs on what I’ve noticed has been the general opinion on each look in the Harry Potter fandom.