Tagged: order of the phoenix
Twenty years ago today, Sirius Black fell through the veil in the Department of Mysteries. How translucent is that veil during the painful grieving process? Do souls sometimes linger a little longer around their loved ones before journeying permanently beyond the veil?
It’s the playlist you didn’t realize you needed for all of Harry’s angsty fifth year.
On this day, October 5, in 1995, Dumbledore’s Army was formed by a group of students in a pub. These students weren’t the only ones who have been inspired to take action amongst the chink of mugs and dusty atmosphere that have come to be associated with local pubs, taverns, and other lower scale eateries and watering holes. In honor of these “pub revolutions,” here’s a list of some of our favorite examples of uprisings rooted in pubs and bars from fictional works.
Ah, we have finally made our way to the re-watching of Order of the Phoenix, one of most polarizing installments of the series, both book and film. Nearly as stark and dreary in cinematography as “Prisoner of Azkaban”, OotP jacks up the teenage angst in its main teenaged cast, as well as the threatening and illusive nature of Voldemort’s mission to decimate the non-pure-blood community.
Harry needs both Ron and Hermione in his life; together, Ron and Hermione generously provide all the elements that Harry needs to be a fully functioning, more-than-adequately happy human being. By ripping the dialogue out of book-Ron’s mouth and shoving them into movie-Hermione’s does nothing except satisfy Harry/Hermione shippers and destroy any character building on Ron’s part.