This is one of the more poignant posts I’ve seen about this series.
There are many, many points I can make about this but I’ll address the most crucial and powerful one—
In times of war or hardships, the most important thing to remember is that we are all people.
Take away everything but the bare essentials of Harry and Draco and what do you see? Two boys trying desperately to carry out the duties given to them—the destinies they are told they must fulfill. Along the way they encounter hardships and loss. They experience happiness, sadness, and pain. They have friends, enemies, and family who care about them.
They’re both people.
They’re both boys.
And I’ve just realized that Draco Malfoy, Arthur Weasley, and Professor Slughorn are all in this movie.
As well as the annoying wannabe-wife from Nanny McPhee who gets stung by the bees.
But still. Draco is Slughorn’s son, and they’re being hunted by Arthur.
Tom Felton is adorable in this movie. Just saying.
MY NAME IS DRACO MALFOY.
- I AM A RACIST.
- I DISLIKE GINGERS AND MUDBLOODS.
- I HATE GRYFFINDOR HOUSE.
- AND MY PARENTS WORK FOR THE MAN WHO KILLED YOUR PARENTS.
DO YOU WANT TO BE MY FRIEND?
my heart just broke.
i just want to hug him
why can’t i hug him…i wanna hug him. >.<
this is literally the most beautiful thing i have ever seen. ever.
i love this. his eyes. just look at his eyes
I’ll be lame and say: “no comment.”
I really don’t know. There was no character that I was like “OMFG GTFO” with. I loved them all at a certain extent. I guess the biggest ones that I didn’t like too much was Cormac McLaggen (disliked that he got in the way of Ron/Hermione, but I suppose it helped Ron get some jealous denial moments) or Draco Malfoy (I hated how he was all for following his dad’s footsteps even though he was obviously not that bad/mean/evil).