The "Harry Potter" Movies Honestly Aren't All That Magical Because Let's Face It: Every Character Is Pretty Ordinary
The Gryffindor kiddos had personal mementos, like framed pictures of their parents and flags of their favorite sports teams, on their bedside tables — just like the rest of us.
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1. When Ginny, like many of us at one time or another, inherited hand-me-downs from her older siblings.
2. When Hermione was a truly dedicated student, and rewrote sentences to make her work perfect.
3. When Fred betted on Cedric to win the Triwizard Tournament, proving he's a dedicated sports fan.
4. When everyone on Privet Drive owned the same, normal, boring car like most suburban neighborhoods.
5. When Draco dramatized his injury so his enemies would get in deep trouble.
6. When Luna rocked very kooky earrings to reflect her unique personality.
7. When a man in The Leaky Cauldron read a muggle book by Stephen Hawking, like many of us have done in our lifetimes.
9. When Harry inherited Dudley's old toys, playing with hand-me-downs I'm 99.9% sure all little brothers and sisters have had to endure.
10. When the young witch maid at The Leaky Cauldron wasn't in the mood to clean and do any kind of chore, using pretty familiar shortcuts.
11. When Voldemort hugged Draco, feeding off an awkward embrace many of us have had with adults.
12. When we caught a glimpse of Lucis Malfoy's Azkaban tattoo, inked like most people in the world.
13. When Fred and George attempted to confuse Mrs. Weasley, a common trick many identical twins have attempted.
14. When Harry and Neville wore similar outfits as their dads, proving that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
15. When Professor McGonagall accidentally cursed during a Quidditch match, a sports slip that is WAY too relatable.
16. When the Hogwarts kiddos dressed down once they arrived at school, which I definitely did back in my middle school days.
For Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004), Alfonso Cuarón asked the kids playing the Hogwarts students to wear their uniforms as they would if their parents weren't around. This is in sharp contrast to the first two films; were they wore their uniforms in a very orderly fashion. from MovieDetails