Ron and hermione deathly hallows part 2

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2

Hermione Granger: [Walking out of Dumbledore's office, now knowing what he must do, Harry sees Ron and Hermione holding each other on the Grand.


Ronald Weasley splinched on 2 September , Splinching is what occurs when a witch or wizard Apparates or Disapparates unsuccessfully, leaving part of his or her clothes or body behind in their former location. The degree of splinching can range from minimal, such as loss of hair , to life-threatening, such as loss of flesh or muscle, though the damage is usually repairable. Hermione and Harry help Ron into Perkins' tent after the latter's Splinched. Susan Bones splinched herself during her first Apparition lesson , losing a leg; it was reattached, but the incident left her shaken.

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However, I recently realized one of the movies consistently lets me down. It was the first and last book I got to purchase at a midnight release party, and I stayed up all night devouring the final pages of the story. I love how the story ends, and I was beyond excited to see it played out in a film adaptation. A perfect example is when Harry tells Ron and Hermione he has to go to the Forbidden Forest to give himself up to Voldemort. She cries, offers to go with him, and wraps Harry in a hug. Ron just stands there and makes weird, extended eye contact. Why did the filmmakers rob Harry and Ron of their supposed last chance to say goodbye?


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