|Re: Harry Potter|
Subject: Re: Harry Potter
by Mopiece on 2012/4/15 20:16:03
In that case, I'd have to agree with you. But then again, there really weren't a whole lot of romance moments in the movies anyway.
As for James/Lily, think of this way, JK really didn't have many opportunities to add much to their story. I'm sure she'd have liked to, it's just there was no way to do so.
How would Harry have learned about his parents? From relatives and friends. However, Lily's sister won't speak about them. And James's family seems to be dead. That leaves the friends.
Sirius? Harry thought he was a murderer until the end of his third year. He couldn't really talk to him during his fourth or fifth year, because of Sirius being on the run and because of the Order. Then Sirius dies.
Then there is Lupin. Harry could have talked to him, but he didn't really find out Lupin really knew his parents until the end of the third year. And I mean, really knew them. Then he never had the time to talk about his parents because of Voldemort.
How'd we find out that Snape liked Lily? Through his memories. We wouldn't even known that Snape was bullied by James if it wasn't for his memories.