Hidden Meaning in HARRY POTTER and the Deathly Hallows – Earthling Cinema

Hidden Meaning in HARRY POTTER and the Deathly Hallows – Earthling Cinema

Greetings, and welcome to Earthling Cinema. I am your host, Garyx Wormuloid. This week’s artifact is Harry Potter and the
Deathly Hallows, which — fittingly for a story about wizards — pulls off the incredible
magic trick of turning one book into two movies. The film begins by documenting the rise of
Tom Voldemort, who is seizing power despite having lost the popular vote by 3 million. But rather than address foreign policy or
the collapse of the middle class, his primary focus is on healthcare — specifically ending
the health of a high school athlete named Harry Potter. Unfortunately for him, Harry is healthier
than ever. “Look away, I’m hideous.” Harry is determined to defeat Voldemort by
destroying all the pieces of his soul, which are called whore-crutches, since, as everyone
knows, whores have no need for souls. Apparently all the adults are too busy for
this incredibly dangerous mission upon which rests the fate of the free world, so Harry
enlists two other high schoolers, Hermione and His-mione, or Ron for short. The first whore-crutch is a locket, and they
quickly get that by mugging an old lady. They can’t figure out how to destroy it, “Incendio!” “Diffindo! Reducto!” but then a horse ghost shows up and leads Harry to a big letter opener, which is perfect for
this sort of thing. Next they travel to someone’s dad’s house
and learn all about the Deathly Hallows: the Elder Wand, the second one, and the Cloak
of Invisibility. Harry realizes Voldemort wants the Elder Wand
because it’s the only thing powerful enough to kill him, a teenager of below-average height. Some more stuff about whore-crutches and then
it’s off to school, since they’re a few months late and those tardies can really add up. Voldemort and his army arrive to burst their bubble, and Harry realizes Voldemort’s snake — is the final whore-crutch. Or so he thinks! In a stunning Pepsi twist, a Coked out Snape
Mountain-Dews the impossible by revealing he’s been a good guy the whole time. Oh, and as long as he’s revealing shit, might
as well mention that Harry himself is actually the whoriest crutch of them all. Harry surrenders to Voldemort so he can get
in one last hang sesh with Gandalf, I mean Obi-Wan, I mean gay Santa. Voldemort has just finished telling everyone
Harry is dead when Harry wakes up, making the V-Man look pretty foolish. Some nerd opens the snake with the letter
opener, and then Harry and V-Money try one last time to save their relationship, but
to no avail. Harry breaks the Elder Wand so nobody can
do magic ever again. As a reward for all their accomplishments,
the main characters don’t age for the rest of their lives. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows explores
the evils of prejudice in a mostly affluent, mostly white society. Voldemort considers pure-blooded wizards superior
to those with mixed ancestry. “It is Mrs. Burbage’s belief that muggles are not so different from us. She would, given her way, have us mate with them.” His campaign harkens to the Third Reich, when,
ironically, Albus Hitler targeted Jews for being TOO magical. Closer examination of the series reveals countless
examples of marginalized groups. House elves are slaves to powerful wizarding
families. “How dare you defy your masters!” Goblins are seen as greedy and untrustworthy. “Liar!” Dragons aren’t allowed to wear clothes. “That’s barbaric.” Countless. Harry disregards these oppressive labels,
just as he ignores the stigmas attached to people like “Loony” Lovegood. The film suggests that Harry’s acceptance
of difference is one of the essential components to his success, along with being famous. Because he befriended Luna, he gets crucial
assistance from a terrifying ghost. “Are you a friend of Luna’s?” And Dobby, whom Harry freed from servitude,
gives his life to provide the necessary emotional beat to bridge the two movies. The film uses biblical allusions to accentuate
its message of tolerance, and to remind people what the best book was before Harry Potter. Harry bears many similarities to Young Jeezy
Louise-y. They share a nickname and both exhibit meaningful
scars inflicted by enemy attacks. Harry’s return from the train station mirrors
the resurrection story and the idea that a sacrifice in the name of love may deliver
people from trains. In contrast, Voldemort takes his sobriquet
from Satan and shares his association with the snake, the least Jesus-like animal in
the world because of its inability to wear sandals. The film concludes that moral virtue is not
inherent, but rather a product of one’s choices. Despite all the horrible things that have
happened to Harry — like never getting a cell phone — he not only refuses to take
vengeance on those who have wronged him, but puts himself in danger to help them. Nobody is irredeemable because it’s never
too late to choose to be less shitty. Snape becomes a double agent so he can have
free reign to act like an asshole. Draco stops being an asshole and develops
face blindness. “Well?” “I can’t be sure.” And Draco’s mother develops pulse blindness. “Dead.” But as the fable of the deathly hallows teaches,
in order to be truly good one must curb his ambition. The elder wand symbolizes the lure of power
and its fatal consequences, to which Voldemort naturally succumbs, as would a great many
others. “Just sayin, that’s the elder wand. The most powerful wand in the world. We’d be invincible.” Harry chooses instead to destroy it, emphasizing
the fact that he’s an idiot. For Earthling Cinema, I’m Garyx Wormuloid. Disappeario!

76 thoughts on “Hidden Meaning in HARRY POTTER and the Deathly Hallows – Earthling Cinema

  1. Correct me if i'm wrong, but in the bible, didn't snakes used to have legs in the garden of Eden, but then Satan took the form of a snake to trick Adam and Eve, so for punishment god cursed the snakes and took away their feet? Am I remembering this right or no?

  2. Does he always say stuff wrongly on purpose, because it's my first time on his channel and I don't know much. I just don't understand why most things he say is wrong and giving wrong fact.

  3. You didn't mention the major theme of accepting death as a natural part of life. That's kinda what the cloak of invisibility symbolizes, and what Voldemort fears above all else.

  4. "As a reward for all their accomplishments, the main characters don't age for the rest of their lives." -Funniest damn thing I've heard in a while

  5. Harry Potter is an anime. Orphan kid that is a social outcast that finds out he’s special. His parents are legends that seem impossible to match but surpasses them. The supporting cast of the Krillin he’s strong but not as good as the main character the smart girl the rival who challenges our main character but ends up losing. The pervert old guy who is suppose to teach our hero. The goal from the beginning beat the main bad guy. The filler arc order of the Phoenix the sad lost of a character that’s important to our hero but not key to the whole story and becomes motivation to get stronger looking at you there Ace. The tournament arc between characters we never knew before and will forget after. The final show down where our hero falls but ultimately comes back to win because his friends make him stronger then the series end with a time skip showing our hero and friends happily ever after.

  6. Owning the elder wand comes with a price. All of the wands previous owners literally had to live with targets on their backs. Because there was always another witch or wizard willing to kill and steal the elderwand. I think Harry Potter made the right choice, to break it and move on with his life. He was never interested in being powerful & didn't even care about being famous. Living your life constantly in fear isn't ideal. Especially since he fought off Voldemort just to avoid that type of lifestyle.

  7. If you think transforming one book into two movies is a good trick, wait to see how Peter Jackson transforms a 300 pages book into three 3 hours long movies

  8. i couldn't stop laughing, almost got thrown out of the theater when they buried dobbie in that shallow ditch then built that enormous sand castle

  9. Harry Potter Explained-
    That’s how I explain Harry Potte-PotTAh

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