30 Days of Harry Potter: Scene You Wished was in the Movies

There were many scenes from the books that were omitted when the movies came out. So many scenes were omitted, that in my opinion, it really confused the audience about what was happening in the story. The details that were missed didn’t give them the full experience of the Harry Potter world.

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Though I can understand why certain scenes were omitted, due to time or lack of great importance, it is still fun to read those omitted scenes and it would have been great if they had made it into the movies.

Therefore, here are some scenes that I wished made it into the movies:

1. Snape’s Potion Puzzle

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In Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, the Golden Trio had to get past a number of obstacles in order to get to the room where Voldemort (gasp!) was. One of those obstacles was Snape’s potion puzzle, which Hermione solved with no problem. However, this was omitted in the movies and I was so disappointed. I felt that this scene really showed how magnificent Hermione was, and not to mention, without this scene, there was really no reason why she earned so many points at the end to win the house cup.

2. Nearly Headless Nick’s Deathday Party

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Taken place in the Chamber of Secrets, a Deathday party marks the death day of a ghost, where all the ghost come together and celebrate. Nearly Headless Nick died on October 31 and Harry, Ron, and Hermione had the pleasure of attending the Gryffindor ghost’s party.

I think it would have been so much fun to see all the ghosts gathering together and Harry, Ron, Hermione joining the party even though they aren’t dead.

3. Explanation of the Marauder’s Map

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The Marauder’s Map was mentioned in the movies, but the history behind it wasn’t; therefore, the importance of the map wasn’t weighed very much. If you haven’t read the books and only seen the movies, you wouldn’t have known who Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs were, nor would you have known the significance behind the names that were chosen.

4. Harry’s Date with Cho Chang

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I was so excited to see this scene when the movie came out, but lo and behold, it had been omitted. This took place in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, and here, Harry and taking Cho out on a date in Hogsmade. However, something happened, and Harry ended up ditching Cho for Hermione. Ouch!

 

 

Despite all of these omitted scenes, the movies will always have an amazing place in my life. They brought magic and wonder, and there is no doubt I’ll be watching them time and time again!

What do you think? What were some omitted scenes you wished were in the movies? 

 

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7 thoughts on “30 Days of Harry Potter: Scene You Wished was in the Movies

  1. potpourri672 says:

    I totally agree that they ommited a lot of scenes. Compulsion !!! in my opinion the 4 most important scenes which they must have included in the movies are-
    1) The story of Voldemort after the curse rebounded on him, and how he reached that stage where he was confined to that small body….and Peter Pettigrew found it and all…
    2) When after being in Hogwarts for these many years Severus Snape goes back to Voldemort and explains his actions
    3) Then the movies have almost no mention of Grindelwald, the rivalry of Dumbeldore and Grindelwald and story of Dumbeldore’s sister’s story.
    4) Dumbeldore’s search of horcruxes, how he got that ring.

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  2. Karandi says:

    I agree with your number 1. This is one of Hermione’s shining moments in the first book and instead she just does nothing in the final sequence of the movie other than tell them to relax to get through the plant. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. D says:

    I was also greatly disappointed by omitted scenes to the point that I felt it reduced the overall impact of the films. It’s still amazing to see the world of HP come alive in the screen but narrative-wise, it’s certainly weaker. Your first point is something that annoys me as well.That really captured how brilliant Hermione – a mere 11 year old at the time – was and it sucked that the film skipped that.

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