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First time watching Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban movie reaction


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  • Badd Medicine
    Badd Medicine  10 ай бұрын +315

    Here we are Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban! What a tone change from the first 2 movies! Where does this one rank for your HP rankings?
    Full Reaction on Patreon: www.patreon.com/posts/early-access-and-65108789?

    • Sakura Kitty Noir
      Sakura Kitty Noir 2 ай бұрын

      ​@Badd MedicineFun fact: the 4 creators of The Maurader's Map were Harry's father & his 3 best friends. Professor Remus Lupin, Peter Pettigrew, Sirius Black & James Potter: Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot & Prongs.

    • Alex AyaoiHD
      Alex AyaoiHD 4 ай бұрын

      I know the watching has few months but cut the pumpkin look´s first like...

    • Widit
      Widit 4 ай бұрын

      What’s the song at 45:30?

    • Amy Beaird
      Amy Beaird 7 ай бұрын

      This is my favorite!

    • Eddie Tucker
      Eddie Tucker 7 ай бұрын

      NUMBER O N E!!!!!!

  • Cha-Llin?!
    Cha-Llin?! 10 ай бұрын +1843

    What most people don't mention is, Ron's prediction in the Divination class was correct. Harry did suffer a bit but was happy about it in the end.

    • Turnt SNACO
      Turnt SNACO Ай бұрын

      Don't we all.... 😉

    • Lightning Lance
      Lightning Lance Ай бұрын +1

      The divination predictions are the best easter eggs in the books. They all come true

    • Csoongor
      Csoongor Ай бұрын

      That just sounds stupid in every sense of the word.

    • I REMAIN Teague
      I REMAIN Teague Ай бұрын +2

      @ATJ idk why anyone who hasn't read the books or seen the movie would even be here. You're complaining about spoilers for a group of people who don't exist.

    • Dylusional
      Dylusional 3 ай бұрын

      In the books it's backwards

  • DannyDarko27
    DannyDarko27 9 ай бұрын +1043

    3 top tier line deliveries in this film:
    "He was their friend!"
    "I did my waiting, 12 years of it!"
    And last but not least
    "Turn to page 394"

    • sian hanks
      sian hanks Ай бұрын +3

      Alan Rickman was always going to make 394 the sexiest number around

    • fafaf fawfacf
      fafaf fawfacf 2 ай бұрын

      12 years in the can

    • Koonski
      Koonski 3 ай бұрын +9

      "What ya fell over for?" has got to be among these

    • Maggou
      Maggou 6 ай бұрын +19

      You know why Alan Rickman delivers lines so perfectly?
      "He can't help it, it's habit by now."

    • LeoCapn
      LeoCapn 7 ай бұрын +15

      Count Harry’s powerful Expecto Patronum in there, as well

  • Ekaj Kroy
    Ekaj Kroy 10 ай бұрын +809

    Something they don't really tell you in the movies is that Remus absolutely was NOT helping Sirius into the castle. He 100% believed that he was guilty and had betrayed the Potters. On the evening of Buckbeak's execution, professor Lupin was watching the map because he was certain that Harry, Ron, and Hermione would sneak out to visit Hagrid before the execution and he wanted to make sure they were safe. He saw 3 dots labeled for Harry, Ron, and Hermione enter Hagrid's hut, then about 15 minutes later, saw them exit, accompanied by a fourth dot labeled Peter Pettigrew, because Ron now had Scabbers. He couldn't believe his eyes, he thought "the map must have been malfunctioning". But then he saw another dot Labeled Sirius black charge towards the group of four and drag away the dots labeled Ronald Weasley and Peter Pettigrew, so he rushed out to the Shrieking shack. What he saw on the map, and a quick exchange of words with Sirius, confirmed to him that Sirius was innocent after all, and that he had been set up.

    • Music Here
      Music Here Ай бұрын +8

      @Algorhythm Good thing is you don't need to read, you can listen to the audiobooks. You can even find them here on KZclip for free

    • EC T
      EC T Ай бұрын +5

      @Thor yes the book are really good! And you can tell JK Rowling writing more “mature” as the books progress into the last book. The first two were like for kids.

    • Thor
      Thor Ай бұрын +13

      @Algorhythm please if you can find it in you, please do read the books. They are soo great. Some of my most favorite books ever.

    • Algorhythm
      Algorhythm 2 ай бұрын +16

      This comment made me want to read the books. and I"m not a reader nor have I ever considered taking on such a task haha

    • Sports fan 74
      Sports fan 74 4 ай бұрын +38

      Thanks for this explanation. I always knew Lupin used the map to find them but didn't know the rest of it. Really interesting 👍

  • Sway22
    Sway22 10 ай бұрын +2623

    They never properly explain this in the movies:
    Remus became a werewolf when he was a kid. Attacked by other werewolf - Fernir Greyback. Dumbledore decided to give him a chance and allowed him to study at Hogwarts. He made Woomping Willow to protect the entrance to The Shriecking Shack where Lupin would hide during his transformations (because of the noise he would make then, people started believing that the shack in hounted).
    The Marauders' were a group made of Sirius Black, Remus Lupin, Peter Petiegrew and James Potter. Their strong friendship began in their first year at Hogwarts. Sirius and James met on the train and had been inseparable ever since and the two met Remus and Peter afterwards. After couple years they realised what Lupin is. They decided that they want to help him during his transformations by becoming animagi and spending them with him. By their fifth year, all had secretly become unregistered Animagi. James Potter's Animagus form was a shining red stag (Prongs), Sirius Black's was a shaggy black dog (Padfoot), and Peter Pettigrew's was a fat grey rat (Wormtail).

    • EC T
      EC T Ай бұрын

      What’s funny is, people’s afraid of Shrieking Shack and believe it was haunted, while in Hogwarts there are full of ghosts! 😂

    • Taysia Kaune
      Taysia Kaune 4 ай бұрын

      I actually have a tie blanket my sister made me for Christmas that is the Marauder’s Map😊❤

    • Daniela Reyes
      Daniela Reyes 4 ай бұрын +1

      I remember I was so shocked when I read this in the book, it all made so much more sense that I got goosebumps!!!

    • alibaba pirce
      alibaba pirce 4 ай бұрын

      yea movies are cute but they do not explain shit their like one h2o molecule in the ocean compared to books

    • Kate Moore
      Kate Moore 4 ай бұрын

      Is it a coincidence that Fernir could be changed around to Fenrir (The mythological wolf and child of Loki)

  • Matthew Lightwood
    Matthew Lightwood 5 ай бұрын +162

    To Snape's credit, his first instinct in that situation was to protect his students from the werewolf

    • Washing Powder Nirma
      Washing Powder Nirma 2 ай бұрын +6

      That's why I sometimes love the changes they add to the movies. Like it was Harry who discovered Peter in Marauder's map and told Lupin about it instead of Lupin finding about it himself. As it would get easier to explain to Harry the situation as Harry himself has seen the dot labelled Peter Pettegrew roaming the halls of Hogward's. But it has been ages since I read the books, and I might even be wrong.

    • LoryLilyBomber
      LoryLilyBomber 2 ай бұрын +9

      Me, a 9 year old in theatres: “Snape!??! YOU DO CARE!!!!!”

    • Matthew Lightwood
      Matthew Lightwood 3 ай бұрын +3

      @Hoorain Baig very true

    • Hoorain Baig
      Hoorain Baig 3 ай бұрын +14

      which was not in the books. in the books he was knocked out

  • D. C.
    D. C. 10 ай бұрын +1498

    Some details are not enough explained in the movie and are in the book - the Marauder Map was actually made by Lupin, Sirius Black, James Potter (Harry's father) and Peter Pettigrew.
    Their nicknames were Moony (Lupin, oc), Wormtail (Pettigrew), Padfoot (Sirius), and Prongs (James) because the group needed to be able to stay with Lupin when he transformed, so they all teched themselves to turn into animals.
    That's why the patronus of Harry takes the form of a deer, his father could transform in one.
    I'm finishing to watch your reaction and I'm loving it, can't wait for the next ones as the plot continues to grow a lot!

    • TheAngryDanishViking
      TheAngryDanishViking 2 ай бұрын +1

      Also the reason the learned how to transform is because werewolves are only dangerous to humans. They are not contagious to animals and any non-human beings.

    • AdamB 2k19
      AdamB 2k19 5 ай бұрын

      Harry’s Patronus is actually a Stag because that’s what James turned into, a deer doesn’t have horns, that’s why James nickname was prongs

    • Hunnie Huang
      Hunnie Huang 7 ай бұрын

      @Cozen W All the answers are in the book, and The Dursleys hate him just by the fact Harry is a wizard

    • Cozen W
      Cozen W 10 ай бұрын +1

      @ra I’m at a lose here. What movie did it appear in? For the life of me I can’t recall it being in any of the movies. I did Google it but the results didn’t avail anything of use or tangible. I got everything from passages from the book (not relevant since we’re looking for it any of the movies), to why Dursley disliked Harry so much. Nothing of the information I required or close to it.
      Though for some disclosure here, for some reason I’m one of the few who simply searches for something on the internet using exact words and spellings and get results for everything but what I search for. I know this because I’ll use exact words as my husband in a search of something on Amazon, and he get’s taken to exactly that product. While me on the other hand just gets a few associated products but not the one I’m looking for. Strange, I know. I think it a me thing. 😬

    • ra
      ra 10 ай бұрын +1

      They did give the reason why harry has to stay with his aunt until he turns 18 . It’s a major spoiler so i wont give further info about it but u can google if u want.

    SILV3R SP3CT3R 10 ай бұрын +2007

    Dementors target negative emotions like sadness, loneliness, and anger. Harry is a big ol sad boy in this movie so they love feeding on his negative emotions. He is almost irresistible to them.

    • Evelyn Vallejos
      Evelyn Vallejos 3 ай бұрын

      @elle. yes and when you realize that dementors are actually depicting depression, the thought that you can rescue yourself from that is way too powerful! I haven't made that connection til your comment.

    • Glen Hogue
      Glen Hogue 3 ай бұрын


    • Glen Hogue
      Glen Hogue 3 ай бұрын

      Did the reactors not get this?

    • Esther Monme
      Esther Monme 3 ай бұрын +2

      Well I dont know if someone cares at this point but no, dementors DONT feed on negative emotions. On the contrary, they feed on positive emotions, leaving you with nothing but your worst thoughts. It is said in the book (prisioner of azkaban, I mean) that the excitement and the joy coming from the Quiddicht match was so good for them they couldnt resist and that why they went inside the grounds of the school, because it "must have been like a feast for them" (literal words). So, yeah, Its the other way around. They feed on the good and leave you with nothing but the bad. The reason it affects Harry more than the others is explained in the book and also in the movie. Harry's past is ten times worst than any of the others' past. So, when they leave him with "nothing but his worst memories" his worst are too much to handle and thats why he faints. The others have not live something so horrible, so they feel bad, but not so much as him. Thats the real reason. It is said in the book and in the movie.
      Now about why the dementors target him, well, they dont. In the book they just affect him more than they affect the others. In the movies, they make it look like they go specifically after him, which didnt happened in the book and they never give a reason in the movie. So, its a movie error. But you can create your own reason, like "he has part of voldemort inside" and that its ok. It could be a good reason to justify those movie scenes, but just know, in the book it didnt happen. They didnt target him specifically.

    • Beya ACHI
      Beya ACHI 3 ай бұрын

      He's like pizza to them 🥲

  • Victoria Rue
    Victoria Rue 10 ай бұрын +695

    The chocolate helps with feeling happier. The dementors are a representation of depression and chocolate makes you feel better. It represented JK Rowling's battle with depression while she was writing the books.

    • What’sUpBud
      What’sUpBud Ай бұрын

      @TheAngryDanishViking ^^^

    • What’sUpBud
      What’sUpBud Ай бұрын

      I know this is late but another reason Remus always had chocolate was because he thought maybe by eating it it would kill the inner werewolf in him since dogs can die by eating chocolate!

    • Michael Klaus
      Michael Klaus Ай бұрын +1

      @jbreezy101 thank you; I never said she was (supposed to be) on the train though

    • jbreezy101
      jbreezy101 Ай бұрын

      @Michael Klaus pomfrey wasn’t on the train but in the book mcgonnagal and pomfrey intercepted him before the feast

    • TheAngryDanishViking
      TheAngryDanishViking 2 ай бұрын +4

      I mean chocolate does legitly release the happiness hormone in the brain, at least least stimulates the release of it.

  • JayTor2112
    JayTor2112 10 ай бұрын +161

    I knew this is where Oak's enthusiasm would pick up.
    By the end of the series you'll be amazed at how far everyone came from where they started, and you'll actually want to go back to the beginning and remember how innocent things started out.

  • atmorb
    atmorb 10 ай бұрын +561

    "Why don't you go play with your chemistry set" is still my favorite line. Even after all these years. Always 😘😂😭😭

  • DannyDarko27
    DannyDarko27 9 ай бұрын +116

    Man watching you guys worry so much about Buckbeak was so perfect. Gotta love an animal loving channel. That godfather scene is always beautiful

    • Julia
      Julia 3 ай бұрын +2

      At first I thought you were referencing the horse in The Godfather. Took areal dark turn

    • Badd Medicine
      Badd Medicine  9 ай бұрын +8

      🤘🤘🤘 gotta love buckbeak!

  • Silver1
    Silver1 10 ай бұрын +594

    Ah this takes me back. I actually worked on this one. I was part of Nick Dudman's creature effects crew. I worked on the Monster books and amongst other things. It was my first time on a Potter movie and I enjoyed every damn day of it. lol The director was beloved of the crew and was extremely talented imo. I worked on this and the next one. :) Ah happy days........

    • Silver1
      Silver1 2 ай бұрын

      @Aayush Bakre Thanks. :)

    • Aayush Bakre
      Aayush Bakre 2 ай бұрын +2

      Wow! The monster book was really really well done haha I loved it as a kid.

    • Silver1
      Silver1 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Jackosaurus117 Many thanks, :)

    • Jackosaurus117
      Jackosaurus117 3 ай бұрын +1

      Its my absolute favourite HP movie, so thank you!

    • Abu Hajar Al Bugatti
      Abu Hajar Al Bugatti 4 ай бұрын +2

      @Silver1 the sets were bombastic and huge talents working on them. Nothing seen like this today anymore. Can only imagine the enthusiasm of all the kids.
      And gosh the 3 main actors, rupert bought a huge mansion and plot of land at 19 I think for several millions

  • Iris Cabej
    Iris Cabej 10 ай бұрын +328

    Sirius yelling I would have died rather than betray my friends hits hard everytime cause he truly means it he really would have

    • Relent-lass !
      Relent-lass ! 3 ай бұрын +13

      He was always loyal, may be why his animagus was a dog

  • vicky landry
    vicky landry 10 ай бұрын +98

    Loved this I laughed so many times. In the books they go really deep into the story between Sirius, Pettigrew, lupin and James Potter. All were best friends and created the marauders map together.

    • Badd Medicine
      Badd Medicine  10 ай бұрын +12

      Thanks for checking this out, Vicki. 🤙 Keep those tidbits coming 👍

  • Iris Cabej
    Iris Cabej 10 ай бұрын +98

    At one point when practicing the patronus with lupin Harry thought this to himself:
    “Any second now, he might hear his mother again… but he shouldn’t think that, or he would hear her again, and he didn’t want to… or did he?”
    Also in the book he heard both of his parents last words:
    Lily’s - “‘Not Harry! Not Harry! Please- I’ll do anything-‘“
    James’ - “‘Lily, take Harry and go! It’s him! Go! Run! I’ll hold him off-‘“
    “Terrible though it was to hear his parents’ last moments replayed inside his head, these were the only times Harry had heard their voices since he was a very small child. But he’d never be able to produce a proper Patronus if he half wanted to hear his parents again…”

    • Noe
      Noe 7 ай бұрын +4

      And now I'm crying

    • D
      D 10 ай бұрын +11

      That part really made me gasp and broke me tbh. It was so sad.

  • Eric Kremers
    Eric Kremers 10 ай бұрын +571

    The books explained it a little better. An Animagus is a witch or wizard who underwent a very complicated and long spell to acquire the ability to turn into an animal at will. The animal they end up turning into is not their choice and supposedly reflects their personality or their soul. Sirius Black is an Animagus who can turn into a large, black dog, Peter Pettigrew is an Animagus who can turn into a rat.
    Professor McGonagall is an Animagus too, as we've seen, she can turn into a tabby cat.

    • TheAngryDanishViking
      TheAngryDanishViking 2 ай бұрын

      It's also highly illegal to be one without registering it with the ministry of magic. So you dun go and abuse the ability.

    • Eric Kremers
      Eric Kremers 10 ай бұрын +7

      Yeah, it's a shame. It was a whole plot point...

    • JuniorDumont
      JuniorDumont 10 ай бұрын +16

      Rita Skeeter is also an Animagus. Too bad they didn't explain that in the fourth movie.

    • Popcorn
      Popcorn 10 ай бұрын +3

      @Xeno Solarus He did know I think. Iirc.

    • Peter Lewis
      Peter Lewis 10 ай бұрын +13

      @Xeno Solarus I might be wrong, but I feel like I remember Harry knowing that James's Patronus was a stag, and that's why he thought it was him (plus the physical similarity). But I don't think he knew the Animagus thing at the time.

  • Ákos Tamás Nováki
    Ákos Tamás Nováki 10 ай бұрын +118

    His "expecto patronum" spell was much stronger as he really believed he can see his dad again. His love towards his dad increased the strength f his spell as it was one of the happiest memory of his life.

    • DBS101
      DBS101 10 ай бұрын +28

      In the book, his "happy" thought is getting to live with Sirius, nothing to do with seeing his father.

  • Jess5_11
    Jess5_11 10 ай бұрын +312

    "Why are the dementors going after Harry?! I need this answered!" as Lupin is explaining it 😂😂😂😂

    • Jess5_11
      Jess5_11 10 ай бұрын +43

      @J Lol ikr generally they're pretty good with getting stuff so I'll let them off this time 😂😉

    • J
      J 10 ай бұрын +65

      RIGHT I was like "he's explaining it right this very now!!!!!" 🤣🤣

  • Gill Dawe
    Gill Dawe 10 ай бұрын +658

    To your point about them being full of good lessons, there have been studies in classrooms done where researchers have tested children's empathy before reading Harry Potter, and then again after reading and they have shown that the children an increased amount of empathy towards other groups of people after being exposed to the Harry Potter world. I think that's a very clear message in these films/books. Empathy towards other people, creatures, and animals.

    • Essentially Invisible
      Essentially Invisible Ай бұрын +1

      @BIGBANG dug a hole and BTS threw me into it. - you didn't notice the countless ways fatness is used to insult Vernon and Dudley when describing them, linking it to laziness/being a slob/being gross/being clumsy/being unattractive/being rude/being cruel/etc.? It's painfully clear early on in the first and second books, for starters; she focuses on it a lot. It's unavoidable, at least in the English version.
      In the first 10 pages of Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets….
      Page 1:
      “Do I look stupid?” snarled Uncle Vernon, a bit of fried egg dangling from his bushy moustache.
      (Harry’s) words were drowned by a long, loud belch from the Dursley’s son, Dudley. “I want more bacon”.
      Page 2:
      (Aunt Petunia) turning misty eyes on her massive son.
      Dudley, who was so large his bottom dropped over either side of the kitchen chair…
      Dudley gasped and fell off his chair with a crash that shook the whole kitchen….
      Harry stared from his purple-faced uncle to his pale aunt, who was trying to heave Dudley to his feet.
      Page 3:
      Uncle Vernon sat back down, breathing like a winded rhinoceros…
      Page 4:
      Vernon was large and neckless… Dudley was blond, pink and porky.
      Page 6:
      … said Dudley, offering his fat arm to an invisible woman.
      Page 8:
      … Harry had enjoyed… watching Dudley tearing out of the room as fast as his fat legs would carry him.
      Page 9:
      (Dudley), waddling towards him.
      Dudley hitched up his trousers, which were slipping down his fat bottom.
      Those are just the first 10 pages in one book. It doesn't include all of the other times their weight is negatively highlighted and aligned with poor traits.
      As for demographics, there were still Black and Brown schoolkids and openly gay adults in the UK in the 90s (I live here). If the majority were, then it wouldn't make much sense, but more than what she specified.

    • Di :3
      Di :3 Ай бұрын

      @Essentially Invisible hahaha what a load of rubbish 😂

    • Evelyn Vallejos
      Evelyn Vallejos 3 ай бұрын

      @Essentially Invisible that line said by Snape in the first movie about Harry "Fame isn't everything" can apply to jk herself.

    • Luisana01
      Luisana01 7 ай бұрын +1

      @Badd Medicine J K Rowling is really a genius to be able to create this world out of her mind

  • Pro-V
    Pro-V 6 ай бұрын +46

    56:30 Ron reading Harry’s tea leaves: “You’re going to suffer, but you are going to be happy about it.”
    Never caught that foreshadowing before.

  • Katherine Beals
    Katherine Beals 7 ай бұрын +26

    I'm having a rewatch of this series and I laughed way more at reactions than I did the first time 🤣🤣🤣 the inklings of your new fandom incoming was so evident when Oak was angry about buckbeak

    • Badd Medicine
      Badd Medicine  7 ай бұрын +5

      Thank you, Katherine. And thank you for sharing this and doing a rewatch. And at that point... Zero idea that we would get as invested as we are now. 🤙🤙🤙

  • Jack
    Jack 10 ай бұрын +148

    Alan Rickman and Gary Oldman scene is the stuff of legends "a dementors kiss one can only imagine what that's like, it's said to be almost unbearable to witness, but I'll do my best". Love that scene so much

    • Susan Stenson
      Susan Stenson 10 ай бұрын +2

      That brief hug between Sirius and Remus spawned a new subgenre of fanfiction and art called WolfStar. Personally I don't care if Sirius and Remus are straight, gay, or bi. I've seen lots of good stories in all cases.

    • Ron Weber
      Ron Weber 10 ай бұрын +23

      Oh ya, the hate expressed between them was visceral. Magnificent acting by both.

  • Rachael Romine
    Rachael Romine 10 ай бұрын +41

    I don’t know that I’ve watched anything in the last month that was as enjoyable as watching three grown men watch Harry Potter! I know, we the fans, keep telling you guys “just wait! You won’t predict what happens next!” But it’s true. And watching the three of you become kids again watching this series has been a blast. Impatiently waiting for the next one! Stop making us wait a week in between!!! Much love from Louisiana 💜⚜💜

    • David Baye
      David Baye 10 ай бұрын +4

      Thank you for the kind words! It’s quite the journey we’re all on and loving it more by the minute! -Oak

  • Giacomo Calvi
    Giacomo Calvi 10 ай бұрын +179

    The Dementors are not exactly "after" Harry. They just affect him much more because of the horrors in his past (the murder of his parents) because they feed of hopelessness and despair. They suck happiness right out of the air, so the quidditch match was like a feast for them, that's why they came inside the grounds in the first place, they couldn't resist.

    • ZayTaz
      ZayTaz 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Emilio Garcia 10 years wth? I was talking about the comment and this video. Obviously yeah they probably got many spoilers before but that's not reason to give even MORE spoilers. Anyway, they already finished reacting to it since it's been 6 months so yeah

    • Emilio Garcia
      Emilio Garcia 3 ай бұрын

      @ZayTaz its been 10 years get over it and it was already said in previous movie. It’s not like she said he’s a horcrux

    • ZayTaz
      ZayTaz 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Emilio Garcia its a fking spoiler why do u love it.

    • Emilio Garcia
      Emilio Garcia 10 ай бұрын

      @Miranda Loomis Love your comment! I’ve heard this theory as well

  • fkw123
    fkw123 10 ай бұрын +607

    Sirius Black escaped from Azkaban after seeing Scabbers (Peter Pettigrew) in a Daily Prophet article of the paper Cornelius Fudge gave him in late July 1993, recognising him as his traitorous former friend. By 31 July, Black took advantage of his extreme weight loss to slip through his cell door in his Animagus dog form (which was unregistered, thus the Ministry did not take preparations against) while the Dementors were bringing in his food and swam across the North Sea to find Pettigrew. Black was able to maintain his sanity due to his knowledge of his innocence, a non-happy thought that the Dementors could not take. It was only this that allowed him to maintain his powers to transform, and what made the escape possible.

    • TheAngryDanishViking
      TheAngryDanishViking 2 ай бұрын +2

      it's actually the image we see of the Weasley family in Egypt.

    • Kindra Kowalski
      Kindra Kowalski 7 ай бұрын +2

      @Tara it was in there

    • Susan Stenson
      Susan Stenson 10 ай бұрын +2

      @Erik Perhs They feed on human emotions.

    • D
      D 10 ай бұрын +10

      @Tara might want to reread it them 😂

    • Tara
      Tara 10 ай бұрын

      i dont remember that being in the book...

  • Sarah K
    Sarah K 10 ай бұрын +75

    The dementors feed off of despair and sadness, and Harry has experienced more of that than most of his peers. Thats why the dementors are obsessed with him lol. And they effect him the strongest for the same reason-Harry has experienced true horrors and sadness, so when a dementor comes and sucks away the happiness, Harry is left with some really horrible things in his mind

    • Evelyn Vallejos
      Evelyn Vallejos 2 ай бұрын +1

      Yes, the rest of the kids at least grew up with strong parental figures. Harry doesn't know what is that about, he grew up in an abusive environment. It's interesting to think about that if we compare both Harry and Tom Riddle who had a similar background (even worse than Harry's) and that lead him to become Voldemort but Harry made completely different choices. As Dumbledore said "its our choices what defines us".

  • EmmaJ.K.88
    EmmaJ.K.88 9 ай бұрын +12

    I wish the films showed more of Hermione’s close friendships with her female friends like in the books. I mean they kind of do in the films but it’s sadly not often. Also most of Hermione’s lines and scenes in this film were actually originally Ron’s in the book. Like him standing up to Sirius to not let him get to Harry. And he even yelled at Snape for treating Hermione terribly.

  • Joakim Karlsson
    Joakim Karlsson 10 ай бұрын +163

    Unless someone already told you. The actor playing dumbledore in the first 2 passed away before making the following films.

    • Aiman LA
      Aiman LA 8 ай бұрын

      I've already watched harry potter 3 and i was still didn't find a dumbledore. I didn't see his presence

    • terry landess
      terry landess 10 ай бұрын +3

      Michael Gambon also worked in another movie with Gary Oldman and another character (Frances de la Tour) that won't be seen till the next Potter movie. As George and Martha Washington in 'The Book of Eli'.

  • 06hAnBan26
    06hAnBan26 10 ай бұрын +12

    I enjoyed your conversation after the movie, really insightful. I grew up along with these characters and was about the same age/grade as the actors as this story progressed so this series holds a lot of nostalgia for me. I can't even describe the excitement of the latest book coming out or the newest trailer for the next movie. The Harry Potter series has been translated more than any other book in the world apart from the Bible. It was a phenomenon.. can't wait for your next reaction!

    • Badd Medicine
      Badd Medicine  10 ай бұрын +1

      Thank you! We appreciate it 🤙 Really great to see the impact this franchise has had on people.

  • Always1895
    Always1895 10 ай бұрын +132

    "This really makes me wanna read the books"
    yes yes YES!!! Go for it! As good as the movies are, they can't hold a candle to the books.🦉❤️ Sooo much more world building and details. For me, it's especially the references and motifs from hundreds of years of literature, mythology, Alchemy, religion and British culture that Rowling so masterfully has woven into the story, all while giving them clever twists, that make me pick up the books again and again.

  • Maximillian Osaben
    Maximillian Osaben 10 ай бұрын +387

    There's a notorious moment in the next movie that hits the emotions hard. Gets me every time.
    But, yeah, we're past the freshman year type stuff.

    • Mrs Fahrenheit
      Mrs Fahrenheit 10 ай бұрын +2

      @Albert Kekstein hahahhaha😂

    • Albert Kekstein
      Albert Kekstein 10 ай бұрын +24

      "... " he asked calmly.

    • Miro
      Miro 10 ай бұрын +9

      @Evan Hansen especially waiting for their reaction on that because 😿 SPOILER
      it's robert pattinson younger and they just watched batman

    • Bunny Moon
      Bunny Moon 10 ай бұрын +22

      Every damn time i watch “that’s my boy” scene i cry like a baby

    • miss louie보라색 곰
      miss louie보라색 곰 10 ай бұрын +3

      Yes, the next movie hits deeply hard.

  • Danisachan
    Danisachan 10 ай бұрын +15

    Oh, they didn't leave out just a little but A LOT. Little interactions that tie everything together in the end, like Hermione always being tired and short-tempered throughout that year, because of attending so many classes, and that her getting the time turner at all was a big exception because she is such a model student. (The whole story about the Marauders, but that was already mentioned...) And it only gets worse with the next movies, because the books got more and more complex and big. They are basically mystery thrillers, not just young adult books. The next book is my absolute favourite (Rowling was at her absolute peak there) but sadly the movie doesn't do it justice for me, because I just know what all is missing and how they changed characters to make them more cinematically appealing. The fate of one, who has read the books first. :) But I am sure you will enjoy the whole series. I can only recommend reading the books too, they are just awesome! :D A true phenomenon of our time.

  • Claw
    Claw 8 ай бұрын +38

    Thing I like about Snape is, he is super strict, and quite harsh, but when the chips are down he's there for you. When Lupin turned, Snape didn't hesitate even for a second to jump infront of the kids to protect them.

    • White Void
      White Void Ай бұрын

      He's the epitome of no-nonsense person

    • A K
      A K 2 ай бұрын +7

      Snape's character is one of the few things that's actually better in the movies lol. RIP Alan

    • Oldrose
      Oldrose 2 ай бұрын +3

      Love that part

  • Quessir
    Quessir 10 ай бұрын +178

    "Why do the Dementors keep going for Harry?"
    It was hilarious to me that you guys were asking this question and speaking over the actual explanation you were looking for!
    Also -
    "Why does he keep giving him chocolate?!"
    He just explained why! Each time he hands it out, he explains why. It helps. It's explained better in the books (of course) but he explicity, outright says - it helps.

    • TheMattVis
      TheMattVis 10 ай бұрын +27

      @Badd Medicine I think I read somewhere, it's because Dementor trying to relieve you worst moments, and that's why the Patronum Spell need to be when you thinking the most happiest moment in your live.
      Chocolate is said to release serotonin in your brain, which makes someone to be uplifting, or in a good mood, so, it definitely helps.

    • Quessir
      Quessir 10 ай бұрын +34

      @Badd Medicine perfectly understandable. Looking forward to you reacting to the next films! :D

    • Badd Medicine
      Badd Medicine  10 ай бұрын +81

      That's our bad. We were too excited 🤣

  • Sarah Campbell
    Sarah Campbell 6 ай бұрын +6

    I'm new to your channel and watched your reaction to the 20th anniversary special first. It's been really fun binging your reactions after seeing what big fans you are now. You guys are great to listen to and your chemistry between each other is awesome. I was 11 when I read the first book, same age as Harry was. And grew up almost parallel to him in age through all the books. I'm now 34 and can't wait to share them with my daughter when she's older.

    • Badd Medicine
      Badd Medicine  6 ай бұрын +2

      Thank you for the kind words. It really cool to see a lot of not everyone will be sharing with their kids.

  • The Un-known Guy
    The Un-known Guy 10 ай бұрын +154

    'Expecto Patronum' doesn't only makes shield, it's an 'Attack' spell that conjures a creature (made out of light), based on the wizard/witch, and attacks with it

  • Iris Cabej
    Iris Cabej 10 ай бұрын +75

    I’m so excited for this one!! I love people giving Harry Potter a chance and seeing how dark the series gets as it progresses. It isn’t just a kids story

    • Miro
      Miro 10 ай бұрын

      @Kathleen Smith yeah i've heard many people praise the books because of that. I might start reading the books this year!

    • Kathleen Smith
      Kathleen Smith 10 ай бұрын +3

      @Miro Yes if you just start you will be surprised just how easy and quick you will absorb all the new details you find in the books -- there were times I literally could not set the book down -- Enjoy!

    • Miro
      Miro 10 ай бұрын

      @Iris Cabej 😊👍🏻

    • Iris Cabej
      Iris Cabej 10 ай бұрын +3

      @Miro they’re honestly very good and it’s nice to see some specific details that the movie doesn’t get into since it has the disadvantage of being a movie. The books are a lot darker but honestly it fits because of what Harry goes through in those 7 years, the kid has some trauma!! I love both the books and the movies but it is rlly nice to see certain things that get glossed over. If you do end up reading them, I hope you enjoy!!

    • Miro
      Miro 10 ай бұрын +3

      I haven't read the HP books yet, because I don't literally ever read but I think maybe when I start reading, Harry Potter books will be my first books!
      Cuz I love those movies been watching them since I was a kid

  • Mrs Fahrenheit
    Mrs Fahrenheit 10 ай бұрын +6

    I gotta say I love how in the first 2 movies it’s a classic „happy ending“- story like in the end our protagonists win and everything ends up being good all conflict is resolved.
    Even in Prisoner of Azkaban there’s still hope, in the end we kinda get some sort of happy ending but you also realize that not always every aspect of the story can end well for the protagonists.
    Sometimes the world‘s just unfair- in this case with Lupin getting fired and having to leave the school in the end, Peter Pettigrew getting away and also Sirius not getting redemption from officials which resolves in Harry and him not being able to be together and Sirius having to live in hiding basically or else he’ll be executed.
    By the fourth movie however, there’s no hope
    left anymore. No happy ending but instead cruel reality.
    Can’t wait for the next you guyss!!! 🙌🏻

  • Manny D.
    Manny D. 10 ай бұрын +15

    I’ve seen some people argue that the details about the Marauders and the map are unimportant. They definitely aren’t and should have been included. A change from the book that wasn’t a big deal, but is still interesting is this: Harry gets the new broom, the Firebolt, much sooner in the books. But because it was sooner, he didn’t know it was from Sirius. So it gets confiscated for a bit while they check off dark magic etc on it. I go back and forth on whether I prefer how the book handles it vs how the movie did.
    Glad you guys enjoyed this one! Alfonso Cuaron really did this movie in his own style and nicely separately it from the first movies. Can’t wait for the next reaction!

    • Badd Medicine
      Badd Medicine  10 ай бұрын

      Thanks for check this one out, Manny! Keep the tidbits coming 👍

  • J. 1
    J. 1 10 ай бұрын +25

    The Sirius/Lupin/Snape scene in the shrieking shack is one of my favorites in the entire series. It’s three world class actors in Alan Rickman, Gary Oldman, and David Thewlis acting the most pivotal scene in the movie and they are absolutely fantastic in it. I always rewind to see it again, it’s just that good.
    Another great reaction, y’all!

    • JustManic
      JustManic 8 ай бұрын

      Gotta give credit to Timothy Spall too

    • Susan Stenson
      Susan Stenson 10 ай бұрын +2

      @J. 1 It's really annoying how he keeps calling Sirius "Silas." Come on!

    • J. 1
      J. 1 10 ай бұрын

      I appreciate that Oak is willing to see what’s next without automatically writing something off and assuming he won’t enjoy it just because the first experience(s) wasn’t really his thing.
      I think the “new” Dumbledore will grow on you. D2’s portrayal became my favorite as the movies progressed and I honestly can’t imagine Richard Harris (D1) playing some of the future scenes. I love the gravitas Michael Gambon brought to the role.
      The next movie has a scene people whine about a lot where Dumbledore is agitated and loud with Harry after his name comes out of the Goblet (I know you’ve already posted GoF on Patreon which is the only reason I’d mention a potential spoiler). The book says, “…Dumbledore asks calmly,” and people use this as a reason to crap on D2 which is absolutely ridiculous. In that one question and the way he asks it they convey about half a chapter or more of half a dozen other characters sharing their outrage/worry/concern. It was a brilliant choice by the writer, director, actor, whoever it was that chose it. We instantly understand that chill Dumbledore is unsettled by this and we (and Harry) know it’s a BIG DEAL without being blatantly told. It does nothing to permanently alter how we view Dumbledore throughout the remaining movies unless you’re pissed off that the movie doesn’t exactly match the books. 🙄
      Oak is right that Dumbledore is letting Harry stretch his wings but is always there in the background guiding him and giving life lessons. It’s important to remember though, too, that Dumbledore is Headmaster of a busy school not to mention all his other endeavors. He’s not their home room teacher. Principals rarely have this close of a relationship with students.

  • Subuwu
    Subuwu Ай бұрын +1

    Honestly my favorite book from the series when I was little, and probably my top 2 for the movies. It's the book/movie that makes the whole franchise take a massive dive into morality, intrigue, emotion, and lessons. You see how the series is not just about the mystical magic of growing up.

  • Carlos GC
    Carlos GC 10 ай бұрын +44

    The new director (Alfonso Cuaron) did a great job with this movie, which is often the best reviewed movie in the HP franchise. Unfortunately, Cuaron did not return for the next one so you will see something very different. The next one is still a good movie but it definitely has a different vibe, just an FYI

  • Iris Cabej
    Iris Cabej 10 ай бұрын +82

    The marauders map was created by a group of friends that actually consisted of Remus Lupin (moony) Peter pettigrew (wormtail) sirius black (padfoot) James potter (prongs). The nicknames they gave each other after each (minus remus) becoming an animagus to help remus’s transformations as a werewolf because they could accompany him as animals. You saw Peter and Sirius’s animagus forms and James’s was a stag which is the same as Harry’s patronus (also why he thought he saw his father when he saw the stag patronus)

  • Anna Moore
    Anna Moore 7 ай бұрын +3

    BINGING all of these reaction videos right now dude I’m loving it. I wish I could’ve been there as y’all were watching it to be able to fill you in on more in depth stuff in the end comments. The HP world is just full of so much fun interesting intricate stuff! Can’t wait for the rest! PoA has always been my favorite!

  • Stan_meow
    Stan_meow Ай бұрын

    This has been my favorite reaction video from the HP films you’ve done so far! Like all us fans that grew up on these books I can remember how amazing it was to read about the twists and turns for the first time. And now seeing others have that same experience makes me relive those moments. Even though there is a lot of plot missing from the movie this is easily many fans’ favorite film. The mood, the story, the twists, the score. Everything made it a magical experience. ;)

    NANA THE DELTA 10 ай бұрын +125

    The reason why Lupin give Choccolate to Harry is because it helps against depression but only for short term though. if Dementor fed on you for too long, even a truckload of chocolate won’t help you :D
    Science fact : chocolate can affects your neurotransmitter, release dopamine and endorphins. which reducing anxiety and depression in the process. However, you might get addicted if you eat it literally everyday since you disrupt your innate natural neurotransmitter system, creates a new pattern for your brain. then your brain will keep demand it.

    • Sailië Alquadacil
      Sailië Alquadacil 10 ай бұрын

      @Skabbråttan Chocolate contains endorphins - your body should still be able to extract them even if you don't like chocolate. Though it's possible that the dislike has a negative impact on the effect.

    • Skabbråttan
      Skabbråttan 10 ай бұрын

      @Di :3 what? I never said anything about being allergic??

    • Di :3
      Di :3 10 ай бұрын

      @Skabbråttan definitely not if you are allergic to it, like I used to be when I was a kid

    • SoulScyther 666
      SoulScyther 666 10 ай бұрын

      It also helps you gain back energy, that's why it's helpful to those that got fainted by dementors attack. Also the reason why campers or people who does strenuous activity packs a bar of chocolate in their pocket for a quick bite or for a handy ration.

    • Di :3
      Di :3 10 ай бұрын

      It doesn’t help because when you are chronically depressed, your reward system is so damaged that you don’t get dopamine response hardly ever.

  • UberTerris
    UberTerris 10 ай бұрын +7

    This is personally the first time i've seen a reaction where one of the reactors openly admits to not enjoying the content all that much. It definitely makes it so much more satisfying to get to this movie and have his mind completely changed. happy to people being introduced to these movies!

  • John Alexander
    John Alexander 10 ай бұрын +60

    I love how y'all have zero vested interest in this world and you STILL caught that Harry doing magic in the cold open is a MASSIVE plothole, well played lads. The best explanation I can offer is that lumos (flashlight spell) is such a basic spell that it's not covered by the underage wizardry laws. If a muggle sees a wizard with their wand tip lit then they are 99.9% certain to just assume it's a flashlight.

    • Kisili
      Kisili 10 ай бұрын

      Maybe Lumos Maxima was a school assignment, and certain spells were permitted as homework?

    • John Alexander
      John Alexander 10 ай бұрын +1

      @Sweet Symphony Yes but in the book he does illegally cast lumos in the muggle world. It's before he gets on the Knight Bus when dog-Sirius appears in the alley.

    • John Alexander
      John Alexander 10 ай бұрын

      @Dylan Cole the laws do not make that distinction & the only reason Harry wasn't severely reprimanded was the direct intervention of the Minister for Magic. Harry received an official warning the previous year after Dobby (not even Harry) cast a hover charm at the Dursley's. As for expulsion from Hogwarts, that's not up to the ministry & even if Harry had been arrested & sent to Azkaban, Dumbledore would be under no obligation to expel him.

    • Alicia Karas
      Alicia Karas 10 ай бұрын +3

      The accidental magic 100% should have gotten him expelled, and probably would have any other year. He got a warning notice and nearly was expelled for Dobby's magic a year earlier, and they couldn't prove Harry had even been the one to do the magic. Fudge knew that Sirius Black was out for Harry, though, and the safest place for him to go was Hogwarts, so he couldn't expel him. If the public found out Fudge was responsible for expelling Harry and Sirius Black found and killed him, he'd have the PR blowback of the century and probably lose his job.
      The lumos spell... total movie-only plothole, but I'd buy John's explanation.

    • Dylan Cole
      Dylan Cole 10 ай бұрын

      Also, I just assumed that since it was an accident and purely reactionary it wouldn’t be that big of a deal when it came to the laws. The laws are that you can’t intentionally do magic outside of school if you are underage, and he had an uncontrollable emotional response- millions of kids his age and younger have probably done similar with the rise in extreme emotion so it would make sense that the laws put in place would make that distinction and decide not to charge him for it. And, even if it was an issue, the worst they would probably do is expel him from Hogwarts, I doubt that they would send a kid younger than 17 to Azkaban. Maybe their version of a mental institution but not to prison.

  • Erik Perhs
    Erik Perhs 10 ай бұрын +77

    The Patronus charm usually takes the form of an animal. James' was a stag (just like Harry's). That's why he thought it was his dad at the lake

    • Sailië Alquadacil
      Sailië Alquadacil 10 ай бұрын

      @Erik Perhs Where does it say that? This is all news to me. And I'm pretty sure an animagus form can be chosen. Besides, a corporeal patronus isn't fixed. It can change.
      Oh, and Harry thought that it was James who sent the stag because he himself looks so much like him. He didn't know his dad's animagus form had been a stag until later. He'd guessed as much, but Lupin confirmed it only the next day.

    • Erik Perhs
      Erik Perhs 10 ай бұрын

      @Sailië Alquadacil Well, the Patronus usually takes the same form as the Animagus, doesn't it? Since they're both connect to the person's soul and can't be chosen.

    • Erik Perhs
      Erik Perhs 10 ай бұрын

      @Xeno Solarus Why not? Didn't he already know about the Marauders at that point? (I'm asking, I really don't remember)

    • Sailië Alquadacil
      Sailië Alquadacil 10 ай бұрын

      I thought it only related to James' animagus form. Do we know that his patronus (if he even had one, they're hard to conjure) was a stag?

    • Xeno Solarus
      Xeno Solarus 10 ай бұрын +5

      @toodlescae Exactly. Harry doesn't know about James connection to stags (patronus and animagus form).

  • Supernova Skies
    Supernova Skies 8 ай бұрын +4

    This movie has a different director then the rest of them. I believe the first 2 have the same director, then someone else took over for this one, then another director came in to do 4-7 (both parts 1 and 2). I've always appriciated the difference in tone and direction that this movie has from the others. Really emphasizes that things are changing in the story (I don't know weather to consider this one the transitional book/film or if it's the 4th)

  • Orange Julius
    Orange Julius 5 ай бұрын +3

    These books would definitely be great to read to your kids as they get older. Some of my fondest memories are from when I was younger and my mom would read them with me after school.

  • Philip Butler
    Philip Butler 10 ай бұрын +87

    Neville Longbottom and Harry Potter have a connection that is never really explained in the movies.

    • Baron Brummbär
      Baron Brummbär 2 ай бұрын +1

      @A K ik ...... i litrally sayed i thing if THAT part would have been diffrent it would have been better

    • A K
      A K 2 ай бұрын

      @Baron Brummbär yeah but the point is that 'the chosen one' only became the chosen one because Voldemort marked him as his equal. Voldemort set the prophecy in action without realizing

    • Baron Brummbär
      Baron Brummbär 2 ай бұрын

      @A K "the chosen one" is the only one who can end voldemort ..... i thing the story would have been much better if the ending of the prohpecy (witch clarified that it is harry not nevil) would have been more vague and in the end harry would have revvealed that he never was the chosen one and it is on nevil to defeat voldemort
      if you thing that is a stupid idea ok ...... but you do understand it do you ?

    • A K
      A K 2 ай бұрын

      ​@Baron Brummbär "The Chosen One" isn't like a real, magical thing or anything though. It just means Voldemort marking Harry as his equal is what eventually led to his downfall. If he'd marked Neville as his equal who knows what would have happened.. what do you mean by Harry revealing that Neville is the chosen one ? That wouldn't mean anything at that point

    • Baron Brummbär
      Baron Brummbär 10 ай бұрын +1

      @Mitch i know ---- that is why i don´t see a deeper conection between them --------
      to be honest if i would have been rowling i wouldn´t have added the "mark him as his equal" line ------ and in book 7 had harry reveal that the choosen one is neville

  • Makkaru112
    Makkaru112 10 ай бұрын +3

    It's well worth the read for the patronus lesson, it took weeks and the development on the books shows so much more depth to why Lupin was a huge father figure and mentor!

  • Kat Webb
    Kat Webb 10 ай бұрын +55

    Completely agree about animals being put down unfairly because of people. I'm an animal lover too so that part always resonated with me. So glad Buckbeak was saved in the end. Great comments on the lessons from each movie. Looking forward to the next one. 💕

    • Kat Webb
      Kat Webb 10 ай бұрын

      @Natalia 🙄

    • Natalia
      Natalia 10 ай бұрын


    • Moon Heems
      Moon Heems 10 ай бұрын +4

      @Kat Webb wanted to be sure with the she 😊. And yesss

    • Kat Webb
      Kat Webb 10 ай бұрын +10

      @Moon Heems She btw 🙂 and I agree. That's always such a weird thing some people jump to once you say you love animals. It's not a direct correlation.

    • Moon Heems
      Moon Heems 10 ай бұрын +13

      @pokegem and what if she/he isn't? You can be an animal lover without being a vegetarian. You do not deside that right?

  • Ashish Sunny
    Ashish Sunny 10 ай бұрын +37

    This is my most re-watched movie! I personally think this is one of the most well made movies of the 2000s, don't be fooled by the action/fantasy label. The cinematography of the movie is outstanding, adaptive screenplay is the one of the best ever done.. Cuarón is a master filmmaker! Oh, and the music!! John Willams's "A window to the past" and the Buckbeak one is magical ✨

  • Esoteria Healing
    Esoteria Healing 2 ай бұрын +1

    The analogy of fear (boggart) being finished by laughter is so good! Also, dementors are supposed to be the depiction of depression. It sucks your soul or your life out of you (wilting flowers), and you feel better when you have chocolate!

  • Jessica
    Jessica 9 ай бұрын +3

    Love seeing you guys getting more interested in the series! It only gets better. I can't sleep tonight so I'm binging your videos!

    • Badd Medicine
      Badd Medicine  9 ай бұрын +1

      Hell yeah Jessica. Hopefully you do get some sleep eventually 😁🤘

  • Leon Brooks
    Leon Brooks 10 ай бұрын +46

    If I’m honest since this is based at a British school the idea that they would be playing Quidditch in these conditions isn’t strange. We play sports in all sorts of weather here in the UK. If we didn’t play in a bit of rain we would never get to play 😂
    Also the Dementors are supposed to be the personification of depression, JK wrote them to show the depression she previously suffered and the one thing she found that really helped was to eat chocolate.

  • Priya Ravindran
    Priya Ravindran 8 ай бұрын +2

    It’s bad, but the way I laughed when Quinn said, “This is garbage, bro!” when Buckbeak was “executed.” Oak’s speech about how animals pay the price for being animals also hit me in the feels. That and how he is slowly becoming a fan of the series. I also crack up how he’s constantly messing up character’s names😂 Great video, guys!

  • Ruchie
    Ruchie 10 ай бұрын +17

    I love this one, it's my favorite. The other movies/books are great too, I just have my reasons for liking this one the best (can't say why, bcs spoilers).
    It's interesting to see adults watching these movies for the first time. It's totally different point of view. I grew up with Harry Potter (read the first one when I was 11 and had to wait for years to get to the final part). This universe was with me in my teenage years and since I didn't have the best family background, it was so comforting. It may sound silly, but Hogwarts still means home to me, even when I'm fully grown adult now. I think you're right, it teaches important lessons. I didn't realize it as a child of course. But it thought me a lot about friendship and that your family doesn't have to be the one you were born into. Oh, and also... it has magic, it's funny and sometimes pretty epic - more reasons to like it. :)

    • Essentially Invisible
      Essentially Invisible 10 ай бұрын +1

      Could you perhaps add a spoiler warning and several
      .... so we can understand your reasons without people stumbling across it? :)

  • Wynfirth
    Wynfirth 10 ай бұрын +7

    I'm so glad y'all got here. Its time to plunge into darkness in an all out free fall, Each installment from here on is twice as intense as the previous. I'm super stoked to see how ya like the next one!

  • andrea's journal
    andrea's journal 8 ай бұрын +2

    the reason the dementors went after harry so much is because they go after souls, and could sense the two souls in harry (his own and voldemorts). they actually waited a couple years between the filming of the 2nd one and 3rd one, because daniel's parents wanted him to do more school work. and alfonso cuarón directed this one as everyone knows, he is very known for more cinematic works of art and he really wanted to portray this film as the beginning of the darker times to come

  • RachelKDS
    RachelKDS 10 ай бұрын +4

    My favorite of all the Harry Potter movies 💜 I love the enthusiasm you guys have for this!

    • Badd Medicine
      Badd Medicine  10 ай бұрын

      Thank you and thanks for watching. We appreciate it 🤙

  • Vicky Zou.
    Vicky Zou. 10 ай бұрын +15

    The Shrieking Shack was an abandoned house in Hogsmeade. For many years, villagers thought it was haunted because they often heard screams coming from inside, and Albus Dumbledore encouraged the rumour, as he was the one who commissioned it, due to Remus Lupin's Lycanthropy. The secret passageway could be seen on the Marauder's Map, which was at the possession of Remus, Sirius, Pettigrew and James-as it's been mentioned in other comments. The Shrieking Shack was only used so that Remus Lupin would have a place for his monthly transformations into a werewolf in secret and in safety. The yells and shouts heard by the villagers were really Lupin biting and scratching himself due to lack of humans to infect. The Whomping Willow was planted the same year that Remus Lupin arrived at Hogwarts as a student. The tree can be frozen by pushing a knot on its base. During the Marauders time at Hogwarts, a transformed Peter Pettigrew, whose Animagus form was a rat, would slip in and push the knot so they could go in. This was one of the best info I had read in the books, and I wish this story would be more clear in the movie too. Prizoner of Azkaban is my second fav film of the series, after the Goblet of Fire. Can't wait to watch your reaction to that 😂 Keep goinggggg!!!!

  • K Ba
    K Ba 4 ай бұрын +1

    I think one of the main lessons I can take from this one is, misjudgment of character, it happens with Snape, lupin, Sirius, even Dumbledore and Draco.
    its crazy, it reminds me of how close-minded I could be as a child when it came to trusting people and having faith that they wouldn't hurt me or that they would. and a lot of the times when I was hurt by people I often times afterwards went through periods where I would close up and not engage new people as much, but I love now as an adult being able to allow myself naivety and trust and the faith and belief to open up to all.
    I think all the movies also very clearly paint, what actions bring certain outcomes.
    I love your guys videos and im so excited to see the next ones.

  • Jathy Gamer
    Jathy Gamer 10 ай бұрын +12

    Great take on the lesson for parents! I never thought of that.
    I am surprised not one of you picked up on Lupin's fear (boggart) being the moon or the plot device of only finding a piece of a body (Peter's finger)
    I'm very excited for y'all to continue on this epic story! I'm sure one day you'll want to take the sorting hat quiz 🎥 💓 🍿

  • Sam's Words
    Sam's Words 10 ай бұрын +24

    Perhaps someone already mentioned this: Remus in Roman mythology is one of two twins raised by a she-wolf. Lupus is Latin for wolf. Lupine is the adjective. Sirius is the name of the dog star. So Rowling dropped some hints for us.

  • Luisa Duarte
    Luisa Duarte 10 ай бұрын +2

    Glad they’re getting more into it as the movies progress, and so fun to watch their reactions haha

  • Greisi Faye
    Greisi Faye 10 ай бұрын +5

    I love the nicknames for the characters 😂.
    I think you guys will enjoy watching fantastic beasts. Its still the same universe but its mostly about the mystical animals. Very comedic and action packed. Totally recommend checking it out on your own or on the channel!

    • Badd Medicine
      Badd Medicine  10 ай бұрын +1

      Definitely would like to check them out. Might happen after the Hobbit movies. 🤙

  • Sleepy Ash
    Sleepy Ash Ай бұрын

    Definitely always be my number one from Harry Potter series and the one I've been watched countless time next to the first one without getting tired of. Not only the plot that makes me love it so much but for me the casts looks the best here 💜

  • Braiden Toelke
    Braiden Toelke Ай бұрын

    So glad to see yall getting into it, especially oak!! I actually wasn't aloud to watch this as a kid because the dementors and werewolf were deemed too scary by my parents, but it's such a good film. My personal favorite is tue 4th one however, so I cannot wait to see yall react to that one!

  • Sudeep Sarkar
    Sudeep Sarkar 10 ай бұрын +14

    What life lessons have you learned from Harry Potter? You remember Dumbledore's speech in the beginning, 'when things seem dark, one must remember to turn on the light'.
    There was a shooting in the US where the father went on a rampage and shot everyone at home. But one little girl survived. She quoted that line and said she drew strength from it.
    It's inspiring to many in that way.

  • Seesham
    Seesham 10 ай бұрын +10

    This was the best adapted book! Love this one. Cuaron did it justice.

  • Ross Miles
    Ross Miles 9 ай бұрын +3

    The books really are amazing, if you love the movies you will love the books. As a 30 year old, I grew up with the books/movies and I still reread the these books every year starting in October. The books give you so much info on the world and really are worth the read.

  • CozyCramorant
    CozyCramorant 10 ай бұрын +2

    Harry Potter and the Plot Twists of Azkaban is definitely still a great movie. This one and the next one might be a tie for favorite movies; it's so hard to choose, the older I get. Great reaction!

    • Badd Medicine
      Badd Medicine  10 ай бұрын +1

      Thank you and thanks for watching🤙😁

  • Alex Steinberg
    Alex Steinberg 10 ай бұрын +1

    The crazy thing is I was 4/5, this movie was the first one I saw that was rental shortly after it went to dvd. My dad and I slept through the whole thing on accident😂 turns out my mom was reading the books and I ended up just catching up! These books were the first “bigger” series I was reading on my own! Love these reactions

  • John Nusz
    John Nusz 9 ай бұрын +1

    I watched the movies and was told about how much is missing from them. So I got the audio books (narrated by Jim Dale) and loved them even more than the movies.... so I got to where I re-listen to them about once a year. I was just about to start Prisoner of Azkaban when I saw that all the movies were available on this playlist so I'm watching your reaction before I get into my re-listen of book 3.

  • Attractive Zombie
    Attractive Zombie 10 ай бұрын +2

    Something i find interesting is that when Ron reads Harry’s teacup he says “you’re gunna suffer, but you’re gunna be happy about it” it’s actually a pretty accurate reading. . . He does end up suffering quite a bit on this movie but he gains a new relationship with his godfather and ends up happier because of that.
    Just a funny little tidbit that i noticed while watching this one

  • Melina Pertsi
    Melina Pertsi 10 ай бұрын +4

    The Harry potter serie has so many quotes and beautiful lessons!! It is literally my all time favourite serie

    • Melina Pertsi
      Melina Pertsi 10 ай бұрын

      @David Baye You should definitely!! Have fun!

    • David Baye
      David Baye 10 ай бұрын +1

      I need to go back and watch them all again to make sure I didn’t miss any! -Oak

  • Amélie Karen
    Amélie Karen 24 күн бұрын

    The more I watch your videos, the more impressed I am with the Answer's ability to remember names. Especially in that franchise where weird sounding names is basically the norm. Kudos to him, I could never.

  • Lydia Rose
    Lydia Rose 3 ай бұрын +1

    i just found you guys through your new avatar reactions and the Oak's focus on lessons is sooo sweet! such good dad energy, its great knowing you're paying attention to that when watching all this children's media

  • Jess5_11
    Jess5_11 10 ай бұрын +4

    This one is SO fun to watch a reaction to! Seeing the confusion from the first run of the night and then everything coming together. It's such a clever movie!

  • Adam Minar
    Adam Minar 10 ай бұрын +17

    What I really appreciated about the book here is how it delivers the mistake that Sirius being the one who betrayed Harry's parents.
    Also the reason why Harry seemed to look like a stag when defeated all the dementors is that when the patronus charm is perfected, it takes a form of an animal (unique to the wizard)

  • Siddharth Pillai
    Siddharth Pillai 10 ай бұрын +15

    The reason Lupin was able to know about the map was because he helped make it.
    Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot and Prongs are the makers of the Marauders Map.
    Sirius Black, James Potter and Peter Pettigrew learned to be animagi to accompany Lupin while Lupin is a werewolf to make the transformation less worse. Dumbledore had planted the whomping willow and put in a secret entrance to the shrieking shack so that when Lupin was studying at Hogwarts, he could have used the shack during full moons.
    Moony: Lupin
    Wormtail: Pettigrew
    Padfoot: Sirius
    Prongs: James Potter (because his animagus was a stag)

  • Dogti
    Dogti 10 ай бұрын +12

    When people say the 6th one gets the short end, I always feel like what you learn about James Potter group was way more important that the whole story of Voldemort. Sure, it was important too, but I feel like we know enough in the movies to understand the main villain. I wonder if a series could do the books justice, or short movies about plot point absent from the original movies.
    Harry and Sirius discussion about a new home hits hard. That's all they both want : Harry to be away from the Dursley and learn more about his parents, Sirius to take care of this little boy and talk about his best friend. I love how James open his house to a rejected Sirius while the Weasley are always taking care of Harry. Warm my heart.

    • Noe
      Noe 7 ай бұрын

      @Dogti I know but I've watched the movies with people who haven't read the books and they don't understand almost nothing, so clearly there are parts that should be there

    • Dogti
      Dogti 7 ай бұрын

      @Noe I know, I read the books. But it doesn't add much to what he is when Harry fought him because he never changes or have a moral doubt.

    • Noe
      Noe 7 ай бұрын

      The point is that the people who watch the movies don't learn about James potter group. They see only a piece from a death eater's point of view. They weren't bullies they were rivals and only to Snape, a death eater and bully. The movie don't show their great friendship and the fact that they were loved by all students and professors. They were great people who fought Voldemort to protect their loved ones. And I assure you that the whole story about Voldemort is crucial, it makes you understand why he is like this and why he can't feel nor understand love.

  • Travis T
    Travis T 16 күн бұрын

    PoA is my and sounds like a lot of people's favorite HP. It's unfortunate that Richard Harris passed away and they had to recast Dumbledore, but Gambon does a phenomenal job for the rest of the series. The shrieking shack scene with 4 legends, I'll actually say 7 because the kids were also great and today are considered legends for these films alone, was just incredible, so much talent. It could also help that as a 90s kid growing up with these films as a teenager, seeing Emma Watson start to blossom gave me my first crush on a girl. Lol But the plot, the twists, the messages, the self discovery, it's not a good HP movie, it's simply a good movie.

  • Tina Milos
    Tina Milos 10 ай бұрын +1

    Happy to see that you guys are getting more into HP world. The more you are going the more is darker and ps you have to pay attention to almost everything cuz at the last 2 movies you will found out many interesting things

  • Hera Isaway
    Hera Isaway 10 ай бұрын +14

    "You think the dead we have loved ever truly leave us? You think that we don't recall them more clearly than ever in times of great trouble? Your father is alive in you, Harry, and shows himself most plainly when you have need of him. How else could you produce that particular Patronus? Prongs rode again last night. So you did see your father last night, Harry... you found him inside yourself. "
    This whole conversation in the book broke me as I was grieving my mom's loss and that's why this book is my favorite.

  • Alex Clark
    Alex Clark 8 ай бұрын

    I enjoyed the lore and the books, and when the movies came out, I think one of the things that drew me in was that I was about the same age as the actors, and I think that gave it a special feeling.

  • CabinFever52
    CabinFever52 2 ай бұрын

    I listened to the audio books with Jim Dale reading. He really brought the books to life with his reading and giving each character their own voice. It didn't hurt having a British accent, either. Another thing that always struck me, like with the Marauder's Mao and the Half Blood Prince, is that that generation of wizards invented some serious spells...They were freaking awesome wizards and this generation seems a little lackluster in comparison, save a few exceptions.

  • Lisa Lönnman
    Lisa Lönnman 10 ай бұрын +7

    I have a hard time getting over how poorly, or even never, they explained the Marauders and the map in the movie. I feel it is such a glaring plot hole. So movie Remus and Sirius just happen to know about the map and how it works? The entire background, and thus motivation, for the characters is left out. -They ARE two of marauders, hunting the third for the murder of the fourth, and they made the map! I read the book first and knew how it all unfolded, but after I saw the movie I could not understand how movie-verse Sirius and Lupin "solved the puzzle".
    Anyways, so much fun seeing you react to this thing I grew up with :)

  • Abu Hajar Al Bugatti
    Abu Hajar Al Bugatti 4 ай бұрын

    I love how Doctor Hunkychunk is opening op to this and feeling what made them so awesome.
    If you got kids you should seriously buy the books and give them to em at around age 8-11 like I started to read them. They mold you drastically

  • Auggusst
    Auggusst Ай бұрын

    this is my favorite movie of the series but til this day it's still creepy/a little scary! and i'm a big horror fan nowadays. The design of werewolf lupin is just so perfectly creepy, and the entire dark atmosphere was an insanely memorable shift when this movie came out.

  • In The Zone
    In The Zone 10 ай бұрын +2

    I love stories that mature or change as the characters themselves grow or learn about the world. I think Harry Potter does a good job with this by both slightly darkening the tone between the movies and style of story thats chosen to be focused on between the first 3. Theres only one other story I personally know of that does it better.

  • Felleng Nthane
    Felleng Nthane 9 ай бұрын +1

    This still remains my 2nd favourite book of the series and the movie is pretty up there as well coz of all the twists coz I think the book hides all the clues so well whereas they become more obvious on film but I still love it when people get shocked by it

  • K Sta
    K Sta 10 ай бұрын +1

    J.K. Rowling really wanted Alan Rickman to play Snape. And she wanted only British actors to play a role in the movies. Oh, and Sirius was played by Gary Oldman!
    I love your reactions and am looking forward to the next one! It is so interesting to see someone watching the movies for the first time not knowing anything about the story!

  • martin christensen
    martin christensen 7 күн бұрын

    Great reaction. Loved your reaction to Buckbeak. Also the instant switch from childish joy at magic candy, to going full metalhead in unison!

  • itz_Cherise
    itz_Cherise 10 ай бұрын +2

    Great reaction! As for the chocolate, it isn't mentioned in the movies, but it in the books chocolate works as a sort of remedy to the effects of Dementors. The school nurse at Hogwarts was impressed that Lupin knew the correct remedy to use.
    Also, it isn't explained that the makers of the Marauder's Map were James Potter, Sirius Black, Remus lUpin, and Peter Pettigrew. So it's nice that Harry inherited it.

  • Jessica Pierce
    Jessica Pierce 10 ай бұрын

    Yes sadly the movies weren't able to go too far into the rich back story of all these characters. The Maurader's map and its connections to the group of friend was a good one to unravel in the books, Prisoner of Azkaban is one of my favorites because of the plot.