For anyone who enjoys and knows a lot about “Harry Potter,” it’s probably common knowledge that Dumbledore has a say in where Harry lives. He orders Hagrid to take Harry to his aunt and uncle after Sirius requested to take him in back in 1981. He demands that Harry live there and calls it homeContinue reading ““Harry Potter” Mystery: Why Does Dumbledore Get a Say in Where Harry Lives?”
If you remember the scene where Aladdin rubs the lamp while trapped in the cave of wonders, the genie comes out. He announces that he has been trapped inside of it for 10,000 years. Yet, he has no trouble functioning at all. Despite that, he does use poor etiquette numerous times at the beginning ofContinue reading ““Aladdin” Mystery: How is The Genie Able to Function After 10,000 Years in a Lamp?”
Whether you’re a die-hard “Harry Potter” fan or just know a little bit about the series, like if you’re just starting to read the books or watch the films, you might notice how different wizards and witches are from muggles (non-magical people). This could be due to the International Statue of Secrecy, where magicians must hide their magic and facts about the wizarding world to muggles.
I enjoyed this show as a child up to a certain point. However, I have heard that the later episodes toward the end of the later seasons got weirder. I reunited with this show at the beginning of the global pandemic in the spring of 2020. I heard that a certain level of stress canContinue reading “My Top Unanswered Questions About “Codename: Kids Next Door””
As a long-time fan of “The Fairly OddParents,” particularly as a child, I have picked on a lot of details, from inconsistencies to unrealistic situations, and to various mysteries. Below are some questions that still linger in my head, even as an adult. Why aren’t Timmy’s parents’ first names revealed? While Mrs. Turner’s maiden nameContinue reading “My Top Unanswered “Fairly OddParents” Questions”
While many “Harry Potter” fans point out how wizards don’t always care about safety, despite the characters claiming so, few have noticed the seemingly little care involved with cleanliness and sanitation too.
Although I was born at the end of the 20th century, I still watched a lot of old movies growing up. I noticed that many of them were musicals. Those included “The Wizard of Oz,” “Singing in the Rain,” “The Sound of Music,” and many, many more. Then there were the Disney classics, like “Cinderella” andContinue reading “Why Were Musical Movies Big in the 20th Century?”
Many discuss the “missing day” in “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” between the night Lily and James died and the next evening when Hagrid delivers Baby Harry to his aunt and uncle. But fewer talk about the “missing month” in the film.
Many people do not know that the baby in “Ice Age” has a name: Roshan. Unfortunately, Roshan receives a poor reputation from the general public.
Every “Harry Potter” fan or even pretty much anyone in the general public should know that Harry lost his parents as a baby thanks to Voldemort, and had to grow up with his abusive aunt and uncle. For those who really enjoy the series, Harry discovered his parents’ graves in the 7th installment. But who buried them? When? And why was there no funeral for them?