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Viral Video of the Day: How ‘Harry Potter’ should have ended

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harry potter endingHow should “Harry Potter” have ended? If you haven’t read the final book or seen the movie “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2,” stop reading now.

The video, illustrated in cartoon format, points out a lot of unanswered questions from the series and answers them. For example, they argue Snape shouldn’t have died because he should have been smart enough to see Voldemort’s (he who should not be named!) betrayal coming.

Also, they question why the Time Turner never got brought up again after being mentioned in just one book. The folks at How It Should Have Ended use it to kill Voldemort again — which really could have been done when he was younger anyway, before Harry Potter entered the scene, by Dumbledore or someone else.

“The time turner (although dangerous) could save EVERY character that dies following Prisoner of Azkaban as well as any person prior. But J.K. [Rowling] had the time turners destroyed in the books and the movies didn’t even mention them after the 3rd film. We felt this was not done by accident. :) So in a place like Hogwarts where they keep EVERYTHING no matter how dangerous, Hermione would never just give back something like time travel,” the HISHE staff explains.

Probably the funniest and most valid point, though, asks why parents send their kids to Hogwarts school in the first place? It’s obviously a dangerous place even without the boy wizard with the lightning scar. There’s Aragog, Whomping Willows and more perils all on the campus, let alone the crazy tests the students have to do.

How It Should Have Ended” is a series on YouTube with more than 150 million views. The creators post a new movie analysis every Thursday, debating how other films such as “Toy Story 3,” “Jaws” and “300″ should have ended.

MTV said they think HISHE does a good job filling in all the plot holes created by the “Harry Potter” books and films. What do you think? Are they spot on with how “Harry Potter” should have ended?

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