(This is my first article, so don't be too hard on me, alright?)
Alright, Zanhar1 đã đăng a link a while cách đây with an bài viết bởi a Twilight người hâm mộ stating reasons why she thought Twilight was better than Harry Potter. Well, I saw several flaws in her reasoning (not that hard), and I decided to write an bài viết about things that I thought were wrong about what she was saying. I’ll put a quote from her article, followed bởi my argument.
“Also, Twilight is MUCH thêm creative, I mean, Stephenie Meyer created a new kind of Vampire, instead of just using a stereotypical, Dracula type Vampire.”
And JKR created a new array of creatures, thousands of different spells, new WORDS for crying out loud! Not to mention the entire Wizarding World lifestyle. And characters with DEPTH.
“Plus, they’re MAJORLY hot instead of being creepy.”
What these Twilight những người hâm mộ need to get into their heads is that MUSCLE ISN’T EVERYTHING. bạn could be the hottest man in the world, but bạn wouldn’t be the least bit hot to me if bạn weren’t intelligent, and Harry Potter teaches that. Characters being hot isn’t a lesson. Try again.
“Stephenie Meyer is actually creative while JK Rowling has no original ideas at all.”
“Twilight is just so sweet and romantic, a fabuous, timeless tale that will likely be around forever”
NEWSFLASH: Twilight is already fading. thêm and thêm people are seeing how terrible Twilight is, and going back to be Harry Potter fans.
"Also, Harry Potter teaches you:
It’s ok to drop out of school and go hunt a crazy, murderous maniac bởi yourself, and not even go with an adult hoặc anything."
Vs what? Ditching school to get it on with your boyfriend? Plus, Bella did basically the same thing in Twilight with James (I used to be a major Twilight fan).
"Death is no big deal, and happens all the time."
Is she saying that death DOESN'T happen all the time? The fact that Harry Potter teaches bạn that lesson is a GOOD thing! Are we supposed to teach kids that bạn aren’t supposed to die, and that immortality is best, like Twilight does? Teaching kids (and some adults, for that matter) to accept death as a natural thing is a good thing to do.
“It’s okay to escape from jail.”
“Don’t trust your government. In fact, just go ahead and reject them completely!”
Yeah, because the Volturi were SO NICE.
“It’s okay to break the rules.”
Name ONE TIME when the message in Harry Potter was: ‘it’s okay to break the rules’. Harry does break the rules, but almost all of the time he gets caught and punished for it.
“It’s okay to shout at and be rude to teachers and other authority figures.”
Vs being a chó cái, bitch to your friends.
“And seriously, the sách are also all depressing. Lots of good characters die, which isn’t cool.”
Hate to break it to bạn kid, but PEOPLE DIE IN WAR. Unlike in Twilight, where everything is all happy and sparkly, Harry Potter deals with REAL WORLD situations.
“Also, it’s just so ridiculous, I mean, Magic is impossible.”
AGH! SO IS BECOMING A VAMPIRE! I don’t even need to explain this!
“Robert Pattison, can bạn say HOT? And he’s totally sexy when he sparkles!”
No explanation needed.
“The Volturi. REALISTIC Villains, instead of insane freaks in cloaks, like Voldemort and the Death Eaters”
*dies of laughter* The Volturi ARE insane freaks in cloaks. Is this a joke?
“Robert Pattison as Cedric Diggory. The ONE thing the producers got right! Don’t even try to deny bạn don’t rewind just to watch his scenes again!”
I deny it. Actually, Robert Pattinson was okay in HP. Not the best, but not NEARLY as bad as he was in Twilight.
“Lucius Malfoy. Hot, even for an older guy!”
Now THAT, I agree with.
Alright, that concludes my arguments. I just needed to rant SOMEWHERE hoặc else I’d explode. :D