'Dangerous Wands' joins the vaunted ranks of great 'Harry Potter' spoofs

Sometimes, the best defense against the Dark Arts is to care. If you can rap, you can cast spells! Yet another installment in our ongoing efforts to compile all amazing Harry Potter ephemera:

As someone who has seen the movie Dangerous Minds literally dozens of times (I’ve even read My Darling, My Hamburger), this makes me outrageously happy. The soundtrack might not top “Amish Paradise,” but what does?

Accio comments and reactions, PopWatchers!


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  • Mian726

    That was surprisingly funny! I was expecting another crappy spoof, but that actually looked like it could be a movie coming out. They did a really good job.

  • Allie

    Dangerous Wands, not “Dangerous Wizards”

  • MissElaine

    OMG!! This was really better than I expected. This is way too funny and really would be a hot spoof movie. I’d spend money on it.

  • Laura

    That was genius – surprisingly well done!

  • castiella

    Okay, now I actually kind of want to see “Dangerous Wands.”

  • Ara

    That was actually very good. Makes me wanna watch it.

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  • Dave

    Wow that was pretty funny! I think my favorite thing was seeing “Mudblood Go Home” written in flames on the chalkboard.

  • Celia

    LMFAO! I love it!!

  • Kacey

    There’s only two ways out of here….do I look like Quidditch material to you? Bahahaha. Loved it.

  • Celia

    I actually want to see this movie. I shocked how well it works in context. It’s not completely random because Hermione would totally do something like that and JKR did say there were wizarding schools in America.

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  • RubyBaby

    Love it! So pleased to see Ms Granger, I mean Hermione, growed up and expanding from SPEW into more good works !! Slightly depressed, though, there’s no real film…I’d pay to see it.

  • jacquelyn

    The only problem is that she is not Ms. Granger but Mrs. Weasley…I’ll forgive that though

    • dizzy

      Lol, how do we know she didn’t keep her maiden name? I could see Hermione doing that, or taking the Weasley name after her last name.
      That was hilarious. I want to see “Dangerous Wands” as well.

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  • Ryan

    I’m a sucker for these movies anyway, but I would really love it if they made this. It would be a great (funny, off-the beaten-path-yet cliche, etc.) alternative to the actual ending of Harry Potter, which, in my mind, wasn’t all that wonderful.
    They should get the funding from the big HP fansites and make this movie.

    • JackBauerEnthusiast!

      You didn’t like the last the book? WTF? That’s a first.
      I hope you’re just referring to the epilogue. I loved it, but I know some thought it was too…something.

      • BrooklynBrimstone

        JackBauerEnthusiast – I too (like Ryan) found the epilogue of “Deathly Hallows” to be unintentionally hilarious, corny and trite…she may as well have written, “..and they all lived happily ever after, married their childhood sweethearts, and had 2.5 children, blah, blah, blah.” and Harry naming one of his kids Albus Severus? That poor, poor child…I’m all for honoring people’s memories, but couldn’t he have saved those names for like future pets or something.
        Anyways, long rant short – I would have preferred if she had just left it up to the readers, to decide what they think happened. It almost felt like she felt *forced* to wrap things up to appease the die-hards…which is unfortunate as people would have come to appreciate (I think) a more evasive ending in retrospect.
        That being said, I did enjoy the majority of the book – the epilogue just rang false to me (IMHO).
        K, done venting now. ;)

  • Jen

    Awesome, awesome, awesome!!! I, too, would totally go see this!

    • Jen

      “Where you think you are? Hoqwarts?” “Yeah, we only got ONE hippogriff”

      • dizzy

        LMAO! That was great.

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