HarryGinny just isn't there in the movies, which is so disappointing. HarryCho is, though - you get development from film four that he fancies her and his determination to chase her is really sweet. Like in the books - from book three she's known as the "really pretty girl" and Harry's heart leaps in his chest whenever he sees her. I don't much support HarryCho but I don't think she should get all the hate she does. IS THERE EVEN REMUSTONKS IN THE MOVIES?! NO! They hardly know each other in the fifth, in the sixth they're apparently together, and in the seventh they're married and having a son?! If you haven't read the books you probably wouldn't even pick up on the fact that Remus and Tonks were even together. RonLavender, just like HermioneKrum, adds to the movies. It shows that Ron and Hermione aren't totally in love with each other - the fact they date other people but get completely jealous says a lot without making it too obvious. It's realistic. It's what'd happen in real life between two people.
JamesLily is hardly shown, but ... since Remus is always talking about how awesome they were together you kind of imagine them being lovely. That is, until Snape's story kicked in in Part 2. And HarryHermione - well, it didn't happen, but I don't think you necessarily have to take their relationship romantically. JK Rowling even said that if Ron didn't come back H/He would get together - hence the dancing scene in the tent. And it's nice to see two best friends showing affection for each other (especially in HBP).
So yes. I voted for HarryGinny. Sorry for the rant.
Really? HarryxCho and RonxLavender above HarryxGinny?
I thought the movies portrayed the former two relationships perfectly. Of course I hate the pairings themselves, but they were necessary in order to show how much better Ginny and Hermione are for their boys.
All the angst with Cho, and Harry's awkwardness around her; all the suffocation of Lavender, and Ron's gloating air slowly morphing into irritation (and of course 'Mione's reaction to it all)... I thought the movies were spot on when it comes to the 'rejected relationships'.
Harry and Ginny's movie relationship fall flat when it comes to the movies, though. The book similarities stop at the second movie. I saw none of Harry's raging jealousy at Ginny's boyfriends - nor did they really focus on her having other boyfriends at all. And Ginny just sort of fell flat. They cut out Dumbledore's funeral, so there was no 'heroic breakup' thing - in the seventh movie, they were still together!
In my opinion, they really needed to show that Harry let her go, and yet she still came back to him in the end. "When you love something, let it go. If it comes back, it was always yours", right?
So the original question: What is the worst HP movie relationship ever? In my eyes, this is obviously HarryxGinny. I know that most people just thought of pairings in general*, but remember: they were canon once upon a time. They were never destined to last, though. And the movies portrayed that flawlessly with dedication I wish they'd shown with the rest of the details in the books.
... So this is basically just me complaining that my first choice wasn't the most widely agreed with... sorry.
*I'd like to note that HarryxGinny is my least favorite canon pairing. But I'm all for making the movies as similar to the books as possible, and I say, if you're going to do something, do it right.
Harry and Ginny Since this is about the movie. And I honestly don't know why Ginny was tying his shoelaces! Can't he do it himself or something? He was like, 16..... I mean the whole relationship is just awkward and forced like, YOU HAVE TO FALL IN LOVE. but then, there's Tonks and Lupin, just because after watching the movie I had to watch it again, thinking I missed the Tonks and Lupin part. I didn't. It wasn't there. Least not as dramatic as in the books. They could have been talking about socks and no one would of realized. Because you DONT. KNOW. WHATS. HAPPENING.