Film Theory: Harry Potter, MORE VOLDEMORT than Voldemort!

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  • Chloe Jackson
    Chloe Jackson 2 years ago +15015

    omg the wand thing at the end killed me, because I was eating

  • Linkyboy
    Linkyboy 9 hours ago

    Maybe I missed it but I think the one flaw in this theory is the assumption that Voldy's soul was split in half each time. "Split" could be a vague fraction of the original. I always assumed each horcrux held an amount of the soul equal to the amount of "emotion" that was felt during the murder, which is probably what Rowling's original idea was meant to convey.

  • Aaron Partin
    Aaron Partin 12 hours ago

    1:25 btw it is grapefruit. They had a insane diet at the Dursley’s because Dudley could fit into his school uniform.

  • Spyderqt
    Spyderqt 16 hours ago

    No I think that the 7th horcrux was the most powerful even though I it makes sense that the amount of soul left in Voldemort was so little. Imagine how much harder Voldy would have been kill if his health bar was not less than 1%?

  • Spyderqt
    Spyderqt 16 hours ago

    I think he hid the Diadem in the Room of Requirement because he felt other students would not be able to actually know how to intentionally activate the room.

  • Spyderqt
    Spyderqt 16 hours ago

    This theory makes a lot of sense

  • Ben Chermside
    Ben Chermside Day ago

    11:22 but mostly dead is different than dead. (insert miracle max image here)

  • Reny Ma
    Reny Ma 2 days ago

    Harry Potter movies is gay af

  • Stephen Webb
    Stephen Webb 2 days ago

    who else here is a mathemagician? magic math lmao

  • Jerome Kuhn
    Jerome Kuhn 2 days ago

    yup it was grapefruit

  • ILuvLitten Animations

    Wait ALL OF VOLTY ISNT DEAD also it would have been more efficient to kill Harry so TAKE THAT MOVIE LOGIC 🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓nerd girl 10 - JK 0

  • Maddox Shadd
    Maddox Shadd 3 days ago

    Hey matpat you shoed make a Alladin theory

  • Hernán D. Piñango
    Hernán D. Piñango 3 days ago

    PLEASE DO A LUNA LOVEGOOD THEORYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

  • Aurora Michael
    Aurora Michael 3 days ago

    Voldemort had the sword of Gryffindor the night he attacked Harry and intended to use Harry's death to make his next horcrux. You should really read the books. It never says the soul is split on half, just that it's a piece. Probably much more than half remains in the body--supported by the fact that Harry feels a greater connection to Voldemort than to the horcruxes and is only connected to Nagini when Voldemort is possessing her. Also, soul doesn't mean power--Voldemort would have never split his soul if it would detract from his power. Does the movie even say that Draco Malfoy was the true master of the Elder Wand? I hate that they cut out the entire explanation where Harry explains to Voldemort the succession of masters after Dumbledore and tells him to have remorse--remorse heals a divided soul and is the only way to retrieve the soul from the horcrux without destroying the object and killing the soul.

  • GeniussMC
    GeniussMC 3 days ago

    1:39 MATH = Mental Abuse To Humans

  • Shaade
    Shaade 3 days ago

    Does it actually say "split in half" specifically anywhere?
    I mean, I never once assumed that the soul was being split directly in half....so uhh, yeah...

  • ASHLEY WENG
    ASHLEY WENG 3 days ago

    harry potter is my favorate

  • Lucas Evans
    Lucas Evans 3 days ago

    I am shocked. My 5th period class is actually math.

  • Abi Chace
    Abi Chace 3 days ago

    I actually calculated how old voldy was. And also, hagrid is also close to 70

  • Tanjji .pollin
    Tanjji .pollin 3 days ago

    ...this is more book thery

  • Jam CGQ
    Jam CGQ 4 days ago

    So a book is more dark lord than dark lord :3

  • River Lovell
    River Lovell 4 days ago

    Your assuming when a horcrux is made its half when it could just be 10% or some other percentage

  • Mr. T
    Mr. T 4 days ago

    Yes, grapefruit

  • Hunter Mushrooms
    Hunter Mushrooms 4 days ago

    It was grapefruit.

  • Josh Walker
    Josh Walker 4 days ago

    It was grape fruit

  • Roses o Roses
    Roses o Roses 5 days ago

    MIGHT BE ONE YEAR LATE BUT STILL FANGIRLING

  • Roger Brown
    Roger Brown 5 days ago +2

    Theologically the soul regenerates lost % to a certain level over a length of time. It's what real wizards do when they make something that goes bump in the dark.

  • Yvng Ed3n
    Yvng Ed3n 5 days ago

    Kinda like chucky the killer doll but the difference is instead of a horcrux it was a spell

  • GamesTopic
    GamesTopic 5 days ago

    So where’s what magical beasts theory huh?

  • Theseekerofinfinite
    Theseekerofinfinite 5 days ago

    Besides the comments about the soul not splitting evenly, what’s to say that the soul doesn’t grow back or heal over time? Perhaps those years spent not making #7 was him recovering back up to full capacity.

  • Shandy Leng
    Shandy Leng 6 days ago

    Voldies toes crack me up hahahahhahahaha

  • The Ronin
    The Ronin 6 days ago

    I feel like this video should of been explained in 3:00...

  • Богдан Горобець

    Souls, killer, souls trapped in something. Sounds like another FNAF theory.

  • Savannah Meyer
    Savannah Meyer 6 days ago

    Harry is my favorite

  • This Guy
    This Guy 7 days ago

    I don't think percentages matter that much when it comes to souls. He's still immortal with just one horcrux, so it's not that the dairy is more important to kill off than the cup or Harry's itsy bitsy bit of soul. Also, having less soul leaves you with the same amount of magical power, so yeah, the important part is still there.

  • Chris Hodgen
    Chris Hodgen 7 days ago +1

    What house r u in? Like if ur in ravenclaw.

  • Darth Xader
    Darth Xader 7 days ago

    Why did the spiffing Brit appear

  • I L
    I L 7 days ago

    Face leech?!? Come on man... Que Thor shouting at Ultron "Is that the best you can do??"

  • leximus floyd
    leximus floyd 8 days ago +1

    Voldemort created 6 horcruxes because the part of his soul still inside him totals 7 pieces of soul.

  • Monkey Mia's Fun House Fun House

    Hey Mat Pat it has been like a year since it has been uploaded and you still haven't done a fantastic beast theory

  • Cody Shek
    Cody Shek 8 days ago

    7:40
    Seriously, no,REALY!!

  • Lethargic Dawson
    Lethargic Dawson 9 days ago

    How could Harry be the master of the elder wand when he didn’t steal the elder wand from Malfoy, but he stole his original wand? Wouldn’t that make Harry the master of that wand and not the Elder wand? I know Draco disarmed Dumbledore in the astronomy tower so Draco technically is the master of the elder wand by default. But Draco never had the Elder wand in his possession for Harry to steal. So I feel like this is a huge plot hole.

  • Jack Bellgowan
    Jack Bellgowan 9 days ago

    8:44

  • Jayson Davis
    Jayson Davis 9 days ago

    So harry walked around with 101.5625 percent of soul in him.

  • Kimber Landon
    Kimber Landon 9 days ago

    yay

  • Icy Polarr
    Icy Polarr 9 days ago

    I got a wall potition Donald trump add

  • Emilio Celis
    Emilio Celis 9 days ago

    Legend has it that cheese is still in matpat’s cheese

  • Katie N.
    Katie N. 10 days ago

    U need to read the books matpat

  • Genevieve Foster
    Genevieve Foster 10 days ago

    youre theory is ok but... harry looks like wheres waldo so...

  • Abi the fallen human
    Abi the fallen human 10 days ago

    It's not because his soul is splitting, it's because when he was a "spirit" he mostly possesed snakes. In 'Philosopher Stone' Tom is described as "Snake Like"

  • SilentHotdog28
    SilentHotdog28 10 days ago

    Harry is only more voldemort than voldemort until he dies, because his portion of voldemort's soul is destroyed.

  • Amir Warsanah
    Amir Warsanah 10 days ago

    Has no one mentioned how fabulous that Voldemort pose was... #fabuLord

  • TheAverageDork
    TheAverageDork 10 days ago +1

    Ok so I may be wrong, but wouldn’t Voldemort be part Harry also. I mean they used Harry’s blood to resurrect Voldemort. The question is how much of Harry was inside of him.

  • Gabriel Nielsen
    Gabriel Nielsen 10 days ago

    blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah

  • Blue Wolf
    Blue Wolf 10 days ago

    That was a Nimbus

  • joseph liao
    joseph liao 10 days ago

    IT WAS SAUSAGES AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWKKKKKK

  • Norah Harris
    Norah Harris 10 days ago

    Hermione

  • Avatarbee
    Avatarbee 11 days ago

    I just assumed that Voldemort never truly understood how the room of requirement works. He was so arrogant that he thought only he was smart enough to find it. To him it was just a magic room that bent to his will. The room of requirement obeys the person who is in it at that time. The moment they leave everything can be undone by the next person that enters.

  • Avatarbee
    Avatarbee 11 days ago

    Dude, if Harry had not been attacked he would have grown up with his Parents instead of the absolute nonestop nightmare that is the Durselys.
    And yes, it was obviously Grapefruit.

  • Robin Karlsson
    Robin Karlsson 11 days ago

    You have obviously not read the books. (I know this is "film theory" but still)

  • Roses From The South
    Roses From The South 11 days ago

    Hogwarts house? Pretty sure you're a Ravenclaw *like me* but I do wanna know what it is! :)

  • Kłod mEntos
    Kłod mEntos 11 days ago

    There is no soul

  • Caligo
    Caligo 11 days ago

    There is a Theory, that Voldemort wanted to use the Sword of Gryffindor as his 7th Horcrux and kill Harry as trigger. Kill the guy destined to kill you to make yourself immortal. Perfect plan, isn't it? ^^

  • Mia Martin
    Mia Martin 11 days ago

    My favourite is Harry Potter he will be the next dark lord in the next series cheers Mia Martin

  • Rylee Sanford
    Rylee Sanford 11 days ago

    number 7 is the snake Nagini

  • RJ Stevens
    RJ Stevens 11 days ago

    13:24

  • RJ Stevens
    RJ Stevens 11 days ago

    22:55

  • RJ Stevens
    RJ Stevens 11 days ago

    11:55

  • Riri Pari
    Riri Pari 12 days ago +1

    Please please please do a film theory on Black Mirror's Bandersnatch: the interactive movie

  • Matilda Akpo
    Matilda Akpo 12 days ago

    Seeing Voldemort frowning was a definite highlight

  • Marie Kristiansen
    Marie Kristiansen 12 days ago

    It's not the goblet of fire that is one of Voldemorts horcruxes, but "The founder of Hufflepuff's" cup (Can't remember her name XD). It was the whole point of breaking into Belatrixes vault in gringotts. But I still love u MatPat😊❤

  • Painted Eagle
    Painted Eagle 12 days ago

    you really shouldn't make theories on Harry Potter if you Haven't read the books, you miss out on a lot of information without reading them

  • Intruder Cat
    Intruder Cat 12 days ago

    Hay I'm 12 years old

  • Huff’le Puff
    Huff’le Puff 12 days ago +1

    1:55
    That’s a nimbus 2000
    Not a firebolt

  • Trevor O'Dell
    Trevor O'Dell 12 days ago

    You're missing the fact that, as the "real slim shady," Harry should be reabsorbing the Souldemort once the balance is tipped, as the horcruxes should acknowledge Harry's sincere regret for their existence.

  • KiithNaabal
    KiithNaabal 13 days ago

    This wasn't clear to anywone? It was the MOST obvious thing ever since we learned about Harrys and Voldemorts mind-link...I mean what did you expect happend there exactly?
    Edit: also Harry is apparently able to hold his own during any connection...if sometimes only barrely. So an untrained, underage wizard is duking it out in his own mind with one of the most powerful wizards of his time and WINS? Makes total sense that Harry is more Voldemort, then Voldemort himself!

  • Nguyen Chester
    Nguyen Chester 13 days ago

    The humor is de best

  • SavagePotato 553
    SavagePotato 553 13 days ago +1

    12:28

  • MrHeyzoos
    MrHeyzoos 13 days ago

    I enjoy a lot of your theories, but this one is truly garbage. It's obvious you have never read the books because you don't include hardly ANY information from them; you're looking at the solely the movies with the exception of a few scraps of information from pottermore. There's literally nothing in the books suggesting splitting your soul splits it in half. It clearly states that creating a horcrux embeds "a piece" of your soul into the object. In fact, it's often times implied that this "piece" of your soul is only a small portion of it, leaving you with the vast majority of your soul still inside your body. You then talk about Voldemort's physically appearance degrading as if it is tied to the degradation of his soul, when it is in fact completely unrelated. When he attempts to murder the infant Harry, his soul is torn from his physically form (which is destroyed completely), and a portion of this soul is embedded in Harry, making Harry himself a horcrux. This is stated EXPLICITLY in the books. You don't need to rely on anything J.K. Rowling says IRL. It's right there in the pages of the story. Getting back to the remaining portion of Voldemort's soul (which is probably at least 50% of his original soul, and likely much greater. Not at all the 1.5625% that you claim), it basically wonders around without any physical vessel at all until it takes refuge in Professor Quirrell. This is plainly spelled out in THE FIRST BOOK. When Quirrell is defeated, Voldemort's soul escapes to again wonder without physical form. That is, until Peter Pettigrew performs a ritual in the fourth novel in which he drops Tom Riddle Sr.'s bone, some of Harry's blood, and his own severed hand into a large cauldron; it is at this point that Voldemort regains a physical body that is purely his own. This body is at first a small, grotesque form that resembles some kind of half snake-half human infant...which can talk. Eventually he "grows" into what you see depicted in the later films. You are of course the Film Theorist, so maybe I can forgive you completely ignoring the novels. HOWEVER, after watching your Lord of The Rings theories where you delve deep, deeep into the original written (even unpublished) material of J.R.R. and Christopher Tolkien, I cannot forgive you of the crimes you commit in this video. Shame on you.

  • Alex Davies-Harrison
    Alex Davies-Harrison 13 days ago

    HP he's so cute

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  • Falloutman 342
    Falloutman 342 13 days ago

    Pot heads

  • A Kandera
    A Kandera 13 days ago

    How voldemort could make another horkrux after he die?

  • OlliOtter1004
    OlliOtter1004 13 days ago +1

    Why is it that he “ruins your childhood”. That’s like, minimum ten years of your life that was composed of much more than just the Harry Potter books or any other obligatory movie/book/tv show that you’ve experienced. And yet we expect it to be ruined by a tv reboot or a fifteen minute TVclip video that probably isn’t true

  • The Shmurderer
    The Shmurderer 13 days ago

    Daniel Radcliffe is now Daniel boringcliff

  • Ombre Dragon
    Ombre Dragon 13 days ago

    tbh J.K Rowling does hand both theorys right to you if you read the books order of the Phoenix and deathly Hallows but also it's MAR-VA-LO

  • Dauw Lamon
    Dauw Lamon 13 days ago

    I didn't Read the 1st part of the deadly hallows 15 Times... BUT I Read the second part 4 Times😅

  • sans the skeleton
    sans the skeleton 13 days ago

    Yes, Grapefruit

  • Iida Isotalus
    Iida Isotalus 13 days ago

    Comment on the cursed position: who was the DA teacher BEFORE Quarrel? There is a plot hole right there

    • Matthew Sinclair
      Matthew Sinclair 13 days ago

      Approximately 39 different individuals, only 1 of which we know the identity of (Notorious gringotts curse-breaker, Patricia Rakepick) Each for one reason or another, lost the job/quit within a year of getting the job. Fun fact: Professor Quirrel also worked at Hogwarts for years before Philosopher's stone as the muggle studies teacher.

  • anicket kabeer
    anicket kabeer 14 days ago

    2018

  • YaboyWaffles
    YaboyWaffles 14 days ago

    voldemort: the longest, most layered, and technical raid boss ever

  • chris snedeker
    chris snedeker 14 days ago

    a horcrux is her version of a phylactery an object known in old old old DnD lore as where a lich (a lord of undead) stores his soul so every time his physical body is destroyed he can be reborn

  • Skyler Goldenrod
    Skyler Goldenrod 14 days ago +2

    The conveinence of Voldemort's head in the last bit...

  • Skyler Goldenrod
    Skyler Goldenrod 14 days ago +2

    I don't know how I remember this, but actually, the Dursleys Were eating grapefruit!!! Dudley was on a diet 🤣

  • Linnea Sampson
    Linnea Sampson 14 days ago

    Number magic= Arithmancy. A class Hermione took because she's smart. The movies left it out though. But, I'm after something else. I think that you may have made a very critical mistake, Matpat. I might be wrong, but I'd like to know where you're getting the whole "Horcruxes= split your soul IN HALF." Because to my knowledge, neither the books nor the movies specify this fact; that when splitting one's soul, it takes HALF of their soul to put into the object. Could it not be thirds, quarters, even a tenth of their soul instead? We are given that no wizard apart from Voldemort has ever split their soul into more than two, which some might interpret as half (and so hypothetically you might be right.) However, it's also possible that the soul redistributes itself according to the number of people one kills. Or, this might also be interpreted as the two parts of one's soul not being equal. I could be missing something of course, and the movies (which I pay less attention to) are often different from the book material, but I'd much like to know the source for this deduction.

  • Kitten Chaos5
    Kitten Chaos5 15 days ago +5

    Ok so while I really want to believe this, I see a couple of flaws. 1) I could definitely be wrong but I’m pretty sure in the book he says ‘part’ of the soul is kept in the horocrux, not necessarily that it’s divided in half each time. 2) the horocrux inside Harry is destroyed when Harry “dies”, meaning that during the final battle Harry is just Harry again, and assuming we’re going with splitting the soul in half each time, old Voldy still has that .78%.
    Ok sorry that was a long explanation

    • Linnea Sampson
      Linnea Sampson 14 days ago

      Lol I didn't see this reply before posting my own but we think alike. ;)

  • Pax Libertas
    Pax Libertas 15 days ago

    Harry Potter no longer carried Voldemorts' soul! That is why he had the ability to kill him. Correct me if I am wrong!!

  • harry adam
    harry adam 15 days ago

    Arithmacy is basically number magic

  • Dak To The Future
    Dak To The Future 15 days ago

    This is fun, but it doesn’t work. Just because Voldemort’s soul is spilt, doesn’t mean those parts of his soul are cut off from the rest of his soul. Which is why destroying a horcrux weakens him.

  • Lenville Burke
    Lenville Burke 15 days ago

    Harry potter