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Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix - Mad-eye Moody
When Sirius takes Harry into the side room at King's Cross Station to talk to him, through the glass you can see Moody keeping guard outside the room, Moody repeatedly looks over his shoulder at Harry and Sirius, but Moody's magical eye can see through the back of his head and walls so he shouldn't have had to turn around to see them he could've just looked at them with his magical eye and kept his normal eye forward.
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harajuka writes:
Also ever since Barty Crouch junior wore his eye he said it didn't roll around as well. Therefore one might assume it is uncomfortable for him to move it 180 degrees to see out of the back of his head!
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Max writes:
IT'S JUST A MOVIE! They don't keep track of these kinds of scenes. they expect all your attention on Sirius And Harry. Besides Maybe His Magical eye can see out the back of his head but maybe not clearly, so he has to look with his real eye to see perfectly.
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Kitty Kitty writes:
They're trying to 'blend', and appear as muggles... don't you think it'd be a bit creepy to see a guy standing with a completely white eye? [as his pupil would be looking out the back of his head] Maybe Moody was looking behind the 'muggle' way to not appear suspicious?
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