There's a big difference in the way Ronald Weasley is perceived by book and movie fans of the Harry Potter franchise. Movie fans largely see him as a bumbling sidekick who doesn't do much and is relegated to the sidelines compared with Hermione.
Ron Weasley in the books is a much different character because many of his traits and achievements were handed to Hermione in the film adaptations. Facts about how Ron is really supposed to be might cause fans to see him in a different - and more favorable - light.
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Ron Suggests Harry Use Felix Felicis To Gain Slughorn's MemoryPhoto: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince / Warner Bros. Pictures
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Ron And Harry Have The Same Grades, But Ron Achieves His With A Weaker Wand And Without Favoritism From TeachersPhoto: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets / Warner Bros. Pictures
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Ron Chooses To Sacrifice Himself When He Thinks Sirius Wants To Kill HarryPhoto: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban / Warner Bros. Pictures
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Fred Causes Ron's Phobia Of SpidersPhoto: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire / Warner Bros. Pictures
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Ron Comes Up With The Way To Defeat Devil's SnarePhoto: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone / Warner Bros. Pictures
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Ron Becomes A Prefect And Gains A New Broomstick Because Of ItPhoto: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince / Warner Bros. Pictures