Well, books and films are open to interpretation, and that’s part of what’s fun. Ultimately it’s just my opinion and your take on the character is different. I’ve read and enjoyed the HP books many times, and to be honest if I didn’t enjoy them I wouldn’t even bother discussing them later
Yep, I felt a bit frustrated with Harry as a character. I think he’s really quite bratty at times, lacking empathy for Cho. Half Blood Prince (my favourite in the series) gave Harry some opportunity to reflect on his rash actions (e.g. sectumsempra) and more insight into important people he knows and has previously made assumptions about. But then it all sort of went out the window again in the deathly hallows. Hermione relegated to domestic duties and being arbiter to Ron and Harry was also strange.
But I do appreciate that these characters are portrayed as people with flaws, if HP had been a perfect hero it would have been impossible to read