Our 10 Favorite Harry Potter Moments

Harry, Ron and Hermione set out on their final Harry Potter magical adventure November 19th!
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Our 10 Favorite Harry Potter Moments

Harry, Ron and Hermione set out on their final magical adventure November 19th!

-Shayla C. Perry

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The latest installment in the blockbuster Harry Potter series, The Deathly Hollows, is set to hit theatres this November, and we’re so excited that we’re counting down our favorite moments in Harry Potter history, from broken broomsticks to bruised egos and everything in between. See if yours made the list!

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 10. School’s in Session

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The Sorcerer’s Stone brought us many fascinating firsts, but none was more impressive than that first step into the Great Hall of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The candlelight, the enchanted ceiling with the twinkling stars and night sky.. How those kids managed to fight off the dreaded “Freshman Fifteen” is beyond us.

9. The Undoing of Professor Umbridge

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Ahh, Dolores Umbridge, with her trademark pink top and matching pink skirt, just long enough to ever so tastefully hide the giant stick lodged up her ass. Nothing pleased us more than seeing her finally get her due, thanks to the Weasley twins and a few well-timed fireworks in The Order of the Phoenix.

8. Rescue Times 2

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The Goblet of Fire’s Triwizard Tournament was an exhilarating experience in itself, but who could forget Harry’s daring rescue of Ron and Fleur Delacour’s younger sister, Gabrielle, from the bottom of Black Lake? Sure, he lost the challenge, but he was awarded a few points for “moral fiber” after saving the girl from certain death.  A fair compensation—right?

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  1. What about Hermione’s grand entrance as *gasp* a beautiful young woman at the Christmas ball in The Goblet of Fire? Talk about a priceless look – the one on Ron’s face when he sees her. I’m a grown woman and I love, love, love the Harry Potter series. I hope, though, they are truer to the book for the last two films than they were for “The Half-Blood Prince.” It was a bit of a disappointment.

  2. Eesh, really? I like it in the book when she slaps him. Punching him and knocking him down – especially when we don’t see her under the sort of stress she’s under in the book – just makes me go “violence is not the answer!”

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