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The "Harry Potter" Octology
"Based on the best-selling novels by J. K. Rowling, the lucrative "Harry Potter" series consisted of eight magical movies that were released between 2001 and 2011. This quiz tests your knowledge on the main plots of this decade-old franchise. Enjoy!"
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With the fitting tagline "Let the magic begin", the very first movie in the "Harry Potter" franchise entitled "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" was released in 2001. Directed by Chris Columbus, this movie introduced the viewers to the magical world of Harry Potter. The trio, Harry, Ron and Hermione, speculated that Snape, who acted suspiciously, wanted to steal the Philosopher's Stone. However, they eventually found out that the man behind the plot was Professor Quirrell, who shared his body with Lord Voldemort. Why did Lord Voldemort want the stone so badly?
The stone could restore his power and grant him immortality.
The stone could make him invisible to his enemies.
The stone could turn anything into diamond.
The stone could teleport him from one place to another easily.
The second movie in the "Harry Potter" octology, released in 2002, was "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets". With the tagline "The Chamber of Secrets has been opened. Enemies of the heir... beware!", this movie told the mystery and dark history of the secret chamber that housed a monster. Many unwanted incidents happened at Hogwarts where several students were being attacked and petrified. Professor McGonagall even feared that Hogwarts needed to be closed if there were more attacks by the terrifying monster. What was the monster that resided in the chamber?
Released in 2004 and directed by Alfonso Cuarón, the third installment of the "Harry Potter" series, "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban", followed the story of the titular character, Sirius Black. As depicted in the movie's tagline, "Have you seen this wizard? Approach with extreme caution! Do not attempt to use magic against this man!", Harry initially thought that Sirius was a dangerous convict whose actions led to the death of his parents. He also assumed that Sirius escaped from the prison to kill him, but later he found out Sirius was going after another person. Who was this person?
"Difficult time lies ahead" was the tagline for the fourth movie in the "Harry Potter" franchise - "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire". Directed by Mike Newell, this 2005 movie saw Harry participating in the legendary Triwizard Tournament. The headmaster of Hogwarts, Dumbledore, welcomed the participation of the wizarding schools of Beauxbatons and Durmstrang. He then revealed the Goblet of Fire, which would choose the three champions, one from each school. When Harry was announced as a fourth champion, everyone was baffled. Why was this so?
Harry had been missing from Hogwarts for a week.
Harry was underaged.
Harry summoned Voldemort to the Great Hall.
Harry had just lost his wand.
In "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" (2005), Harry competed in the dangerous Triwizard Tournament. He needed to complete a total of three challenging tasks. For the first task, he summoned his Firebolt broomstick to retrieve a golden egg guarded by a ferocious dragon. For the second task, he used Gillyweed to enable him to breathe underwater and save his best friend, Ron. For his third and final task, all the four contestants were placed inside a hedge maze. Whoever reached and touched the Triwizard Cup first would be declared as the winner. What happened when Harry and Cedric touched the Triwizard Cup together?
They were disqualified from the competition.
They were both killed instantly.
They were both declared the winners.
They were transported to a graveyard.
Release in 2007, the fifth movie in the "Harry Potter" franchise, entitled "Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix" was directed by David Yates. With the tagline "The rebellion begins", the movie explored the noble inception of a secret organization called the Order of Phoenix, founded by Dumbledore. Inspired by the Order of Phoenix, Harry and his friends at Hogwarts also formed their secret society - Dumbledore's Army. Towards the end of the movie, as the members of the Dumbleore's Army fought against Death Eaters in the Department of Mysteries at the Ministry of Magic, which member of the Order of Phoenix was killed?
With the tagline "Dark secret revealed", the sixth "Harry Potter" movie in the series, entitled "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" was released in 2009. The movie followed Harry's adventure in his sixth year of study at Hogwarts. Professor Slughorn was appointed the new Potions Master while Harry found an old potions book that belonged to a person who called himself the Half-Blood Prince. Also, Harry learned more about the Horcruxes created by Voldemort. After Dumbledore and Harry came back from obtaining a Horcrux, what did the Half-Blood Prince do to Dumbledore?
He killed Dumbledore.
He presented a Horcrux to Dumbledore.
He stole the Horcrux from Dumbledore.
He revealed to Dumbledore that Harry was a Horcrux.
The penultimate movie in the "Harry Potter" series, entitled "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1", was released in 2010. With the tagline "The end begins", the quest to find and destroy Voldemort's remaining Horcruxes continued. The movie also examined the origin of the Deathly Hallows, which referred to a collection of three magical objects - the Elder Wand, the Resurrection Stone and the Cloak of Invisibility. According to Luna's father, Xeno, what was the special power that one would get if he or she possessed all these three items?
He would be able to transform anything he touched into gold.
He would conquer death and become invincible.
He would become the Minister of Magic.
He would become the headmaster of Hogwarts.
The eighth and final installment in the "Harry Potter" franchise, entitled "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2", was released in 2011. The tagline of the movie, "It all ends", perfectly described the fate of Lord Voldemort. The trio, Harry, Ron and Hermione managed to find and destroy another two Horcruxes - Hufflepuff's Cup and Ravenclaw's diadem. With the destruction of these two objects, a total of five Horcruxes had been destroyed, and this meant that they were closer to killing Voldemort. Although Voldemort had retrieved the Elder Wand from Dumbledore's grave, he did not find the Resurrection Stone and the Cloak of Invisibility. Where was the Resurrection Stone hidden?
In the trunk in Snape's office.
In Hermione's parents' house.
In McGonagall's vault at Gringotts Wizarding Bank.
In the golden snitch that Dumbledore gave to Harry.
In "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2" (2011), the epic battle between good and evil reached its climax when the Death Eaters besieged Hogwarts. Remus Lupin, Nymphadora Tonks and Fred Weasley were killed in the battle at Hogwarts. Lord Voldemort himself also had Snape killed mercilessly when he thought that he needed to do so in order to become the real master of the Elder Wand. In the end, the boy who lived, Harry Potter and He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, Lord Voldemort faced off in the ultimate duel. Who survived and who died in the duel?
Harry survived while Voldemort was killed.
Both were killed.
Harry was killed while Voldemort survived.
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