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  THE BOY WHO LIVED (AND LEARNED)
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Alfonso Cuaron, 2004
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The quick-thinking, boy-wizard jumped when he gazed into the Inner Eye, why? There's no X or V in that question to cover all the letters in the English alphabet, but you might find them in the answer.
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Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
Put your knowledge of all-things that creep, slither and crawl to the test with the only movie monster survival guide/quiz book of its kind.

What will you do when they come for you?
Live and learn. Learn and live!
Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
(1) "How did it go?" (2) Harry was allowed to keep the bird in his room as long as he kept it caged. He was afraid that Harry would use Hedwig to send secret messages to his "Freaky little friends." (3) Harry's dresser (4) Dobby inadvertently told Harry that he was the one who kept letters from him when he remarked, "Friends who don't write to Harry Potter." (5) Professor Lockhart

(6) Flourish and Blotts (7) The bones in Harry's arm disappeared (8) Yes, she did.
(9) Someone (the Malfoys) thinking they were better than someone else because of their heritage (pure-bloods). (10) Professor Lockhart was preoccupied with the fan mail he was answering.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Professor Trelawney (Emma Thompson) put her hand on Harry's shoulder when she walked up behind him.
You'll get your chance to speak. We promise. Just wait for the question. Mr. Weasley (Mark Williams) barely got a word in edge wise when he found out that his boys used his enchanted car to rescue Harry (Daniel Radcliffe). That was because his wife
didn't condone their actions. She wanted him to let the children know that what they did was wrong, even if it was for the right reasons. The question is the question he asked when she finally zipped her lip
 
2. It was no secret that Uncle Vernon (Richard Griffiths) disliked Harry's pet owl, but he did let him keep the bird in his room under one condition. If you remember what the condition was, you know what we want this year for Christmas. Our pet dragon keeps outgrowing his.

3. Reason number 24 why we don't want a House Elf: They're prone to fits of rage. Granted, most of Dobby's (Toby Jones) anger was directed inward, but if he wanted to keep punishing himself for stupid reasons, he should have at least done it away from anything of value. What took a beating when he punished himself for speaking ill of the family he served - apart from his noggin?

4. What would you do if you thought your friends had forgotten about you? Would it discourage you from returning to a particular place? That was the logic behind the letters that were kept from Harry. The question is; how did he find out about them?
5. Here's a twist on the old pick a card, guess the card trick. The deck we're playing with contains 50 cards. Each one of those cards includes some information about the film we're quizzing you on. Most are character profiles. Your task is to guess which card we've chosen based on three clues. If you need more than one, the point value will drop to two and then one if you need all three. Try not to look at the last two clues if you're playing the game alone.

Clue #1 Flamboyant and self-obsessed
Clue #2 Author of numerous books and an autobiography entitled Magical Me
Clue #3 Exposed as a fraud in the chapter entitled Chamber of Secrets

6. That wasn't too difficult, was it? We have a couple of more questions to ask you about the same character. Here's the first - Harry met that person in a bookstore that was known by what name? If you need a hint on this one, we'll give you the definition of one of the words in the title. To grow vigorously, succeed, thrive or prosper.

7. Last question about that person - for now. Lockhart (Kenneth Branagh) - there, we said it - did more harm than good when he tried to mend Harry's broken arm. Explain.
8. What if someone told you to cover your ears - and to keep them covered to protect you from the cries of a Mandrake? You wouldn't be able to hear a word that person said if he or she tried to provide you with further instructions, would you? Not unless you could read lips. Did Professor Sprout (Miriam Margolyes) make that mistake during one of her lectures?

9. When Ron (Rupert Grint) exclaimed, "That's disgusting!" in the chapter entitled Mudbloods and Murmurs, he wasn't referring to the slugs he was spitting up. What were those words in reference to?

10. Harry wasn't alone when a voice whispered, "Come to me," but he was the only person who heard it. No need to name names here, just the reason and/or what the other person's attention was focused on.
Chris Columbus, 2002
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Compiled by Philip Cerreta
and Amanda Gyuro
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