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Old October 16th, 2007, 8:44 am
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Re: Funniest lines in the films?

Originally Posted by lovehedwig View Post
Ron: "The spiders...they want me to tap dance. I don't want to tap dance...!"
Harry: "You tell those spiders, Ron."
Haha, gets me every time.

Ron: "You're going to suffer, but you're going to be...happy about it." Or something like that. I laughed at that part.

In the beginning when Hermione comes into the room where Harry and Ron are sleeping. She wakes up Ron and he goes, "Bloody hell..." when Hermione wakes him up. It was really funny to me, but maybe it's because I have a weird sense of humor.

Moody: *mumbling* "Stupid ceiling..."

Also, I laughed like a maniac when Durmstrang entered the hall. The guy break dancing was just hilarious.

Cedric:"How are you?"
Harry: "Spectacular..."
HAHA, I love Daniel Radcliffe's delivery. Priceless.
Oh my God. I laughed a lot too. Dan's delivery was excellent. His attitude was like "I don't want to talk to you, so go away, and no asking how I'm feeling when you stole the girl I like. *growl*"

Originally Posted by Hermy_007 View Post
Oh, and another line that really made me laugh a lot was in OotP, when Umbridge is taken by the centaurs, Harry says " I am sorry, Professor, but I must not tell lies." Brilliant delivery and knowing what Umbridge had to look forward to really made me laugh.
Yeah. Umbridge got what she deserved. And the delivery was great.

One of my favorites was this scene from GoF. A lot of people overlooked it.

Neville: You seem a bit tense, Harry.
Harry: Do I? *through clenched teeth*

Dan's delivery on that was AWESOME!


They can't just have Harry Potter stroll up to Umbridge and say, "Morning, old hag, mind if I have that Horcrux 'round your neck? Sorry to trouble you."
-what Harry could have done to save time at the Ministry

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