February 23, 2024

The Harry Potter the franchise continues to expand steadily Fantastic Beasts film series and the latest release Hogwarts Legacy video game However, most fans Harry PotterWizarding World fans will agree that no addition to the franchise has lived up to the heartwarming, heartwarming and nostalgic story of the original eight. Harry Potter the movies

Harry Potter It takes the audience on a journey of emotions, from joy to grief to fear and serenity, but the all-round comedy is a big reason to captivate the audience. There are some quotes Harry Potter movies that make fans laugh.


1 “Honestly, woman, do you call yourself our mother?”

Fred Weasley, ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ (2001)

Fred Weasley (James Phelps) and George Weasley (Oliver Phelps) in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
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from 2001 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone it was very promising because of its huge success JK Rowlingbook of the same name. This line is spoken by Fred Weasley towards the beginning of the film (James Phelps). Fred is one half of the hilarious twin pair: Fred and George (Oliver Phelps). Identical twins are constantly being confused by others. Fred sarcastically says this line to Molly (Julie Walters) after jokingly tricking him into thinking he was mixing up their names.

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Fred and George Weasley are two of the funniest characters Harry Potter franchise and are especially fun together. The pair are known to bring lightness to the series, even in moments of sadness, and their early humorous scenes are well portrayed. This quote from Fred Weasley serves as a cheerful introduction to the Harry Weasley family.

2 “He needs to get his priorities in order.”

Ron Weasley, ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ (2001)

Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Seamus Finnigan, Neville Longbottom and Dean Thomas standing together

In Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s StoneRum (Rupert Grint), Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) and Hermione (Emma Watson) run into a terrifying three-headed dog and immediately leave. A frustrated Hermione tells the hilarious and iconic movie couple Harry and Ron, “I’m going to bed before you two come up with another clever idea to kill us or worse… expel us.” Surprised, Ron replies with surprise at Hermione’s strange set of priorities.

What makes the dynamic between Harry, Hermione and Ron so compelling is how different their personalities are from each other. Hermione is incredibly concerned with academics and following the rules, while Ron tends to be more stupid and disorganized. The difference in approach to life makes for fun interactions like this.

3 “Tell me… What exactly is the function of a rubber duck?”

Arthur Weasley, ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’ (2002)

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This quote is said by Arthur Weasley (Mark Williams) the first time he meets Harry Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. To the average muggle, this question seems completely ridiculous. However, in the world Harry Potter, wizards have different toys and objects than non-powered people. Finally contacted by an expert in the Muggle world, Arthur wastes no time in suddenly asking Harry a comically innocent question.

Arthur is Ron’s father and Molly Weasley’s husband. His curiosity about the Muggle world recurs throughout the series. Arthur often finds himself researching muggle life and marveling at the inventions of non-magical people. For movie fans, his intense interest is hilarious, but it’s also what makes his character so endearing.

4 “One person couldn’t feel all that. It would explode!”

Ron Weasley, ‘Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’ (2007)

He could see Ron Weasley raising his wand and looking determined in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Ron’s character does not fall short of the hysterical lines, even as he becomes a young adult. In Harry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixHermione tells Ron and Harry how Cho Chang (Katie Leung) overwhelming emotions brought her to tears during her kiss with Harry. Still in a state of emotional development, Ron doesn’t understand how Cho can experience so many feelings, leading him to say this line.

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Hermione’s response to this quote from Ron is arguably just as funny. “Only because you have the emotional range of a teaspoon,” Hermione replies. In just a few short words, Hermione is able to find a lighthearted way to tease Harry’s concerns about his friend and life about the tearful kiss.

5 -Of course.

Severus Snape, ‘Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’ (2007)

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Also in the fifth film, Severus Snape (Alan Rickman) questions the insufferable arch-villain Dolores Umbridge (Imelda Staunton) about his time working at Hogwarts. Umbridge pleads with Snape that she didn’t get the Defense of the Dark Arts teaching position she wanted. Snape, who is clearly teaching a potions course, can’t resist being honest in his one-word reply.

Snape speaks almost exclusively with cold bitterness, but his sarcasm is what makes him so iconic to fans. While Snape is largely unlikable for the majority of the series, his sass with the even more unlikable Umbridge earns him respect. Harry Potter the audience

6 “You may not like it, Minister, but you can’t deny it…Dumbledore has style.”

Kingsley Shacklebolt, ‘Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’ (2007)

Albus Dumbledore

Ministry Auror Kingsley Shacklebolt (George Harris) says this line to the Minister of Magic Harry Potter and the Order of the Pheonix. Before representatives of the Ministry of Magic, Dumbledore (Michael Gambon) escapes in an ostentatious manner that is undeniably taken to Azkaban. Dumbledore’s legendary magical phoenix arrives and flies over his head as he grabs the firebird, disappearing in a burst of fire. Shacklebolt gives a brief sigh of relief at the situation and then speaks bluntly to the minister.

What makes the line so funny is Shacklebolt’s lack of concern for praising Dumbledore. Shacklebolt was at Hogwarts to arrest Dumbledore, but Dumbledore’s display is so impressive that the ministry worker can’t resist the urge to express his admiration. It’s inappropriate for the situation, but fans love the line because it’s telling the truth. Dumbledore has style.

7 “All he wants to do is snog me. My lips are tearing… Look!”

Ron Weasley, ‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince’ (2009)

Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) and Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) on the Hogwarts Express in 'Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince' (2009)
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Fan favorite Ron Weasley says this line Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Obsessive Lavender Brown (Jessie’s Cave) approaches Harry and Ron’s room on the train and fogs the glass door with his breath. He then draws a heart in the mist and writes “R+L” inside, making Ron visibly uncomfortable.

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Ron and Lavender have a romantic relationship in the sixth Harry Potter the movie Ron starts off excited by the attention, but Lavender is quickly hooked and glued. Ron feels trapped in the relationship pretty soon. Fans strongly sympathize with Ron’s discomfort, but the ordeal makes for plenty of humorous moments.

8 -In the morning.

George Weasley, ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1’ (2010)

Harry, Ginny and Georgy in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

George says this iconic line at the beginning Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 When he catches Harry and Ginny kissing in the kitchen. What seems like a sweet and intimate moment is hilariously interrupted by George, who unapologetically sips his tea with an amused smile.

George sarcastically extends his “Morning” to break up the pair, who must be uneasy about seeing his little sister kiss Harry. Harry and Ginny immediately leave the hall with blushes on their faces.

9 “Dobby never wanted to die! Dobby only wanted to die or be seriously injured.”

Dobby, ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1’ (2010)

Magic emanates from Dobby's fingers as he snaps
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Dobby speaks this line Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 To the formidable Bellatrix Lestrange (Helena Bonham Carter). Harry and his friends have been captured and are at Malfoy Manor when Dobby shows up to rescue them. Dobby tries to drop a candelabra on Bellatrix, who shouts that she could kill him in anger. Dobby turns his back on him with that honest answer.

Dobby is one of the most lovable characters Harry Potter franchise because of his kind and friendly nature. She always tries to protect Harry and even in her moments of anger and violence, she speaks with a sense of innocence.

10 “I’ve always wanted to use that spell.”

Minerva McGonagall, ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2’ (2011)

Maggie Smith in 'Harry Potter'

This is what Professor McGonagall said (Maggie Smith) in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2. McGonagall is securing the castle and uses the creation “Piertotum Locomotor” which brings the giant statues of the castle to life. McGonagall sternly tells the soldier states to manage the borders and protect the school. He then turns to Molly Weasley with a giddy laugh and recites the iconic quote.

McGonagall is known for being strict, but also having a funny personality. What’s funny about this scene is how McGonagall’s endearing excitement breaks up the dramatic score and very serious situation. The school is preparing for a deadly battle, but McGonagall manages to find joy in the little things.

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