Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows P1: True Or False?

Finally... almost.

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With six books up and six movies knocked down, the Harry Potter franchise decided to introduce one of the most legendary cash-grab techniques in cinema: the multi-part finale. The series was always at its peak within the pages, but this style really showed off why Harry Potter was never meant for the big screen.

Despite this, the penultimate entry still has plenty worth watching. It should truly be a testament to Rowling's writing that the generally considered blandest adaptation available is still chock full of great scenes. Say what you will about the structuring of the finale as a whole, its place in history as one of the most satisfying endings to a series yet - and you can't have a fantastic finish without a strong start... to said finish.

So, to the ultimate Harry Potter fans who also just learned "penultimate" means second to last, do you think you have what it takes to ace this quiz?

Answers at the end!

1. Ron Was The Only One To Recognize "The Tales Of Beedle The Bard"

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