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How often do you reread or rewatch the Harry Potter Series?

How many times have you seen all of the movies and reread the books?  

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  1. 1. How often do you reread or rewatch the Harry Potter Series?

    • Only once
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    • More than 5
    • OK! I'll admit it, more than 10!
      0
    • Every night before I fall asleep (I hum the theme tune!)


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Dumbledore

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I've personally read the books more than 5 times, and I've honestly lost count how many time I've rewatched the movies........ AND I DON'T CARE! HAHA! :default_yahoo:

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LauraMoK

I read them at least once a year, I really want to go to Hogwarts. I hate being a muggle! ?

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Janicefurry
On 02/09/2018 at 13:34, Darylkarma said:

not tht much, but they are still betta then the movies


same but i do revisit them when I have nothing else to read

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Thomas

I can’t help but revisit the series, I get so sad when I get to the end!

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kaedequinn

I watch the movies over and over and over and ... (you get the picture). I start at the beginning and once I finish them I start all over again! I've watched them so many times I can usually tell you the next line that will be said. But, I always notice things I didn't notice before, or end up with a million more questions each time I watch them! People always tell me I'm "very observant" as I notice the small details in movies that most people miss!

 

I clearly need to get a life ?

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Dumbledore

I listen to the Audiobooks by Stephen Fry most nights, always picking up something new, but it's very calming to listen to at night.

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Elenwe Caleste

I used to rewatch the movies every time I was sick. I might have watched some of them 5 times, especially the older ones, since they've been around longer. The books, once again, I think I reread the older ones more times, since they've just been around longer. And I used to reread them whenever a new book came out, before starting the new book.

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That_wiz

I’ll try to reread the books once a year, but im usually down to watch any of the movies when I see them on. 

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