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Fantasy Young Adult Fiction. ATOS Level: 6. Publisher: Pottermore Publishing.
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Harry wakes in the hospital wing and Hermione tells Harry that the Dementors were going to kiss Sirius and Dumbledore arrives. They tell Dumbledore that Sirius is innocent and Dumbledore believes them, but warns them that no-one else is likely too. He then cryptically tells Hermione she may possess the means to save two innocent lives, and warns her to remember the laws and 'three turns' should suffice before leaving.
Hermione reveals that she possesses a Time-Turner , which is how she has been taking multiple classes at once.
She and Harry travel back in time three hours, watching themselves go through the night's events. They set Buckbeak free and return to the Whomping Willow. They are pursued by Lupin in his werewolf form, but they manage to get away from him by hiding behind a tree, but Lupin finds Harry and Hermione by taking another path and walks up behind them.
mail.mccurdycandler.com/112.php As he charges towards them to attack them, Hermione is scared with Harry protecting her; but Buckbeak comes to the rescue and fights Lupin while Harry and Hermione look on with the former holding onto the latter. Hermione is scared by the attack as she hides her face in Harry's chest with Harry hugging her after Buckbeak turns to look at them. It suddenly becomes windy and cold at their feet and they see the Dementors flying above their heads and they soon rush over to the lake.
As the Dementors are about to attack the "other" Harry and Sirius, Harry realises that the person he saw was actually himself and casts the Patronus. After saving his past self and Sirius from the Dementors, Harry and Hermione fly on Buckbeak's back to the tower, where Sirius is imprisoned, and rescue him. Harry and Sirius share a moment of contemplation, as since Sirius is going to be back on the run, still wanted and without proof of his innocence, their relationship will now be sadly fraught with complications and Harry's dream of living with his godfather is shattered.
However, Harry takes comfort in knowing that Sirius, although still considered a fugitive, is at least free and safe for the time being. Sirius climbs onto Buckbeak and they fly away. Harry and Hermione make it back to the hospital wing just as Dumbledore leaves from Dumbledore's point-of-view, mere seconds after he'd last seen them telling him they succeeded. Dumbledore feigns ignorance and wishes the two a goodnight.
The two walk in just as their past selves go back in time, leaving Ron utterly confused as to what happened. At the end of the year, Lupin resigns, knowing that people will not want a werewolf to teach their children. Later, Sirius sends Harry a Firebolt, an extremely fast racing broom. The Warner Bros.
Logo in the film. As the camera zooms through it. It resembles Harry Potter's house behind it. Also there is light coming from Harry Potter's wand. The film's logo, from the closing credits, appearing on the Marauder's Map. One possible explanation could be that Hagrid was promoted to new bigger living quarters closer to the castle after getting the Care of Magical Creatures job, enabling him to perform both his teaching and grounds-keeping duties easily.
It would also give students a safer place to take lessons, away from the forest. In this film she is played by Dawn French, who portrays the character with a more humorous side, such as giving her a bad singing voice possibly from the saying "the fat lady sings".
This iteration of her is much, much fatter than the previous one. She is much louder and more flamboyant and would be obvious to any passing members of other houses, who would also be able to hear Gryffindor students as they gave her the password, which this version of the portrait is reluctant to listen to. By this time, her portrait has been moved to the seventh floor of the Grand Staircase Tower. The portrait is shown to swing backwards rather than forwards in this film as well. In the third film, given the Fat Lady's dress and background, she seems to have lived during the Classical period.
In the first film, the entrance to Gryffindor Tower is on one end of a hallway. As the shape of the common room doesn't change, one explanation of this change of location may be that these particular stairs were not there in the first movie, and were built to replace the corridor during the summer of , before Harry's third year started. Prisoner of Azkaban has the dubious distinction of being, as of , the lowest-grossing film in the series.
Despite being the lowest-grossing film of the series, it did earn notable critical and general acclaim. It is the second highest rated film of the series, after only Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 , with a 7. For more Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban videos, check out our gallery. Sign In Don't have an account?