At the end of the film, Professor Snape (Alan Rickman) kills Professor Dumbledore (Michael Gambon) by firing him of a tall tower. As Dumbledore falls, the camera follows him vertically down in slow motion. This is an ironic parody from Die Hard (1988), where at the end John McClean (Bruce Willis) throws Hans Guber (Alan Rickman) off a tall tower and the camera follows him down in the same slow-motion sequence.
When Harry touches the ring he sees Voldemort just like Gandalf is about to touch the ring he sees Sauron.
Jim Broadbent's character in both films poses for a picture in the almost the exact same awkward way, head titled the same angle and making a strange half smile
movie is reviewed
Leo comes to the apartment saying he just saw the new Harry Potter movie.
Subject of a $5,000 question
Bob spoils the book's ending for Bart
Ann says that Leslie "made me watch all eight Harry Potter movies."
Mentioned by Mike.
Mentioned by Mike.
mentioned in dialogue
Some of Michael Gambon's costumes references his role as Albus Dumbledore in Harry Potter. Maggie Smith, who starred as deputy headmistress Minerva McGonagall also had her own reference when she was told by Michael Byrne that for the gala concert, she can "either sing, or conjure something".
Luke, the college radio DJ played by Freddie Stroma, self-referentially quotes his Harry Potter character Cormac McLagge from the Quiddich tryout scene by saying he "Likes his chances" when comparing six-pack abs at the station.
Voldemort then asks for help from his fiends by keeping several pieces of his soul in their apartment.
referenced in dialogue
Harry Potter films are mentioned
"Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Whore"
Referenced in the "Dealbreaker" sketch
Referenced in a behind the scenes segment
Sneak preview is shown.
Promotional excerpts showed during interview with Emma Watson - Hermione Granger and Harry Potter discussing prom dates
Promotional excerpts showed during interview with Daniel Radcliffe - Harry Potter accusing and battling Draco Malfoy.
Footage shown during review
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film + clip shown
Footage shown for the DVD release in the Weekend Peekend
In Memorian of Albus Dumbledore
Clip shown during National Movie Awards segment.
Clips of mistakes shown
a clip is included in a montage of Helena Bonham Carter films
Clips were shown from this movie
watched by Crosby
Clip of Harry Potter and friends aboard train
Short Parody of The Harry Potter and The Half -Blood Prince Trailer where Harry Potter has ADHD,
Since its a Realistic Depiction of films: When Harry tries to fly on his broomstick he fails hideously
Snape goes back in time and kills Tom Riddle at Wool's Orphanage
They discuss Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley.