What harry potter movie should i start with?


I have never seen a harry potter movie surprisingly. I was thinking about starting with the first one but it seems to childish and stuff. Would it be alright if i started with goblet of fire or order of the phoenix? Thanks in advance.

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Start with the first, it will make a lot more sense.


I wasn’t a harry potter fan but i have only seen the last one and it made me a fan but i think I should’ve seen the one before so i would say deathly hollows pt1 and 2


Although stereotyped as a children’s film it’s enjoyable for people of all ages. Also the rest of the films will make a lot more sense. You could always read the earlier books though if you don’t want to watch the earlier films, hope that helps :)

Ma Ray El

I would start with the first because the story is sequenced and use my Imagination if it seems to immature, but that is just me. You can watch them however you want to though because it is for you to find the way to make them pleasurable, as far as the story you will get it and want to watch them all eventually anyway is my guess. Have Fun!


I started reading the books the year before I turned 30. I was so engaged that it only took me one day the read the first one.

Initially, I had bought the first four books for my 9 year old nephew. But he didn’t want to read them, so I said “If you don’t want to read them, I guess I will’. So I did and after that he started reading them too.

Then the movies came out and we would go see them together. So don’t let age keep you from such an amazing story and characters.


No. You must start with movie one, or you will have a hard time understanding everything.


Honey, I’m 30 and LOVE all the movies. Start with the first one. It lays the basis for the story line and the rest of the movies will make more sense if you watch them all in order.


you cant start something at the middle and fully understand anything, start with the beginning!

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