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Fair call on Nike!Re: The first two movies - I was...

2007-07-16T12:30:00.000+12:00

Fair call on Nike!

Re: The first two movies - I was able to watch them without engaging my brain in the slightest, as a totally mindless bit of fun. It was only once they started trying to take themselves seriously that I actually tried to engage with them, and then they fell far short of the mark.

Hope that makes sense.



Asher - it's annoying, but it's a little more rele...

2007-07-15T23:13:00.000+12:00

Asher - it's annoying, but it's a little more relevant than Nike Revolution! This is my favourite book in terms of themes because they are rising up against authority, rather than being part of it (as they are when they're Dumbledore's favourites).

Your taste in movies is strange, I thought the first two were by far the worst, and the trilogy looked up the moment that Chris Columbus was no longer directing.

Terence - I'm planning to both. I wouldn't be entirely surprised if they advertised Prince Caspian at Northern Lights - which would be hilarious, but predictable.



Northern Lights! I am embarrassingly excited. And ...

2007-07-15T20:56:00.000+12:00

Northern Lights! I am embarrassingly excited. And conflicted. Will I be able to watch it and still watch the upcoming Narnia movies???



I just watched the Potter movie, wasn't that impre...

2007-07-15T19:56:00.000+12:00

I just watched the Potter movie, wasn't that impressed but it wasn't the worst in the series (I thought the previous one was worse).

Just saw an ad for it on tv though - "rise up and join the revolution"...*sigh*



I didn't mind the movie, although I thought the pl...

2007-07-15T13:26:00.000+12:00

I didn't mind the movie, although I thought the plot changes at the MoM were disapointing and Hermione was as bad as ever.

Predictions for the next book: Harry('s scar) is a Horcrux, but Wormtail will repay his lifedebt by showing Harry how to get rid of it. Snape is/was obviously loyal to Dumbledore and Hogwarts will reopen, at least for a little while. Draco will flee the Death Eaters and probably be killed for it. One of the Weasley twins will die.

But you know they're going to butcher Northern Lights already! The trailer looks terrible... and Ms Coulter is blonde. Urgk.



I'm really looking forward to the Northern Lights ...

2007-07-15T10:33:00.000+12:00

I'm really looking forward to the Northern Lights movie - I assume they'll do the whole series, which'll be wicked. The Subtle Knife was definately my favourite :)

Fingers crossed they don't butcher it...



Was it just me or did it appear in this movie that...

2007-07-15T09:25:00.000+12:00

Was it just me or did it appear in this movie that Luna Lovegood and Harry had a chemistry going on that was not played up in book five, or six for that matter? I was a bit disappointed with the movie. I know that a two hour movie cannot depict everything in a 600 page book but it seemed to me that some essentials were left out such as showing more examples of Sirius' and Harry's relationship; how they had grown even closer while staying at his home. Also, I feel seeing Nevil interact with his parents as portrayed in the book would let the viewer understand why he's felt so inadequate over the years and his true desire for revenge. It was still a good movie, but as a lover of the books (which I personally feel are getting better), I would have liked to see the movie follow what is stated in the book as the other four movies did.