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Updated: 2018-02-18T06:38:37.003-06:00

 



I loved every minute. And during the scene you de...

2007-07-19T08:01:00.000-05:00

I loved every minute. And during the scene you described - I cried. Knew it was coming and cried anyway. It was very well done...



Maranda Rites: I'm hearing that a lot. Folks who...

2007-07-15T21:54:00.000-05:00

Maranda Rites: I'm hearing that a lot. Folks who haven't read the books are getting a lot more out of this movie than those who have.
That says a lot for the director and the editors.



I've never read the books and I have no problems f...

2007-07-15T19:17:00.000-05:00

I've never read the books and I have no problems following the plot lines of the movies. In fact, this one was a lot more in depth than the others for me.

I agree that they didn't have enough Ron time. I like his character.

I always have problems understanding British accents so I really didn't notice any differences.

Since you mentioned it, "May the force be with



I didn't care much for GoF (movie). Honestly, I li...

2007-07-15T01:13:00.000-05:00

I didn't care much for GoF (movie). Honestly, I liked the book pretty well (Yes, Hapkido does read Harry Potter) & the glaring omissions just took a lot of life out of the flick.

OoP was a solid book. I'd say the best, IMO. HBP captured my interest but was terribly dark & really a downer towards the end.

Your review does give me hope, however. :-)