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Re: Harry Potter

Post by Vikki on Fri 24 Jul 2009, 9:48 am

I saw this today, was a complete dissapointment. Boo.
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Post by Frankie on Fri 24 Jul 2009, 9:12 pm

Bess wrote:If I was there I'D SEE IT WITH YOU FRANKIE! (as long as you're a Ron-lover Razz )

Hahaha, I can't quite say i'm a Ron-lover, he is cute though!
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by Bess on Sat 25 Jul 2009, 8:31 am

You DO love Ron. YOU DOOO!
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Post by HappySailor69 on Sat 25 Jul 2009, 8:32 pm

saw it last night, shit compared to the book but i guess there gonna save the funeral for start of next film.

still amazing film cant fault it on being well made etc
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Post by Frankie on Sun 26 Jul 2009, 1:43 am

Bess wrote:You DO love Ron. YOU DOOO!

OK I LOVE RON! Sad
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Post by Sophiee on Sun 26 Jul 2009, 3:32 am

ZombieJosh wrote:saw it last night, shit compared to the book but i guess there gonna save the funeral for start of next film.

still amazing film cant fault it on being well made etc
Apparently they're not gonna put the funeral into any film as it doesn't keep to the tone of the movies.
Dunno if it's true or not, but if they were to do a funeral then it would have been in the 6th, because it's after the funeral when Harry tells Ron and Hermione he's going to find the horcruxes.
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Post by HappySailor69 on Sun 26 Jul 2009, 5:34 am

ahh yeah but its the films so they can flip shit around, and surly it'd make a great opener with dumbledores funeral? IDK jus sayin'.

tbh i thought it was really rushed and everything happened so fast like bam/bam/bam. was quite hard to keep up with.
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by Bess on Sun 26 Jul 2009, 8:59 am

^ Even after reading the books I still didn't really understand (the books OR the films), that's why I gave up reading them when the 5th came out haha.
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by Username on Mon 27 Jul 2009, 4:32 am

I never liked the books, we had to read one for AS Level English and it bored the hell out of me.
Films are good though. Really want to see the new one, gotta get down to cineworld!
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Post by Niamh on Mon 27 Jul 2009, 4:58 am

Username wrote:I never liked the books, we had to read one for AS Level English and it bored the hell out of me.
Films are good though. Really want to see the new one, gotta get down to cineworld!

To be fair, reading stuff for school seems like a bore because you have to totally over analyse it and you're sick to death of it ha.
With all the Harry Potter books, I got totally sucked in to the magical world (sounds really lame I know) and I'd read them in about 3 days each (not like one after the other, when they came out and stuff ha) and I haven't read them since.
I really enjoyed the movie, but I think that's because I can't really remember what happened in the books besides the end (vaguely) from Dumbledore and Harry going on their horcrux adventures.
I really liked it anywho ha Smile I can kind of agree with going very fast though because even now I can't remember most of what happened in the movie besides the romances.
OH HOWEVER Ginny is a terrible actress. She pissed me off so much. Oh, and I'm in love with Won won now Smile
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by Sophiee on Mon 27 Jul 2009, 6:01 am

Niamh wrote:
OH HOWEVER Ginny is a terrible actress. She pissed me off so much. Oh, and I'm in love with Won won now Smile
Join the club. Me and Beth have one.
We don't actually, but we should. The Won Won Club, beast.
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by Bess on Mon 27 Jul 2009, 8:39 am

Sophiee wrote:
Niamh wrote:
OH HOWEVER Ginny is a terrible actress. She pissed me off so much. Oh, and I'm in love with Won won now Smile
Join the club. Me and Beth have one.
We don't actually, but we should. The Won Won Club, beast.
LETS DO IT!!! We already have our plans to go with the club, I think it should be officially founded now <3

And Niamh I AGREE. The girl who plays Ginny is like how Daniel Radcliffe was in the earlier films, well wooden and annoying. The bit when she was trying to be all seductive when her and Harry were trying to get rid of that book was well cringey. When she was like "Close your eyes" like trying to almost be sexual was just weird!
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by Charn on Mon 27 Jul 2009, 3:32 pm

Rupert Grint (L)
I found the whole film quite crappy. As a film on the whole it was quite good, but if you like to get down into detail then...no
Obv you cant or the film would be like 19 hours long, but I feel like they missed out all the vital bits.
Future film critic x]
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by Vikki on Tue 28 Jul 2009, 9:26 am

Bess wrote:
Sophiee wrote:
Niamh wrote:
OH HOWEVER Ginny is a terrible actress. She pissed me off so much. Oh, and I'm in love with Won won now Smile
Join the club. Me and Beth have one.
We don't actually, but we should. The Won Won Club, beast.
LETS DO IT!!! We already have our plans to go with the club, I think it should be officially founded now <3

And Niamh I AGREE. The girl who plays Ginny is like how Daniel Radcliffe was in the earlier films, well wooden and annoying. The bit when she was trying to be all seductive when her and Harry were trying to get rid of that book was well cringey. When she was like "Close your eyes" like trying to almost be sexual was just weird!

YES. My and my friends found that well cringey aswell and actually started to laugh...
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by Niamh on Tue 28 Jul 2009, 9:41 am

Me and my brother were absolutely LOLing at that bit...
I have to say, they don't half make it obvious in that movie they all want to jump each other. Seriously... they act like they're about 13.
Odd.
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by the prodigy rule on Thu 30 Jul 2009, 9:49 pm

Damn some of those girls really grew up nicely hahaha

Emma Watson.. mmmm
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Post by StandYourGround on Fri 31 Jul 2009, 4:35 am

Bess wrote:The bit when she was trying to be all seductive when her and Harry were trying to get rid of that book was well cringey. When she was like "Close your eyes" like trying to almost be sexual was just weird!

I know right, that pissed me off, I was like wtheck? Neutral
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by Bess on Fri 31 Jul 2009, 5:02 am

^ Hahaha I'm glad people agree with me, it made me feel uncomfortable watching it! It was weird because she looks about 13 but she's taller than Harry/Daniel. It made it cringey-er.
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by Niamh on Fri 31 Jul 2009, 5:56 am

I might be seeing this again on Sunday as part of my cousin's birthday. Maybe if I'm not next to my brother I'll get into it more.
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by nicola.the.hunter on Sat 01 Aug 2009, 9:34 am

Just back from seeing it again, don't get the good atmosphere without the cinema being packed. Me and my sister were mocking "pie" before it was said, lol. Me and my dad were basically the only ones laughing during half the jokes. Very funny watching everyone else jump, even though everyones waiting for the moment they still jump but having seen it before I didn't, score!
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by holliexoxo on Sat 01 Aug 2009, 10:58 am

i'm in love with draco malfoy. i thought the film was dissapointing though, not sure if it was just the audience i was with and having to explain everything to my best friend.
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Post by StandYourGround on Sat 01 Aug 2009, 2:08 pm

Draco was hot in this film.
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by Saga3nanna1supi on Mon 07 Sep 2009, 7:18 am

Finally going to see it, tomorrow!
My plan to read all the books first and then go see it, didn't entirely succeeded..
I'm stuck on book 4 (goblet of fire) on page 403 Laughing
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Re: Harry Potter

Post by Bess on Mon 07 Sep 2009, 8:15 am

Gosh Linde I remember you telling me that when it first came out, that you planned on reading all the books first...at least you made it to book 4 though!
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Post by Saga3nanna1supi on Tue 08 Sep 2009, 7:27 am

Yeah, i'm a very slow reader..
And book 4 takes me aaaaaaaaaages to read it, don't know why.

So, i saw HP a few hours ago.
And i don't know what to think of it..
It took me quite some time to remember anything from the book?
Like i didn't recognise a single thing of it, made me doubt i ever read it.

I didn't really like all the romance-stuff going on, it took way to much time of the film.
Would have wanted to see more actual magic action and so..

ANd due to a BLOODY break in between the film, i think i've missed out a good 10 minutes of the film??
I was like WTF??

But in the end, not a bad movie, just wished it was as dark as the 5th movie.. Smile
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