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OMG! Are you people for real? Snape kills Dumbledore!!! The BOOK was published in 2005 and you've just heard about it? Unbelievable. Maybe it wouldn't hurt to READ once in awhile - especially HP since so many things in the movies don't occur they way they are written in the books. For example, the attack on the Burrow - FYI, the Weasley family home - IS NOT in the book. In the second movie, Prof. McGonagall tells the claas about the Chamber of Secrets - in the book it's Prof. Binns. The line Hermione delivers in the movie about "Fear of a name - - -" is delivered by DUMBLEDORE in the book. I suppose things are changed around to give main characters more to do on film. That being said, this movie looks fantastic. Filmimg for Deathly Hallows begins soon - possibly even next month if Dan is finished with Equus on Broadway. In the meantime, I'm in line for Twilight!
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Okay, How OLD are you people out there using profanity and slinging mud at each other over which is better - Harry Potter or Twilight? I love them BOTH and like i've said previously, they are TWO DIFFERENT things, so really there is no comparison. Twilight is basically a love story while Harry is a morality tale. No doubt about it, JK Rowling is a BRILLIANT and highly EDUCATED author. She WOULD NOT approve of this immature display on her behalf. And yes, Twilight does appeal to 14 year old girls, but here's a news flash - I'm in my 50s - ANCIENT. There's a whole community out there called Twilight MOMS which I belong to and my log on name refelcts that. However, when I log on to HP sites my name is something else to do with Harry. I love Harry - he's helped me through some pretty rough times in my life - but I LOVE Twilight too. Must be that mom thing - love each one the same, like kids. So let's be open-minded and try to rationally see each other's point of view and have an INTELLIGENT dialog!
I hope that the editing that has been mentioned is limited to the trailers which are usually jerky. Unfortunately, I have to agree with the comment about some of the special effects. The scene where Edward is running with Bella on his back looks awful. You have to remember though that the total budget for this movie was something like 35 million. The budget for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix was around 140 million!!!! Seriously. Okay, so can we refrain from using profanity when talking about the moive? I'm a HUGE Harry Potter fan - the personalized plate on my car reads HGWARTS - my ENTIRE Christmas tree is decorated with Harry Potter ornaments with Hedwig on the top, I have almost every Harry Potter doll imaginable - including the ridiculously expensive Tonner line - but I ADORE Twilight. They're two entirely different genres. I didn't think I'd like books about vampires either - how hokey - but I made the "mistake" of reading the first one and fell head over heels in love with Edward Cullen. TOTALLY. It's like they say, "What do you mean Edward Cullen isn't real?" So from one UBER Harry Potter fan to all of you out there that don't want to give Twilight a chance - DO! You might like it and let's support the movie for a boy named Cedric Diggory!
OMG! Nuff said - - --
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I agree, "Oh holy *splutters*! That "Get in the car!" is going to cause sighs, gasps, or squeals of delight from the mostly female audience - young AND old. And yes, I'm reduced to a feverish teen too when I see that. Dang, why doesn't my hubby sparkle!
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