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Old 24-11-2010, 07:06 PM   #1
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Default Harry Potter 7 Part one

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Went to the cinema yesterday to watch HP 7.1 and apart from some small stuff ( Dobby wearing red sneakers wtf and small alterations to the story which doesn't make sense nor spare time screentime wise) it is really good, without wanting to spoil anything for anyone pay attention to the mini story about the 3 Peverell brothers, really good...

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I'll be going to see it when it comes out over here probably in 2015.

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2015? where are you from then?
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2015? where are you from then?
I'm from the UK but i live in Prague. I've not checked the release date for HP 7 yet but we quite often end up with movies months behind the USA and other places in Europe.

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Default Re: Harry Potter 7 Part one

Did you see the same film I did - good opening and some really funny jokes (about 6 or 7 scatter thought out) but apart from that very slow placed and in places found my self looking at the speakers in the cinema because that was more fun.

The brothers Peverell part was by far the best part - that was really good but I really don`t want to rush out and see 7.2 anytime soon now. Shame as Potter has gotten better over the years but this was a new low


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Went to the cinema yesterday to watch HP 7.1 and apart from some small stuff ( Dobby wearing red sneakers wtf and small alterations to the story which doesn't make sense nor spare time screentime wise) it is really good, without wanting to spoil anything for anyone pay attention to the mini story about the 3 Peverell brothers, really good...

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I think I did see the same movie as you did
I think the overall acting has gotten better, but the movies not necesarrily the best book adoptation is in my humble opinion still Azkaban...

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some minor stuff about this movie I would have want to see different:

- when snape arrives at malfoy manor they should have had yaxley arrive at the same time as snape and have their little dialogue ( read the book for specifics)
When they enter the main room where Voldy is , they should have shown that voldemort trusts snape a 100% by acting like he did in the book saying he should sit at his immediate right and staring him in the eyes showing the ferocity of the gaze whilest interogating him and show the little dialogue between Yaxley( explaining about the imperiused Pius thickes) snape and voldy, when Voldemort ask if anyone knows Charity ( the floating woman) snape answers ah yes with a mocking smile ( in the movie they showed his pain which could betray his allegiance and makes the character less believeable- Alan rickman is the best by the way )

- At Malfoy manor where they are captured and Dobby comes to save them, he shows no fear at all and acts like a superhero( for people who don't know this is where dobby was enslaved before harry freed him for most of his life and has been treated brutally), that and the damn sneakers ruined Dobby for me.. they followed the book so closely that i don't get why they didn't follow the book on this part.

But all things said and done this was finally a good movie again, because the HBP wasn't that good rather bad actually and they kept out the main parts in favour of a collapsing bridge and some pick up scene in a subway and an attack on the burrow which never happened and didn't make sense at all...

Ah well c'est la vie
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