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Old 07-15-2009, 04:29 PM
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I just saw the movie at the midnight showing and it was awesome. I was surprised at how close it was to the book. Although they left out some interesting parts about Voldemort's past, they left the most important in. I thought Tom (Draco) did a terrific job and I was thrilled to see as much of him in the films as ever before. As usual, Dan, Rupert, and Emma did amazing jobs as well. Overall the film was really terrific and I will probably see it again. So who else has been lucky enough to have seen it already? What did you think?
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SPOILERS for both HBP and DH, movies and books.




There were a lot of elements left out of or changed from the book to the movie. Some were minor or had to do simply with artistic choices. But there were some decisions that really made me wonder how they are going to explain this or that in Deathly Hallows - especially since the last is split into two parts and they will try to include as much as possible from the book. This doesn't seem possible since most of the events in the book were set up before. So these are some things that really had me scratching my head in the HBP:

- In The Order of the Phoenix they left out what the prophesy truly means (along with Harry's temper-tantrum). Then in this movie he's suddenly the chosen one without any explanation (and once again, they left out that beautiful scene between Dumbledore and Harry where Dumbledore explains more about the prophesy so Harry can walk into the fight with his head held high, and how he's only the chosen one because Voldemort made it so). So now they leave out pretty much all of the information about Horcruxes! Correct me if I'm wrong, but finding out about Voldemort's past and what his Horcruxes may be was the most important fact leading into the last book. From reading, we know there are supposed to be 6 Horcruxes and the final bit of soul in Voldemort's body. We learned he collect trophies and wanted powerful objects. We learn about the ring, locket, cup, diary, and snake, and how the last one is either something of Ravenclaw's or Gryffindor's. We learn NONE of that in the movie! So now we go into the final movie(s) not knowing anything about these objects, and we have a whole new set of objects yet to learn about with the Deathly Hallows. I mean we as being the general audience who hasn't read the books. The filmmakers can't just assume that everyone has and people like me will just fill in the blanks! How is Harry supposed to learn about these objects in the movie with Dumbledore being dead? They'll have to have Harry learn about the Horcruxes himself, which will waste time and not fit in with his character. It would've been easier to include the memories of Hokey, Morfin, and Dumbledore's of Voldemort looking for the teaching job and make the movie 2 hours and 50 minutes instead. This would've pleased the fans and made the movie make more sense.

- The whole goal of Draco was to fix the vanishing cabinet in order to sneak the Death Eaters into the castle. In the book this was because there were always teachers and aurors patrolling the castle and Draco needed help overcoming them, along with Dumbledore. Then as we know, the fight breaks out in the book. As they all scramble to leave, it makes sense that they run out to the grounds in order to apparate (it's said that the order blocked the cabinet).
In the movie, they all quietly enter the castle, the business happens on the tower, then they slowly leave the castle. Bellatrix (who wasn't even supposed to be in this scene) randomly blows out some windows. My question is: what was the point of the Death Eaters in the movie? They didn't do anything except walk in and walk out! So why base the whole plot around Draco trying to sneak them in? Cutting out the battle and the Death Eater's intense escape made the scene boring and a little pointless. And why wouldn't they just leave through the cabinet in the movie? It wasn't destroyed or blocked off by the order like in the book, so why take a stroll through the castle, the woods, and out of the grounds? Silly.

- Also, they changed how Dumbledore got disarmed. In the book, he decides to immoblize Harry in order to save him, and in that split second Draco disarmed him. This is very important to DH because it was the whole "Flaw in the Plan" thing. Draco truly became the master of that wand. It wasn't what Dumbledore planned to be disarmed by him (even if it did work out in Harry's favor). So why would he just stand there and let Draco disarm him when he had a plan to die unbeaten? It's a minor change that has a major effect on the idea behind wandlore. I'm not sure why they decided to mess with that.

- The Seer Overheard. One of the most complex aspects of the series is Snape. Cutting out the fact that it was him who overheard the prophesy and sent Voldemort after Lily and James was a bad idea. To Harry and the audience it made Snape look more like the bad guy. Later, it shows the reason why he turned over to the good side. In the next movie, it'll seem way out of left-field when Snape's feelings for Lily are shown. This will also be because they cut out Snape calling her a Mudblood in OotP, and also Petunia talking about that boy.

The Dursleys have really gotten the shaft in the last 3 movies. Where are they? The Peck of Owls scene was great in the OotP book, but was all but cut out in that movie. In this book we learn that Harry has had to stay there because of the blood protection, and that it breaks once he turns 17. It was important to know that for the beginning of DH. They took the time to show that weird scene between the waitress and Harry, but couldn't have the Dursleys? And what was up with that waitress? It was a muggle diner at the underground station and she seemed like a muggle to me, yet she knew who Harry Potter was?

How about small things like not including Mundungus Fletcher who was stealing Black heirlooms? The whole thing with Dung stealing the locket and Umbridge confiscating it will also seem weird now in DH. Or not including any of the other Weasleys? Does this mean there is no estrangement with Percy in the series and therefore no making up at the end?

These are just a few problems I had, with the main one being the lack of knowledge given to the audience about the Horcruxes and the fact that Harry had a good idea what they were before setting out. Other things like lacking Dumbledore's funeral, the repressed Astronomy tower scene, the changes to Ginny's and Harry's relationship, the part on the stairs with Harry and Hermione whining in super-melodrama mode, and so on are things I can overlook.

Also, what was up with the Burrow attack scene? The Burrow was supposed to have protection from both the Order and the Ministry, meaning no Death Eater or even Voldemort himself could apparate in there or even walk in there. So if the bad guys knew where Harry was, why didn't Voldemort himself along with all of his best Death Eaters just attack then? That scene felt really tacked on, obviously just to increase the pace when it was slowing. But it was really illogical and there was no point to it.

Overall, as a movie, I thought it was pretty good. The comedy aspects were great, as were the acting, cinematography, and effects. If I never read the books, maybe I'd see the movie differently. So it may be my fault that I can't see one without the other.

What do you think? Are there any crucial things missing from the movie that will be hard to show in the last movie?
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okay so i can't say that this was my favorite but it was the funniest of them all.the funniest part was when ron ate the chocolates and was in love with Romilda. But they have cut out lots of scenes especially the memories that dumbledore showed Harry so how are they gonna make the seventh part without mentioning Voldemort's past? And they burnt down the Burrow! what was the point of doing that? And the scene that annoyed me the most was when ginny was tying Harry's shoe laces i mean c'mon that's not like Ginny at all.Also what's with Harry? he's all happy and smiley and cracking jokes like everything's fine. Sirius just died and he has to kill Voldemort but it looks like he dosen't care at all. So out of five i'll rate it 2.
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I guess I'm going to be the lone wolf here. Before I start let me first say that I love the books. They are the HP gospel, I guess I can say. Fortunately, for the purposes of this thread I'm not reviewing the book so I'm in the clear when I say what it is I'm going to say.

First of all, I go to movies to be entertained. I was entertained through the whole movie. If I go to a HP movie with the book in mind, I've just wasted $8 and two and a half hours of my time. Hence the reason, I forget the books before I go and watch a movie. A movie that brings my favorite world to life. Accurate or not, I don't care. The movie was funny, scary, dramatic...everything a good movie should be.

Second, threads like this crack me up. For the last several movies people gripe and complain about how the movies aren't an actual depiction of the books. And every time someone says something to the effect of, I'm not going to watch the movies ever again. Yet, some of those same people will go out and buy the DVD and will, if fact, go see the movie when the next one comes out. My dear friends, it's a movie. What's wrong with tweaking a little if it tells the same flippin' story and gets to the same conclusion?

As far as a review which is the point of this post. I loved it! I understand (after I got home and reflected) why things were cut and why things were done a certain way. Movie making has to suck. Restrictions are put on the directors, writers, and producers. If given their job, I don't think we could have done much better.

The acting was amazing in this movie. Tom Felton was brilliant. I really just wanted to give him a hug. Ron and the love potion scene was hilarious. I was happy he got more camera time. The two actors that they got to play young Voldy looked alike. It was believable that the little one we saw would grow up to look like the older one. I thought the end was fitting. Yeah, yeah, there was no funeral but what was done was good, I thought. And it did just...end. There was really no conclusion in the book, if we think about it. It led perfectly into the 7th book and the movie did the same thing...lead us into the final two movies.

We didn't read the books in two and half hours. And we can’t expect them to put in every detail that we want into a movie. If that’s what you want I would recommend just getting the book on tape. At least there you have a voice to listen to and they don’t take anything out. I thought out of all the movies since Chamber of Secrets, this was the better of the book adaptations. And we have to remember, I'm sure JK had to give this some kind of approval. If there was something that was totally wrong, I'm sure she let someone know.

A part of us feels like we own this series. Lest we forget who really does and if she likes it, I respect her opinion. I give this movie a 5/5. I loved it!!! It was absolutely amazing!
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Yep I did love the movie, it was good though I had wished to see more of Snape too. In the scene in the tower, I had thought (haven't read this in a while and I forget ) that Harry had been bound up a a spell so he couldn't move. I hadn't expected the finger to the lip business to Harry from Snape. I also expected the death scene would be more awful than it was, it was over pretty quick.. Also waited for Snape to say Don't call me coward!! Snape did a wonderful job with his role.. Malfoy did pretty well too, but I'm highly prejudiced about ALan Rickman.

I love the scene at the joke shop, what a fun place..It was very humorous which was a good comic relief.

I too liked the effects at the MIllenium bridge, I guess because I recognized it from a LOndon visit several years ago..

I do hope to see the movie again.. Never get enough of Snape
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this is out of order but sorry

i hated:
-ginny and harry didn't break up at the end
-Sirius's will wasn't at the begining
-they missed a bunch of IMPORTANT voldemort's past
-the dark mark in the sky wasn't green
-harry didn't have a full body frezee on him when dumbledore was talking to draco and dying. so instead he just stood there staring and not doing anything.
-when snape was standing next to harry below everyone else who was going to kill dumbledore
that's kinda all but they missed a lot. i think david yates is trying to make clear to the people who don't read the books. but come on! almost everybody who goes to see the movie have read the books. a few people havn't but if they don't understand cause they didn't read the books then that's their fault! david yates just messed it up
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I've seen the movie twice now and I thought it was a good movie. As a book adaption it was ok. For fans that went to be entertained this is probably the best hp movie. For fans hoping for a movie version of the book this was a disappointment.

I thought the acting was the best of the six movies. I've always liked Emma's acting and Rupert was hilarious during the love potion scene. Dan has come a long way and his acting was well done in this one, especially during the felix felicis scene. Tom Felton was perfect and his acting was convincing. The bathroom scene really showed how much pressure and despair he felt. I liked Alan Rickman as Snape, but there wasn't enough of him. I though Jim Broadbent made a perfect Slughorn. He was exactly the way I imagined him. Jessie Cave was perfectly cast as Lavender and I loved the Ron/Hermione/Lavender/Cormac thing. Bonnie Wright could have been better, but to be fair the script Kloovs wrote for her was terrible.

The screen play definitely could have been better. Kloovs should be fired. I really noticed it during the RoR scene when Harry and Ginny... well mostly Ginny... hide the potions book. The movie was poorly put together and was very unpredictable. If you haven't read the book the movie will be difficult to follow.

I realize that of all the books this one is the most unpredictable because you have no idea where the story is going, but as least JK made it clear that the most important thing in the book was Harry and Dumbledore exploring Tom Riddle's past, but in the movie you only see two memories, the orphanage and the horcruxes. IMHO they needed to add the memory of Voldemort visiting the old lady and seeing the cup and the locket. This would accomplish two things.
First it would impress upon the audience that the real reason this is an important part of the hp series is that we are learning about Voldy's past and it would give the movie more of a plot line.
Second it shows us two horcruxes. At the end of the movie all Harry knows is that there are four more horcruxes out there. He knows one is a locket, but he has no idea what the rest are let alone where they are because they stupidly decided to cut out most of Dumbledore's discussions with Harry. Then at least Harry would be able to say "I think one of the horcruxes is a cup because Voldemort took a fancy to one." Then he would only need to guess about two horcruxes instead of three. I don't know how they plan to fix this problem.

I thought the Burrow scene was unnecessary. I understand why they did it but I think there were better ways to do it that were closer to the book.

I liked how funny the movie is, and I think it's good that it's funny because it's in between the two darkest stories of the hp series. One thing I did like better in the movie than the book was the Harry/Hermione relationship. They have finally made it clear that she likes Ron and they give her and Harry some common ground.

Even though it may not seem like it, I did enjoy the movie and I would give it a 7.5/10 as a movie.
As a book adaption a 5/10.
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I saw this with my friends on the 15th and loved it . But, why did they burn down the Burrow?! Don't the Order go to the Burrow after picking up Harry in the beginning of DH?! Anyways, I laughed out loud when Harry said that he was "taking someone cool to Slughorn's Christmas Party" and he takes... Luna! Cormac was arrogant, but too cute! And Blaise was... . ... My friend Hilary always thought that Tom Felton was ugly, but at the start of the film she leaned over to me and said, "Draco got hot!" :lol At the end, my friend Kerri cried for Dumbledore and Hilary teared up. Not to be unemotional, but they never read HBP so I wasn't as shocked as they were during some scenes.
At the end of the film, on the tower with the trio, did anyone notice Ron's shoes! Adorable!
Also, Tonks looks different... I mean, it's not bad, but the OOTP look was a little better.
And when Hermione was talking about her dad's hand being bit b/c he's a dentist, she looked so awkward! In a good way, though!
And Weasley's Wizard Wheezes was great! I also wish they would have given Fenrir a little bit of a bigger role.
Anywhooo, I give it an overall thumbs up; one of the best films!
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After seeing Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince in theaters twice now, I suppose that I have the film fresh enough in my mind to give a review on it.

As the sixth Harry Potter book is my favorite book out of the entire series, I was really looking forward to seeing what they would do for the film. Would they do the book justice? How much will they cut? How many new scenes are they going to add that aren’t in the book? What will they change of what they have from the books? Will I be disappointed? All of these questions were answered each time I went to see the film. Even though the film is pretty different from the book in more ways than one, I actually enjoyed the film the best out of all the Harry Potter films that have been made so far. Of course, there were a few things that were/weren’t in the film that I didn’t like, but there was so much more from the film that I enjoyed.

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Opening Scenes – The opening scenes of the movie really didn’t impress me a whole lot. The only bits that I didn’t like of the opening was the Harry/Dumbledore photoshoot in the Ministry of Magic and the whole train station stuff. The photoshoot was just a really odd way to open up the film, especially as it looked like they shoved it in the beginning at the last minute. Did not like that at all; it shouldn’t have been in the film to begin with. Everything with the train station was all right and rather humorous, but I prefer the way the book opened up with Dumbledore coming to the Dursley’s house more. I thought that opening scene was just okay – I don’t like it a whole lot, but I don’t hate it either. Everything else with the opening scenes (especially the bridge collapsing) were just great, in my opinion!

Spinner’s End – I would’ve liked it if they would have done this scene when it is dark out like in the book. I liked the whole rainy weather they had going on, but it just seemed weird with Bellatrix and Narcissa running through the muggle streets in the middle of the day with a stray person or whatever wandering about that they were trying not to be seen by. The look on Peter Pettigrew’s face when Snape kicked him out of the room was just priceless and all of Snape’s lines were said perfectly. I really giggled to myself when Bellatrix started picking things up around the room; I really could see her doing that. Alan Rickman and Helena Bonham Carter were both just brilliant in that scene! And that brings me to…

Narcissa Malfoy – Oh dear. I am so not a fan of Helen McCrory as Narcissa. She doesn’t look how I pictured Draco Malfoy’s mother to look like at all, and she didn’t really look as if she was really worried for her son like a mother would. And what is up with her hair in the film? The black and blonde hair was just horrible! The Malfoys are all blonde. Sorry, but maybe they totally missed that completely OBVIOUS part of how she was supposed to look.

Pace of the Beginning – I really think that they went a little too quick with the pace at the beginning of the film. For me, it just seemed they were rushing the beginning to get to the good, action stuff. Honestly, I understand why they did that, but it won’t hurt anyone to slow down the pace a little bit. I mean, people have already paid to see the film and are already comfortable in their seats.

Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes – haha! I loved the shop! It was bright, things were whizzing about all over the place, and they kept the Weasley twins’ “theme song” from Order of the Phoenix. I was really impressed with everything about the shop, and the quick conversation between Ron and the twins was just great. Plus, Cormac McLaggen was in that scene, so more bonus points for that! Though, once again, this was a scene that was rushed a bit. Really wished that we had more time in the shop.

WWW to Knockturn Alley Transition – I actually liked this better than what the book had. It was nice to see a quick look at the streets of Diagon Alley once again and get a look at Ollivander’s shop being completely deserted before Ron sees Narcissa and Draco heading down to Knockturn Alley. It just shows that dark times are getting darker and everyone should be on their guard 24/7.

Knockturn Alley and Borgin & Burkes – Yes, they did give this dark place a makeover. And you know what? I prefer this new Knockturn Alley over what we had to live with for Chamber of Secrets, as well as the new look of Borgin & Burkes. The entire scenes with wandering through the streets and climbing up to the rooftop to see what was going on with Draco & Company, I thought, was better than the book. I just thought it was a little strange seeing the WANTED! posters there. Do you really think people lurking down there would want to turn in Death Eaters that have escaped from Azkaban? No, I didn’t think so either.

The Hogwarts Express/Luggage Security – I really enjoyed the Hogwarts Express scenes. I thought it was a little odd with the coach that all the Slytherins were in was just one giant compartment compared to the rest of the coaches and their little, separate compartments. However, I can live with that. Not really that big of a deal. The Harry/Draco scene near the end was brilliant. Loved that so much! And I preferred having Luna finding Harry (it was hilarious!) than Tonks, even though I’m a huge Tonks fan, and then showing up seeing Filch complain about Lucius Malfoy’s cane. Loved the Harry/Draco lines there as well.

Snape as Defense Against the Dark Arts Teacher – I’m pleased that they announced this, but I really would’ve loved to see how he made his version of the classroom creepy. It would’ve been great seeing the Defense Against the Dark Arts classroom go from this ugly pink and cat haven thing to a dark and creepy place.

Laughing at the First Years/Potions Class – bwahaha. I loved it when Harry and Ron were laughing at the first years. It was just so great. I really wished that McGonagall would’ve mentioned something to them about how stupid they looked being late for their first Transfiguration lesson when they were mere eleven year olds. However, Maggie Smith did a wonderful job there. And I liked the transition from there to Potions class. One thing I wasn’t very pleased about was that there were way too many kids in that class. Only a few got in that class/chose to take it. Why add more? Anyway, loved the scene and the bit where Harry and Ron were fighting over which textbook they got was just brilliant!

Quidditch Tryouts/Match: The tryouts were just awesome! I really enjoyed watching that on the screen on how Cormac and Ron tried out for the team. I wish the transition from the previous scene to that was a lot better though. And the match should’ve been longer. I loved how they did this “comedy” Quidditch. It was so vicious and it made me want to see more than just the minute or so we got to see.

Cormac McLaggen – Of course, I just have to say something about Freddie Stroma’s portrayal of Cormac. HE WAS EVERYTHING I WAS EXPECTING TO GET OUT OF HIM! He’s absolutely charming, handsome, and his voice is just – it gave me chills, alright! This honestly shows that Hermione has no brains when it comes to hot guys (but that is okay, she’s better with Ron anyway). I really do wish he was in the film more, though. We barely got to see him really.

Lavender/Ron/Hermione – I am totally proud with how they did this. Everything was just perfect and the acting was astounding. In the books, we can tell that she was jealous of Ron and Lavender but wow. I totally felt for her (and throughout the films I never really was a huge fan of Emma’s portrayal of Hermione) and wanted to charm birds to attack Ron too. I know I’m skipping ahead here, but that scene in the Hospital Wing was MADE OF WIN! And Lavender’s reaction in the scene we see her next in the Great Hall was just hilarious.

Tom Riddle/Memories/Pensieve/Horcruxes – Both Tom Riddle’s in this film, I thought, were PERFECT. I wish that the older Tom Riddle in the film was more handsome as I didn’t find him very attractive like the way he sounds in the books. However, brilliant job from both of them, especially Hero Fiennes-Tiffin. I enjoyed the transitions in and out of the memories and I liked the new look of the pensieve. How the pensieve looked in the film was always how I thought it should look (plus it’s just cool how easy it looks to move it around, lol). I really was glad that the House of Gaunt stuff wasn’t there. I really thought that memory in the book was really boring. Dumbledore just mentioning Riddle’s mother and how he found the ring was just good enough for me. I do, however, wish they would’ve put in the memory with Hepzibah Smith, Hufflepuff’s cup, and the locket (they could’ve done that easily if they took out that photoshoot thing and got rid of that train station nonsense).

Draco Malfoy/Room of Requirement – I simply loved the scenes where we got to see what Draco was up to. It just wouldn’t be right if they didn’t show what was going on and the whole Vanishing Cabinets plot would’ve been lost completely. Tom Felton shows off his acting abilities in this film and made me easily feel so sorry for Draco because of it. I was even rooting for him to succeed with the cabinet tasks! lmao.

Slughorn’s Christmas Party/Spying on Snape and Draco – Oh my God! This was one of my many favorite scenes. Simply because of Hermione running away from Cormac, Cormac vomiting on Snape’s shoes, and the way Snape talked to Harry when giving him Dumbledore’s little message. And I enjoyed how they did the whole thing with Harry eavesdropping on Snape and Draco’s rather loud conversation.

Christmas at the Burrow – So this is when I start really ranting about how much I really disliked this scene. It was a great action scene, but we all know that this is not in the book. Moreover, it really would never happen with the characters and their personalities. Yes, good action scene for a film, but I didn’t enjoy it very much. They probably just stuck that there to fill in the gap as they didn’t have a new Minister of Magic casted as they were lazy so concerned with burning down the Burrow. Plus, it is wintertime. And where is the snow at the Burrow? Hmm?

Remus/Tonks – Okay, I am sort of saddened with people saying that they really didn’t like how their relationship changed in this one. Yeah, Tonks is supposed to be all depressed and everything and Remus is trying to avoid her and all that, but it just wouldn’t be right having nothing happen between them and then suddenly in the Deathly Hallows films they’re all happy and married and are having a baby in the middle of it all.

Love Potion – Some of the best acting I’ve ever seen in a Harry Potter film. Everything was just perfect, and Rupert was simply hilarious playing Ron in this film! Kudos!

Fighting in the Loo/Sectumsempra – Again, really superb acting on Tom and Dan’s part. I loved every moment of this scene, though I do wish that Draco’s cuts were deeper and looked harder to heal. When Snape healed Draco’s wounds, it just seemed too easy for him (not just because he’s the Half-Blood Prince either).

Harry/Ginny – Although I adored how Jo wrote this up in the book, I liked the film adaption as well. And the little hints from Hermione to Harry were brilliant as well as it just informed Harry that people do notice things when they are paying enough attention (and Harry does the same for her when it comes to Ron). I enjoyed the Room of Requirement scene with Harry and Ginny, but I do wish that first kiss of theirs was longer than what it was. But I do have to admit, some of their relaionship bits *cough*GinnyfeedingHarry*cough* were a bit odd.

Felix Felicis/Aragog’s Funeral/Goldfish/Getting the Memory – Everything with the liquid luck potion was HANDS DOWN the best part of the entire film when it comes to comedy. Dan did an excellent job at it, and eventually Jim and Robbie when they get on screen. Everything was just hilarious with some of the lines that were said and actions that were done. Seeing the dead Aragog was a little sad to see. The giant spider we saw in Chamber of Secrets seemed to look as if Aragog was tiny in this one. I understand that be probably shrunk a bit, but he was just a tad bit too small for me. And in Hagrid’s hut, lol. So much giggling from me. I loved how Slughorn went on about Francis the goldfish that Lily gave to him and how that ended up with Harry getting the memory. It was random, but it actually made some sense! Oh, I almost forgot! “And pincers. Tsk, tsk, tsk (finger motions).” Honestly, I nearly wet myself when that line was said, lmfao!

Dumbledore’s Quick Chat with Snape – I liked how this was added into the film. We didn’t get this in the book, but I think that it made Snape a little more mysterious and made the viewers question which side he really was on (more particularly toward the end of the film).

Astronomy Tower/Cave – I wasn’t really a big fan of Dumbledore being able to apparate within Hogwarts with Harry. I, personally, didn’t think that should’ve happened, but it worked out all right, really. In addition, Dumbledore’s explanation worked too as he is a very powerful wizard. The cave scene was everything I wanted and more. The Inferi were amazing, but the fake Horcrux locket was just too small for me and there was really nothing Slytherin-like about it (but I’m just picky about details like that). However, it was a great scene and I was very pleased with it.

The Death Eaters Are In Hogwarts (DUNDUNDUN!) – Loved it. Absolutely loved it, though I wish that there was some sort of battle in there. Hexing the few “Aurors” that were there just wasn’t enough, and then you had the teachers out there patrolling the courtyard, etc. I wanted a battle scene, but I guess then being sneaky (though Bellatrix had her fun trashing the place, lmao) works out fine too.

Astronomy Tower Again/Dumbledore’s Death – Hmm. I really wish they would’ve followed the book more on this one. Harry just wouldn’t go hide and do nothing about it really, even if it was on Dumbledore’s orders. Oh well, I wasn’t really worried about that as long as the main plot there got through - which I think it did. And the bit where Snape is on the same level as Harry and his wordless “Shh!” message was just lovely, lol. Again, it made you wonder about him and who he really was loyal too. Dumbledore’s death made me cry both times I saw the film. And I was actually sort of glad that they didn’t include the funeral. (GASP!) It just really wasn’t that necessary to me to have that in there as seeing Dumbledore die and fall right of the Astronomy Tower was enough. … Though, they should’ve at least mentioned somewhere about Dumbledore being buried at Hogwarts just to set it up for the final films (though I’m sure they’ll mention where Dumbledore’s grave is somehow in the next film).

Snape Revealing He’s the Half-Blood Prince – It just seemed sort of rushed (even if he was running away after killing Dumbledore). And there was no “DON’T CALL ME A COWARD!” line, which I think should’ve been in there.

Back to Dumbledore – The whole wand thing was really sweet. I think that was much better (and it was quicker!) than having the funeral. I loved the Harry/Ginny moment there, but I never really was a fan of Dan and his fake crying. It didn’t seem real enough to me. *shrugs* Anyway, lovely scene. Just being picky again.

Last Dumbledore’s Office Scene – The whole thing with Harry picking up Dumbledore’s wand was really touching. I just wish that he wasn’t such a butt to McGonagall and ignored her “If you need someone to talk to…” bit. Honestly, I understand he’s hurting, but she was close to Dumbledore too you know.

The Ending/Good-bye Fawkes – I thought the ending was sweet, actually. Especially with Fawkes “singing” and flying away. I’m going to miss that phoenix! *sniff* Really loved the last scene, as I said. However, I wasn’t very fond of the very last line that was said (“I never realized how beautiful this place was.”) as it seemed a little too cheesy. Again, me being picky. lol.
So yeah, the film didn’t follow the book in several ways. However, it is a film and it is quite a challenge to fit a 652-paged book into 2 hours and 33 minutes. In the end, I was very pleased with the film. I love this one better than all of the other Harry Potter films, and I'm looking forward to seeing the two Deathly Hallows films when they come rolling into theaters. So I give Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince 4.5 Snitches out of 5.
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Overall, I liked this movie. I thought it was the best out of the bunch. However, a lot of things were left out.

I hated:
*The Ginny and Harry relationship. It was nothing like in the book. Doing up Harry's shoelaces? Where did they get that from? They didn't breakup at the end either. The whole Ginny/Harry thing is going to be messed up in the next two movies.

*How it started off. Okay so the Dumbledore/Harry scene in the beginning was alright. It should have started off at the Dursley's home. However, I did like the whole Harry meets a girl thing. "I have to admit, she was very pretty." Michael Gambom seemed to embrace the fact that Dumbledore was gay alittle more(which i liked).

*The lack of Snape scenes. This movie is entitled the Half Blood Prince. So why is he hardly in the movie??? They left out the scene where he teaches D.A.D.A. This scene is supposed to be Harry's worst nightmare. They should have put it in!

*The ending. It was all a bit abrupt. It looked like they ran out of time and/or money to film a proper ending. The trio is staring out a window and then poof that's it! Go to black screen. Dumbledore deserved a funeral! Poor guy..they just left his body where it fell?

*The Dark Mark. Okay I've read every book and in every book they say the dark mark is green right? Am I colour blind, or is it gray and made up of clouds in this film? They shuold get the facts right before filming!

*The Snape/Harry end scene. It was fast! Snape didn't even get to say his famous lines! Ugh...they didn't find out that Snape was a true Half Blood. No newspaper no nothing.

I liked:
*Some out of the blue scenes. David Yates did an okay job with the scenes that were never in the book. Like Slughorn's party fro instance, the Cormac throwing up on Snape's shoes scene was brilliant! It's scenes like this one that add a little comedy to a darker movie.

*Michael Gambon embracing Dumbledore's gay side. Gambon did a great job in this film! He liked knitting patterns and called a girl pretty. That sounds like Dumbledore. He seemed as though Dumbledore's age really was getting to him. He sounded a little "off" sometimes. Just the way he spoke showed Dumbledore really was getting old and he wouldn't be around for much longer.

*The little funny scenes. When Harry and Dumbledore find Slughorn and turn him back into a person, I noticed that half of his body was still a chair. I like to see little humourous things like this in a movie. Or when Seamus is trying to make a potion and it blow up in his face like it did in the first movie. It made me think back to the very first movie and how far they have come.

*My very favorite scene was when the staff and students gather around Dumbledore's body. They all raised their wands and got rid of the dark mark together. it made me want to raise my wand(if i had one) too. It shows that united, they can get defeat Voldemort and the Death Eaters. This may have been a sad scene, but for me it was the scene that I will remember forever.

I rather liked the darkness and the angst of this film. For me, David Yates did a great job with the timing and the effects. He has got something to live up to now. Hopefully, we won't be disappointed with the next round of Potter films!
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I loved the movie but I didn't like how they left out memories that I wanted to see. I loved how it was funnier the most of the other movies. There was a scene they didn't have at the end that I was waiting for I really wanted to see Dumbledore's Funeral! What I hated was the whole Harry and Ginny thing Harry starts to like Ginny in the begining and not over time!
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The movie was absolutely brilliant.

I love as well how they showed more of Draco's side

I love the different effects the movie gave.
It was very emotional, emma made me cry when she was crying.
And i cried when dan cries too hah.

Even luna cried
too sweet.

very emotional
and overall beautiful
and funny.

watching Lavender was fun too.

I love all teh characters veins xD
they have never showed such well graphics of their faces before.
it looks magnificent up close.
especially tom

I wish bellatrix would of gotten more in this movie
but she will next film.
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I saw it on the first day, and not the midnight showing But it was was worth the wait. I loved it. It was fantastic. Slughorn was amazing, and Draco and Snape, stepped it up a lot, where I was in love with there character. And Ron, Hermione and Harry, just did amazing as well, like usual. The movie was awesome, even if some parts were left out.
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The movie was brilliant and i like it , but i think it could have been thousand times more brilliant ..
honestly i can't add more than what unicornkeeper07 said , but want to say that the most annoying things were that there wasn't much about Voldy's past , and what makes things worse that there wasn't much about the half-blood prince ,, i expected the moment when Snape tells Harry that he's the prince it'd be a very Dramatic moment but it wasn't
plus that Dumbeldore's death wasn't convincing ,, he didn't really beg for his life .
Luna and Draco were the best
and Neville didn't appear too much

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I can't understand why some people think this was the best movie. It wasn't horrible but it was nothing like the book. I understand it's always difficult to adapt a book and make it a movie, but it is called Half-Blood Prince for a reason. There should have been a lot more scenes of snape and his past as well as Voldemort's.
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I can't really make up my mind as to whether I like or dislike the movie.

On the main dislike points there is
:-Harry and Ginny's relationship. This is supposed to be one of the main parts of the entire story, and what happens... They are lucky to have a kiss that lasts longer than two seconds. Ron got more action in this movie.
:- The ending was abit poor. I was really looking forward to a good battle scene but got a few Deatheaters walking through Hogwarts as if they owned the place. Also, a small cross fire between Harry and Snape.
:- AND Dumbledore's funeral was a main part of the entire story as that marked the beginning of the main fight for Harry. It was the pivotal point in the story that Harry decided to go and hunt for the horcruxes instead of finish school and than go.

The parts I liked the most were
:- Poor Ron's experence with the love potion. What a total hoot.
:- Aragog's funeral was quite good also.
:- The scene after the funeral when Hagrid and Slughorn were drinking and talking was very good also.
:- Harry's infatuation with Ginny and the awaking of his feelings for her.

When I really think about it, the good points of the movie DO out weigh the bad points. So I would probably rate the movie as a 7 out of 10.
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^I agree. The ending was poor and the whole Harry and Ginny relationship and Dumbledore's funeral. He deserves respect in the books and movies.

Well, the whole black and white thing was a little freaky. But they did leave out important parts. The battle, Dumbledore's funeral and stuff like that. They also started the movie off a little wierd with all the cameras flashing but it was like a string being tied on another string because of the location and all. This movie was really great and I hope everyone can get the DvD if they want it(like i do). I'd say about a 6 or 6 1/2 would fit the rank there.
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I think that Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince was amazing, it was nice to see Draco have a bigger role. The parts i liked best were
  • Professor Slughorn and Tom Riddle scene's
    Ron's experience with the Love Potion

    The whole movie was interesting, i wanted to watch the movie again, it is just such a brilliant movie.

    Can't wait for Deathly Hallows to come out!!! I'd have to give the movie a 8/10

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I would give 4.5/5 there were some things I didn't like and some things that were missing. But my idea is that Warner Bros and J.K. Rowling should sell the rights to the book to abc or nbc or cbs and they should make a TV show about Harry Potter. Every book can be a new season(they'll have 7 ) or they can have even more seasons. This will mean that they can continue withe the franchise too, and there's no doubt that the tv show will be one of the most successful tv shows on Earth
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I would give 4.5/5 there were some things I didn't like and some things that were missing. But my idea is that Warner Bros and J.K. Rowling should sell the rights to the book to abc or nbc or cbs and they should make a TV show about Harry Potter. Every book can be a new season(they'll have 7 ) or they can have even more seasons. This will mean that they can continue withe the franchise too, and there's no doubt that the tv show will be one of the most successful tv shows on Earth
I agree with you! The TV show thing is what I've been thinkg about for a long time and they can make the show 1 hour long and have it like 30mins one chapter and 30mins another chapter or just have like the 1 whole hour be 1 chapter it would be really good but we would have to get used to the new actors. That would be hard for me.
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I agree with you! The TV show thing is what I've been thinkg about for a long time and they can make the show 1 hour long and have it like 30mins one chapter and 30mins another chapter or just have like the 1 whole hour be 1 chapter it would be really good but we would have to get used to the new actors. That would be hard for me.
It would be great for the Harry Potter franchise to continue as a tv programme. but I agree, we're all so used to seeing Dan Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Tom Feton and Michael Gambon behind the faces of the character's, unless they use the same actors/actresses, its going to be very wierd but still worth watching!!
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It would be great for the Harry Potter franchise to continue as a tv programme. but I agree, we're all so used to seeing Dan Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Tom Feton and Michael Gambon behind the faces of the character's, unless they use the same actors/actresses, its going to be very wierd but still worth watching!!
Yes it would be great for the franchise. If they do something like that it would be better with new actors. So they will be around the same age as the characters.
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This movie is my favourite so far. Just liked to start off by saying that.

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The fact that they skipped Dumbledore's funeral...well, raising their wands up high to ward off the Dark Mark brought the feeling of unity, and showed that, as Dumbledore said in the fourth book, "We are only as strong as we are united, as weak as we are divided." I think that action showed that Dumbledore's legacy will carry one, and that was possibly my favourite scene of the whole movie.

Tom Felton did an excellent job portraying Draco. I could actually believe Draco was a confused, misguided Slytherin as opposed to an egotistic brat. He had a lot of scenes where you could see the doubt and he really made me believe he was hiding a lot. The Draco and Dumbledore scene, with his arm shaking and a desparate, confused expression really did the character Draco justice. Tom Felton really brought the new side of Draco forward.

As well as Draco, Snape was new focus in the 6th movie. Or at least that's what I thought from the promotional posters. I saw his usual malicious side, and his big part at the end...that was some really great acting. Total Snape. I just wished they had added the line, "DON'T CALL ME COWARD!" But Alan Rickman really did a good job bringing Snape further as well. I especially love how he made us really wonder about what side he was on. His messages just using his eyes were...Snape.

The romance, the romance. I liked it. It was a nice escape from the gloominess of the situation. It added some humour to the movie too. Despite the darkness of the situation, and the feeling that the end is close,there was humour and romance to lighten everything up. Lavlav and Ron were just cute. Emma Watson did a great job acting out Hermione's feelings of being left out. The romance showed a teenage side to everyone, and added some silliness that didn't seem out of place at all.


So, this movie brought forward a lot of new topics, and continued what had been established in films 1-5, and in my opinion, did the book justice. 5 stars for me.
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It was a great movie. but they left a LOT of stuff in the book! they showed draco a lot! i watched it three times already. i watched one of them in chinese verion which made me wanna puke.
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10.5 out of 10! This is my all time favorite HP movie! They left almost all of the stuff in from the book! GREAT acting and directing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Very funny too! It is absolutely amazing! And Tom felton did OUTSTANDING in it!!! Love the end with the cave scene and the dumbledore scene! But seriously, i can't find one thing wrong to say about it! It really gets you into the whole mood the voldemort taking power and such. Great opening scene!!!
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