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« Reply #345 on: June 27, 2004, 12:28:43 am »
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Yeah, I just saw it tonight for the first time, and I was really dissapointed.  They left out the quidditch cup, and Lupin telling Harry that he and the others made the map, and CHRISTMAS!! How could the leave out christmas? And Hermione getting to much work and fighting with the boys, and sooo much other stuff that it's not even funny. The ending was kinda corny too. But Daniel was super hot. My freind was like, "Stop barking, he can't hear you!"

Professer Trelawny was a little much, but I think that's how her charecter is always.
"Harry, dude, I think Professer T's got some wacky weed growing up in her tower."
"Seriously Ron? Sweet."
"Yeah, totally, Hey, do you still have your invisibilty cloak?"
"Oh yeah, I was using it last night in the girls dorm. It was awsome man."
"Let's go raid Professer T's stash."
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Oh yeah, and did you guys notice the simularities between Lupin as a werewolf and a certian screwed up hobbit? Were-Gollum!

One last thing, wouldn't Viggo Mortenson be perfect for Sirius? He should have been much huskier. And you could have seen his chest. *pants*
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« Reply #346 on: June 27, 2004, 04:03:52 am »
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Oh yeah, and did you guys notice the simularities between Lupin as a werewolf and a certian screwed up hobbit? Were-Gollum!
Lol! i never thought of that but now you say it i can see what you mean, there were similarities, hehe!


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One last thing, wouldn't Viggo Mortenson be perfect for Sirius? He should have been much huskier. And you could have seen his chest. *pants*
Ahhh yes, im definitely feeling that one Viggo would have been good!

Apparently Ewan McGregor was one of the possibilities to play Lupin! I think he would have been brilliant! i love Ewan, he's an amazing actor and would've done a great job on Lupin. Ahhh, if only they had cast him.......
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« Reply #347 on: June 27, 2004, 12:20:52 pm »
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One last thing, wouldn't Viggo Mortenson be perfect for Sirius? He should have been much huskier. And you could have seen his chest. *pants*

Ooo....Me likes! And he would have gotten his shaggy Aragorn hair back! WHEEE! Well, something like it anyway. *sizzle*
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« Reply #348 on: June 27, 2004, 12:56:45 pm »
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I can actually imagine him playing Sirius. Woulda been even more hotness to look at
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« Reply #349 on: June 27, 2004, 08:55:40 pm »
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Can't say I could see Kiggo playing Sirius to be honest. I liked Gary Oldman's performance personally. I wouldn't change it.

To be perfectly honest, I'm kind of glad they left out most of the Quidditch this time, that part has always gone on for far too long.

The only problem I had was with it actually dementers on the pitch and not Draco dressed up!
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« Reply #350 on: June 28, 2004, 01:23:17 am »
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The only problem I had was with it actually dementers on the pitch and not Draco dressed up!
Yeah, I missed that part too, just because it was funny. But I suppose it wasn't vital to the plot (unless it was to just prove Harry could produce a Patronus), so I guess I can forgive and forget.

I liked Oldman as Sirius. A lot. Putting Viggo in there would have been as bad as making Ian McKellen the new Dunbledore. Viggo's movie was LotR; not HP. End of story.

As far as Quidditch.. I would have liked to see Gryffindor win the cup, too. But really, it was just (exciting) filler in the story. Plus, if you haven't noticed, Quidditch scens take a lot of effects work, and Warner Brothers doesn't exactly have Weta Digital backing them up.. I was much happier to settle for a completely awesome Buckbeak and sacrifice a couple Quidditch scenes..

I only sorely missed more explanation as far as Lupin and Sirius and the map, etc. went. That whole bit could have been elaborated on more. But the overall effect of the timetravel section was so extremely good that again, I'll let it slide (though a bit grudgingly..).
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« Reply #351 on: June 28, 2004, 05:46:50 am »
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I'm going to see the movie this week 
Yay i'm very excited
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« Reply #352 on: June 28, 2004, 05:07:28 pm »
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yeah, me too i thought the werewolf was looking like gollum Mushee 
Personnally i think that Gary Oldman made a very good Sirius Black... I can't imagine Viggo do it... 

I saw POA again saturday night, it was really good again  and i look proprally the paintings and i SAW Sir Cadogan 
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« Reply #353 on: June 28, 2004, 07:22:18 pm »
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Yeah I liked Gary Oldman as Sirius too, but I could still imagine Viggo doing it. But he's not British anyway

I wana see it again, and I really wana spot Sir Cadogen next time
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« Reply #354 on: June 29, 2004, 01:10:16 pm »
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Gary fits!
I love him to play Sirius Black.He potrays well 

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« Reply #355 on: June 29, 2004, 04:05:43 pm »
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I went to the midnight release thing at the theater. It was cool. Me and my friend dressed up. I was disappointed because I thought there was going to be a lot of people dressed up and in the spirit and we were the only 2 dressed up.
I thought it was so good. I just didn't really like the way they left a lot of stuff out. My friend's never read the books so me and her mom had to explain a bunch of stuff to her after it was over. Like the map and the nicknames.
I can't believe they left out the Quidditch Cup. I was a little disappointed in that. Dumbledore just wasn't the same. And the castle was a little too different. And what happened to the Butterbeer? That was in the 3rd book right or did it come up in the 4th book? I could have sworn it was in the 3rd.
I was a little disappointed in those things but for the most part it was really good.
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« Reply #356 on: June 29, 2004, 05:26:32 pm »
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Yeah, Butterbeer showed up for the first time in PoA. But I gues they couldn't include everything. They could add Butterbeer into any of the other films, really. It holds no importance - it's just a really yummy drink. (But really.. it's got "beer" in it's name, and alcohol in it, according to the books.. so maybe they left it out for a reason? Who knows.)

As I've said before, I liked the 'different' castle. It matched my visions of it better. It was darker; more mysterious. And it seemed bigger somehow, too. Perfect. The clock in the castle was a nice touch, seeing as how PoA's plot revolved so much around the concept of Time.
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« Reply #357 on: June 29, 2004, 05:44:21 pm »
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Ahh, I don't like the new castle! I like the old one better. Now that I think about it, it was almost EXACTLY how I imagined it. I didn't imagine Hagrid's hut very far away. And it was more flat in my mind. Now it seems too....weird. I dunno.

BUTTERBEER!!!! I miss it.
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As I've said before, I liked the 'different' castle. It matched my visions of it better. It was darker; more mysterious. And it seemed bigger somehow, too. Perfect. The clock in the castle was a nice touch, seeing as how PoA's plot revolved so much around the concept of Time.

Yeah I agree with you. It suited the descriptions more IMO.
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Yeah, Butterbeer showed up for the first time in PoA. But I gues they couldn't include everything. They could add Butterbeer into any of the other films, really. It holds no importance - it's just a really yummy drink. (But really.. it's got "beer" in it's name, and alcohol in it, according to the books.. so maybe they left it out for a reason? Who knows.)

As I've said before, I liked the 'different' castle. It matched my visions of it better. It was darker; more mysterious. And it seemed bigger somehow, too. Perfect. The clock in the castle was a nice touch, seeing as how PoA's plot revolved so much around the concept of Time.

I am TOTALLY agree with you 
the new castle was just a millions times better -my opinion- just witcher 
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