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Old 07-17-2011, 07:52 PM   #10391 (permalink)
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I was really disappointed by this, especially since it is sitting at 97% on RT. The action scenes were mostly generic, and I think they flopped big time on the gringotts part. The ending also puzzled me.
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Aren't they supposed to be celebrating after voldemort dies? I mean, Harry is walking around this crowded hall and he isn't even acknowledged. Shouldn't there be some cheering?
Yeah right, even ---spoilers--- when he's an adult, some 20 years later he should be recognized, he ****ing saved the world.

Harry Potter, at least the movies, walks some weird line between epic fantasy and teenage melodrama, which is probably meant to be charming, but in the films feels awkward and cheap.
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Old 07-17-2011, 08:57 PM   #10392 (permalink)
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Pretty terrible, but I expected as much and it was ok for what it was. 1/5



Brilliant atmosphere and setting. It was quite engaging and intriguing for the most part, I felt it fell in on itself a little towards the end but well worth a watch. 3/5
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Old 07-18-2011, 07:48 AM   #10393 (permalink)
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Very dull movie. Below average acting and dialogue, and very little focus on the actual music (although I guess the last one is my fault for not knowing that going in). 5/10
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Old 07-18-2011, 01:46 PM   #10394 (permalink)
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Yeah right, even ---spoilers--- when he's an adult, some 20 years later he should be recognized, he ****ing saved the world.

Harry Potter, at least the movies, walks some weird line between epic fantasy and teenage melodrama, which is probably meant to be charming, but in the films feels awkward and cheap.
I agree. I think they rushed the film adaptations because they didn't want the Harry Potter fad to lose momentum(the 1st movie came out two years before the fifth book). I bet they get remade again in 10-20 years and they do them better.
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Old 07-18-2011, 04:23 PM   #10395 (permalink)
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INCEPTION.

That was the most mind-bending movie I have ever seen in MY ENTIRE LIFE.
My brain actually hurt trying to keep up with what was a dream and what was reality.
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Even though the ending made it look like the whole movie was a dream...

10/10

Paranormal Activity 2.

Funny in a creepy way. Only the ending was really "Oh my God, I can't believe that just happened." But mostly funny,
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especially when the mom was getting dragged down the stairs by the demon/ghost thing. But that may be just my demented personality.

4/10 (only because it wasn't really that scary)

Insidious.

That was the creepiest movie I have ever seen, EVER.
10/10 (even though I don't like scary movies all that much, Insidious was very well done and the ending made me go "BOIIINNNG" like some Hanna-Barbera cartoon.
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Plus Fire-face popping out of a closet with his face a few inches from the camera scared the s**t out of me..
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Old 07-18-2011, 04:43 PM   #10396 (permalink)
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I just came home from seeing Harry Potter. I thought it was good, however I think it may have been a little rushed (in terms of the release date).
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Old 07-18-2011, 08:42 PM   #10397 (permalink)
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I agree. I think they rushed the film adaptations because they didn't want the Harry Potter fad to lose momentum(the 1st movie came out two years before the fifth book). I bet they get remade again in 10-20 years and they do them better.
Yeah i don't think these movies will age well at all.Did anyone else think the cgi already looked kind-off dated in it?

Not terrible by any means, but the dragon in the film looks like rubber.
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I enjoyed it a lot more than I should have.
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I enjoyed it a lot more than I should have.
yeah it was pretty good, it surprised me a bit. I think I ended up liking it because it was almost like a mystery as well.
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I enjoyed it a lot more than I should have.
One of the better Ryan Reynolds movies. Way better than "The Proposal", which everyone seemed to love the crap out of for some reason.
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