Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince movie!

July 31, 2009 2:00am CST
So, I haven't yet seen the movie, coz it isn't out yet in the local theatres. I know that's lame, but there's nothing that can be done, so I'll just have to wait. I really wanted to know what's your reaction on the movie. Don't worry, spoilers are welcome. I've read the books loads of times, to the extent that I could almost recite every line of every characters verbatim, so I'm not concerned about spoilers anymore. It's the movie, the graphics, the atmosphere of the theatre and such that I wanna know about. So, how was it? I heard it hit the box office, only to be superseded by another movie about guinea pig heroes. I'm really excited about it, I've cried when Dumbledore died in the book, and I want to find out if the end part of the movie is also tear-jerking. Thanks!
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@figjam00 (1446)
• India
9 Aug 09
I haven't read any of the Harry Potter book but yes I have seen all the movies. So I think there would be certain difference between book and a movie. As far I think all the movies have given sufficient information regarding the characters and the story.
• Philippines
10 Aug 09
Yeah, that might be the case, for the earlier movie, that is. The recent one just doesn't satisfy the story, it lacks essence. As said by wolfie, it focused more on the relationships, it somehow lacks the elements of adventure as portrayed in the book. Disappointing actually, compared to the precedent movies.
• China
6 Aug 09
Now the movie has appears on the theatres.I think soon we will see it on the screen.Hope to see earlier.
• Philippines
10 Aug 09
It seems that you are really excited on seeing it on the wide screen, Edwardone. See you at the theatres...that is, virtually, since we may not be from the same place at all... LOL
@busky5 (3165)
• Thailand
3 Aug 09
I think i will wait to see from the DVD.I have no time to see in the theatres.I think this story interesting.
• Philippines
3 Aug 09
Hi Busky! yeah, that's practical, but I'm really excited to see it in the theatre. Happy MyLotting!