Yes, it came out last week.marianner said:Ooh, I saw it the other day. Looks pretty good.
They're always leaving out important things. The Marauders were never identified, for one. I definitely agree with you about your spoiler. I'm guessing they'll find a way around it, or they'll cut out the scene inI thought OotP was pretty good, but I'm concerned that they left out.Sirius's two-way mirror, since that was pretty important in DH
Yes, I do spring for a ticket for the Potter movies ... popcorn, lemonade, hot dog. I do it up right. For almost any other movie (Indiana Jones being another exception), it's a waste of money for me when I can wait for the DVD and enjoy it at home.Harry Potters are some of the only movies we're willing to go to a theater to see.
gertiekindle said:To add to the magic, ABC Family will also be airing exclusive first looks at the new film, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" (opening in theatres July 17, 2009), throughout the weekend's three-day event. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson and Michael Gambon discuss the upcoming film's exciting storylines, as well as revealing insider information. ABC Family's first looks at the latest Harry Potter feature film also offer viewers a sneak peek of never-before-seen footage of love running rampant through Hogwarts, a look into Tom Riddle's past and an introduction of Hogwarts new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher, Professor Horace Slughorn.
Obviously an error in the article. The trailer clearly shows Slughorn teachingmarianner said:ButI hope they didn't screw that up in the movie!Slughorn wasn't the DADA teacher!
PoA---Prisoner of AzkabanBetsy the Quilter said:PoA
feeling dumb and totally out of it. I get HBP....
I am sure Jim will second that. He hates when I re-read Harry 1-7 every 3 months or so.luvmy4brats said:As long as I don't re-read the book beforehand and go in with low expectations, I should enjoy the movie.
It's the only way to do it. Then read the book after so you can fill in the blanks.luvmy4brats said:As long as I don't re-read the book beforehand and go in with low expectations, I should enjoy the movie.
I'll have to see if they have it at the library when I go Friday just to listen to that part. Audio books are usually too slow for me. I always race through a good book the first time and then go back and read it for enjoyment the second time.luvmy4brats said:Have you listened to the audio version of HBP? Jim Dale has always done a good job, but OMG! I can't even listen to the end of the book because I'm crying so hard. The cave sceen is his best ever.