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Harry Potter And The Biggest Load Of Rubbish Ive Seen In A Long Time

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Well Im back from seeing the half blood prince. I have to say it was the most boring film ive seen in years.

Let me just say I would consider myself a fan of the films, especially the last two which I thought were amazing. This film had about 15 mins of scenes that were worth watching (if that). The rest of the film is mostly teenage love and not even done in a cute awwww way, more of a ewwwww im going to be sick its so pathetic way.

I find myself keep looking at my watch hoping it would end soon. :angry:

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What about when Mr D gets it? Was there crying in the audience? That's what I'm looking forward to.

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What about when Mr D gets it? Was there crying in the audience? That's what I'm looking forward to.

It was really bad, as in badly acted. Didnt feel any connection or anyone seemed that bothered really. I mean the actors. The audience was totally silent, especially when the credits came up, it was "omg did i just pay for that?" moment.

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Hermione would soooooo get it.

End of.

Until I saw someone actually called that name, I'd easily have mistaken it for an STD.

Agreed too. I think I've seen pictures of that particular menage a trois on th'Internet somewhere ...

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Until I saw someone actually called that name, I'd easily have mistaken it for an STD.

Agreed too. I think I've seen pictures of that particular menage a trois on th'Internet somewhere ...

Actually there was a Hermione while I was at university and damn was she hot (in a Twiggy-esqu hippy kinda way!) ;)

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Isn't Harry Potter for children?

So I believe...........

Never read one of the books: or seen any of the films.

Society reaches perhaps an intellectual watershed when the movie industry is so stuck for scripts, it makes full length films from kids cartoon book characters; viz, Superman; Batman; Spiderman et al.

Worrying..

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So I believe...........

Never read one of the books: or seen any of the films.

Society reaches perhaps an intellectual watershed when the movie industry is so stuck for scripts, it makes full length films from kids cartoon book characters; viz, Superman; Batman; Spiderman et al.

Worrying..

And more worrying in this case is that all those ticket sales indirectly help fund the Labour Party as old JK is such an avid fan of old Gordo. In essence paying to see this film is tantamount to treason IMO.

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Labour Party as old JK is such an avid fan of old Gordo.

Knowing that, you think she'd be much better at making up pure fantasty stories.

Does it make me sound like an old scrooge, but jesus the prices of the junk food!!!!! :lol:

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I was kinda surprised when my 500 ml of no real brand water was £1.90!!!! :o

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Until I saw someone actually called that name, I'd easily have mistaken it for an STD.

Agreed too. I think I've seen pictures of that particular menage a trois on th'Internet somewhere ...

Am I the only one who always (subconsciously) reads it as Hermy-one, and calls her character Hermi Wan Kenobi?

Just me? Thought so…

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Knowing that, you think she'd be much better at making up pure fantasty stories.

Does it make me sound like an old scrooge, but jesus the prices of the junk food!!!!! :lol:

COMPARE-384_439014j.jpg

I was kinda surprised when my 500 ml of no real brand water was £1.90!!!! :o

They make their profit from selling this crap. I stopped going to the cinema years ago, installed a HD projector and I buy Blu ray's.

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They make their profit from selling this crap. I stopped going to the cinema years ago, installed a HD projector and I buy Blu ray's.

I have a 46" 1080p tv , blu ray and a popcorn hour. I just fancied a big screen treat for what I was expecting to be a great film. :(

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The Simpson is the only vaguely kiddy entertainment I find worth watching, everything else, all the Pixar stuff, Harry Potter, etc...they're all shit. Someone convinced me to watch Finding Nemo, I was asleep within 30 minutes of hitting play.

I think this might be because I'm 40, not eight.

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Mr D gets it?!?!?! OMG! OMG!! :o:o:o

I told you there might be spoilers :-) Personally I would have killed off the ginger haired families mum. Not for any other reason as she seemed a lovely lady and it would have been shocking. :lol:

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So I believe...........

Never read one of the books: or seen any of the films.

Society reaches perhaps an intellectual watershed when the movie industry is so stuck for scripts, it makes full length films from kids cartoon book characters; viz, Superman; Batman; Spiderman et al.

Worrying..

Yeah. I'm a bit of an End Blyton fan, meself. Never fancied the Harry Potter stuff.

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Yeah. I'm a bit of an End Blyton fan, meself. Never fancied the Harry Potter stuff.

Does her stuff still read well as an adult Jess? I was a big fan as a kid.

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The Simpson is the only vaguely kiddy entertainment I find worth watching, everything else, all the Pixar stuff, Harry Potter, etc...they're all shit. Someone convinced me to watch Finding Nemo, I was asleep within 30 minutes of hitting play.

I think this might be because I'm 40, not eight.

You mean to say you don't watch Skunk Fu?

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BBC Radio 1 are currently having a "Harry Potter Day" - broadcasting from the sets of the film, interviews with the stars throughout the day, talking about the film in all the links between the ten songs that they play on an endless loop, and generally ramping up the film as much as possible. When did BBC start carrying adverts?

http://www.the-leaky-cauldron.org/2009/7/1...o-with-dan-emma

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Would some house elf made Cockroach clusters have made the film more bearable?

Did the children in the audience enjoy it? I've often wondered why films like this are rated 12a... The Harry Potter books got increasingly dark, and I think that at some point they stopped being chilren's books... :(

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Judging by the number of times the little twerps behind me kicked the back of the seats, i would say they were a little bored though a little scared at times.

I can't help feeling there should have been a story line in there somewhere but maybe adults shouldn't watch kiddy films.

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