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Post by KeenRush » Thu Nov 04, 2010 21:53

Who's goin'? :evil :potter
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Post by RoboBlue » Fri Nov 05, 2010 1:56

Probably not, movies are expensive and I was very disappointed with how they adapted the last one. :/
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Post by mortimer » Fri Nov 05, 2010 15:24

I'll see it, and just to complete the experience I'll have to see part 2 as well. I agree, when I saw the sixth one, I was just like, "What the Duck?" It was...pretty bad, in comparison to the other films and especially the book.
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Post by KeenRush » Fri Nov 19, 2010 0:35

It was good! (We Finns have been able to see it since Wednesday.) The best part so far in the movie franchise. :dopekeen
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Post by Grimson » Fri Nov 19, 2010 6:50

KeenRush wrote:It was good! (We Finns have been able to see it since Wednesday.) The best part so far in the movie franchise. :dopekeen
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Post by Paramultart » Fri Nov 19, 2010 9:54

DOBBY DIED! DOBBY DIED! LOLOLOLOL! Image

Oh yeah... Saw the midnight premiere and it was aawwssoommee! :rollin

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EDIT: You also get to see Daniel Radcliff in a bra... I don't know if that's of anyone's interest... but...

Yep... Definitely worth seeing.
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Post by VikingBoyBilly » Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:32

Grimson wrote:
KeenRush wrote:It was good! (We Finns have been able to see it since Wednesday.) The best part so far in the movie franchise. :dopekeen
You're a Finn?!
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Post by Grimson » Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:41

It's even better since I am too :)
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Post by Nospike » Fri Nov 19, 2010 13:16

I'm not going to see the film. The sixth episode seemed like a total disaster to me, especially because I've read the book first, and it was great.
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Post by Scarlet » Fri Nov 19, 2010 19:36

I'm not gonna pay 15 dollars to see a movie. :P So, guess not.

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Post by mortimer » Sat Nov 20, 2010 22:48

I saw it, and... It was brilliant. Well, it was always goig to be brilliant following the half blood FAILUREPrince... Dammit, we need spoiler tags! Ok, I thought the death of dobby was well done, and the end where voldemort claims the Elder wand was a risky, not-so-obvious cliffhanger...but they pulled it off ok, i'd say.
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Post by Roobar » Fri Nov 26, 2010 19:21

I'm still considering wherever going to see it on imax or not... :confused

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Post by Ceilick » Sun Nov 28, 2010 16:14

I wasn't planning on seeing it, but my uncle offered to buy my ticket so I went. I'm not a Harry Potter fan, and I'm not sure if I saw the last movie or not, but I enjoyed this one for the most part, to the extent that I may read the final book. The sixth book was so dull, in my opinion, that I hadn't even considered the last one until now.

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Post by Roobar » Mon Nov 29, 2010 4:36

First half of the last book is so boring. The movie is exactly the same as the book, but much more entertainment. If you read it, you'll just have a few more details.

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Post by GARGapplesauce » Thu Dec 09, 2010 4:04

Ceilick wrote:I wasn't planning on seeing it, but my uncle offered to buy my ticket so I went. I'm not a Harry Potter fan, and I'm not sure if I saw the last movie or not, but I enjoyed this one for the most part, to the extent that I may read the final book. The sixth book was so dull, in my opinion, that I hadn't even considered the last one until now.
I agree, which is the main reason why i DID like the sixth movie so much... It got rid of a lot of the boring scenes from the book. In all of the other cases, though, the books were far superior.
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