- From: Yellow <yell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2009 20:55:31 +0100
Tim Bruening [tsbrueni@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] said:
Welsh Dog [welshdog@xxxxxxxxx] said:
On Sat, 25 Jul 2009 01:12:07 -0700, Tim Bruening
On Jul 23, 1:53 am, Welsh Dog <welsh...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It was mostly the ending that was weak - and it was very weak.
I was a little disappointed in the book at first, because it seemed
rushed compared to the previous book (still my favorite), but the book
was much better than the movie in my opinion. I guess I just prefer that
if a movie is made from a book, that it actually follow the book. :)
Leaving out crucial... even critical... information and scene elements
will cause 'issues' in the last films!
How is Harry to learn what the other horcruxes are now DD is dead??
How will Harry locate the tiara when in this film he never saw it to
be able to locate in the RoR??
He *could* have hidden it meaning to recover it later... why was it
necessary for *Ginny* to go and hide it?? Makes no sense at all unless
they are considering having *Ginny* take him to the RoR in the last
In the movie, Ginny wanted to hide the book FROM Harry so that he
WOULDN'T be tempted to go back for it later!
Stuff the movie :)
It made no sense to the story! :D
Come the next film, what happened in this one will just be ignored and
events changed to suit. Happened in this film as Harry gave Tom's diary
to Dobby in COS yet Dumbledore had it back again in this one.
Dumbledore would only need to ask Dobby for the Tom Riddle Diary, and Dobby would
probably give it to him.
But how would he have known he would need it?
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