| 3:28 am on Nov 21, 2002 (gmt 0)|
>>and it just seems to me that he is the shy kid that is perpetually caught by surprise everytime he even opens his eyes
Exactly, and much more believable as a character than the typical Hollywood hero that knows exactly what to do all the time. I loathe action adventure movies because in realistic situations they write tripe that cannot suspend disbelief. In the Harry Potter movies, in a fantastic world, the characters are believable. Not as believable as say, the characters in 12 Angry Men, but the scriptwriters, and the author of the books, manages to suspend disbelief long enough for the story to unfold without author intrusion.
| 4:48 am on Nov 21, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Saw it opening night.
Gorgeous visuals, high production value, and imo, far less engaging than the first one.
| 5:04 am on Nov 21, 2002 (gmt 0)|
just got back not long ago as well and quite enjoyed it. Very entertaining.
| 5:46 am on Nov 21, 2002 (gmt 0)|
We will see movie with the relatives over Thanksgiving. I went out today and got all the Harry Potter toys on my son's Christmas list. Last year I waited until after Thanksgiving to buy them and the ones he really wanted were all sold out. I drove all over town to every toy store I could think of and they were all gone. I couldn't even buy them online. So this year I decided to buy them early and save a lot of driving around.
| 1:01 pm on Nov 21, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Haven't seen it yet, might go those 800m from where i live, and see if i can get a preview at J.K Rowlings house, (she bought it in july, £4 million, nothing special)