Academy Award winners who have acted in the series include Maggie Smith (Professor Minerva McGonagall – Best Actress, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie; Best Supporting Actress, California Suite), Emma Thompson (Best Actress, Howards End; Best Adapted Screenplay, Sense and Sensibility); Julie Christie (Madam Rosmerta – Best Actress, Darling); and Jim Broadbent (Professor Horace Slughorn – Best Supporting Actor, Iris).
I love the part in prisner of Azakaban when Ron is dreaming of the spiders while Harry is reading the map and say you tell them spiders Ron
Loved Book 5 and 7, they're my favorite. Movie, I hated 3 because everything was outta order, that Alfonso sure made a mess of things. I also didn't like 6 too much because of how they seemed to just jumble everything together to get it out of the way. They don't show the missions Harry and Dumbledore go on, or all the memories he shows Harry, nothing. It's like the essence of what people who haven't read it need to know to understand how he finds all the Horcruxes now in part 7. Fave movie of the whole series is prob 5, most on point one so far, 4 wasn't too bad either. Fave scene, when Sirius almost winks at Harry in part 5, showing him his approval after Harry said he wanted to be part of the Order. Least fave scene, when Sirius dies :(
I'm a big fan of the books and have seen all movies except last, but I honest ly thought the 5th and 6th movies were so boring as compared to the books. I was nice to see kids growing up but overall the movies were slow.
i never liked the new dumbledore, he was suppose to be nice and never get angry but he did all the time expecially in the 4th one!
if you read the books you would know its the same as in the movie
I cried when Siruis died in the 5th one. it was my least favorite movie, too, cause Umbridge was so annoying!
My favorite line is in the Goblet of Fire, when after they find out Barty Crouch Jr. is impersonating Mad Eye Moody. Barty pulls up his sleeve and looks at harry and says "I'll show you mine if you show me yours." I laugh every time!
I kept thinking that Malfoy and Herminone would get together, when I was reading the books. Enemeys tend to become "friends" after all the "stuff" is out of the way. Favorite scene would be when u first see inside the great hall during Yule, all the lights candles, and snow from the enchanted ceiling,
My favorite is when Draco is about to fight Harry potter in the "Chamber Of Secrets". Why? Because in the 7th book he saves Harry, Hermione and Ron's life when they get captured and taken to Malfoy's manor. He lies about Harry and says he is not really Harry Potter. I know Malfoy shows an antagonistic attitude through most of the series but under that cold heart he has some warmth.
My favorite was the fact about Dumbledore - the replacement is never as good as the original!
I think Richard Harris was great as Dumbledore for the first two movies, as they were more "story-bookish" and he had that quality. Michael Gambon was much better suited when things got darker and had action scenes to do. Could you really see the Dumbledore from SS (eating a Bertie Botts earwax flavored jellybean) dueling Voldemort at the Ministry in OotP???
Haha - ya I guess you're right! The director picked great actors for all the parts :)
Theese are pretty lame trivia details.... Sirius was names after a star. The movie will be filmed for 3D. C'mon man...
One of my very favorite comments is by Ron Weasley in "Chambers of Secrets" "Follow the spiders. Why couldn't it be follow the butterflies?"
lol oh my gosh forgot when he said that, I love that part too!
i luv that! my sister and i say that all the time!!
omg that part is hilarious!
I loved that part to. I also like when Ron is dreaming in prisoner of Azakaban while Harry is reading the Merauders map he wakes up spiders the spiders and Harry says you tell them spiders Ron
I liked the part when Dumbledore took his memories from his mind to the bowl.
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