>this was the first one that was really hurt from not being >long enough.
well, i think we knew that going in because the book was 800+ pages
>The other ones made decisions that left fan favorite moments >out, but still mostly got the point across. I'm okay with >things getting changed, as long as the feel is still the same.
>This shit fit too many fan moments in but lost the feel.
>I WILL say, however, that the chick the played Umbridge OWNS >the character more than anyone else in the series owns their >character. Umbridge was......man, all I can say is she better >get nominated at minimum.
Definitely. I hated her in the book, and it translated perfectly to the movie. It was niggas in the audience like "damn I hope she die"
>This was the first one that convinced me that Radcliffe can >have a real career after the series is over.
>It's obvious that Luna is the real Love interest. Notice how >in EVERY scene she and Cho are RIGHT NEXT to each other.
Luna was a nut. I think the director ran the love triangle wrong because IIRC, in the books, it's fairly clear Harry likes Cho
>The kiss was fuckin terrible. I know Radcliffe is getting >hoes. This is unacceptable, Daniel. You can't choke on camera, >dude.
>The fight scene with the kids missed the fucking point.
>The fight scene with Voldemort vs. Dumbledore was 10x as good >as the book.
Definitely. This is the biggest advantage the movies have over the books is the visualization.