As Harry Potter begins his sixth year at Hogwarts, he discovers an old book marked as ‘the property of the Half-Blood Prince’ and begins to learn more about Lord Voldemort’s dark past. Dark, thrilling, and occasionally quite funny, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is also visually stunning and emotionally satisfying. Last night I had gone to the midnight showing of the movie. I wanted to express how disappointed I was. However, I still had tickets to go see it this afternoon. I certainly did not want to sit there for another 2 hours hating it so I had to find a way to like it. I really, really wanted to like this movie.
I decided to try another approach, to watch the movie without thinking of the book at all. I started reading reviews last week, so I was aware that all the really good stuff in the book wasn’t going to be in the movie. Still I was excited and stood in line for almost 3 hours to see this movie. When I left I felt very, very disappointed. I couldn’t believe what I watched, this was a joke, right? Sure that other Harry Potter fans felt the same way, I started to read the fan reviews. How is it this movie is getting such rave reviews? I so wanted to see Dumbledore give the Dursley’s their due. And how about Harry and Dumbldore going on the journey to view the Marvolos and Voldomorts father?
And lets not even talk about the best part of the book, the fight at the castle. I read somewhere that the director did not want to do the fight because of the fight in book 7. I mean really, come on, that’s probably the lamest excuse I’ve ever heard. Ya know, I never even shed a bloody tear when they killed Dumbledore. But then again, it’s getting great reviews, so I think I’m part of the minority of people who were really, really hoping to get a Harry Potter movie that would make JK Rowling proud, at least when she cared. But that’s all it was, except for the last 30 minutes. The last 30 minutes, like the 5th movie, is the best part, IMO.
To say I was disappointed is an understatement, Half Blood Prince is among the weakest in the series. The beginning of the Half Blood Prince starts with the Death Eaters attacking London and destroying everything in sight. After a great opening, Harry, Ron, and Hermoine return for their sixth year at Hogwarts and then, nothing. We get two slow hours of Ron’s potion making, and teenage angst, with little mention of Tom Riddle’s memories, or Harry and Dumbledore’s hunt for his horcruxes. The Weasley’s house is burned, and then instead of the DD funeral, they change the ending. Harry just stars under the floor, while Snape kills Dumbledore. Harry cries, and the students all wave their wands at the sky to erase the dark marks. Then Harry, Ron and Hermoine leave Hogwarts. Too many things cut out, too little action, too much fluff, and, at the end, I didn’t care whether or not there was a DD funeral. Definitely the weakest film yet, too many things taken out, and too many silly things put back in.
The movie was just plain AWFUL! If David Yates screws up Deathly Hollows half as badly as he screwed up Order of the Phoenix, and Half Blood Prince, then he will be the one to blame for taking the Potter series seriously downhill. It was the first time I have seen an audience actually fall asleep during a Harry Potter movie and after the ending, only two people clapped. There were a lot of very disappointed people after the movie ended. This segment of HP will disappoint all who read the novel. I mean I didn’t even feel emotional when Dumbledore was killed, I was too busy trying to figure out why Harry was acting like a stunned coward under the floor boards and not doing something, isn’t that his thingdoing seemingly impossible rescue missions? I am utterly disappointed in this installment of HP! As an avid Harry Potter fan who has read the books multiple times and of course seen the movies repeatedly, I was extremely excited to see this movie at the midnight showing. Half-Blood Prince is my favorite book and other than 7, the darkest book in the series.
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