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ShadesOfMe
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08 Nov 2005, 9:45 pm

anyone going to see harry Pottter? My mom has only read one book and during the summer we had to hide the 6th book because she wanted to skip the others and read it....BAD IDEA. anyway, were going to see it. my mom's all like "This one is supposed to be rough" of course. if she had read the books she would have known.



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09 Nov 2005, 12:57 am

I'm definitely seeing it. =)



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09 Nov 2005, 1:13 am

Wouldn't miss it, but I'm going to wait until the second or third week after release.
I would rather go to the movie theater when it is half empty, then when it is filled with shrieking children and their parents.



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09 Nov 2005, 8:46 am

I see Bec hasn't been around to offer her opinion yet, but of course we all know what she'll say. ;)


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09 Nov 2005, 10:15 am

YES! I'm going to see it on November 20th, Sunday. :D :D :D :D :D :D :D


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09 Nov 2005, 11:15 am

She should read all the books.



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09 Nov 2005, 11:49 am

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09 Nov 2005, 12:17 pm

In movie 1 I could swear sometimes Harry had brown eyes instead of blue.



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09 Nov 2005, 12:31 pm

ilikedragons wrote:
In movie 1 I could swear sometimes Harry had brown eyes instead of blue.


In the picture that Ben posted, his eyes look almost blue-green. Strange...


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09 Nov 2005, 1:35 pm

Why didnt the boy who plays Harry have green eyes?



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09 Nov 2005, 1:37 pm

Harry Potter = The Devil? Sarcastic_Name, you're not being serious, are you? I am honestly wondering because I have had people tell me that (and they weren't joking 8O).

ilikedragons wrote:
In movie 1 I could swear sometimes Harry had brown eyes instead of blue.


No. Daniel Radcliffe has blue eyes, but Harry's are supposed to be green. So they aren't brown, but they are the wrong colour.

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I see Bec hasn't been around to offer her opinion yet, but of course we all know what she'll say.


I am not going to see it because I hate Harry Potter.

Ha! Just kidding! :P

I am going to the midnight show on Thursday night/early Friday morning with a few people, having a big Harry Potter party with my friends Friday afternoon, and going again Friday night with a huge group of people. I get to see it twice in one day! :D :D :D



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09 Nov 2005, 4:53 pm

Bec wrote:
No. Daniel Radcliffe has blue eyes, but Harry's are supposed to be green. So they aren't brown, but they are the wrong colour.


I knew Harry Potter's eyes were green, but because I tend not to look at eyes (even in movies) I had no idea Daniel Radcliffe's eyes wern't green. :o

I wonder what effect that will have in movie seven, in the books his eye colour is mentioned so much that it must be important.



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09 Nov 2005, 5:13 pm

Bec wrote:
Harry Potter = The Devil? Sarcastic_Name, you're not being serious, are you? I am honestly wondering because I have had people tell me that (and they weren't joking 8O).


No, I don't think Harry Potter is the devil. I laugh at anyone who honestly thinks that, because I thought the first book was boring. I read no hint of Satan, just boredom. :twisted:


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09 Nov 2005, 6:50 pm

irishmic wrote:
Wouldn't miss it, but I'm going to wait until the second or third week after release.
I would rather go to the movie theater when it is half empty, then when it is filled with shrieking children and their parents.


What? Not going to the movies with a room full of noisy kids making it hard for you to hear the dialogue, then having their walking back and forth to the bathroom/concession stand disturbing your view of the movie screen? Now how can you possibly have that authentic movie-going experience without that? :lol: :lol: :lol:

Seriously, I'll probably see it this Friday night on a six-story tall giant screen at the theater downtown. Might even dress up in Harry Potter gear just like everyone else did for the last movie. Then again, I have to take into account I'll be a 30 year-old dressing like Halloween while taking a bus to the movies. :roll:


Little kid: "Momma, why is that lady dressed like a witch?"

Mother: "Quit staring! You know what I told you about people with.....problems."


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09 Nov 2005, 7:04 pm

OMG! Can't wait to see it! so trippy!



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10 Nov 2005, 8:04 am

God, I wish we could just have a HUGE Aspie Harry Potter get-together and all go see it... well, together. :D


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