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How manyAnd well... They are inviting me for a beer in... THEIR HOUSE! da fuq
Darn it, you saw the original message before I managed to edit it and remove all evidence of "not thinking clearly" :pNo, buddy! Her girlfriend is actually.... her date. HAHAHA If only this end up in a ménage. hahahahaGo!That awkward moment when the SKOUT girl invites you for a beer with her girlfriend. LOL
Should I stay? Or should I go?
It's a pity they had to water it down.That's a little harsh ;)1. Have the people on the Millennium Bridge fall into the water.
Er... that was filmed, but they removed it in the final version due to rating. Or something like that....
That's a little harsh ;)1. Have the people on the Millennium Bridge fall into the water.
Yes I agree about that. However, if there is one thing I would change in terms of visuals, it's those ugly yellow curtains at Slughorn's Christmas party and some of the crowd compositions there. :pNo. From a technical and visual point of view, it's the most mature movie of the saga. Most of it thankfully to Bruno Delbonnel's cinematography. For me, it is a delight to watch Half-Blood Prince. It's pure expression. I believe there's that magical tone to it that was missing specially from DH1 and OotP.From an artistic point of view, is there nothing you would change at all?I wouldn't change a thing. I know how many people complain about the things that were left out. But honestly? From an artistic point of view, it's the most refined movie of the whole series and works pretty much on its own.
If you stop and think, PoA is pretty similar in those terms. They have their own artistic identity and, funny enough, they are the least faithful adaptations. And you know why? Because the art of the movie totally communicates with its own narrative. Most of the complaints here are about what was left out and everytime I watch the movie I don't miss a single thing. HBP and PoA are here to prove that movies can perfectly work as adaptations and have their own identity.