Saturday, March 13, 2010
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Movie
Greyback was a repulsive and disgusting werewolf in the book, and I looked forward to seeing how he would be cast. All I saw was a wanted poster of him on a wall, so there was no fight scene before Dumbledore was killed, and (Bill) Charlie Weasley's face was not bitten up. And where was the love story between Lupin and Tonks, and the negative family clamor about Fleur's and (Actually it was Bill) Charlie's engagement? And get this: Harry did not witness Dumbledore's killing and there was no funeral for the most famous headmaster at Hogwarts.
If you want to see all the inconsistencies, I suggest you read the book and watch the movie. If people watch only this film and not read the book, they will have no idea of the plot within the sixth installment of this story.
Let's hope the next movie is better. I am so glad I did not waste money on this washout at the theatre.
What's that you say; you liked it? OK, tell me something good about this movie. Please.