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to quote Ron "Bloody hell! that was brilliant!"
Thanke ye godds for Alfonso Cuaron! This film is far, far better than the first two. The young actors have learned how to act, the set is absolutely bootyful, the costumes are modern(hallelujah! they really add 2 it), and, to top it all, the younger actors are really growing up to look a lot more like the characters as i saw them in my head (yes, people live in my head. if you have a problem with it, speak 2 my psychiatrist :]). Daniel Radcliffe (harry)... wahey! He's beginning 2 be really good looking! As is Tom Felton(malfoy), who, incidentally, looks so much better with floppy hair... what was with the gelled back crash helmet from the last two films? Richard Harris is greatly missed, not only in himself, but as dumbledore, however, Michael Gambon steps in brilliantly, and does a lovely job, all the same (albeit without the marvellous twinkle of the eye that Harris so marvelously possessed)
Have so much more to write, but i really cant be bothered, am in a manic state of... something. But its good! not as good as the book, of course, but yay!
Love Actually (2003)
ok, am not going to put the word 'actually' into my title. damn. i just did, actually.
Well, i liked it. Really funny at parts, sad at parts ('Bye bye baby' at the funeral. sob)and they mangaed to get some good-looking people in there too! The reference to 9/11 does, however, make me cringe and feel a sudden need to hide behind a pillow, or sponaneously combust, but once its over and done with, it is a REALLY good film. Very British humour though, so i have to wonder how this film went down in America- British sense of humour, painful reference to 9/11, Hugh Grants speech, Billy Bob being the bad guy (heeheehee), and, to top it all, English people with good teeth (previously unheard of in the US.).... I loved it though. or should i say 'I loved it, actually'. No, i shouldn't. its irritating. actually. sorry! couldnt resist. actually. ARGH! sorry! sorry, actually. ach, forget it.