The Film that changed my life

by Rebecca

Well after watching the first Harry Potter film it was so amazing i just had to see them all. I love Harry Potter (they are my favorite films.)

Since the day that I watched the Philosopher Stone I have been collecting Harry Potter accessories ever since. I have the room of requirement, the great hall and most of the action figures, and I recently bought an exact replica of Harry Potter's wand for £26.

My favorite characters are Harry, Ron and Hermione (obviously) Professor Dumbledore, Hagrid and Dobby. My favorite villains are Professor Snape and Draco Malfoy. Well I know that Snape is cruel to Harry and everything but c'mon he isn't that bad (in my opinion anyway.)

My least favorite characters are the divination teacher Sybill Trelawney and Dolores Umbridge the Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher in year five. Well first of all Proffesor Trelawney is just a complete and utter nutcase and Dolores Umbridge where will I start I mean I've heard of school rules but she just takes it a bit to far.

Finally my favorite Harry Potter film is The Deathly Hallows part 2 its the most amazing film of all time, I went to see it at the IMAX cinema so that made it even better!

I have always enjoyed reading books but J.K.Rowling just adds that little bit of magic to the books.

The Harry Potter books and films has grasped not only my attention but my Mum's, Dad's, my Aunt's and my big cousin's.

I hope my story has helped a lot of people who want to see any of the Harry Potter films or read any of the books!

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Thanks Rebecca
by: Trevor M.

Hey Rebecca,

Thanks for your wonderful post. I'm with you with Sybil Trelawney. Not because of the character but because I didn't really like Emma Thompson's performance.

Don't get me wrong, I think she's a wonderful actress but in this particular role I wasn't too impressed. I don't mind Umbridge as her performance was quite good.

I still haven't made up my mind for my favorite film but I'm leaning towards the last 2 (Deathly Hallows editions).

And you're quite right, JK Rowling's books do contain that little bit of magic, but we could expect no less from her after all :))

Kind regards,
Trevor M.

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