Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

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After shopping for groceries at Robinson’s Manila, I decided to watch Harry Potter and to tell you, I’m quite an enthusiast with the works of J.K. Rowling. The movie was spectacular. But, like what my brother said, there was too much talk. The action parts were at the near end of the story where most of the magical battles occurred. Anyway, I believe the talks were necessary in order for the mystery to be absorbed by the audience.

For me, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix rates 7 out of 10 for being such an excellent movie. I’ll be waiting for the last of the seven books, the Deathly Hallows, to be filmed and I will surely watch it.

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Mercenario Cadag

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2 thoughts on “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”

  1. 7/19/07
    The excitement of any movie… or book in this case involves the mystery of how the end of all ends will happen. Yes, there will always be deaths and mishaps at the last angle, but the great delivery of such will depend upon the creativity of all the film talents, and only the eyes of the critics will tell whether it was sent “singing mailman” style or the usual ho-hum put-it-in-the-mailbox courier.
    Thanks for the comment. 🙂

  2. TO bust all balls out [ladies excluded], the end of Harry Poter Series will be the death of Valdemort.

    Trick is that since Harry Have the dark ones power, he will take Over Lord Valdemort.

    If Harry will be good or bad, it is for you to find out.

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