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Old September 10th, 2012, 11:41 pm
mrfutterman  Undisclosed.gif mrfutterman is offline
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Re: Best and Worst Chemistry in the HP Series

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Originally Posted by Warlock27 View Post
This is why people need to read the books. Then they wouldn't allow the movies to mislead them.
Mislead them, how? That something in the films differs slightly from something in the novels doesn't matter to anybody except a tiny handful of fans. Nobody "needs" to read the books.

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I really don't give a flying snitch who had the better chemistry. Staying true to the source material was more important.
So why are you posting on a thread with the title: Best and Worst Chemistry in the HP Series?

Not much to add to what others have said; Dan and Bonnie were a lifeless couple.

Harry's interaction with his various father figures - Dumbledore, Sirius, Lupin - was well done.

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Originally Posted by wolfbrother View Post
This is one of the reasons I think that movies based on a series should be done after the series is completed.
This was a decision for the author. Can we please grant her the courtesy of allowing her to act in her own best interests?



Last edited by mrfutterman; September 10th, 2012 at 11:44 pm.
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