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Re: 12 Reasons to avoid Harry Potter....hear me out
• Posted by: Airka Marzinzik
• Date: Tuesday, April 20, 2004, at 4:30 p.m.
• IP Address: px4wh.vc.shawcable.net
• In Response to: 12 Reasons to avoid Harry Potter....hear me ou... (trial lawyer)

First off, let me say, I love the both the film and the score. They perfectly capture the world that JK Rowling has created, which is what they've set out do.

Second, can't anyone just take the books for what they are? escape reading! I don't know a single person, child or otherwise, who would take these books literally. Even if someone did, they wouldn't be getting an accurate account of paganism and/or witchcraft at all. The references to magiks in these books are simple fantasy.

Lets hope this list gets back on topic, and that Williams does just as great a job with film three as he has with the previous two.




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