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Re: Harry Potter Soundtrack
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• Posted by: Ivan orozco   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, April 29, 2007, at 8:56 a.m.
• IP Address: c-76-108-136-243.hsd1.fl.comcast.net
• In Response to: Harry Potter Soundtrack (Brian Williams)

> I don't know about most pepole I will say this this guy is wrong if you
> look at the forth movie don't get me wrong great hollywood movie bad movie
> on the book. when I heard that they were not going to include the House
> elves in the for movie i don't blame them. harry potter would be as long
> as the lord of the rings. What dissiponted me the most was the big Dragon
> hollywood effect scene. If You ask Me What a waste of time and money. When
> They could have Made The Quiddtch World Cup Stadium Look So much like It
> was Describied in the Book, Not A pice Of Junk.
> If you ask me the Driector did a good job over all however there is one
> scene that upsets me the most when Harry asks Ron Where they were going.
> The Ron asked his dad the Same Question while in the book they both knew
> exactly where they were going. How Ever the Most dissapointing thing about
> the movie is that the magic Left when John Williams Left. When I saw Harry
> potter four on the United Staes Premer. When I heard the harry potter
> theme music it didn't sound like anything I heard before. After I watched
> the movie I looked for who did the music and to no surprise John Williams
> Was Not In The Credits. Thus the Magic of Harry Potter Left. It was Like
> John Williams Not Doing Star Wars music For the last three Star Wars
> Films. The Star Wars Saga Would Have Been completly Diffrent. So Over all
> this guy Is Wrong
nice try brian but you need to stop being a chicken [bleep!] and accept the movie and soundtrack for what is worth the book is six hours long for god sake sure harry potter wouldve been as long as the lord of the rings films but you need to understand it never ever ever going to happen peirod so stop being a butt hole about it




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  • Harry Potter Soundtrack  (4756 views)
       Brian Williams - Thursday, September 7, 2006, at 3:49 a.m.
    •      Re: Harry Potter Soundtrack  (4347 views)    We're Here
         Ivan orozco - Sunday, April 29, 2007, at 8:56 a.m.


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