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NF-Lee's Gildor and Frodo

'Goblet of Fire' NOT worth viewing at some Omnimax theatres

Posted on 2005.11.21 at 15:36

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Maewyn
maewyn_2 at 2005-11-22 01:33 (UTC) (Link)
That won't be a problem for me. We don't have a working IMAX theatre where I live any more.

I hope to see Goblet of Fire within the next couple of weeks (it doesn't start here until 1st December). Yes, I've finally caught up with all the books and movies!

Mechtild
mechtild at 2005-11-22 01:52 (UTC) (Link)
Even with our limited viewing, I could tell it's a really, really good film, Maewyn. And, as I whined on Pearl's LJ, they even kept Harry's bath scene in it. "Where was Crickhollow?????" I demanded to know under my breath.
Maewyn
maewyn_2 at 2005-11-22 03:24 (UTC) (Link)
I'm glad they did that! The bathroom in that scene as written seemed to be very impressive. Was that so in the movie?

It's funny how they put bath scenes in movies that don't really need them, and leave out the ones which were originally written as such!
Mechtild
mechtild at 2005-11-22 05:27 (UTC) (Link)
But the bath scene actually is very important in GoF, don't you think? Harry has to go to the prefect's bath in order to figure out his clue for test #2. They did it in a cute way in the film; all the kids in the audience were so cute, tittering like mad because Harry was naked (not in front of the camera, but under the bubbles - sorry Daniel Radcliffe swooners), esp. when Moaning Myrtle showed up.

Yes, the bath was very impressive. My daughter said, "WOW! Why can't we have a bathroom like that?"
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