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Old July 21st, 2011, 12:38 pm
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Re: A series completed: Analysis of all eight movies in one

Which movie out of all eight of them is your favourite? Why?
This is quite hard to pick! I'd go with Half Blood Prince and Prisoner of Azkaban. I did like Deathly Hallows 2, but I need to watch it again before I can decide how much I love it.

If you could name one moment which you consider your favourite for all movies which one is it?
Tough to pick just one, again. But I loved the whole Battle of Hogwarts and Neville slaying Nagini.

Which director did the best job of portraying the Wizarding World?
Yates and Cuaron.

Would you have preferred one director for all eight movies?
Yes, I think so.

Which story arc has been fleshed out the best during the movies?
The relationship between the trio, so naturally and beautifully done. I suspect aided by the chemistry between Dan, Rupert and Emma in real life.

Which character has had the best portrayal (script wise and acting wise)?
Harry and Snape. Special mentions for McGonagall and Neville in the last movie.

Which actor or actress in their role has been a revelation to you?
Dan Radcliffe. It took me a long time to get used to him as Harry, but he's been brilliant, especially in the last movie. Evanna Lynch and Matthew Lewis need a mention too.

How important has music been to you while watching the movies?
Very. I cannot imagine the movies without Hedwig's Theme, for instance.

Who is your favourite music composer?
John Williams and Alexander Desplat.

Which soundtrack is your favourite?
Hedwig's Theme, Fireworks (Nicholas Hooper, OOTP), Lily's Theme

What is your favourite music track?
Philosopher's Stone

Which movie has the best cinematography?
PoA, DH Part 2

Are you happy with the Harry Potter movies as a completed series?
Yes, but I do think it could have been much better

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