I am with you - have not read one, have not seen one. No plans to change that. I also have never had a PB&J - which the vast majority of people seem to find fascnating and somehow un-American.
Why are so many proud of not reading or seeing something? If you actually read the books or even attended a movie, maybe you'd better understand the wide interest in this series of imaginary adventure stories. These books are like Alice in Wonderland and Gulliver's Travels - fun reading on many levels.
It is a shame you are missing it, it is terrific. They are well written, entertaining and keep you interested. Give it a shot if you start one and can't get into then stop.I saw the forth movie tonight. It was excellent.
It's lame.....LAME LAME LAME!!!!!
Ignorance has always been the most reliable commentator.
9:07 - I'm taking offense at your comment about ignorance. Perhaps I'm mistaken, but I believe it is directed at those of us who have chosen not to read these books or see this series of movies because they just don't interest us. I have nothing against Ms. Rowling or her stories - I for one am glad that they have encouraged reading amongst children...and adults. I choose not to watch soap operas or horror movies or read romance novels or economic studies. Just because a genre of literature or film does not interest one in the way it interests others - does not make for ignorance - just preference. Don't paint with such a broad brush.
Felt the same way about the Harry Potter stuff, B, 'til I saw the first movie....now? I can't wait to catch the newest one! FUN stuff--kinda takes you back to being a wide-eyed 10-year old. =)
special effects in this one are great! and Harry has grown into quite a nice lookin little dude
This is whats wrong with this Country! harry potter?
When we go on a trip with my pre-teens, we load up Harry Potter books, not movies, and the kids read the whole way. Each time they've re-read the book, they came away with something new. That makes me a fan. I've only seen the movies and both my kids tell me I've got to read the books to really like it-but I think the movies are fun.
Poor ole Harry...movie "only" took in over $110 million in the first weekend. I saw it - but, as usual, it's NOT nearly the book.
Snape is a total hottie.
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