A -- Apollo: He is the god of music, so I kind of like his music. I know that I haven't heard it, but I can tell it is probably pretty good. And I like that even with that guy with the bones of that instrument that didn't work upside down, I love how he beat that guy.
B -- Bellerophon: Hey! Isn't that the ship in Forbidden Planet?
C -- Calydonian Boar: Brontë: It was very fierce, kind of like the fierce bear in Brave, like if you shoot three arrows at it it would still be alive. It was crazy. And a girl killed it, doesn't her name start with "M."
Miloš: Hey, she didn't kill it, she just slowed it down.
Brontë: Oh yeah. Well, I can't remember what her name is but she was pretty cool.
D -- Dionysus: He is a cool god; I like how he is the god of wine, and I like how he doesn't want to hurt the pirates who attack him, and how he not only makes wine, but grows vines of grapes to make wine.
E -- Echo: Pan was in love with her, but she was in love with a different boy, and she was cursed so that she could only repeat what others say. She was where the boy she loved was, and he sat beside the water and fell in love with himself and said, "I love you." And she said it back to him, and he turned into a flower.
F -- Fates: The ones who said they knew the future, the ones who knew when people were going to die.
G -- Gorgons: Their powers are sweet! It's cool how connected they are to statues, like life-sized garden gnomes out of people. It was awesome the way Perseus used Medusa's head to kill the monster that would kill his wife.
H -- Hephaestus: He is dirty, is dirty as in from ashes and stuff, soot. He is very, very nice. He has two robots to help him walk, which he made. He is lucky that his wife is Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and he has the three Cyclopes to help him build things in his workshop. He's a blacksith, and he made a golden necklace for Aphrodite.
I -- Io: I liked her punishment from Hera, being turned into a cow, but I don't think it is fair for just having been with Zeus. It's not like Hera punished Zeus. It's Zeus who came down to earth, not the other way around.
J -- Jason: He's the husband of Medea. I love how he gets all the fierce men to come on his boat. That was very smart when he did that, but it was unsmart when he got rid of Heracles.
K -- Kronos: He was smart in a way, by trying to make sure that he stays the main Titan. But what if one of the kids ate bad food and the kid had food poisoning, and then Kronos died from food poisoning? That would be bad.
L -- Leto: She's nice. I really like her kids -- Apollo and Artemis -- and the way she is about kids and people and stuff.
M -- Minotaur: He is a cool kind of creature. I like how he is all half-bull / half-man. It's interesting the way he was created. He's also, at times, pretty stupid. He isn't all that smart for a guy with a big head. I think it would be cool if there was a real version of that.
M -- Medea: I think she was pretty bad ass! I don't know why people gave her #@$% because she was just trying to help Jason. All the stuff she did was pretty cool, and really smart to make the daughters of that King cook him alive. Didn't the gods punish her? I don't think that is fair. What she did was awesome, I think, and at least she wasn't punished forever in the underworld like Tantalus.
N -- Nemesis: She sucks. I don't want to talk about her.
O -- Oedipus: I loved how when he was asked the riddle he got the answer the first moment he was asked like the was adding a one and one and creating a two. It was so obvious to him. Whereas other people didn't know what the first part of the answer was let alone the other two parts. It was neat that he plopped out his eyes when he found out he had killed his father because that was the punishment he'd said and he lived up to it.
P -- Prometheus: I liked how he saved other people and risked his own life just to warm up the humans by stealing fire from the hearth in the throne room. It was not such a good idea, but it was smart to keep people alive longer. I don't think he is one of those people who kills things just to stay alive, but someone who risks his life to save others. He was a cool guy.
R -- Rhea: She was smart to trick Kronus by hiding Zeus, and how she made Kronos eat a stone. That was very smart. I thought the painting of her made her look very pretty.
S -- Sisyphus: His punishment was bad. They had pretty bad punishments for crimes that weren't that bad. Yeah he betrayed Zeus, but Zeus is a pain and he overreacts a lot.
T -- Theseus: He killed the Minotaur.
U -- Uranus: The place your poop comes from.
Z -- Zeus: Miloš: One thing I like is that his weapons are big lightning bolt sticks. One thing I don't like is that he punishes people just for doing something wrong even if they're helping their friend or wife or husband.
Brontë: One thing I like is that he has more than fifty wives. One thing I don't like is what Miloš said. I think so too.
Miloš also wanted to mention how awesome it is that all the constellations come from the gods. (less)
Miloš: I thought that the time-turner was really cool.
Pa: How come?
Miloš: Because I liked how Harry and Hermione went to save Sirius and save Buckbeak, and how Ron woke up and said what happened.
Pa: How about you, Te? Did you like that part?
Brontë: Yeah, I liked it. I like how they were going back in time. And I love how Harry, at the end, didn't know it [the person who cast the Patronus] was him because he thought it was his dad and it couldn't be him and it's the wizard world, so his dad could have been a ghost there doing the spell even though he was a ghost, but it was actually Harry, but I thought that was an amazing part, and the other one that I liked was that they were going back just to save Harry's godfather, that was really awesome, and even the fact that he was being impatient with whats-his-name...?
Brontë: Yeah, Lupin. I loved that he was impatinet with Lupin, and then they went to save him even though they wanted to kill Peter Pettigrew. Two little kids saving Harry's godfather. It was awesome. I just think the whole book was amazing.
Miloš: Me too.
Pa: Wow. That's crazy. Ummm. Did you like the book better than the movie?
Brontë: Of course we liked the book. Even though we haven't heard all the books we love them because the books are the real story, and the movies are just made up, or some parts are made up from the book, and the book is really the real story.
Miloš: Next time we go to the movie theatre, if we take Prisoner of Azkaban, I going to take the book up the steps and put it in the theatre we're stiting in and then we can watch it. I mean, I know we won't be able to see all of it, but I will just imagine the parts I can't see and get it into my brain.
Pa: Wow! That would be cool. Anything else?
Miloš: No that's it, oh, but I love the book it's really cool.
Brontë: There is one more thing for me to say, though. Even though I like, like one or two maybe of the Gryffindors, I mostly like the Slytherins. I don't know why, but you look in ghosts past, and you can see Harry's dad hurting and torturing Snape, and Snape has been good to Harry, and Harry still doesn't like him, and Snape was in Slytherin, so I just like Slytherin best. Oh, but I like Ginny from Gryffindor, and I love Luna Lovegood the most.
Brontë: Everything. I loved the drawings and the maps. I liked how the maps were draw...moreBrontë: I love it. I love it all.
Pa: What did you love the most?
Brontë: Everything. I loved the drawings and the maps. I liked how the maps were drawn. The one that I really loved was the submarine. I love how they were waiting there to attack the fort, to attack the other guys and stuff. I liked it. That's pretty much it.
Pa: That's a short review, Të. You don't have anything else?
Brontë: You should go down to the other level and say, "P.S."
Miloš: I don't know what I like about it, but this is the best I can do: it's the one with the Basilisk and the one where he walks with Tom Riddle.
Pa: Do you like Tom Riddle?
Miloš: Yeah. I like how he can tell Harry Potter what happened and what happens.
Pa: But doesn't he lie to Harry?
Miloš: Well, yeah, the lies are pretty bad because he says that Aragog killed Moaning Myrtle when Moaning Myrtle died by someone else. So he let the Basilisk out and opened the thing to his Chamber and when that happened she saw yellow eyes and died right there. And once Dumbeldore tells him what happened he says, "I didn't do it to get untroubled and undetentioned and he follows Aragog to blame Hagrid for it, and Hagrid was right when he said that "Aragog wouldn't hurt anybody, no how." But Aragog was too fast, Right?
Papa: So beautiful Brontë, what did you think of the Wizard of Oz?
Brontë: Well, Pa, what I think is that I bet the flowers are pretty pretty.
Papa: Wh...morePapa: So beautiful Brontë, what did you think of the Wizard of Oz?
Brontë: Well, Pa, what I think is that I bet the flowers are pretty pretty.
Papa: What flowers?
Brontë: The ones that were poison.
Mama: The poppies?!
Brontë: Yeah, the poppies, remember?
Papa: Aaaah. Yep...I remember. Is that all?
Brontë: Uh-uh. Okay, um, I liked all the parts with Toto. I thought Toto was very cute. When they got back to Aunt Em, and what's-his-name?
Mama: Uncle Henry.
Brontë: Uncle Henry...I wanted to pet Toto and say that I won't hurt him or her. And when they went to that Kingdom, when they got there, I thought that was pretty good. I was so happy for them. And I like when there were seagulls in there.
Papa: There were seagulls?
Brontë: I am just kidding. Actually, I'm not. Where the witch was and her big birds that were flying around trying to kill them.
Papa: You mean the ravens.
Brontë: Yeah, those ravens. I thought they were seagulls. I thought that was cool.
Papa: There's a movie you'll like when you get older, Të. It's called The Birds. And these birds, big flocks of birds, they terrorize some town. It's very scary. You'll love it. What did you think of the Wizard?
Brontë: I though he was stupid.
Papa: How come?
Brontë: Because he said he was sorry, and I'm like, "C'mon, if you did that, and you've done that, and you say you're sorry you're not because that is what you did and what you do." I also like that there was a nice girl in the palace. What I didn't like was that the Witch was dead. That's all I want to say.
Brontë: I loved when...well, there's one part that I loved. I mean that I really loved. That there was a couple st...morePapa: So what did you think, Brontë?
Brontë: I loved when...well, there's one part that I loved. I mean that I really loved. That there was a couple stuff that I really loved that was cool and exciting, but I can't remember those. Well...I...loved the movie of it, except the one with Dobby. I hated that. He gives me nightmares.
Papa: But what did you think of the Philosopher's Stone?
Brontë: I liked when we in Calgary and he looked the Mirror.
Papa: You mean the Mirror of Erised.
Brontë: Yeah, I loved that one because it was cool.
Papa: Yeah, but more than that...
Brontë: Well what was mostly cool was that Harry could see his family, and I liked when there was the cool thing about...that...well, I thought it was silly that Harry Potter, Ron, couldn't see it. I thought that was a little silly. Because if you see your parents and he doesn't what's the thing of that?
Papa: So, pretty much, you thought it was cool.
Brontë: Mmmhmm. I really like when Harry says "Brilliant" or "Lovely." That was in the movie theatre, do you remember that Pa?
Papa: Yep, you know that part was in the book too?
Brontë: I like when they showed them how to make Stone Soup. I think that there is something else. I think Hok, Lok and Siew all showed them how to co...moreBrontë: I like when they showed them how to make Stone Soup. I think that there is something else. I think Hok, Lok and Siew all showed them how to cook, but showed them how care for yourselves too. They taught people how to hug and be friends.
I really like the black cat because cats say "meow" in a pretty voice.
That's not all. I want to talk about what I don't like. I don't like that those three brothers of that little girl tease the cat. While the boys were putting food into the Stone Soup they teased the cat. That wasn't nice.
What I want to say, what I really, really like was that the Stone Soup looked pretty and cute.(less)