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Iyah’s review of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter, #7)
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Nov 27, 2010 02:09PM
I saw HP7 Part 1 yesterday, Iyah. Very nice. Your review is as nice as the movie too because of that picture!
Nov 27, 2010 06:02PM
I haven't seen the movie yet. My friends said that they still removed a lot of parts from the book. Which is not what you'd expect from a movie cut in two parts. I was thinking maybe now that they're making it in two movies, they'd have more time and remove less scenes from the book.
Nov 28, 2010 05:57PM
Aaaaaaw cute pic^^
Nov 28, 2010 06:43PM
Joyzi wrote: "Aaaaaaw cute pic^^"
i know right. I loved that pic. I just wish that Lucius was in there too.
Nov 28, 2010 06:55PM
I agree :] They killed too many people in HP7 :| But yeah, it's still one of the books ever. :P
Nov 28, 2010 07:13PM
Mark wrote: "I agree :] They killed too many people in HP7 :| But yeah, it's still one of the books ever. :P"
I really don't mind if a lot of characters where killed.
When I was reading Half Blood Prince I was already bracing myself for that. Haha.
Best book. Best series. =]
Feb 24, 2012 02:25PM
Totally agree with u
Feb 27, 2012 08:51AM
Emyloober wrote: "Totally agree with u"
Oh thank you! :)
Feb 16, 2014 03:30PM
I thought the whole point was that Harry wasn't the Killing Curse type of guy. They're called Unforgivables for a reason.
Apr 07, 2014 04:39PM
About the Killing Curses, I totally agree with you. The reason he may not of used it is because of what happened to his parents. He's a 17 year old. He's not mentally ready to kill someone yet. Sure, he may think he can do it, but I think Harry was just a little bit too afraid to use any killing curses.
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